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Israel Castaneda, East Wenatchee, tries his hand at fishing on the Beehive Reservoir Monday, dark clouds gathering on the horizon.
A delivery truck near Nancy’s Party Rentals brought power and utility lines down behind businesses in the 600 block of North Wenatchee Avenue Tuesday morning. The power also disrupted printing of Tuesday’s Wenatchee World.
A bird of prey flies around the Beehive Reservoir Monday afternoon in front of a backdrop of cloud formations as storms move through North Central Washington. There could be more storms near Wentachee tonight. There’s a 40 percent chance of rain. The Lake Chelan area is a little more likely to get wet.
Michael Jordan, Yakima, takes down fencing at the tennis courts at Eastmont County Park Wednesday, preparing the tennis and basketball courts for resurfacing work scheduled to be completed in mid-July. Jordan works for Lewis Surface Development in Yakima.
Mya Clark, 7, Wenatchee, watches her mother Mandy perform a yoga move on her new paddleboard Thursday at Walla Walla Point Park’s swimming area. Clark and her friend Tara Bickford, Orondo, received new boards for Mother’s Day and brought their daughters, Elise Bickford, 6, also, to the park to try them out.
Colin Ward ducks during a water fight with James Massey during Sunnyslope Elementary School’s third-grade Learning Celebration at Rotary Park in Wenatchee on Monday.
Eastmont School District employees Gary Dexter, left, and Leonard Battermann remove parking barriers on the Eastmont High School parking lot Monday, getting it ready for paving next year.
With fireworks as their backdrop, Wenatchee High School graduates celebrated (top photo) at the end of the school’s109th graduation ceremony Friday night at the Apple Bowl. Over 460 students received their diplomas in the class of 2013. Former head wrestling and All-American wrestler Stan Opp put a fireman’s carry move on Alberto Montes De Oca (center photo) after Alberto received his diploma.