Children receive breakfast and lunch alongside Rock Island Road Tuesday, March 24, 2020, provided by the Eastmont School District. On Monday, the service of free meals was expanded to some of the remote areas of the district, using busses to transport them.

Joby and Eloise Clark, 9, Wenatchee, kick a soccer ball around on the stage at Lincoln Park in Wenatchee on Tuesday. Eloise would normally be in class at Lewis and Clark Elementary School except for its closing due to the Coronavirus mandate. Clark works for the Douglas County Transportation department and is taking a couple days off to figure out where Eloise will stay while he's at work. He said Eloise will probably stay with friends or family. "We were going to Washington, D.C., for spring break to be with friends," Clark said.

WENATCHEE — Wenatchee Valley College’s Wenatchee and Omak campuses will be closed to students and the public from Wednesday through Friday, a decision made following news of two confirmed COVID-19 cases in Chelan County.

WENATCHEE — If there were winners at Monday night’s donkey basketball game, it might have just been the donkeys. At least they seemed to get their way for most of the night.

OLYMPIA — Special Washington apple license plates will become available July 1, with proceeds going toward college scholarships for students whose families work in the tree fruit industry.

The annual Lincoln Elementary Annual Sock Hop took place last Friday and raised money to fund events for students.

Another Atwood family member takes to the stage for the first time during a dress rehearsal of "The Diary of Anne Frank" Monday night at the Wenatchee High School auditorium. Known in the Atwood family as Pudge, the 10-year-old family pet will play Mouschi, a cat that Peter brings to the Frank hiding spot.

Children at Columbia Elementary School in Wenatchee learn the importance of reading on the anniversary of Dr. Seuss' birthday on Monday. The day is also National Read Across America Day.

Scott Petersen, known as The Reptile Man from the Monroe Reptile Zoo, brought lizards, snakes, and turtles to show the children at the Abraham Lincoln Elementary School. He says he's been bringing reptiles to schools for 35 years. "I'm never going to retire," he says, "I enjoy it too much." He will be at Cascade Elementary School on Wednesday night at 6:30 for a public appearance.

Janelle Topete, 7, left, and Sophia Rios, 8, hide under their desks during an earthquake drill at Lewis and Clark Elementary School in Wenatchee on Wednesday.

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