LEAVENWORTH — More than 65 volunteers, including five members of The Saddle Rockers bluegrass band, participated in the Old Leavenworth North Road Cemetery’s "Rake the Spring Twigs" Community Event on April 30. This large number of volunteers shattered the previous record of 12.

Electric scooters for rent are lined up in front of the Wenatchee Chamber of Commerce early Monday morning, the first day they were placed in Wenatchee. The nine scooters are the first of up to 100 expected in the Wenatchee Valley and available to rent through a mobile phone application for Bird Scooters.

DRYDEN — A proposed development application for six lots on about 34 acres of a pear orchard in Dryden has been approved by the Chelan County hearing examiner.

WENATCHEE — Link Transit's electric fleet of buses is about to get larger with the purchase of eight 30-foot buses and another three 35-foot buses on order — boasting cheaper operating costs and better range.

WENATCHEE — When girls on the Wenatchee High School softball team left a bench area not big enough to hold players and equipment at their March 22 home game, they stepped into the batter’s box, heard their names announced on a portable speaker and looked out to a temporary outfield fence.

WENATCHEE — The Women’s Service League of North Central Washington is holding a “Touch-a-Truck” fundraising event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Wenatchee College. The first hour is a designated quiet hour.

What a pleasure to be back visiting and learning at our five free Third Saturdays in the Garden events this season! Whether you’re a regular visitor to our Community Education Garden (CEG) or if you haven’t yet checked it out, take a look at our educational series for 2022 and mark these dat…

WENATCHEE — It’s not yet clear why a man killed by police Saturday went to Living Hope Community Church in Wenatchee and opened fire on a doorway.

“A lot of the investigation is circled right around that question,” Douglas County Undersheriff Tyler Caille said Monday. He added, “What’s the reason, if any? Or was it just random?”

WENATCHEE — "Everyone likes a parade," said John Skoglun atop a 1966 Ford truck which had been repurposed — fitted with couches, a reclining chair and flagpole — for his family to enjoy the Saturday's 2022 Washington State Apple Blossom Stemilt Grand Parade.