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Women in Ag workshop to focus on marketing

WENATCHEE — Women ag producers can learn about how to market their products and talk positively about “farm life” at an upcoming conference sponsored by Washington State University Extension.

Bundle Up and Run

WENATCHEE — The Bundle Up 1K children’s run drew hundreds of participants on Saturday as part of Downtown Wenatchee’s Bundle Up Fest. The run is a fundraiser for the Wenatchee High School’s cross country program. More than 600 people pre-registered for the 1 kilometer race.

Pajama jam

WENATCHEE — With the last basketball game going into double overtime Friday night, some members of the Wenatchee High School Golden Apple Marching Band were ready, dressed in robes or pajamas. Fans, players and band members were there much later than usual.

City agrees to send officer to schools

WENATCHEE — The City Council approved hiring a police officer to work in Wenatchee schools but solely under the supervision of the Wenatchee Police Department.

Pateros superintendent injured in crash

SKYKOMISH — Pateros School Superintendent Lois Davies was seriously injured in a crash Saturday afternoon after testifying last week before state lawmakers about a bill to help schools recover from natural disasters.

Colville Tribes picked for school success project

NESPELEM — The state Department of Early Learning has selected the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation for a two-year demonstration project providing home visits to improve early learning.

Apple Blossom Top Ten

The Washington State Apple Blossom Top Ten candidates are announced in a ceremony Wednesday night. Selection night for the queen and two princesses is Saturday night, February 14 at the Wenatchee High School Auditorium. Tickets go on sale Monday, January 19 at 9a.m. at the festival office or online at

Lockdown brings flurry of comments

WENATCHEE — A brief lockdown at Washington Elementary School Friday based on a miscommunication caused a flurry of comments on the Wenatchee World Facebook page, but apparently little commotion at the school itself.