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Ferguson protests move to retail stores

MANCHESTER, Mo. — Dozens of people interrupted holiday shopping at major retailers around the St. Louis area late Thursday and early today to speak out about a grand jury’s decision not to indict the officer who shot and killed Michael Brown.

Two teens arrested after tip jar stolen

WENATCHEE — Two 13-year-old Wenatchee boys were arrested Wednesday night after baristas reported the theft of a tip jar at the Aut-To Mocha located west of the intersection of Fifth Street and Chelan Avenue.
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Local immigration-reform advocates call for permanent fix

WENATCHEE — President Obama’s executive order granting temporary deportation relief and work authorization for qualifying undocumented foreigners is not the permanent immigration reform the country needs, local reform advocates said this week.

Echo Ridge free this weekend

CHELAN — Chelan’s Echo Ridge Nordic Ski Area opened this week, and will not be charging fees this weekend due to variable ski conditions.
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Helping wild cats

WENATCHEE — As part of an ongoing trap, neuter and release program, the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society rounded up and treated 27 feral cats earlier this month.

Douglas County shoreline committee seeks to ease rules

WATERVILLE — Some property owners on the Columbia River in Douglas County would be allowed to build as close as 50 feet from the shore instead of adhering to the required 150-foot setback if recommendations by a committee are adopted.
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Fate of mule deer still uncertain

METHOW — State officials are still waiting to see what mule deer displaced by the Carlton Complex Fires will do before taking action to prevent large numbers of them from starving this winter.