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AppleSox beat Kelowna, fourth win in last five games

Baseball Blurbs by Bruce  Wenatchee 6, Kelowna 4 last night. Wenatchee (20-23) at Kelowna (27-15) 6:35 tonight. AppleSox Among League LeadersBatting- Batting average - Mitchell Holland .338, 6th and Keston Hiura .329, 8th.- Hits - Mitchell Holland 49, tied for 6th and Keston Hiura 48, 7th.- Doubles - Keston Hiura 15, 2nd.- Triples - Keston Hiura 3, tied for 2nd and Nick Nyquist 2, tied for 5th.- Home runs - Evan Douglas 7, 2nd.- Runs - Keston Hiura 29, 8th.- RBI - Keston Hiura 28, 7th and Mitchell Holland 24, tied for ...

Diana Haglund | Community support of schools makes a difference in numbers

With another school year near, we want to thank our community and parents for supporting the work of Wenatchee Learns and the Wenatchee School District. I don’t believe that we can ever say thank you enough for the generosity and support that our community provides in the form of time, support, encouragement and resources.

Betsy Steele | Elegy to the park

“Okay, I’m helping folks learn about birds, to focus in on their calls, songs, fleeting glimpses. This is lovely spring that (in the words of the James Russell Lowell poem “June”) ‘comes flooding back with a ripply cheer…,’ “ I thought as we entered the park from Bird Fest Central in mid-May. Swallows flew over, song sparrows sang, and a tiny elusive yellow warbler began its territorial “sweet sweet” singing just as cordless drills rang out, to be complemented by a leaf blower and then, a radio was turned on ...