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Tonight

Lo38° Partly Cloudy

Saturday

Hi61° Sunny

Saturday Night

Lo40° Mostly Clear

Sunday

Hi62° Sunny

Sunday Night

Lo41° Mostly Clear

Monday

Hi65° Mostly Sunny

Monday Night

Lo41° Partly Cloudy

Tuesday

Hi64° Partly Sunny

Tuesday Night

Lo44° Mostly Cloudy

Wednesday

Hi59° Slight Chc Showers

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Spurgeon — Deardorff-Stevens

Darcy Deardorff-Stevens and Michael Spurgeon were married Dec. 13, 2014, at the Beacon Hill Grange in Wenatchee before the Rev. Ron Hodges.

Use alternatives for yard waste

Unseasonably warm weather has many of us poking around in our gardens. That yard debris you didn’t get to last fall may be calling to you.

Dick Pygott

Dick Pygott, 81, of Wenatchee, died Monday, Feb. 23, 2015.
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In the Garden: Garden mistakes

I want to share a mistake I made several years ago that I didn’t realize was a mistake until last summer. I like to call this “Wrong plant; wrong place.” (This was before I learned the Master Gardener mantra: Right plant; right place.)

In the Garden: Ornamental grasses can add zip to your garden

Dependable, easy care ornamental grasses are top-notch candidates for year-around interest. The majority are prized for their airy, graceful shapes that shimmer with just a hint of breeze. It’s an interesting group of mostly trouble-free plants with many that thrive in our climate.

In the Garden: Start planning now for a fire-wise fire season

North Central Washington is a complex natural environment to live in. Fire has been a part of this place for millennia — erasing and re-writing the landscape and enlivening the forest with new growth while eliminating the overstock of debris and turning it back into accessible nutrients.
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Exercise gym etiquette

Etiquette is not just about which fork to use. Perhaps more importantly, it’s about your behavior and how you respectfully treat others. After all, isn’t etiquette the invisible glue that holds civilized societies together?
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Neighbors Care Fund needs your help

Another 32 donations were made to the Neighbors Care Fund in the past week, pushing the total to $6,535. Fund contributions will be accepted through early January.

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