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Softball home Friday & Saturday and baseball Saturday & Sunday

BASEBALL (0-0, 0-6)Saturday & Sunday, Shoreline (7-4) home.* Hopefully the old saying, “the third time is the charm” applies to the Knights this weekend.  Saturday and Sunday Wenatchee Valley has home games scheduled…two doubleheaders with Shoreline.  This is not the first time they’ve had a pair of twin bills scheduled.  For that matter it is not the second.  Both the first and second weekends this month a total of eight games got deleted when the home field was unplayable.* The Knights will pursue their first wins of 2017 when Shoreline ...
Community Connections

Hillary Schwirtlich | Tiny seeds and baby plants

Even though the snow is lingering late this year, a hike on your local trail reveals that spring is on its way. How can we tell? Tiny plants have begun to sprout! Take a close look at the ground and see the little green leaves pushing their way out of the ground. Whether these leaves are part of a plant that grows back year after year, or a baby plant just getting its start, they all started with a seed.
Community Connections

Greg Asimakoupoulos | 'A Tribute to Wilfred Woods'

Thirty years ago I sent Wilfred Woods, publisher of The Wenatchee World, a newsletter from the church I was serving in Northern California. The little parish paper included a devotional editorial I had written for my congregation in which I reflected on my childhood memories of the Owl Drugstore soda fountain.