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Driver rear-ends stopped traffic on Highway 2

CASHMERE -- A Wenatchee driver was cited Saturday after causing a three-vehicle pileup at a red light for the Cottage Avenue intersection on Highway 2, resulting in multiple injuries.

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News of record reports for Chelan and Douglas counties

Local sheriff’s offices turn back to K9s

NCW – As it turns out, man’s best friend is also a policeman’s best ally when it comes to chasing down suspects, looking for lost victims or sniffing out drugs.

Rail relocation project expands to $32 million

WENATCHEE — What started out as an idea to move railway offices out of Wenatchee so that trains no longer blocked busy street crossings for long stretches of time has expanded to include new track, a frontage road — and a $32 million price tag.

Newhouse proposes delisting wolves

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Rep. Dan Newhouse introduced legislation in the U.S. Congress on Thursday to remove the gray wolf from the endangered species list.

Forest Service weighs new Forest Plan process

WENATCHEE – More than a decade after its first attempt to revise a document that guides activities on the forest, the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest may turn to a new process instead of finishing the old one.

Open house for veterans’ counselor

WENATCHEE — An open house will be held to celebrate J. Wayne Ball's retirement and service to military veterans and their families. The open house is set for 1 to 4 p.m. Tuesday at Central Washington Veterans Counseling, 610 N. Mission St., Suite 202.

Heritage University to offer four-year degrees at WVC

WENATCHEE — Heritage University will partner with Wenatchee Valley College to offer four-year degrees in business administration, criminal justice and early childhood studies on the WVC campus.

Once a Queen | Theresa Adams Ogan, 1975

Today: Theresa Ogan, 58, has been teaching music at John Newbery Elementary School in Wenatchee since it opened in 1993. She also taught for a few years at Mission View Elementary, and has taught piano lessons to students at a studio in her home. She is a member of the Wenatchee Chapter’s Washington State Music Teachers Association, and achieved her permanent national certification. In her free time, she likes to read and study new strategies for teaching. She also likes golfing, hiking and making jewelry using beads, silver and natural ...

$1 million verdict against Executive Flight

WATERVILLE — A jury on Thursday found East Wenatchee charter plane service Executive Flight liable for $1 million in damages over a passenger's on-board injury.

Firefighters quickly put out fence fire

Flames jump from a fence to an empty shed at the corner of Franklin and Third streets in Wenatchee Friday morning, just before firefighters arrived.