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U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell, left, visited a Carlton Complex fire camp at Liberty Bell High School on Sunday. Here, he talked with Okanogan County Commissioner Ray Campbell.

U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell, left, visited a Carlton Complex fire camp at Liberty Bell High School on Sunday. Here, he talked with Okanogan County Commissioner Ray Campbell.

Undated photo of Joan Shelton Mason in ballet performance.

Undated photo of Joan Shelton Mason in ballet performance.

Joan Shelton Mason, in 2012
Longtime ballet teacher

Joan Shelton Mason, in 2012 Longtime ballet teacher

Joan Shelton Mason

Joan Shelton Mason

Oil from Miller Street is tracked into the loading dock of the Wenatchee Safeway store at Miller and Fifth streets.

Oil from Miller Street is tracked into the loading dock of the Wenatchee Safeway store at Miller and Fifth streets.

A truck sprays tar on Miller Street near Triangle Park on Aug. 26 last year, preparing the roadway for a coating of gravel. Oil has been coming up through the gravel.

A truck sprays tar on Miller Street near Triangle Park on Aug. 26 last year, preparing the roadway for a coating of gravel. Oil has been coming up through the gravel.

The oily mixture from a chip-seal project on Miller Street is starting to leak through the surface.

The oily mixture from a chip-seal project on Miller Street is starting to leak through the surface.

‘BEARCAT’ BEN: The Imperial Symphony Quintet performed in Wenatchee in 1910. In the center is Ben Fritz, with his “Bearcat” instrument, and to his right is Frank Hoffman.

‘BEARCAT’ BEN: The Imperial Symphony Quintet performed in Wenatchee in 1910. In the center is Ben Fritz, with his “Bearcat” instrument, and to his right is Frank Hoffman.

Next year’s seed crop, clockwise from the bottom: knapweed, salsify, rush skeletonweed and cheatgrass. The knapweed is a biennial; the others are annuals. Mulch would have prevented the germination of the annual weeds.

Next year’s seed crop, clockwise from the bottom: knapweed, salsify, rush skeletonweed and cheatgrass. The knapweed is a biennial; the others are annuals. Mulch would have prevented the germination of the annual weeds.

Next year’s seed crop, clockwise from the bottom: knapweed, salsify, rush skeletonweed and cheatgrass. The knapweed is a biennial; the others are annuals. Mulch would have prevented the germination of the annual weeds.

Next year’s seed crop, clockwise from the bottom: knapweed, salsify, rush skeletonweed and cheatgrass. The knapweed is a biennial; the others are annuals. Mulch would have prevented the germination of the annual weeds.