A gorgeous, sunlit afternoon on Sunday was the setting for what would be a momentous occasion in the life of the congregation of Three Hierarchs Orthodox Christian Church. The small, vibrant, and growing church community in Wenatchee gathered at our newly acquired property at 1915 N. Western Ave., across from the Wenatchee Cemetery, for a blessing service.
The Wenatchee High School Golden Apple Marching Band began its 2014 competition season last weekend at Edgar Brown Stadium in Pasco. The band placed second in the AAA Large Band Division with a score strong enough to earn a spot in the finals competition that evening.
The inception of the Dryden Improvement Club began the night of Feb. 3, 1914, according to recorded minutes taken by Herbert Remely. The meeting held at the Dryden Hall organized what is known as the Dryden Improvement Club. At that time, both men and women were members.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Ancient cave drawings in Indonesia are as old as famous prehistoric art in Europe, according to a new study that shows our ancestors were drawing all over the world 40,000 years ago.
Dear Abby: About two years ago, a close female friend, “Carla,” had her first child. The biological father is from another country. When she told him she was pregnant, he refused to have anything to do with the child, so I decided to take over the role as a father.
Members of the Wenatchee Valley Pickleball Club gathered in early September for an end-of-season barbecue at Eastmont Community Park. The club was formed when the Eastmont Metropolitan Parks and Recreation painted pickleball lines on its tennis courts, at the suggestion of local resident Russell Bryan, who spends part of the year living in Arizona, where pickleball is popular. About half of the club is seen in this photo. Sally Brawley, director of Eastmont parks, said the pickleball courts stay busy. “People come from Leavenworth to Quincy. It’s amazing,” she said. ...
Dear Abby: When I was 10, I faked an injury so I could quit playing soccer. I couldn’t articulate why the coach, who was clean-cut, friendly and fair, made me uneasy. After he died a few years ago, it came out that he had molested dozens of girls.
It’s officially fall. And for many, the seasonal change has nothing to do with the weather or a date on the calendar. Fall is here because Starbucks is once again offering its signature pumpkin spice latte.
Roger and June Dorner celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary during a trip to the East Coast. The highlight of their trip was a Sept. 12 anniversary celebration atop the Empire State Building in New York.