David Randall Priest: Conviction overturned
Many plants curl their leaves to lessen cold exposure. This rhododendron is an example of it, during a 10 degree morning in December 2013.
It looks like a backhoe is putting up a pretty solid defense on Michael Nordt's jumpshot, but the machine is actually digging footings last week for the new Wenatchee Valley College Student Recreation Center. Nordt, 16, is being defended by Hayden McKenna, 16, at the college's outdoor basketball courts next to the construction site. The $6.2 million building should be finished next summer.
Autumn Sutton, 3, and her best friend Sage, a 9-year-old lab/shepherd mix, pause for a picture during a scenic hike up No. 2 Canyon. Autumn is the daughter of Shantel McKinley and Luke Sutton of Wenatchee. Her grandmother is Marie Sutton of Wenatchee. Send us your photos We’re looking for photos of cute kids and pets taken in North Central Washington within the past year to include in Reader Scrapbook. Send large and/or high-resolution photos, with contact phone number, by email to email@example.com, with “Your News Reader Scrapbook” in the subject line, or mail to “Your News Reader Scrapbook,” Features Department, The Wenatchee World, P.O. Box 1511, Wenatchee, WA 98807-1511. Call Lindsay Francis at 661-6391 with questions.
Laurel Thompson, Cashmere, a woman who used to enjoy traveling and outdoor activities, rarely leaves her home now, suffering from trigeminal neuralgia that leaves her painfully sensitive to cold.
Laurel Thompson, Cashmere, spends time at her home curled up on a couch as she suffers from trigeminal neuralgia, leaving her painfully sensitive to cold.