WENATCHEE — Signs not conforming to the city’s code must be removed if a structure is vacant for six months, and non-digital signs can’t be converted to digital.

WENATCHEE — Pybus Public Market’s inaugural Holly Jolly Jamboree will run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday in the LocalTel Event Center.

The Christmas in Washington 2019 Christmas Concert Series is bringing Celtic music and Irish step-dancing to Leavenworth, Chelan and Omak this December, part of an eight-concert series featuring separate performances by The Geoffrey Castle Celtic Band and The Gothard Sisters.

WENATCHEE — A man accused of firing warning shots at BNSF Railway employees will be allowed to wear his Army National Guard uniform at trial next week.

WENATCHEE — On Nov. 21, the painting “Sunset and Moonrise on the Great Chief” or “The Ruling Spirit of the Columbia,” was removed from the walls of the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center and shipped to Redmond for restoration.

On a Monday afternoon, a class of second graders at Peshastin-Dryden Elementary (PD) cleared their desks, except for a pencil. Students eagerly complied; they weren’t about to take a test.

Kathy Defazio, Cashmere, tries on her newly created ugly sweater at the Cashmere Library Tuesday in front of librarian Lisa Lawless. The library along with Link Transit sponsored the workshop where people could design and build their sweaters. It was the first ugly sweater that Defazio owned she said. Asked where she would wear it, she replied, "Everywhere I can." One place she could would be this Friday's "Link Transit Art on the Move" during Wenatchee's First Friday Art Walk. For more information on the art walk check out Wenatchee First Fridays Arts Walk on Facebook or see today's GO! Section in The Wenatchee World.

OLYMPIA — The state Department of Natural Resources will ask legislators for $126 million in the 2020-21 biennium to fund resources for fighting wildfires and to restore forest health.

WENATCHEE — A second round of talks is underway this week between Wenatchee Valley College administrators and employees over furloughs and layoffs proposed to narrow a $1 million budget deficit.

Anthuriums and poinsettias have begun appearing front and center at store entrances. With the holiday season now in full swing, these quintessential holiday plants bring to mind the question: do plants make good gifts? The answer is a definite “maybe.”