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That’s no power outage! That’s a thief!

QUINCY — When Cherry Creek Radio's KWWW in Wenatchee went off the air early Monday morning, employees called the Grant County PUD, assuming there was a power outage at the station’s transmitter site on Monument Hill near Quincy.

Benefit tonight for boy with leukemia

ROCK ISLAND — Rock Island residents and Rock Island Elementary School staff and parents are sponsoring a benefit dinner tonight to help Jesse Osorio Sanchez and his family with mounting medical expenses.

How not to text a cop: ‘I got an ounce’

WENATCHEE — An East Wenatchee man is accused of arranging illicit marijuana sales after he accidentally texted the friend of a Chelan County sheriff’s deputy.

Three Fingers must go, judge orders

WENATCHEE — A judge has entered a final order for the removal of the controversial Three Fingers — three man-made spits of earth that have jutted into Lake Chelan for 50 years.

Driveby shooter peppers camper

BRIDGEPORT — An unoccupied camper trailer was peppered with bullets in a drive-by shooting in Bridgeport early today.

Coming through

Huge transformer transported to Rocky Reach Dam.

Tumbleweed snags downtown group’s top honor

WENATCHEE — A combination jewelry, fashion accessory and art shop was named the Best of Downtown by the Wenatchee Downtown Association at its annual awards dinner Thursday.

Two injured when SUVs collide

RIVERSIDE — Two people were injured Saturday when two SUVs collided on Highway 97 about nine miles north of Riverside.

PUD to target foothills trespassers in Thursday deer summit

WENATCHEE — Hikers, runners, mountain bikers and dog walkers — mostly well-intentioned — who stray into sections of the Wenatchee foothills that are closed for the winter will be the target of an educational talk on mule deer Thursday at Pybus Public Market at 6:30 p.m.