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Champagne bar pops off in the valley

NIGHT SKIING (copy)

A skier makes their way down the Lower Chak-Chak run under lights during night skiing at Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort in 2009. The resort ramped up its night-skiing operation in 2019 and this year is expanding it again, adding 42 new lights that will allow night skiing from the 6,820-foot summit via the Wenatchee Express chairlift.

Waterville Airport

The Waterville Airport runway, shown here Sept. 1, will get a new lighting system. 

Peshastin development approved

Bergren Tree Fruits LLC is proposing a planned development on about 43 acres of former pear orchard at 8480 Larson Road, Peshastin. The Chelan County Hearing examiner approved the development application in September following an unsuccessful SEPA appeal.

WVMCC concept drawing2 (1).jpg

This conceptual photo shows what the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center Coyote’s Corner might look like. 



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