This week is my last at the Wenatchee World. Due to some outside circumstances, the time has come for me to leave my adopted home in Washington and return to my family’s home in California. This is not a decision I have come to lightly, but it is one that I feel I have to make at this time. Although there were family and personal reasons that played into it, it was far from an easy choice. That’s because of… Stay with the story. Get full access to The Wenatchee World online for just pennies a day!
BELLINGHAM — In the biggest game of their season so far, the Wenatchee AppleSox put together one of their best team performances to keep themselves firmly in the West Coast League North Division title chase. The AppleSox scored early and often and never looked back Saturday night in an 11-1 win over the Bellingham Bells at Joe Martin Field, evening their regular season-ending series at a game apiece. With the victory, the AppleSox remained alive in the hunt for a… Stay with the story.
LAWRENCE, Kan. — Three high school athletes from the Wenatchee Valley were among the nearly 10,000 athletes who traveled to Rock Chalk Park in Lawrence, Kansas last week to participate in the 51st USATF National Junior Olympic Track and Field Championships. All three placed in the top 15 of at least one event in the women’s 17-18 year old division for Spokane Speed Academy. Wenatchee High School rising junior Skyler Walton ran the third leg in a Spokane 4x100-meter relay… Stay with the story.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Use NOT or - to subtract results from your search. For
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