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Don Seabrook

Department: Editorial

Position: Photo Editor

Responsibilities: Photographer, Reporter, Videographer

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  1. A yoga class takes to paddleboards Wednesday near Walla Walla Point Park's swimming area. Taught by Bridget Shae with ILa Yoga of Wenatchee, the Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) sessions are scheduled throughout the summer.
  2. World photo/Don Seabrook
  3. People interested in making dried apple dolls took the first step in carving apple faces Saturday.
  4. Makaylah Strickland, 11, Wenatchee, leads a cheer with her team the NCW Sundevils at their last home tournament of the season on Saturday at Sterling Middle School. It was the second year for the Summer Scorcher tournament run by the Greater Wenatchee Girls Softball Association. Tryouts for next year's teams in the league begin in August. The Sundevils lost this game to the Moses Lake Wicked 4-2. The two teams also met in the championship game on Sunday where Moses Lake edged the Sundevils 5-4 by getting a run in ...
  5. No one was injured when an Amtrak train with 161 people on board crashed into a semitractor Wednesday night. About 23,000 pounds of calcium nitrate fertilizer spilled from the pup trailer, which was severed from the semitractor in the collision. The dry fertilizer is not a hazardous material, State Patrol troopers said.