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Today’s Bike to Work Day and riders snagged some snacks at Wenatchee Avenue and First Street this morning at a booth sponsored by the Regional Bicycle Advisory Board.
A juvenile bald eagle, seen at upper left, swoops down to Fish Lake near birders on a field trip Thursday for the 11th annual Leavenworth Spring Bird Fest.
Jenny Collins plants a raised garden bed next to her home on Deer Run Drive in Fancher Heights
Highway workers are pouring it on this week as upgrades of intersections on Grant Road continue at the east end of the George Sellar Bridge.
Alex Haglund, 2, East Wenatchee, right, and his cousin Cole Evans, 4, who is visiting from Corvallis, Mont., explore the banks of the Columbia River at Walla Walla Point Park on Tuesday afternoon. The two were enjoying the sunny weather with their grandmother, Cindy Haglund.
Walter Corrales of Bob’s Classic Eatery & Spirits at 110 Second Street in Wenatchee washes the 1957 Cadillac, located at the business on a pole about 16 feet in the air.
Great blue herons nest Monday in a ponderosa pine next to the Entiat River near Entiat. There are at least five and possibly six nests in the tree, according to birder and retired fisheries biologist Phil Archibald, who lives in the area.
Wondering where Pybus Public Market is at? Just look for the giant neon red letters at the foot of Orondo Avenue.
An osprey sits in a nest on a platform along the Columbia River off of Highway 97, near the intersection with Highway 97A north of Chelan.
Mary Fran McClure replants tomatoes for the WSU Master Gardener Plant Sale on April 27 at the GESA Credit Union parking lot at 1005 N. Wenatchee Ave.