WOMENS BASKETBALL (7-0, 19-3)Seven league games down, seven to go and he Knights maintain a 2-game lead over two teams (last week it was three). One of those two second-place squads, Spokane, is in town Saturday afternoon in WVC’s only game of the week.
Is there a salon that comes to mind that is just the best? What about your favorite burger? Or furniture store? Now you have the chance to show your support and vote for them in the 2016 World’s Best!
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MENS BASKETBALL (2-3, 5-13)Wednesday, Big Bend (5-0, 15-6) away.- It’s off to Moses Lake today for a contest with Wenatchee Valley’s closest neighbor, Big Bend.- The Vikings have shot out of the gate with five wins in five outings in league play.- Last season WVC took two of three from BBCC…a nonleague win and they split the two East Region games.- The Vikings lead the series 60-53 and 35-21 at their place.- Greg Franz is 14-29 against BBCC.
Imagine you're taking a hike up Saddlerock on a clear, crisp morning. The sun is peeking over the horizon and the vista is just gorgeous. But instead of taking a video, saving it, and uploading it to Facebook or Twitter later, you want to share it in real time, LIVE?
A mound of snow avalanched from the barn roof, causing the horses to pivot and run faster than I’ve seen them move before. Compounding their alarm, a fully loaded double rigged logging truck roared and blared, jack brakes stuttering around a bend in the road.
The business directory of Wenatchee lists an amazing array of specialty products and services. Whatever little home, upper-story, or hole-in-the wall office they occupy, businesses offer such products and services as aroma therapy, artificial limbs, breasts, and fingernails, western boots, beads, bouncy houses, clowns, comic books, divers into irrigation pipes, fish-lure making, gold buying, golf cart rebuilding, horse training, ice vending, and saw sharpening.
Ray Sandidge, a true pioneer among North Central Washington winemakers, plans to break ground on a new vineyard, tasting room and wine production facility in north Chelan this spring.
It’s been 50 years since community efforts to attract tourism took hold in Wenatchee and Leavenworth. The story of Leavenworth’s conversion to a Bavarian Village is well known, through several books and yearly issues of the Sonnenschein (sunshine) edition of the town’s newspaper.
WOMENS BASKETBALL (3-0, 15-3)How about this. Just three games into league play and the Knights are all alone atop the East Region standings. And they get two games in the “friendly confines” this weekend to try and solidify their position.
“Life on Mars” by David Bowie: By now everyone and their dog has written a farewell to David Bowie, who recently died of cancer at 69. But his impact and importance on music and culture cannot be overstated. There was a defiant strength to his weirdness that made other weirdos feel like maybe it’s not that weird to be weird. Get it? It’s hard to pick a favorite Bowie song but this one showcases his operatic vocal talent, his flair for drama and his lyrical abilities.