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WENATCHEE — Have you ever watched an umpire call a borderline pitch at a youth baseball game and told those sitting around you, “I can do better” (maybe with a few choice words sprinkled in)? Well, now is your chance to prove it, big shot.

ELLENSBURG — Not even the long line for Barto Hall’s elevator could lower Nicolette and Scott Carlson’s mood Friday, as they moved Nicolette into her dorm for her first year at Central Washington University.

The Wenatchee Valley Symphony begins their performance of Mozart's Magnificent Voyage to local school children at the Numerica Performing Arts Center Friday, Sept. 9, 2022. There are four private performances for students followed by Saturday's public one for all ages at 2 p.m. Seats can be reserved through the PAC box office.

SEATTLE — Seattle educators went on strike Wednesday after negotiating late into the night Tuesday, with classes canceled in the state's largest school district on what would have been the first school day of the year.

SEATTLE — Seattle teachers hit the picket lines on Wednesday on what would have been the first day of school this fall for tens of thousands of students after voting to strike over pay, staffing and mental health support.

WENATCHEE — The Science in the Valley seminars are returning this September after two years without the event.

WENATCHEE — Wenatchee School District is rolling out a new brand to reflect the changes in the community over the past two decades.

WENATCHEE — As another school year begins, Wenatchee High School is ready to assist students in need of food, clothing, toiletries, backpacks and other school supplies.

President Biden announced his administration will cancel up to $10,000 in federal student loan debt for those earning under $125,000 per year, or $250,000 per year for married couples who file taxes jointly.