TOKYO — Senior Japanese officials were meeting late on Tuesday after a video emerged purporting to show Kenji Goto, a Japanese captive of Islamic State militants, saying he had 24 hours to live unless Jordan released a would-be suicide bomber.
I got a lot of feedback this week on a blog I wrote about a new initiative by the Washington State Hospital Association and Washington State Medical Association to get people talking to their families about what kinds of care they want or don’t want when they’re dying.
WENATCHEE — The Bundle Up 1K children’s run drew hundreds of participants on Saturday as part of Downtown Wenatchee’s Bundle Up Fest. The run is a fundraiser for the Wenatchee High School’s cross country program. More than 600 people pre-registered for the 1 kilometer race.
WENATCHEE — With the last basketball game going into double overtime Friday night, some members of the Wenatchee High School Golden Apple Marching Band were ready, dressed in robes or pajamas. Fans, players and band members were there much later than usual.
SEATTLE — Two months after losing a second term as Grant County’s chief prosecutor, D. Angus Lee spent much of last week in a hearing to determine whether he violated conflict of interest rules while in office.
My name is Laurel Turner and I am the new interim executive director of the Women’s Resource Center of NCW (WRC). I am so honored to be part of this agency with its legacy of service in the Wenatchee Valley and its place in the hearts of so many in the community. Right after I joined WRC I read about the Point-In-Time National Homeless Count and learned that we have taken a leading role in the effort here in Chelan and Douglas counties, through hosting a Community Resource Fair for ...