WENATCHEE — A resentencing hearing Wednesday for a man convicted of a 1994 murder was continued until sometime next year.
SPOKANE — The Spokane County Sheriff’s Office is looking to hire deputies, and its recruitment strategy includes telling potential applicants that they do not need a COVID-19 vaccine to work.
EAST WENATCHEE — Douglas County Fire District 2 responded to a small brush fire at 11:15 p.m. Sunday at 11 Grant Road, near the Fred Meyer department store.
CHELAN — A fire at a two-story home in Chelan destroyed a home at 524 N. Markeson St. on Sunday night, but none of the five residents were injured. The fire, which was reported at 10:25 p.m., threatened nearby homes, but firefighters were able to keep it contained to the single structure, sa…
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EAST WENATCHEE — The Eastmont School Board has approved an agreement with East Wenatchee that provides the district with a school resource officer.
WENATCHEE — Chelan County Public Works will host another presentation and take questions on the upcoming Knowles Road improvement project from 5 to 6 p.m. Nov. 4.
WENATCHEE — People interested in working in law enforcement or corrections can register for the public safety testing event this Saturday morning, the first step safety agencies require in the hiring process.
WENATCHEE — A former Wenatchee resident convicted of the grisly murder of 21-year-old man will be resentenced after a high court ruled youthfulness must be considered when imposing a sentence of life without the possibility of parole.
A bulldozer hauls a power pole up a hillside Thursday, Sept. 30, 2021, burned in the Red Apple Fire earlier this summer. Chelan County PUD crews are busy replacing and repairing infrastructure damaged in the fire that scorched over 12,000 acres.
LEAVENWORTH — Replacing four 52-year-old power poles along the Old Pipeline Bed Trail in Tumwater Canyon next Wednesday will mean low-flying helicopters and, possibly, traffic delays.
WENATCHEE — Fire hazard designations expired Friday in Chelan County’s unincorporated areas, ending restrictions to small burn piles and travel.
EAST WENATCHEE — The Douglas County Fire District 2 Board tapped Ettore Castellente to fill a vacant commissioner position.
WATERVILLE — October trial dates for the man accused of a 2018 Rock Island homicide will be reset after a judge on Tuesday granted a motion to stay pending an appeal.
EAST WENATCHEE — Police are asking the public to avoid a busy East Wenatchee strip mall after a store employee found a suspicious package.
COLLIERVILLE, Tenn. — One person was killed and at least 12 were injured when a lone gunman opened fire on Thursday at a supermarket in suburban Memphis, Tennessee, before the suspect was found dead from an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound, the police chief said.
WENATCHEE — Police are investigating a Tuesday night alleyway garbage fire near Liberty Cinema on South Mission Street, which they suspect to have been arson.
DRYDEN — Two Peshastin residents are dead after a collision Wednesday on Highway 2/97.
EAST WENATCHEE — The Eastmont School District is one step closer to getting a school resource officer after the City Council approved an agreement between the district and the police department.
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LEAVENWORTH — Tumwater Canyon, between Leavenworth and Coles Corner will be closed to traffic Wednesday to allow work crews to complete winter-prep maintenance projects.
EAST WENATCHEE — Sen. Brad Hawkins endorsed a fireworks ban in East Wenatchee Monday morning in a letter to Mayor Jerrilea Crawford and city council members.
EAST WENATCHEE — Chief Brian Brett of Chelan County Fire District 1 says he supports a fireworks ban in East Wenatchee.
WINTHROP — A flash flood watch is in effect for the Methow Valley until noon Saturday due to forecasted heavy rains.
EAST WENATCHEE — Two 12-year-old boys were arrested Thursday for allegedly bringing an airsoft gun and a knife to Sterling Intermediate School earlier this week.
CHELAN — All evacuation levels related to the Twentyfive Mile Fire were lifted Monday at noon, according to Chelan County Emergency Management.
WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee School Board will move its meetings online after receiving a “credible threat” against board members, the school district announced.
CHELAN — Crews on the Twentyfive Mile Fire north of Chelan are expected to continue burnout operations aimed at stopping the fire from spreading east.