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This Afternoon

Hi70° Mostly Sunny


Lo45° Mostly Cloudy


Hi61° Breezy

Tuesday Night

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Hi54° Slight Chc Showers

Wednesday Night

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Hi57° Sunny

Thursday Night

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Friday Night

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Dummies rule on downhill runs

The 15th annual Dummy Downhill took place Saturday afternoon at Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort.

State Parks offers free use days

NCW – Washington State Parks around the state are free to visit this Saturday, and on April 22, which is Earth Day.

North Cascades Highway may open Friday

WINTHROP -- Until the North Cascades Highway opens to through traffic -- possibly Friday -- bicyclists have a unique opportunity to ride the plowed section of the eastern slope.

Cougar killed after trying to enter dog door

WINTHROP – A young male cougar was shot and killed after it prowled around one Winthrop-area residence, then ran to a neighboring home and tried to get in through its dog door two weeks ago.

One injured in Dryden accident

DRYDEN -- A 47-year-old Cashmere man was injured in a two-vehicle accident at 7:05 p.m. Saturday on Highway 2 at Dryden Avenue.

Mariachi in a modern world

WENATCHEE -- A rendition of "Someone Like You," made popular by internationally known singer Adele was scheduled to be one of the highlights of the Mariachi Northwest Festival concert Saturday night at Wenatchee High School.

It’s an Easter Eggstravaganza!

Pacific Crest Church hosted Eggstravaganza at Pybus Public Market on Saturday. If you're looking for an Easter Activity Sunday, the City of East Wenatchee and Fred Meyer are sponsoring an Easter Egg Hunt for children up to age 10 from 2 to 4 p.m. at Eastmont Community Park. Tickets are $1 each and each ticket is good for seven eggs. There will also be free face painting and free goodie bags (while supplies last).

Man slides 70 feet at Peshastin Pinnacles

PESHASTIN -- A 61-year-old man was helped from the Peshastin Pinnacles about 1 p.m. Thursday after he slid about 70 feet from an area known as Sunset Rock.