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Mike Bonnicksen

Department: Editorial

Position: World photographer

Responsibilities: Photographer, Reporter, Videographer

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  1. An American flag seen in the Wenatchee Valley. Saddle Rock and Mission Ridge are in the background. 
  2. Wenatchee School District students attending ArtReach at the Numerica Performing Arts Center on Feb. 8, jump on bubble wrap on stage as members of Artrageous theater troupe sing and dance around them. The event was the educational outreach component of Artrageous, which was presented to the public later in the evening and included singing, dancing and performers painting.
  3. Josh West of Wenatchee jumps while participating in the third annual Rails and Ales rail jam on Friday night, Feb. 10. The event on Orondo Ave. between Wenatchee Ave. and Pybus Public Market featured skiing, snowboarding, music and local beer.
  4. Yecica Acuna, center, helps kids as they make heart cutouts for decorations on the windows at the Boys & Girls Club of Brewster earlier this month. The club meets at Columbia Cove Community Center in Brewster and schedules homework, physical activity, and citizenship after school. For more information, look for the Brewster club at
  5. The 17th annual Wenatchee Jazz Workshop is happening this week at Eastmont Junior High School. A total of 160 middle and high school students from sthe Wenatchee and Eastmont school districts are working with six professional jazz musicians, known as the L.A. 6. On Thursday, L.A. 6 will perform for the public at Numerica Performing Arts Center, followed by a student concert on Friday where the pros will sit in with the students. For more information on the program and concerts see the web at