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MOSES LAKE — The Moses Lake School Board approved the addition of a policy governing district response to transgender students at the regular board meeting Thursday. A policy covering the issue is required per state law.

The Robert Graves Gallery at Wenatchee Valley College is selling its entire collection of fine art due in advance of the closure of Sexton Hall for renovations. A sale was held Saturday. The donated money from the sale goes to raise money for a college arts scholarship fund. 

Wenatchee Valley College marked Arbor Day on Tuesday with sessions on how to care for trees and how trees can reduce stress, remove air pollution, and promote social ties to surrounding communities. The WVC event included a walking tour of trees, poems, and the planting of trees around campus and was sponsored by the WVC Sustainability Committee and Tree Campus Higher Education group.

Melissa Million, of Soap Lake, her son Nathaniel, and their dog Chewie participate in the Knight Fright 5K Fun Run Saturday at Wenatchee Valley College. The run helps raise funds for Finish Line Scholarships, which go to support students in their last quarter at WVC.

WENATCHEE — Lacey Price zigzagged through a maze of hallways in the Numerica Performing Arts Center on Saturday morning, assisting just about anyone she contacted. The managing director of Stage Kids, she helped direct over 100 kids on improvement and cleanup projects for the 32nd annual Mak…

CASHMERE — A unique trophy shared by the Chelan and Cashmere school football teams was once again up for grabs this in the 69th annual Battle for the Bronze Shoe.

Excitement runs through the girl coaching staff of team Smash N Pass more so than the male players during the annual Buff Puff volleyball tournament at Wenatchee High School Wednesday night, Oct. 12, 2022. It's homecoming week for the school and this one-night competition is a favorite event at the school drawing hundreds of spectators. Coaches for the 10 teams at the Buff Puff are current volleyball players for the Panthers.

EAST WENATCHEE — The Eastmont School District anticipates receiving up to $24.7 million in state construction grants if everything goes according to plan and if voters approve the $185 million bond proposal next month.

Wenatchee High School Golden Apple Marching Band senior trumpet player Henry Bergey and sophomore color guard soloist Chloe Davidson perform their "Maria" solos during show practice Saturday at the Wenatchee High School track. Their show has music from Leonard Bernstein's musical "West Side Story." The band will go to Yakima Oct. 15 to compete in the Harvest Marching Band Festival.

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.