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Two injured in two-vehicle collision

RIVERSIDE — Two people were injured Thursday night when a pickup and a car collided, causing the pickup to burst into flames.

Wading pool

A great blue heron wades in a pond near the intersection of Mill Road and Sunset Highway in Cashmere on Tuesday morning.

Wilf Woods | Classical music weekend

It’s a classical music weekend, with Saturday’s Wenatchee Valley Symphony orchesta concert, and a trio on Sunday afternoon at The Grove on the WVC campus.

Dope magazine features former NFL player

WENATCHEE — Monkey Grass Farm got its moment in the sun this month — odd, considering they’re a marijuana operation that does its growing strictly indoors.

Rah-rah in the rain

In a steady rainfall that lasted the entire football game, Allie Barker, 17, puts on a happy face as a cheerleader for the Entiat Tigers during Thursday night’s football game against Pateros. She had a lot to cheer about as Entiat clinched a playoff spot. For more on the game see today’s Page B1 and a photo gallery at

Backed down by handgun, ex-boyfriend enters plea

WENATCHEE — A Wenatchee man who entered a former girlfriend’s home unlawfully, and was repelled by her pistol-wielding current boyfriend, was sentenced Wednesday to 21 days on work release.

Three NCW schools win educational award

WENATCHEE — Three North Central Washington schools have received 2014 School of Distinction Awards from the state’s Center for Educational Effectiveness.

Phone scam seeks back taxes

WENATCHEE — A Wenatchee woman is warning the public about a phone scam that she experienced on Wednesday from someone posing as a federal Treasury official.

State association of fire chiefs backs DNR

OLYMPIA — A state association of fire chiefs is publicly supporting the state Department of Natural Resources and how it handled the Carlton Complex Fires.

Reduced plea in gunshots fired over slain dog

WENATCHEE — A Wenatchee woman charged with assault after discharging a firearm when she learned her family dog had been tortured to death entered a greatly reduced plea Wednesday, drawing a sentence of 25 days on electronic home monitoring.