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This Afternoon

Hi32° Snow Likely


Lo25° Isolated Snow Showers then Mostly Cloudy


Hi32° Chance Snow Showers

Monday Night

Lo18° Chance Snow Showers then Mostly Clear


Hi35° Mostly Sunny

Tuesday Night

Lo27° Partly Cloudy


Hi46° Slight Chance Rain

Wednesday Night

Lo27° Mostly Cloudy then Slight Chance Snow


Hi42° Slight Chance Rain/Snow then Slight Chance Rain

Thursday Night

Lo28° Mostly Cloudy

Job fair planned for March 30

WENATCHEE — WorkSource Wenatchee will hold a Chelan/Douglas Job and Resource Fair from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. March 30 at Pybus Public Market. Veteran’s will receive preference from 10 to 10:30 a.m.

Workshop instructs on watercolor landscapes

CHELAN — The Lake Chelan Arts Council will offer watercolor art workshops with Spokane artist Stan Miller from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 22 and 23 at the Chelan Fire Station.

Meeting notices

Meetings scheduled throughout North Central Washington

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Itty, 14, explores a snowy January sidewalk with his eyes closed. Typically an indoor cat, he only occasionally enjoys an outdoors jaunt. Itty is the pet of Jan and Blake Murray of Wenatchee. (Provided photo/Jan Murray)

College life

News of college students throughout North Central Washington

Chelan student attends Society for Range Management forum

ST. GEORGE, Utah — Ashley Oswald, a junior in the agricultural education program at Chelan High School, represented the Pacific Northwest region at the Society for Range Management’s high school youth forum held Jan. 29-Feb. 2.

4-H club announces officers

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Heights 4-H Club has elected its officers for the 2016-17 year: Tyler Schuyleman, recreation chairman; Evan Berdan, reporter; Joe Schuyleman, treasurer; Nicole Grupp, secretary; Kadi Compton, vice president; and Kody Richards, president.

Mentoring program receives $7,000 award

NCW — Chelan-Douglas CASA’s Adolescents in Transition to Education and Employment through Mentoring (ATEEM) program received a $7,000 award from the Knisely Family Foundation.


Classes scheduled throughout North Central Washington

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Pokeybear, an 8-year-old exotic mix of lynx, bobcat and Siamese, crouches in some pampas grass along the shore of the Columbia River in Orondo. Pokeybear is the pet of Marilyn and Joe Brooks of Orondo. (Provided photo/Marilyn Brooks)

Meeting notices

Meetings scheduled throughout North Central Washington