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ArtReach at the PAC

Wenatchee School District students attending ArtReach at the Numerica Performing Arts Center on Feb. 8, jump on bubble wrap on stage as members of Artrageous theater troupe sing and dance around them. The event was the educational outreach component of Artrageous, which was presented to the public later in the evening and included singing, dancing and performers painting.

A tale of a boy and a girl, a bicycle and lasting love

On Sept. 5, 1924, Stan Stallings was born to Louis and Mary Stallings of Sunnyslope, the first of the couple's three boys. Their home was one of the original residences built on what came to be known as Easy Street. On Valentine’s Day 1926, Wanda Hink was born to Richard and Ruby Hink, the youngest of the couple's five children. Richard Hink worked in the fruit industry and the family home was on Wenatchee's Peters Street.

Hospitals get help in disaster preparedness

NCW — Hospitals across North Central Washington will be getting site-specific blueprints on how to handle an overload of patients, courtesy of the state Department of Health.

Common Ground | We can help cancer volunteer Wendy Skalisky

The 20th annual Janice Franz Talent Show at Wenatchee High this week is going to benefit a very special person in our valley — longtime cancer volunteer and community organizer Wendy Skalisky, who is getting treatment for breast cancer.

Rail jam draws a crowd

Josh West of Wenatchee jumps while participating in the third annual Rails and Ales rail jam on Friday night, Feb. 10. The event on Orondo Ave. between Wenatchee Ave. and Pybus Public Market featured skiing, snowboarding, music and local beer.

Art of Community | Young Life builds community one teen at a time

Kyle Eberth, the co-area director for North Central Washington Young Life, brings a boundless and infectious sense of passion, energy, enthusiasm and acceptance to his work helping connect kids in our region with positive and supportive adult and teen mentors.