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Ellie Goulding
Wed APR 23rd, 2014
Paramount Theater
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 The Wanted
 Sat APR 26, 2014
 Showbox SoDo
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ALOE BLACC
SAT, May 17, 2014
Emerald Queen Casino

 
CHRISTINA PERRI
Sat, MAY 24th, 2014
Seattle's Neptune Theater
 

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  • Human Skull Found In Front Yard
    It's not a happy ending, but authorities believe they've found the remains of a man who went missing in the Twisp area two years ago. The Okanogan County Sheriff's office believes the remains are that of 21-year old Nicholas Tortora of Twisp.  Chief Deputy Dave Rodriguez says authorities were tipped off about the bones when Twisp Police Chief Paul Budrow noticed a human skull in his front yard. Budrow lives four miles south of Twisp off highway 153. Deputies later combed the area and found more human bones a half mile south from Budrow's property in a heavily wooded area. But as to why Tortora disappeared, Rodriguez says foul play has been ruled out.  An autopsy to determine the exact cause of death has not yet been scheduled.       
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    The retail trade sector boosted the jobless rate in Chelan and Douglas counties last month.  Data released from the state employment security department showed that 8% of resident living in the two county area were without work...
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  • Wild Lose Game Three
    The Wenatchee Wild returns home after dropping two of three games in their NAHL Midwest Division championship series against the Fairbanks Ice Dogs.   Chris Hansen reports on last night's action .     
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