WASHINGTON — Planned Parenthood’s reaction to the release of a clandestinely recorded conversation about the sale of fetal body parts was highly revealing. After protesting that it did nothing illegal, it apologized for the “tone” of one of its senior directors.
WASHINGTON — Current quibbling over what Jeb Bush meant when he said it’s time to phase out and replace Medicare — as opposed to “attacking the seniors,” as one woman at a recent event bellowed out — will soon seem quaint against the realities of our future.
With precious little warning, the U.S. Army is proposing to use North Central Washington for high-altitude helicopter training, with seven landing zones in remote and not-so-remote areas of the Cascades.
Wenatchee has a downtown filled with bustling shops, restaurants and a friendly atmosphere. Looking for ways to keep and grow it as an active, attractive destination and retail hub is a process that needs and deserves ongoing attention.
Just when things seemed to be on an upward trajectory in the community, along comes a proposal by Waste Management and a local developer to build a garbage handling facility near the new park developed by the Chelan County Public Utility District as well as the area that city officials see as the potential new commercial center for the town.
Each of the past four summers, The Wenatchee World newsroom has had an injection of youthful enthusiasm, curiosity and talent that has made life more interesting for us while bolstering and freshening our news reports for you.
WASHINGTON — Don’t be sure the McCain episode is the beginning of the end of Donald Trump’s bizarre presidential campaign. Don’t even be sure it’s the end of the beginning. Attacking him with censure and shame is like trying to destroy Godzilla with electricity: It might just make him stronger.
When I sat down recently with the leadership team from the United Neighbors Association of South Wenatchee, the first thing they wanted to talk about was the day Steve King, the director of community development for the city of Wenatchee, met with them, listened attentively and took notes.