WENATCHEE — The fall Science in Our Valley seminar series begins Sept. 25 with a close-up look at the research of local Department of Fish and Wildlife scientist Dr. McClain Johnson.

BOSTON — Actress Felicity Huffman, the first parent sentenced in a wide-ranging college admissions cheating scandal, was given a 14-day prison term on Friday and made a somber apology in federal court for paying to rig her daughter’s entrance exam.

WENATCHEE — GWATA has announced the 14 finalists for its 19th Annual Innovator Awards. The finalists in the five Innovator Award categories were chosen by an independent selection committee comprised of GWATA members with backgrounds in both business and education. The selection committee fi…

Science on Tap! returns after taking a summer hiatus. The coming lineup is impressive with a new speaker each month on natural sciences topics, as well as refreshing — sessions will take at different Wenatchee Valley breweries each time.

WENATCHEE — The $113 million budget approved by the Wenatchee School Board Tuesday includes the additional $1.5 million in local levy revenues proposed by Superintendent Paul Gordon.

NEW YORK — As schools begin reopening their doors to children nationwide, the U.S. government has told a federal judge that states have no power to sue over new rules they say make school meals less healthy.

Six years ago this month I turned in my application to become a WSU Chelan/Douglas County Master Gardener. I had lived in the Wenatchee area for four months, having moved here after living for 30 years in Hawaii.

Potential future cheerleaders learn stunts from Eastmont High School cheerleaders during the annual summer camp Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019 at Eastmont Community Park. Third year Eastmont cheer coach Jeni Gann said the week-long morning camp ends on Friday with a performance for parents at 10 a.m. The 40 children in the camp learn five cheers, jumps, stunts, and a dance routine throughout the week from 21 cheerleader volunteers. Gann wasn't sure how long the camp has been going on. "It's an old tradition," she said.

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