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Send us your bazaar info

The holidays are approaching and so are the bazaars that offer handmade crafts, clothing and baked goods.
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Wenatchee moving toward fireworks ban

WENATCHEE — Mayor Frank Kuntz says Wenatchee is moving forward with a ban on the possession and setting off of personal fireworks around the Fourth of July, even if other governments disagree.

Bicyclist injured in accident

EAST WENATCHEE — A 70-year-old East Wenatchee man was injured in a bicycle accident about 11:15 a.m. Sunday.
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Creative diving

LAKE CHELAN — There’s a trick to carving a pumpkin under water.

One in custody after Burger King robbery

EPHRATA — After a short foot pursuit and car chase, a 31-year-old Soap Lake man was arrested on suspicion of robbing the Ephrata Burger King on Sunday.

Teen injured in early morning accident

WENATCHEE — A 16-year-old Wenatchee boy was injured early this morning in a one-car accident on Highway 2/97 about three miles west of Wenatchee.
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Photo gallery: Art Lover’s Sunday

Pybus Public Market held their 3rd "Art Lover's Sunday," event on Sunday where many local artists gathered with displays and worked on their art for the day. According to JoAnn Walker of the Market, they plan on having two of these events a year with the next one planned for sometime next February. For more information on Pybus events see their website at pybuspublicmarket.org.
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Make-A-Wish goes Wild

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Wild hosted a big Make-A-Wish bash Friday for two organ transplant recipients who will each travel this week to their dream destinations.

New state veterinarian chosen

OLYMPIA — The state Department of Agriculture has chosen a veterinarian with almost 40 years experience in animal medicine as the new state veterinarian.