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The electronic reader board on SR 28 just north of the intersection with Grant Road in East Wenatchee cycles between the sayings "USE OF FIREWORKS PROHIBITED" and "CHELAN AND DOUGLAS COUNTIES" reminding people of the fireworks ban in the two counties.

The electronic reader board on SR 28 just north of the intersection with Grant Road in East Wenatchee cycles between the sayings "USE OF FIREWORKS PROHIBITED" and "CHELAN AND DOUGLAS COUNTIES" reminding people of the fireworks ban in the two counties.

Above: Klamath Falls Harrison Ramey reaches in to tag Wenatchee’s Sheldon Liikala as he fails to steal second base in the fifth inning. Wenatchee won 8-2 on Friday. Below left: AppleSox third baseman Keston Hiura runs the bases, safely reaching third base after a triple in the sixth inning.

Above: Klamath Falls Harrison Ramey reaches in to tag Wenatchee’s Sheldon Liikala as he fails to steal second base in the fifth inning. Wenatchee won 8-2 on Friday. Below left: AppleSox third baseman Keston Hiura runs the bases, safely reaching third base after a triple in the sixth inning.

David Santos Sotello

David Santos Sotello

Jethro, a 3-year-old bloodhound owned by Michele Hughes, is recovering from burns he suffered in the Sleepy Hollow Fire on Sunday night.

Jethro, a 3-year-old bloodhound owned by Michele Hughes, is recovering from burns he suffered in the Sleepy Hollow Fire on Sunday night.

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A new study suggests that adult diseases can strike children because of poor diet and obesity.

Photo courtesy Fotolia A new study suggests that adult diseases can strike children because of poor diet and obesity.

Michelle Naranjo photo

Michelle Naranjo photo

Quincy Valley Post-Register photo/Tammara Green
Louie and Cindi Trent have taught their daughter, Riley, about giving, and the 6-year-old is applying those lessons. The most recent example is her donation of stuffed animals to the local fire district, which will share them with kids involved in emergency situations.

Quincy Valley Post-Register photo/Tammara Green Louie and Cindi Trent have taught their daughter, Riley, about giving, and the 6-year-old is applying those lessons. The most recent example is her donation of stuffed animals to the local fire district, which will share them with kids involved in emergency situations.

PROJECT REVIEW: The panorama of North Central Washington land and water resources is the focus for members of the Wenatchee Chamber of Commerce in June of 1965 as they tour the Columbia and Okanogan valleys. The first stop is Wells Dam, where the group looks over the edge of a temporary cofferdam structure as construction progresses.

PROJECT REVIEW: The panorama of North Central Washington land and water resources is the focus for members of the Wenatchee Chamber of Commerce in June of 1965 as they tour the Columbia and Okanogan valleys. The first stop is Wells Dam, where the group looks over the edge of a temporary cofferdam structure as construction progresses.