WENATCHEE — The Community Foundation of NCW is partnering with school districts in Chelan, Douglas and Okanogan counties to host an online fundraising campaign called “Back to Basics” to support students and families who are struggling as they navigate remote schooling during the pandemic.

WENATCHEE — The Coalitions for Health Improvement and the North Central Accountable Community of Health is looking to fund projects that demonstrate innovation, collaboration and connection to local health needs in the region.

MOSES LAKE — Adapting to the current pandemic's effect on modern recreational activities, the city of Moses Lake is looking to a classic to bring people in the community together while they keep their distance: drive-in movies.

WENATCHEE — You check the weather before heading to the hiking trail. And now you can check up-to-date lake and river information conditions before hitting the water. With the latest version of Chelan County PUD’s free Current app, you can pull up real-time data about local waterways right f…

WENATCHEE — The Community Foundation of NCW has awarded $734,852 in scholarships to 204 students across North Central Washington — the largest distribution of scholarship awards to date.

MOSES LAKE — The Moses Lake Museum & Art Center has launched its own YouTube channel to highlight current exhibits while the doors remain closed to the public. Grant County is in Phase 2 of the state's reopening process, and the museum will not be able to open to the public until the cou…

Over the last couple months, the Quincy Recreation Department has held a weekly gnome hunt to give Quincy residents and their families a safe and fun way to get out of the house during the Coronavirus pandemic.

WENATCHEE — The 2020 Wenatchee Valley College President’s Medals, Outstanding Graduate Awards and Academic Achievement Award were announced during the Wenatchee and Omak campus commencement ceremonies June 19 and 20. All-Washington Academic Team members and the Transforming Lives Award nomin…

The family of Virginia Snyder gathered for a five-generation photo. From left to right, great-great grandmother Virginia Snyder, great grandmother Gwendolyn Houck, mother Marella Houck, holding son, Kai Houck-Kennedy, grandmother Michelle Emerson, all of Rock Island.