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Nature talk

Chelan-Douglas Land Trust educator Hillary Schwirtlich talks with kids about what they experienced while quietly nature journaling on Saddle Rock during the Spring Break Hiking & Nature camp on Tuesday. The four-day camp was hosted by the Wenatchee Parks and Recreation Department in conjunction with the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust. (World photo/Mike Bonnicksen)

College to honor Ward

The Wenatchee Valley College Alumni Association announced that its 2016 WVC Distinguished Alumni Award will be presented to Dillis “Dick” Burgess Ward III, a 1948 WVC graduate.

Making the grades

We honor North Central Washington’s top students by compiling honor rolls from area schools.

The crane attraction

Wenatchee photographer Frank Cone traveled to the Othello area last weekend and captured this image of a sandhill crane flock in flight. (Provided photo/Frank Cone)

The Apple Leaf | Is your bad driving the reason for Edan’s rage?

Ninety-nine percent of the time that I spend contemplating murder is when I’m behind the wheel of my car. The other 1 percent is when my favorite TV series decides to pull a mid-season finale and make me wait three months before I get to see the next episode (I’m looking at you, Shonda Rhimes).

Exhibit chronicles hard life for blacks at WWII Hanford

Lula Mae Little left her close-knit community of black friends and family in East St. Louis during World War II, one of tens of thousands of people who came to work on a secret military project in the Eastern Washington desert.