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Don Seabrook

Department: Editorial

Position: Photo Editor

Responsibilities: Photographer, Reporter, Videographer

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Phone: 509-661-5225 (work)

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  1. A rusted and badly mangled car, thought to be a 1965 or 1966 Pontiac Tempest, was removed Thursday from along the Apple Capital Recreation Loop Trail. The vehicle had been there since before the trail was built and had become more exposed over time. The Chelan County PUD decided to remove it for safety. PUD officials don't know why the car was there or who owned it.
  2. Wenatchee's St. Patrick's Day Parade, starting promptly at "7-ish" Tuesday night, partied its way down the red bricks of Orondo Avenue in the city's traditional 1-block stroll of silliness. And then they did it a second time, just for the fun of it.
  3. Friday's action in Spokane - Brewster boys and Okanogan girls.
  4. Photo gallery of Okanogan girls win over Wahkiakum to claim the state championship in Spokane on Saturday night.
  5. Apple Blossom Junior Royalty Queen Ava Vasquez is hugged by Apple Blossom Queen Gabby Waterman Wednesday in a surprise ceremony at Ava’s school, Sunnyslope Elementary School.