Have you ever wanted to learn about plants, gardening, or meet people and make a difference for others? Then the WSU Master Gardener Program might be right for you.
Heading towards fall means “the end of the season; now what?” That’s our final Third Saturday in the Garden event on Saturday, Sept. 18 at WSU Chelan/Douglas Master Gardener’s Community Education Garden on the northwest corner of Western and Springwater avenues in Wenatchee.
While forests burned and the air filled with smoke this summer, my colleagues at Winthrop National Fish Hatchery prepared to evacuate their homes. Yet even while they packed essentials into their vehicles, they stayed focused on fish, making plans for what to do if the hatchery itself had to…
WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Youth Circus performance was done and it was time to have some dinner, then relax around the circus ring. Right when it was just about dark, Wenatchee Youth Circus founder, Paul Pugh, aka Guppo the clown, would scare the pants off those gathered with one of his famo…
QUINCY — Five people, including two coaches and two former athletes, have been chosen to be inducted as the class of 2021 to the Quincy School District’s Wall of Fame on Aug. 5.
Recently I was reflecting on where I was and what I was doing when I learned of the terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers in New York City. For whatever reason, I added 9 and 11 in my head. I had never thought to total those two familiar numbers before. But this year the sum total is most app…
WENATCHEE — NCW Tech Alliance has expanded its programming to include a Digital Presence Website Program, offering small business owners the opportunity to learn how to build their own website and teaching them the tools to maintain it.
This will be a summer to remember. We may not have appreciated the heat, but the weeds have been delighted with it. I have heard a great deal of moaning about spotted spruge, purslane and even crabgrass. Even if people applied a pre-emergent in a timely manner, the crabgrass has flourished e…
WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Valley College Foundation has announced the 2020 winners of The Outstanding Friend of the College award and The Harvey Award. Annual awards recognize the support and accomplishments of community members who champion WVC.
GEORGE — They say the key to happiness is to have a roof over your head. Nowadays in George, the opposite is also true.
The Chelan County Fair is coming soon! Since 1952 this festive family event has been a place to showcase our communities, our many talents, and the wonderful things we produce in and around Chelan County.
If life gives you lemons, try, try again!
WENATCHEE —In great weather last Saturday, 83 people enjoyed learning more about growing tomatoes and then taste testing them during the 11th annual Tomato Gala.
WENATCHEE — The Community Foundation of NCW has awarded $1,061,700 in college scholarships to students in NCW.
Do you long for fresh-harvested vegetables during the cold days of winter? Some vegetables are suitable for winter gardening in Washington, but low temperatures and short days require special strategies.
Pybus University will return with in-person classes from 7 to 8 p.m. on Tuesdays beginning next week. Classes will take place in the LocalTel event center at Pybus Public Market unless otherwise indicated below. Any questions can be directed to email@example.com. To sign up for classes, visit…