If you find yourself downtown late on Saturday night, April 11, you may see and hear something out of the ordinary, something haunting and heavenly, on Wenatchee Avenue — dozens of people in procession, a sea of candlelight and harmonious voices rising out of the darkness.
NCW kids are looking for your summer activity to join. If your nonprofit organization, school or church offers recreation, classes or a camp for school-age kids, tell us about it. All summer activities will appear in a Neighbors section that publishes in May.
I must have stuck out like a sore thumb. Did my clothing give me away (I had been careful to avoid the iconic purple and gold of Wenatchee High School) or was it the way I was tentatively walking down the halls? Maybe I had used the wrong entrance. At any rate, I had been in Cashmere High School for less than 10 seconds before somebody stopped me and asked me where I was going. Come to find out, it was Tony Boyle, the principal of CHS.
Dear Abby: I am a 91-year-old reader with a story to tell. In 1958, I married a man every woman would have loved to have. He was one of a kind. I had two boys from a previous marriage, and this wonderful man adopted them.
Trees are an essential part of the urban environment. Think of the Greater Wenatchee area with only sagebrush, rabbit brush and native grasses. It is not as appealing, is it? Because the trees we have planted moderate the summer heat with shade, break the cold winter winds, and clean the air of dust.