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Peanut Butter Kid rides again
"Tales of the Peanut Butter Kid, Again" is Peshastin author Larry Wayne Miller's sequel to his first book, which are collections of autobiographical short stories about his childhood of growing up on a farm in Colorado. He held a book release party on Thursday, Dec. 1, at The Henry's - A Gathering Place, 120 Cottage Ave., where he read aloud from his newest book and gave amusing back ground information about his childhood while listeners enjoyed the many kinds of peanut butter treats on offer. His sister, Shirley, was on hand to attest to the veracity of his memories. One of the games offered for the youngsters was to guess the purpose of different objects; one such being a VCR tape, which happened to stump the third grader in attendance. Several area school teachers were present to purchase his books which they read aloud to their classes. They say that Miller's books

'Pin'terest: Cashmere boasts three girl wrestlers
Cashmere High School freshmen Madeleine Fadenrecht and Jenah Green and junior Hunter Duke are the three girls on this year’s wrestling team. For those who don’t know, girls are only allowed to wrestle other girls. Hunter Duke has been wrestling since grade school in the Eastmont School District. Fadenrecht finally got past her father’s protests when she assured him she wouldn’t be wrestling boys. When they go to state, the girls wrestle against all the others regardless of the size classification of the school the girl attends. “If you win state, you have won it against them all and that’s very exciting,” all three girls agreed.
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Cashmere High School's wrestling team can boast about having three girls this year.
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News

City budget: 'Alarming' cutbacks on horizon
The Cashmere City Council minutes of Nov. 14 which were approved at the Nov. 28 council meeting states that although the revenues for the city of Cashmere are pretty much status quo, the following are a few exceptions.
Tuesday, December 6, 2016 More...
Fire department seeks grant for new air tanks
City Planner Mark Botello, in conjunction with Cashmere Fire Chief Matt Brunner, and firefighters Cy Sousley and Chuck Dronen, submitted a grant to FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) for $169,000 to buy 20 SCBA (self contained breathing apparatus.)
Tuesday, December 6, 2016 More...
City postpones full-time school resource officer contract
The Chelan County Sheriff's Office has proposed an Addendum to the Law Enforcement Service Agreement in which the Cashmere School District is asking the city to pay for one-quarter of a full-time deputy to be assigned to the school during school hours.
Tuesday, December 6, 2016 More...
Peanut Butter Kid rides again
"Tales of the Peanut Butter Kid, Again" is Peshastin author Larry Wayne Miller's sequel to his first book, which are collections of autobiographical short stories about his childhood of growing up on a farm in Colorado.
Tuesday, December 6, 2016 More...
Council prepares 2017 city budget
The final budget hearing is at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 28, at Cashmere City Hall, 101 Woodring Ave. The public is welcome to attend. Copies of the preliminary budget are available at city hall.
Tuesday, November 22, 2016 More...
Schools & Sports

School payments get easier
Cashmere parents will have an easier time of paying for school lunches and fees come spring.
Tuesday, December 6, 2016 More...
Boys Basketball Sports Preview 2016/17
Cashmere High School Head Basketball Coach Levi Heyen has been coaching boys basketball going on four years.

Cashmere has a fairly young team this year, experience-wise.

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Cashmere Wrestling Winter Sports Preview
Cashmere High School head wrestling coach Ken Hoyt says that while his team isn't huge, "It's better than what we've seen in the past few years.
Tuesday, December 6, 2016 More...
Winter Sports Preview: Cashmere High School's Cheerleaders and Stunt Team

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Cashmere Girls Basketball Winter Sports Preview
Cashmere High School Head Girls Basketball Coach Brent Darnell is looking forward to an exciting season of coaching both the varsity and junior varsity teams.
Tuesday, December 6, 2016 More...
Business News

Lighting the way
Cold fingers and warm hearts were both hard at work on Sunday as Cashmere Downtown Committee members, John Clifford and Norm Sturm, replaced numerous broken brackets on the light strings that will brighten downtown Cashmere over the holiday.
Tuesday, November 29, 2016 More...
Christmas is coming!
Cashmere Chamber of Commerce Director Gina Imperato and City Planner Mark Botello select Cashmere's Christmas tree from the many grown at Shelton's Christmas Tree Farm, 3085 Mission Creek Road in Cashmere in early November.
Tuesday, November 22, 2016 More...
Branching out

Tuesday, November 29, 2016 More...
New bus stop
The new Mission Avenue bus stop is finished. The
Tuesday, November 8, 2016 More...
Winning moments
Cashmere Rotarian John Bryant checks Sue Gavin's winning ticket for the $1,000 cash drawing at Rotary of Cashmere's annual action on Saturday, Nov. 5.
Tuesday, November 8, 2016 More...
Sheriff's report

Chelan County Sheriff, Fire & EMS Reports: Wednesday, Nov. 9 to Monday, Nov. 14

Tuesday, November 29, 2016 More...
Chelan County Sheriff, Fire & EMS Reports: Thursday, Oct. 20 to Thursday, Oct. 27

Tuesday, November 1, 2016 More...
Chelan County Sheriff, Fire & EMS Reports: Wednesday, Sept. 14-Friday, Sept. 16

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