Wenatchee and Eastmont swimmers compete in East Wenatchee. Wenatchee wins the meet, 111 - 75. Judges watch Wenatchee's Marco Thody make a dive. Thody ended up in fourth place.
Coaxing smiles from her baby for a Santa photograph at the at Wenatchee Valley Mall on Monday is Nicole Wilson - Storey, left, and helping are Santa's helpers Juana Chavolla and Lacey Ford with camera. Santa comes to the mall through the Noerr Programs Corporation in Colorado who along with Santas, also supply other areas across the country with Easter bunnies. They specialize in Santa's with real beards. Santa is available during most hours the mall is open through Christmas Eve. Free visits to Santa are free and encouraged says helper Lacey Ford.
Celebrating their victory over Napavine Friday in the 2B state football championship game, from left, Jalen Moses, Tyler Morris, and Austin Eastridge hug the trophy after their game in Tacoma. For more coverage of Okanogan's state title, see today B1 sports page and a photo gallery on our website at www.wenatcheeworld.com.
Blurred in a long exposure, students of Pioneer Middle School are treated to a Turkey Trot in the school gymnasium Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014, during their last period of the day. The 720 children gathered 2,300 food items win the privilege of walking around the gym. The food will be saved and given to about a dozen needing families who have children in the school around the Christmas break. According to Dan Wilson, Vice Principal at the school, they have to figure out a place to move it to as it is stored now in the staff conference room. "That's what we have to decide next. It's a good problem to have," he said.
As Chelan County firefighters cut and pry open the top of a car to extricate an accident victim, the victim's parents hug alongside Pitcher Canyon Road Wednesday morning, Nov. 19, 2014. The girl was transported to Central Washington Hospital. According to deputies on the scene, the girl was driving down the canyon road when she lost control and flipped in the one-car accident. The girl's mother was given a deputy's coat to wear at the scene.
As LaSalle High School celebrates their state playoff victory in the background, Cascade's Skylar Martinez is noticeably distraught as her girls soccer team loses in overtime in Leavenworth Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014.
After waiting over six hours, Carol Eldred, Wenatchee, greets the Amtrak train at 1:30p.m. on Monday, Nov. 10, 2014. She was seeing her sister, Joan Schuler, off to her home in Lynnwood. The passenger train has only been on time in their scheduled route 10-percent of the days.
The Wenatchee High School girls volleyball team has stars in their eyes after beating Eastmont in straight sets Tuesday night, Nov. 4, 2014, in a loser-out playoff game. The girls on the bench put on the glasses as the game ended to surprise their coach.
The Cascade High School volleyball team erupts around coach Marni McMahon as they win their second set of Thursday night's game against Chelan in Leavenworth, Oct. 23, 2014. They went on to also win the match, the second time against Chelan this year. From left are Brooke McDevitt, Analia Vasquez, Katie Schiefelbein, Makena Ala'ilima-Daley, Becca Munoz, and Jana Witkowski.
Emily Richmond, 11, East Wenatchee, shoots arrows at targets at the Apple Days festival Saturday, Oct. 4, 2014. She says her grandmother gave her the outfit she is wearing.