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Flash Flood Watch issued August 20 at 3:51PM PDT until August 22 at 9:00PM PDT by NWS

...STORMS ON FRIDAY MAY PRODUCE FLASH FLOODING OR MUD SLIDES OVER NORTH CASCADE BURN SCARS... .SLOW MOVING SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED ON FRIDAY OVER THE NORTH WASHINGTON CASCADES. LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN WILL BE A POSSIBILITY IN AREAS RECENTLY BURNED BY WILDFIRES...INCLUDING THE CARLTON, CHIWAUKUM, LITTLE BRIDGE CREEK, DUNCAN, MILLS CREEK,

Overnight

Lo61° Mostly Clear

Thursday

Hi81° Sunny

Thursday Night

Lo61° Slight Chc Thunderstorms

Friday

Hi80° Heavy Rain

Friday Night

Lo59° Chance Thunderstorms

Saturday

Hi83° Sunny

Saturday Night

Lo58° Mostly Clear

Sunday

Hi84° Mostly Sunny

Sunday Night

Lo64° Partly Cloudy

Monday

Hi86° Sunny

Education of the future

The classrooms of tomorrow won’t need books, pencils or paper. Everything students need will be at their fingertips.

Wenatchee soccer team loses to Moses Lake

MOSES LAKE — The Wenatchee boys soccer team had a number of quality looks on goal, but struggled to convert the chances to points for the second time this week. This time, it cost them a 4-1 loss on the road Thursday against Moses Lake. Wenatchee also lost 3-1 at home against Eastmont on Monday.

New principals at Wenatchee, Eastmont high schools

WENATCHEE — Two Wenatchee Valley high schools will start the coming school year with new principals. Bob Celebrezze has been picked as Wenatchee High School’s new principal. Lance Noell will be Eastmont High School’s new principal.
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Equestrian meet has something for everyone

Michaela Lantzy and Jenna Gould dressed appropriately for the occasion. Sparkling Kelly green top hats perched at precarious angles atop their riding helmets over green cellophane wigs.

Prep golfers open season at Pasco

PASCO — The Wenatchee and Eastmont boys golf teams were greeted with favorable weather conditions in their season-opener Monday at the Pasco Invite. Wildcats coach Pat Welch, who said it was the nicest opening-day conditions he could remember, was pleased with the way his team’s performance at the 15-team tournament.

Guests evacuated for safety during standoff

WENATCHEE — A 34-year-old Wenatchee man was arrested without incident after a half-hour standoff on Friday night after several guests were evacuated at a downtown motel. Authorities believed Matthew L. Ford may have been armed, but police have not yet found a gun, said Wenatchee Police Cpl. Guy Miner.

Chelan Falls power outage to be fixed by 11 a.m.

CHELAN FALLS — A downed power line on Chestnut Street has knocked out power to about 180 Chelan County PUD customers. Crews expect to restore power by 11 a.m., utility official say.
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Valley’s sportsmen show reels in sportsmen

Live bears, new boats, rows of dead animal heads and a trout fishing pond proved to be popular draws at the first Wenatchee Valley Sportsmen Show, continuing from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Town Toyota Center.
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Reading begins beneath the apple tree

“I like to peek inside a book where all the picture people look. I like to peek at them and see if they are peeking back at me,” librarian Leslie Marshall recited to a rapt group of preschoolers sitting in the new Camille Wade Children’s Library.
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5 locals win state wrestling titles

TACOMA — A misstep drove Asa Schwartz all season long and repentance propelled him onto the first-place podium Saturday at the Tacoma Dome. Schwartz (220 pounds) clinched his first state title as a junior and helped Chelan to a fifth place team finish in a 6-4 overtime win by scoring a takedown.
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Wildcats are the Big Nine’s survivor

EAST WENATCHEE — In what could be considered the biggest game in the history of the Bridge of Sportsmanship basketball rivalry, the Eastmont Wildcats and Wenatchee Panthers played a wild and woolly classic in front of a deafening crowd. The Eastmont players will look back on the night fondly. The Panthers might not, though they took the Wildcats to their limit.

State wrestling: EHS’s Wickham, Hardgrove take 3rd

TACOMA — Hugh Chang lifted his stepson and protégé, Fabian Wickham, off the dirty concrete floor of the Tacoma Dome and carried the brawler for a brief period after the last match. Three third-place finishes in three years is nothing to sneeze at, and Fabian Wickham (106) was collected but appreciative of everything that’s come to him during his long tenure as the best lightweight grappler Eastmont had to offer.

Seasons end for Panthers, Wildcats

The road was not kind to the Wenatchee Panthers and Eastmont Wildcats on Thursday night. Both girls basketball teams came up short in loser-out Big Nine district play against higher-seeded teams — the Panthers fell 59-28 to the league champion Moses Lake Chiefs, while third-seeded Eastmont lost 46-33 to a second-seeded Davis team it had beaten just six days prior.

Wenatchee, Eastmont each advance 5 to Mat Classic

SPOKANE — The Wenatchee Valley will be all over the Tacoma Dome next weekend. Ten local wrestlers advanced past Saturday’s regional tournament at Central Valley High School and will be in the 4A bracket of next weekend’s Mat Classic state tournament in Tacoma.
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Wenatchee boys beat Davis, jump into 2nd

WENATCHEE — Wenatchee’s shown a knack for overcoming early deficits the last few weeks. For the second week in a row, it got off to a sluggish start — this time, against the Davis Pirates — but cleaned up its mistakes, locked down on the defensive front and poured on the points for a 57-43 win.

Panthers induct 4 alums into Hall of Fame

WENATCHEE — Four former Wenatchee athletes and one announcer were inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame Saturday at halftime of the Wenatchee-Davis boys basketball game. Andrew Gohl, class of 2003, was a three-sport standout as a Panther. The quarterback finished his football career with four school records — passing yards in a season (1,402 in 2002), career passing yards (2,698), single game passing yards and single game completions. He was a second-team All-Big Nine selection as a quarterback and punter and also competed in track and basketball.