• Wild lose Saturday
    The Wenatchee Wild's best of five playoff series against the Fairbanks Ice Dogs is tied up at one game apiece after the Wild lost Saturday 4-2...
  • Wildflowers blooming
    April showers bring May flowers, but you don't have to wait to enjoy the wildflowers blooming in the foothills...
  • Pedestrian Bridge Closure
    People who use the Pedestrian Bridge over the Wenatchee River may have to alter their workout plans this week...
  • Temporary Car Tab Fee Extension?
    Wenatchee officials say the city is woefully under-funding the budget to maintain and repair the city's 256 lane miles of roads.During last week's work session the city council was told that while the $20 car tab fee has helped pay for street preservation projects, it's not enough...
  • Paving project open house
    An open house on a $3.7 million paving project between Omak and Okanogan is set for this week. According to the State Department of Transportation crews will pave over six miles of State Route 215 from US 97 in Omak through Okanogan to the junction with State Route 20, and two miles from the S.R. 155 Spur. The project, which starts Monday in Okanogan also includes extensive pedestrian improvements. An open house to learn about the project and its impacts is set for Wednesday evening from 5-30 to seven in Okanogan, at the DOT's maintenance facility conference room, 28862 Highway 97. Project Engineer Kevin Waligorski says while they've tried to reduce the impacts, with an average daily traffic count of 13,000 vehicles in that corridor, the project will affect both communities from now through Labor Day.
  • Distracted driving
    A teenage driver learned the hard way that talking or texting on a phone are not the only ways to get into trouble while behind the wheel...
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