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Apples on Broadway: Crunch Pak, the fresh, sliced apple specialists based in Cashmere, are headed for a yearlong run on Broadway. Yes, we mean New York. The company has sealed contract that will place Crunch Pak on a 10-foot-by 90-foot screen in Times Square.
WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Police Department honored its best employees and volunteers at an annual awards ceremony Tuesday at city hall. The ceremony was dedicated to Gerald Komorowski, a VIPS (Volunteers in Police Service) volunteer who died May 12. He was to have received a President’s Volunteer Service Award, which is given to those who perform 100 of more hours of service in a year. This would have been the third year that Komorowski received the award. Komorowski, a longtime local disc jockey, was known in radio circles as Jerry Michaels.
A human skull was found Thursday about 10 miles north of the Blewett Pass summit.
Grant County sheriff’s officials who reported a rifle missing Thursday, said today that they mistakenly notified the public about the type of weapon.
Fire damaged the front section of a two-story home at 1540 Easy St. Thursday.
WENATCHEE — Local law enforcement officers were honored Wednesday during the 21st annual Peace Officers Appreciation Luncheon, put on by the Greater Wenatchee Sunrise Lions Club. Those present, who were honored as officers of the year for their departments, were:
Officials at the Wenatchee School District are hoping one or more of their schools will win $1,000 in a video contest sponsored by two Seattle-area organizations.
The Waterville and Orondo school districts will offer Child Find developmental screenings by appointment this month.
A three-day boater education course will be offered from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. June 3, 4, and 5 at Quincy Junior High School, 417 C. St. N.E.
CHELAN — Four Lakes Winery lost its processing and bottling warehouse in a fire Saturday afternoon that started from a runaway tractor lawnmower. The riding lawnmower went off the top of a bluff and rolled down a hill, spewing hot fuel and throwing off the rider about midway down the hill, said Tim Lemon, chief of the Chelan Fire Department.