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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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  • Wenatchee School Board Reinstates Ed Knaggs
    The Wenatchee School Board has opted not to appeal a judge's ruling to reinstate fired high school P-E Instructor and Coach Ed Knaggs.    The Board's action was taken following a closed-door executive session on Wednesday...
  • Chelan County Sheriff Defends Deputies Accused of Dishonesty
    Chelan County Sheriff Brian Burnett appears confident that recent revelations concerning deputy dishonesty won't compromise the integrity of his department.   It was recently disclosed in court documents that five deputies had lied during investigations...
  • Wild Win OT Thriller Saturday
    Wenatchee, WA. – Omar Mullan fired home a goal late in overtime to send the Wenatchee Wild past the Minnesota Wilderness 1-0, in the fifth and deciding game of the NAHL’s Midwest Division semifinals Saturday at the Town Toyota Center. “That’s an exciting one” said Wenatchee Wild Head Coach Bliss Littler. “Awful proud of the effort of all our boys. Winning game five and winning it in overtime is awful special, the kids will remember that their whole life.” On the play of his goaltender, Littler said “We told Chase Perry last night he was going to have to outplay their goaltender and you know what? Those two kids put on a show. That’s as good of goaltending I’ve seen in a long time in junior hockey.” The Wild outshot the Wilderness 54-48. Perry made 48 saves, Kasimir Kaskisuo had 53 saves for Minnesota. Wenatchee will now face the Fairbanks Ice Dogs in the Midwest Division finals, with the series starting next Friday and Saturday in Fairbanks.
  • New WHS A.D.?
    Wenatchee High School is another step closer to naming a new athletic director. In a news release Saturday, High School principal Bob Celebrezze announced that he has recommended James Beeson for the A.D. position. Beeson was the top choice out of more than 50 people who applied for the position. Beeson has been the assistant principal at Kenai Central High School in Alaska for the past six years, after spending five years as their Activities Director. Beeson has also spent nearly 20 years as a teacher and football, boys and girls basketball and track coach. Beeson would replace current A.D. B.J. Kuntz, who has accepted the Dean of Students position at Wenatchee High School.
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