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Mountain bikers enjoy a trail on the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest near Entiat in 2010.
Jake Adamson, a salesman for over five years at Town Toyota, removes snow and ice from new cars on the car dealership's lot early Wednesday morning after an ice storm the night before. He says employees head out to the lot to clear the over 300 cars and the pavement after any snow storm. They start the process by running all the cars to warm them up, making it easier to remove the snow and ice.
Marijuana buds develop at Monkey Grass Farms north of Wenatchee.
Jerry Paine, broker, Windermere Wenatchee. Photo provided.
MUSEUM EVENT: A patriotic theme for the bicentennial is used for the annual meeting of the North Central Washington Museum on Feb. 4, 1976. Making final arrangements are from left, Gladys Just, Helen Horan and Mary Ellen Miller.
One of the T-Rex rat traps used by Harvest Valley Pest Control. Employees of Harvest Valley Pest Control remove insulation from a home in Wenatchee where rats were found. According to David Kaylor, the owner of the pest control company, insulation is perfect nesting material for rats, and the feces and urine produced can attract other rats. Once the insulation is removed the area is fogged with a chemical to kill the smell.