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Who’s your caddy? (A 40-year journey)

I might be from North Dakota, but even I know that after 39 anniversaries, the ones that end in a zero are the biggies. So here is how the conversation started:

AdventureWenatchee adds Korfiatis to their team

WENATCHEE — AdventureWenatchee has added Jennifer Korfiatis as a partner to its organization. She will act as an owner and vice president for business development, the company announced Wednesday.
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How to go for a run without getting hurt

Running may be the most natural form of human exercise. It’s fast and easy and, around here, you can visit trails where it’s more fun and inspirational.
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CTL/CWB football: Cascade edges Chelan

PESHASTIN — The Caribou Trail League-leading Cascade football team narrowly escaped an upset-minded Chelan team Friday, and now controls its own destiny going into this week's Pear Bowl against Cashmere.
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Wenatchee football drubs Eisenhower

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee football team hosted an overmatched Eisenhower squad on Friday, and playing in wet conditions, WHS absolutely dominated in all phases of the game.
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McCormick leads Cashmere girls soccer team

A painted white line on a field of green. Outside it, Tessa McCormick is the center of attention: full of smiles, jokes and laughter. Once the Cashmere girls soccer player crosses that white line, however, she transforms into the emotional leader of a powerhouse program.

Plan a fall Okanogan County visit

WINTHROP — Hunters, woodcutters and other forest recreationists recognize the changing colors and cool crisp mornings as signaling the arrival of fall, a popular time to visit your national forest lands.