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Several tree wells are empty or contain small, sickly trees along Riverside Drive.

Several tree wells are empty or contain small, sickly trees along Riverside Drive.

A sickly tree stands along Riverside Drive, across from a row of empty tree wells where trees have died.

A sickly tree stands along Riverside Drive, across from a row of empty tree wells where trees have died.

Theresa Ogan, 1975 Apple Blossom Queen

Theresa Ogan, 1975 Apple Blossom Queen

Wenatchee firefighters extinguish a fire that damaged a fence and neighboring empty shed at the corner of Franklin and Third streets in Wenatchee Friday morning.

Wenatchee firefighters extinguish a fire that damaged a fence and neighboring empty shed at the corner of Franklin and Third streets in Wenatchee Friday morning.

Flames jump from a fence to an empty shed at the corner of Franklin and Third streets in Wenatchee Friday morning, just before firefighters arrive.

Flames jump from a fence to an empty shed at the corner of Franklin and Third streets in Wenatchee Friday morning, just before firefighters arrive.

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Above: Aiden Coldsmith, 11, retrieves his tennis ball. Below: Coldsmith takes his dad’s bicycle out of the basement.

Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun Above: Aiden Coldsmith, 11, retrieves his tennis ball. Below: Coldsmith takes his dad’s bicycle out of the basement.

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Brothers Jerall Smith, 11, from left, Sampson Harris, 8, and Jerrod Smith, 13, are pictured on their street. They walk between their East Baltimore home and MTA bus stop to get back and forth to school. Their mother doesn't want to be a "free range" parent, but her job as a nursing tech keeps her away from home several hours a day.

Algerina Perna/Baltimore Sun/TNS Brothers Jerall Smith, 11, from left, Sampson Harris, 8, and Jerrod Smith, 13, are pictured on their street. They walk between their East Baltimore home and MTA bus stop to get back and forth to school. Their mother doesn't want to be a "free range" parent, but her job as a nursing tech keeps her away from home several hours a day.

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Aiden Coldsmith, 11, takes his dad's bicycle out of the basement. A case involving a 10-year-old boy and his 6-year-old sister in Maryland has sparked a debate about the age at which children should be allowed to walk and play without parental supervision.

Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun/TNS Aiden Coldsmith, 11, takes his dad's bicycle out of the basement. A case involving a 10-year-old boy and his 6-year-old sister in Maryland has sparked a debate about the age at which children should be allowed to walk and play without parental supervision.

After the tree branch was removed, standard beekeeping frames are put into the box for the bees to occupy.

After the tree branch was removed, standard beekeeping frames are put into the box for the bees to occupy.

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Beekeeper Maria Langer lowers her first caught swarm into a nuc box for transport.

Photos provided Beekeeper Maria Langer lowers her first caught swarm into a nuc box for transport.