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  • Wild Lose Friday
    Posted Friday, 09-19-14 On day three at the NAHL Showcase Tournament in Blaine, Minnesota the Wenatchee Wild lost 2-to-nothing to the Corpus Christi Ice Rays and ex-Wenatchee head coach John Bechanic...
  • Wenatchee Council to Streamline College Expansion Planning Process
    Posted Friday 9/19/14   The future expansion of Wenatchee Valley College was discussed last night by the Wenatchee City Council.    Mayor Frank Kuntz says the City Council is considering creating a special overlay for the College to streamline the land use planning process...
  • Four Suspects Arrested in Wenatchee Car Arsons
    Wenatchee Police have four suspects in custody in connection with three cars that were allegedly set ablaze this morning.   Captain Kevin Dresker says it started around 2 this morning when officers were called out to a disturbance at a local tavern where a fight broke out ...
  • Salmon Festival
    Posted Thursday, 09-18-14 Nearly a quarter of a century and still "swimming strong". The Wenatchee River Salmon Festival celebrates its 24th anniversary this year and officials say it is even more fun and vibrant than last year. Organizer Corky Broaddus says one of the highlights is the Native American Encampment. listen here Broaddus, who's been involved in the Festival since it's inception, says there are lots of fun hands on events for kids and adults. listen here Schools from around the region have been taking in the event at the Leavenworth National Fish Hatcher for the past couple of days. The free event is open to the general public Saturday from 10am to 5p.m.
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