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Don Seabrook

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  1. Doing their best impressions of zombies, students perform the dance and song routine "Zombirena" during practice of the Icicle Creek Play-in-a-Week program at Clovis Point Intermediate School Wednesday. The 45 children from four schools will perform at Clovis on Saturday at 1 p.m. This is the second year the Eastmont School District has been involved in the program, brought to them by the Icicle Creek Center for the Arts. The title of the musical comedy: "Snow White, the Witch, the Dwarves, and the Zombies!" From left are Sophie Torres, 10, ...
  2. Aaron Johnson and Mike Jacobucci, both employees of  Eastmont Parks and Recreation, on Wednesday use some of the 1,500 zip ties that will connect netting that protects spectators at the baseball fields. The netting is removed every year because the weight of snow would damage it. The job of hanging and connecting the nets takes the workers two days. Baseball season begins soon.
  3. Katie Yount, Wenatchee, walks behind a screen at the Wenatchee Racquet & Athletic Club's outdoor tennis courts to watch her son play a high school tennis match on Monday. 
  4. Terry Stumpff, Quincy, gets set to hit a ball at Rock Island Golf Course Tuesday morning amid snow flurries. The course opened Saturday, one of the first to open this year in North Central Washington. Stumpff says he tries to play whenever he can.
  5. Buildings are going up at a new distribution center for Stemilt Growers at the company's plant on Highway 97A north of Wenatchee. When finished at the end of this year, Stemilt will have 479,000 square feet of space to store and take boxed fruit out on semi-trucks to buyers. The new structures will centralize the company's shipping operations, according to communications manager Brianna Shales. The buildings will also contain automated storage and retrieval system using robotics to load fruit boxes into the trucks. Project construction started last year.