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Landing pikeminnows and prizes

WENATCHEE — Anglers landed pikeminnows and prizes during the 23rd annual Pikeminnow Derby last weekend.

Humane Society schedules open house

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Valley Humane Society will hold an open house Saturday to celebrate its new shelter building.

Common Ground | Injured student’s mom remembers Elson Floyd

On Dec. 7, 2009, Washington State University freshman Neil Waldbjorn was run over by a mentally disturbed motorist while walking on a sidewalk to a final exam. The Malaga native was left gravely injured and clinging to life.

Attorneys line up for judicial seat

EPHRATA — Eight candidates have put their names in to replace a retiring Grant County Superior Court judge, including an attorney who’s currently suing Grant County.

Bugging Out

The Community Garden on Saturday hosted a "3rd Saturday in the Garden" event of the summer with a theme of "Insects, Bugs, Spiders... Oh My!"

WHS adds associate principal position

WENATCHEE — Ricardo Iniquez has been named Wenatchee High School Associate Principal. The new position will assist new Wenatchee High School Principal Eric Anderson in state-required achievement initiatives.

Neighborly intention ends in small grass fire

WENATCHEE — A property owner's good intention this morning to clear sage brush that was blocking motorists' view around his Red Apple Road property shows how easy it can be to unintentionally start a fire.
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Barbecue fire damages two Wenatchee homes

A barbecue being used on a deck is suspecting of causing a fire that extensively burned two homes in the 900 block of Methow Street on Saturday afternoon.
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Sleepy driver takes out pole

A drowsy driver wiped out a garbage can, street light and pedestrian crossing signal early Saturday morning.