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Douglas County PUD power headed to McNeil Canyon

ORONDO – Douglas County PUD power is coming soon to residents of McNeil Canyon and the vicinity of Beebe Bridge, and with it comes a power even greater – the power of the vote.

Boston Marathon moves Wenatchee runners

BOSTON — RunWenatchee's Joel Rhyner didn't know what to totally expect during the 119th Boston Marathon. He knew it would be an amazing experience running the legendary race. But what happened Monday overwhelmed him.

Wow factor

Corset company reshapes Elks Lodge into fun, high-tech haven

Stemilt Creek Bridge replacement starts Tuesday

WENATCHEE -- Through access to Stemilt Creek Road will be blocked from Tuesday through May 6 while a Chelan County contract crew replaces the span of Stemilt Creek Bridge.

No one injured in Soap Lake area shooting

A 48-year-old Soap Lake man was in the Grant County Jail Sunday after he fired multiple rounds from a rifle inside and outside his home earlier on Sunday, Grant County sheriff's deputies say.

Mystery waste

Taylor Simpson, Vancouver, tries to determine the contents of an old apple juice container that was dropped off at the county-wide Solid Waste of Douglas County Department's household waste collection event at the East Wenatchee City Hall on Saturday, April 18, 2015. This is the third hazardous-waste event for Douglas County this year.

Woman burned in Chelan RV fire

CHELAN -- A woman visiting Chelan from outside the area suffered burns to her arms and shoulders Thursday night when she entered a burning recreational vehicle to try to put out a fire.

Carlton Complex Fires 2014: The recovery continues

This week’s column on recovery from last summer’s largest wildfire in Washington’s history focuses on some opportunities for fire survivors, and ways that people can help by offering housing to volunteers, attending a benefit concert or giving a donation.