Quinn Szot, 5, Wenatchee, waits for her mother, Danyell, to release her kite Monday at Triangle Park in Wenatchee. It was the first time out this year with the kite that had been stored in their garage.
WENATCHEE — Wenatchee law enforcement is taking an educational approach to help residents and businesses stay in compliance with Washington’s stay-at-home order. Educating people “is really our only focus,” said Wenatchee Police Department Captain Edgar Reinfeld.
WENATCHEE — Last week’s drive-up food bank at the Town Toyota Center was a rousing success — but it fell short. Serve Wenatchee combined with the Community Action Council to hand out 450 boxes of food last Wednesday to the general public.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — President Donald Trump on Friday signed into law the largest rescue measure in history, a $2 trillion economic relief package meant to speedily put money directly into Americans’ pockets while also helping hospitals, businesses, and state and local governments struggling w…
WENATCHEE — Chelan and Douglas counties will receive a combined $132,000 from state Department of Commerce funds for rural state counties, including additional monies to help support people and businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce is asking business leaders to complete an online survey aimed at taking a snapshot of the financial reality of the area during the days after the COVID-19 pandemic hit the state and the world.
Cows stand under a flow of chopped corn and stalks as Fausto Gamino with Annie's Fun Farm on Grant Road in East Wenatchee feeds a shredding machine on Thursday. The plants were used in a corn maze last fall.
OLYMPIA — Washington state appears to be achieving some “very modest improvement” in its battle against the coronavirus pandemic, but has not “turned the corner” and its stay-at-home order may need to be maintained beyond two weeks, Gov. Jay Inslee said Thursday.
WENATCHEE — In an effort to combat growing food needs, Wenatchee-based organizations are combining efforts to create a drive-through food service at the Town Toyota Center. Food-insecure families are encouraged to stop by on Wednesdays to pick up supplies.
Children receive breakfast and lunch alongside Rock Island Road Tuesday, March 24, 2020, provided by the Eastmont School District. On Monday, the service of free meals was expanded to some of the remote areas of the district, using busses to transport them.