In our current trend of warming temperatures, we are seeing plants in local gardens that would not have been planted in the past. Planting varieties in areas that are borderline cold hardy can add something “new,” but it does require some thought on placement.
“This will be your first house then?” asked Mr. Harvey.
We want to extend a special invitation to you to attend an online forum that Our Valley Our Future and NCW Libraries are holding from 6 to 7 p.m. today, via Zoom.
Chances are, unless you live out of town, look out your window and you can spot a hedge of arborvitae. This widespread shrub screens the neighbors — sometimes way beyond reason. We see a neighbor’s arborvitae some 25-30 feet high, expanding through the fence.
WENATCHEE — The Greater Wenatchee Area Technology Alliance (GWATA) has officially changed its name to NCW Tech Alliance.
Wenatchee — The Wenatchee River Institute is teaming up with the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center as part of the Museum’s Environmental Film and Lecture series to sponsor the presentation of the documentary “Promised Land” 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Wenatchee — Lauribel Harrison to celebrate 95th birthday with celebration
Learning by performing acts of service is a beautiful thing. I cannot think of a more powerful way to exercise our empathy muscles and in doing so discover how great it feels to be doing something for others.
First, let me say as a gardener, there is a certain joy of growing and harvesting any crop from your garden, whether it’s that perfect tomato, cucumber, melon or a juicy apple.
We’ve all heard that “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” And though it may be true that senior citizens do get set in their ways sometimes, I’m not convinced that they can’t keep learning and growing, often faster than some of the middle-agers.
The value of hard work, integrity and plain speaking was drilled into Helen Rayfield from her earliest days growing up in Cleveland and carried on when her family moved to the Leavenworth area.
OMAK — The Associated Students of Wenatchee Valley College at Omak presents “haʔntíxʷ iʔ‿tmxʷúlaʔxʷ uł niʕ̓íp txt̓ntsis — Respect the Earth and She will Always Take Care of You” — with Dr. Jeannette Armstrong as part of the Earth Day celebration on Tuesday, April 20.
WENATCHEE — The North Central Accountable Community of Health (NCACH) Governing Board has approved $456,736 to address youth mental health, resiliency and suicide prevention across North Central Washington.
EAST WENATCHEE — Ed Sand was a choral director in the Eastmont School District for 30 years. During that time, his nickname was “Coach,” because he would make the choir come together like a team to make beautiful music.
At 90 years young, Dr. Jerry Gibbons hasn’t slowed down much. He still rides his bicycle, although he now sports an e-bike to help him keep up with his friends on road rides around the valley.
WENATCHEE — The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted virtually every resident of North Central Washington, in one way or another.
The Master Gardener Foundation’s annual plant sale was one of many casualties we experienced during the pandemic last year. While still following COVID protocols in 2021, Master Gardeners are growing plants for an online sale this year. While we will miss escorting our customers through the …
WENATCHEE — GWATA and the Apple STEM Network hosted the Virtual STEM Showcase Feb. 1 through March 14. Sponsored by Microsoft and supported by Verizon Media, the Virtual STEM Showcase was a unique opportunity for students to participate and showcase projects in science, technology, engineeri…
We have all been held hostage by the coronavirus pandemic in one way or another. Some contracted the virus, some had their business closed, some essential workers were overworked, some had to safely isolate themselves for over a year, some couldn’t visit with family and friends. It’s been to…
SAN ANTONIO, TexasBy Cala Flamond
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