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Quincy Valley Post-Register photo/Tammara Green
The newest exhibit at the Reiman-Simmons House in Quincy features pioneer fashion, including wedding dresses. It will be on display at the Quincy Valley Historical Society and Museum through mid-September.

Quincy Valley Post-Register photo/Tammara Green The newest exhibit at the Reiman-Simmons House in Quincy features pioneer fashion, including wedding dresses. It will be on display at the Quincy Valley Historical Society and Museum through mid-September.

Klaireece Fitch, M.D.

Klaireece Fitch, M.D.

A Chelan County Sheriff's Office boat approaches the area below the Highway 28 bypass where rescuers helped a woman injured in a 1:30 p.m. Thursday crash. The 31-year-old East Wenatchee woman was headed the wrong way on the eastbound bypass and went over a 30- to 40-foot embankment. "It was a gnarly crash," said Officer James Marshall of the East Wenatchee Police Department. "I'm surprised it was not a fatality." The woman, walked or crawled about 120 feet on a rugged slope to the Columbia River bank. she suffered non-life-threatening injuries and was taken to Central Washington Hospital.

A Chelan County Sheriff's Office boat approaches the area below the Highway 28 bypass where rescuers helped a woman injured in a 1:30 p.m. Thursday crash. The 31-year-old East Wenatchee woman was headed the wrong way on the eastbound bypass and went over a 30- to 40-foot embankment. "It was a gnarly crash," said Officer James Marshall of the East Wenatchee Police Department. "I'm surprised it was not a fatality." The woman, walked or crawled about 120 feet on a rugged slope to the Columbia River bank. she suffered non-life-threatening injuries and was taken to Central Washington Hospital.

Ian Fair

Ian Fair

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Logan Busch, a fourth grader at St. Joseph Catholic School, earned first place in the Impact Elementary Art Contest for one of his paintings.

Logan Busch, a fourth grader at St. Joseph Catholic School, earned first place in the Impact Elementary Art Contest for one of his paintings.

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This painting by Logan Busch is featured in the new Impact Wenatchee phone book being delivered this week. Other artwork by area students is also included.

Image provided This painting by Logan Busch is featured in the new Impact Wenatchee phone book being delivered this week. Other artwork by area students is also included.

Wenatchee High School juniors Storrie Skalisky and Ethan Toth with Wenatchee Councilwoman Karen Rutherford in Washington, D.C, earlier this month at the Maker’s Faire Roundtable.

Wenatchee High School juniors Storrie Skalisky and Ethan Toth with Wenatchee Councilwoman Karen Rutherford in Washington, D.C, earlier this month at the Maker’s Faire Roundtable.

Wenatchee Councilwoman Ruth Esparza

Wenatchee Councilwoman Ruth Esparza