Marissa Jackson, Wenatchee, talks to East Wenatchee Police Sergeant Karsten Garcia from her truck Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2021, after getting it stuck in a snow bank. Jackson said she had to swerve while driving east on Grant Road to avoid another car leaving a business's parking lot and went over an embankment into a pile of snow that had been cleared from a parking lot.
Eastmont High School students grab for a free T-shirt thrown into the audience by cheerleaders at the school's basketball game with Wenatchee Tuesday night. If you didn't snag a shirt then, you have another chance Friday night when the team takes on West Valley at home.
Photo gallery of the girls then boys basketball game as Eastmont beat Wenatchee in both Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2021, in Wenatchee.
Moses Lake holds on to beat Wenatchee in wrestling 39-25 Tuesday night, Dec. 14, 2021, at Wenatchee. They scored the first 27 points in the match.
From left, Orion Logan, 15, and Wesley Pruitt, 16, play with the Wenatchee High School Golden Apple Marching Band before their boys basketball team begins play against Hanford Tuesday night, Dec. 7, 2021. They were dressed for the band's theme night, "Comfy, Cozy, Christmas."
Wenatchee High School boys basketball team beat Hanford 59-42 Tuesday night, Dec. 7, 2021, in their first home game of the season.
Jasmani Cortez with Root Factor Maintenance of East Wenatchee rakes leaves from sculpted juniper shrubs in the yard of Tom Rowe's Wenatchee home Tuesday. Rowe, who has owned the home for about 30 years, says the plants were there when he moved in. He has them pruned every year to look like the foothills located just above his home.
Workers for Canyon Fence of Cashmere cut a rail to fit a new split-rail cedar fence at Kirby Billingsley Hydro Park on Monday. Restoration work at the park began in September to improve native habitat and stop erosion from the Columbia River. The crew is installing more than 1,500 feet of fencing at the park and another 1,300 feet at Beebe Bridge Park in a similar project.
A Turkey Bowl and toy drive took place Thursday morning at Wenatchee High School. According to organizer Jerry Garcia, 10 teams competed in the single-elimination tournament. Each team had five members and admittance to the tournament was in the form of a toy donation. Garcia, who's a coach at Foothills Middle School, plans to donate the toys to the school to give out to students.
Wenatchee High School's volleyball team suffered a five-set loss to Mount Rainier in their first game of the 4A state tournament in Yakima Friday, Nov. 19, 2021. The Panthers won the first two sets but lost the final three. They play Lake Stevens at 5:45 p.m. today in the losers bracket.
David Akpodiete, left, and Rylee Jones, both from Foothills Middle School in Wenatchee, look over a booth run by Hurst Chiropractic Monday, Nov. 15, 2021, at the Wenatchee Convention Center. About 550 8th graders from the Wenatchee School District learned about careers in the medical field in the monthly Career and Technical Education fair
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Rory Turner has been doing the math on the hundreds of thousands of dollars that have been spent on documents and drawings for a dozen projects in Wenatchee’s downtown area. Read more