KIEV — An artillery shell or mortar struck a public transport stop in the rebel-controlled city of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine today, killing at least eight civilians in an incident both sides blamed on the other.
WENATCHEE — Chelan County PUD Commissioner Carnan Bergren joked during Monday’s commission meeting that he and his wife, June, have their own system for gauging PUD customers’ high regard for the “owners guide” and utility feedback questionnaire they received in the mail earlier this month.
LAKE WENATCHEE — Tim McElravy is amazed at how far and wide this story has gone. USA Today, Yahoo Sports, , Fox Sports, CBS Sports and dozens of newspapers, radio and television stations have carried it. It’s been all over the Internet and social media.
EAST WENATCHEE — Kristen Kennedy wants to extend the holiday giving spirit year round. Kennedy, owner of the Upper Eastside Coffee Co. at 1610 Grant Road, has dedicated a room in her coffee, sandwich and dessert shop she calls The Giving Room.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — President Barack Obama called on Americans to “turn the page” in a State of the Union address Tuesday night that laid out a sprawling, post-recession domestic agenda aimed at leveling the economic playing field — and revitalizing his presidency in its final two years.
WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee School District and the family of the student charged with committing sexual assaults on a school-chartered bus trip have settled an unrelated lawsuit stemming from a prior bullying incident.
Ouch! Eastmont High School’s Chase Peterson connects with the board after performing a reverse dive at his home pool. He suffered minor abrasions, but returned to the competition and placed second overall. See today’s sports page for more on the swimming and diving competition.