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Wenatchee High School students in the Walking for Fitness class make their way on a narrow path cut out through the snow on the school's quarter-mile athletic track on Thursday, Jan. 20, 2022.

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Tsuki tries to get ahold of its owner, Astrid Lima's, boot as she sleds down a hill at the new Cherryhill Park in East Wenatchee, Monday, Jan. 17, 2022. The park offers a large bowl configuration that is attracting sledders.

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A ring-necked pheasant moves through deep snow near Sleepy Hollow Road on Thursday. Pheasantsforever.org says a flying pheasant, when chased, can reach 60 mph. 

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A person walks their pet on the Apple Capital Recreation Loop Trail at Confluence State Park on Thursday. 

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Vehicles on their way down Badger Mountain Road find the Wenatchee Valley enveloped in a thick layer of fog as the sun sets Monday.

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Emmit Berry, 8, East Wenatchee, leaps to a card on the floor of the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center during an activity on the first day of a new program called Movement Monday on Jan. 10, 2022.

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A large boulder about eight feet tall sits on Sleepy Hollow Road east of Monitor Thursday after falling from a nearby slope. The road was closed until at least Friday when a contractor was expected to break it into pieces and remove it.

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First the snow, now the icicles. Wenatchee residents have new views out their front windows, as seen on Wednesday.

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Residents around Wenatchee and North Central Washington were plowing, blowing, and pushing snow around Thursday after the big storm brought in over 20-inches the night before.

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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.

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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.

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Frozen apples cling to trellised trees in Douglas County Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2021. Fruit is left on trees when the expense of picking them outweighs any profit.

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A spit of land at Walla Walla Point Park along the Columbia River provides morning exercise Thursday, Dec. 23, 2021.

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Warmer areas and snow covered ice make a pattern at Rock Island Pond next to Rock Island Road Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2021.

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A mallard drake duck lands on the Columbia River near Walla Walla Point Park on Wednesday morning, Dec. 22, 2021.

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Starting at the top of his roof, Sean Madsen-Partee awakens nearly 30 inflatables at his East Wenatchee home at the corner of Northeast 3rd and North James streets after Monday's snowfall pushed them down. More snow is in the forecast.

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A bald eagle flies along a power transmission line near Malaga on Wednesday. This was one of two flying in the area.

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Jim Barkstale with Eastmont Metro Parks and Recreation plows snow off the walking trail at the new Cherryhill Park in East Wenatchee Thursday morning. More snow is expected through the weekend.

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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."

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A cyclist rides near the Apple Capital Recreation Loop Trail in Douglas County with the sun reflecting on the Columbia River behind Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021.

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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. 

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Shelby Henley, Wenatchee, grabs the leashes to her three dogs as they begin to walk to Hale Park's dog park Monday. She says she tries to get to the park three to five days a week while the weather is good.

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Brooklyn Eberth, 9, Wenatchee, lets her family know she's found the perfect Christmas tree at Wenatchee High School's FFA and Agriscience tree sale on Monday. With her from left are Kyle, Hudson, 6, and Kelsey.

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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.

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As fall conditions have stopped growth of most plants outdoors, with the view to morning sun, some plants like this are thriving on the inside. This view was spotted in East Wenatchee this month.

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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.

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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.

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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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NCW — Wind gusts Monday in the North Central Washington reached triple digits at Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort and nearly 50 mph at Pangborn Memorial Airport.

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Sun-lit leaves are reflected in a pond at Linden Tree Park in Wenatchee on Monday, Nov. 8, 2021, a duck floating nearby. The leaves may be hitting the water soon as winter weather approaches.

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Alex Madrigal and Marcella Wood, Wenatchee, share a moment in Pioneer Park Friday morning, Nov. 5, 2021.

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