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Photo Gallery: Cashmere loses state playoff game

Photo Gallery: Cashmere loses state playoff game

3/3/2016 World photo/Don Seabrook The Cashmere boys basketball team came back from an eleven point deficit at halftime to get within a point but end up losing to Kalama 50-49 Thursday in Yakima. They will move on to the loser bracket at the State 1A tournament.
Readers' Pets

Readers' Pets

Do you have a furry friend that you just can’t get enough of? That when you open up your photos, your screen is chock-full of dog noses, whiskers and bushy tails? Well, don’t let those photos go to waste! Send them to, where we will add them to an ongoing gallery on When you submit a photo, please include your name and the name of your two- or four-legged friend! This gallery will be ongoing, so continue to send in photos and we will update it every week! If you have questions, please feel free to contact Lesley at or Katie at
Photo Gallery: Wenatchee Wild Hockey ties with Langley

Photo Gallery: Wenatchee Wild Hockey ties with Langley

2/23/2016 World photo/Don Seabrook The Wenatchee Wild hockey team gets down by two goal early in the game Tuesday night with Langley, gets four straight goals then ends up in a tie game when Langley scores with .7 seconds remaining in regulation.
Photo Gallery: Rails and Ales

Photo Gallery: Rails and Ales

2/12/2016 World photo/Don Seabrook Hundreds of spectators crammed into a block of Orondo Avenue Friday night for a ski and snowboard jam contest. The Rails and Ales event was sponsored by Numerica Credit Union. Erik Baker with Mission Ridge said six trucks dumped snow on the street while groomers shaped it into runs. Rails were brought down from the ski hill for boarders and skiers to use for tricks.