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Replay a video chat with Jonathan Martin and mental-health experts about what's troubling the state's system of care at Josh Paquette was squeezed between a messy divorce and a bad reaction to prescription drugs when he walked into Harrison Medical Center in Bremerton last winter.
This week, shipments by the region's growers hit 23.4 million boxes to surpass the previous record of 23.1 million set in 2012, said B.J. Thurlby, president of Northwest Cherry Growers.
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H. Leslie "Les" Carpenter passed away quietly at home on Saturday, August 16, 2014, in the presence of family and caregivers.
Rushing Rivers is the new label for all Stemilt Growers LLC conventional pears, as the company brings attention to the fruit from one of the world's premier growing regions.
The Wenatchee School District has agreed to a settlement that will compensate the high school teacher who presided over a P.E. class in which a student drowned in 2011 while keeping him from returning to his teaching and coaching position at the school.
A group of girls gathered at the Waters family home for an end-of-summer party in May 2010 to celebrate the start of seventh grade, and the over-eager family pooch wanted in on it.
Wenatchee FIDO will hold a Pack Walk at 9 a.m. Saturday. All dogs and their people are invited to meet in the parking lot behind Pybus Public Market.
The council voted 6-0 at its meeting Monday, Aug. 18, to once again extend its six-month moratorium on marijuana growers, processors and retailers.
A 2-year-old girl suffered leg injuries when she was run over by a utility trailer while her relatives were doing work at the Saint Pius X Catholic Church in Quincy on Monday.
Wenatchee-area residents have the option of attending two different regional fairs.
Lee Siler and Stanley Liebing were married Aug. 21, 1964, in East Wenatchee. They lived in several cities during his career with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, having spent the majority of time in Spokane.
Cinder, the 18-month-old bear cub rescued from the Carlton Complex Fire near Wenatchee, is improving, Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care says.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 04:47 am
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