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5 Things | Pangborn Memorial Airport

I’m Trent Moyers and as airport director of Pangborn Memorial Airport, I’m lucky enough to have a backstage pass to a dynamic show. In other words, there’s never a dull moment at the airport! The airport operates like a small city with a variety of agencies that work together to make your experience here as safe and efficient as possible.

Ban on large woody debris expected for Lake Chelan

WENATCHEE — Chelan County commissioners appear close to taking a local boater’s advice and banning large woody debris — often, entire dead fruit trees — placed in Lake Chelan to mitigate for dock construction.

Community TV appeals for repair funds

WENATCHEE — The Super Bowl will go on as expected for viewers of Lonnie England’s Wenatchee Valley Community TV, but the repair to ensure uninterrupted viewing has tapped the small company’s repair fund.

Free tax help available at six NCW sites

WENATCHEE — Tax time’s approaching fast, so be thankful there’s a free program to help ease the pain of filling out those pesky forms.

More art needed at Eastmont

EAST WENATCHEE — The Eastmont School Board will chew on a 129-page report given it Monday night on the state of fine arts in Eastmont’s schools.

Streaks of white

Low clouds hung in the Valley Monday while fog is predicted through Thursday. Things will brighten up with some sun breaks on Friday and Saturday.

Tree downing

Fifteen diseased trees are being removed from the south end of the Wenatchee Cemetery.

Parallel end-of-life care program happening in Wenatchee

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.