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Here is the solution to the crossword puzzle published in the April 27 issue.

Derby winners
Cub Pack 1 had a great day of racing Pinewood Derby cars on Saturday.
Wednesday, April 27, 2016 More...


Young joins Cashmere Clinic
Physician's Assistant Christie Young has been transferred to Confluence Health's Cashmere Clinic, 303 Cottage Ave. from the East Wenatchee Clinic where she has been seeing patients for wound care and pediatric issues. She is a graduate of the MEDEX Northwest Physician Assistant Program through the University of Washington in Seattle.
Wednesday, April 27, 2016 More...
City pool project heats up
As part of the pool improvement project, the city will install four new heat pumps to heat the pool more efficiently than the current system.

The new $58,000 heat pumps, paid for by the Chelan County Public Utility District, will save the city $7,000 to $9,000 annually in pool heating costs, said Mark Botello, director of planning and zoning for Cashmere.

Wednesday, April 6, 2016 More...
Riverside Center gets facelift
The Cashmere City Council selected a contractor to paint and complete minor repairs at the Riverside Center.

Eastside Home Improvements will clean up the exterior of the center by power washing, sanding, applying stain and paint to walls and window sills.

Wednesday, April 6, 2016 More...
Imperato accepts post as chamber manager
The Cashmere Chamber of Commerce's new manager, Gina Imperato, has been on the job for just over a week and is excited for the next year.

"Right now I am eager for the year to go by so I have a better idea of what is in store," Imperato said. "I'm looking forward to a year from now."

Wednesday, March 23, 2016 More...
Listen to the music
Four times a year the Riverside Community Center in Cashmere is filled with bluegrass music thanks to the efforts of Cashmere Community Concerts.

"Our mission is to bring affordable acoustic music to the area," said Marie Vecchio, Cashmere Community Concerts supervisor. "It is a labor of love and our gift to the community."

Founded in 2001, Cashmere Community Concerts organizes the annual bluegrass festival in Cashmere, held the third week in June, and works to bring nationally recognized musicians to Cashmere.

Wednesday, March 23, 2016 More...
Schools & Sports

Track teams take third at Saturday's home invite
The Bulldog girls team and the boys team both finished third in the 45th Annual Cashmere Invitational track meet Saturday, April 16.
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Bulldogs drop double headers against Cle Elum, Zillah
The Cashmere Bulldogs softball team lost all four of its games this past week, dropping two to Cle Elum on Saturday March 26 and then two to Zillah on Tuesday March 29.

Against Zillah, Cashmere lost the first game 3-2 and the second 18-13 in eight innings.

Wednesday, April 6, 2016 More...
Tennis teams pick up wins, experience
The Bulldog tennis teams beat Pateros at home last Friday, lost to Ephrata last Wednesday and at Okanogan on Tuesday the boys won and the girls lost.

On Friday, the girls won all five of their matches and the boys won four out of five against Pateros.

At the girls number one doubles Aidan Darlington and Alex Gonzalez won two of their matches 6-3 and 6-2. The pair dropped their first match 6-4.

Wednesday, March 30, 2016 More...
Wallace named JV softball coach
The Cashmere Bulldog's junior varsity softball team has a new coach this season, Holly Wallace.

This is the first time Wallace has coached high school girls but she does have coaching experience. She coached girls age 9 through 12 in softball with the Greater Wenatchee Girls Softball Association for several years.

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Overpowering pitching quenches Bulldog bats
The Cashmere Bulldogs, after sweeping the first six games of the season, lost on Tuesday, March 29, to the Overlake Owls then split a doubleheader against Medical Lake on Saturday.

On Tuesday against Overlake, the Bulldog bats were overpowered by the Owls' pitching. Cashmere had only three hits in the first six innings, with 10 strikeouts. After the starting pitcher left the mound, Cashmere was able to get four hits in the final inning, but it was not enough and the Bulldogs lost 8-4.

Sophomore Garrett Tarver lead the offense going 3-3 with an RBI. Junior Tanner Van Lith went 2-4 with a double and senior Parker Landdeck went 2-4 with an RBI.

On Saturday, against Medical Lake, Cashmere won the first game 3-1 and lost the second 7-4.

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Business News

WSU offers full-immersion Spanish course
Have you ever wanted to learn Spanish so badly that you thought maybe you would have to go south of the border and just live there for a while, forcing yourself to learn? That opportunity exists right here in Wenatchee.
Wednesday, April 20, 2016 More...
Sheriff's report

Sheriff offers water safety tips
As the warm spring weather draws people to water, the Chelan County Sheriff's Office offers a reminder that rivers and lakes can be dangerous this time of year.

The water can be high, swift and cold as mountain snowpack melts, making hypothermia a real risk.

Wednesday, April 20, 2016 More...

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