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For information on highway work or mountain passes, go to wsdot.gov or call 511. For information on city work, call 888-6200.

News of record

News of record reports for Douglas and Chelan counties

Passion of Christ draws hundreds

WENATCHEE — Manuel Valencia, stripped down and streaked in fake blood, remained a stoic and solemn Jesus as soldiers “nailed” him to the cross and lifted him into place.

Paving project open house is Wednesday

OMAK — A $3.7 million paving project that will improve driving lanes and pedestrian walkways on Highway 215 from Omak to Okanogan begins Monday, and is expected to continue until Labor Day.

Search warrant served at massage business

WENATCHEE — Authorities Wednesday served a search warrant on a massage business operating without a license from the state Department of Health.

Harts Pass trailer restrictions change

MAZAMA — Snowmobilers looking for late-season snow on Harts Pass near Mazama will see a change this spring in restrictions for the trailers they use to haul them.
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Old news: 1925 parade float

A FLOAT THAT COULD: The Wenatchee Business College float sails along in the Apple Blossom Festival parade in 1925. Ethel May Myers was at the helm of the float.
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Next question — Jennifer Higgins

The Wenatchee Valley Business World’s “30 Under 35” honors young community leaders. We tap the thoughts of the 2013 honorees in this Sunday interview series.

Orondo boat launch reopens amid higher flows

WENATCHEE — The boat launch at the foot of Orondo Avenue is open again as spring runoff has increased Columbia River flows, the Chelan County PUD announced Friday in a news release.
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7.2 quake shakes Mexico City

A powerful magnitude-7.2 earthquake shook central and southern Mexico today, sending panicked people into the streets, where broken windows and debris fell, but there were no early reports of major damage or casualties.

Volunteers provide help like no other at mudslide

Just before dark on the drizzling day, the long line of trucks came back. Windshield wipers clicking, headlights beaming, there were firetrucks, aid cars, flatbed trucks with bulldozers and dump trucks. Dozens of them moved slowly along Highway 530 from the mudslide to the Oso Fire Department.

News of record

News of record reports for Chelan and Douglas counties