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Weed warriors fight invasive species
Ed Myer dressed to kill ... weeds, that is.
Many of us are used to the sight of Dr. Ed Myer walking the roadside, eradicating weeds.

He has been at this for at least 30 years. He will tell you he likes being outdoors and the satisfaction of making a difference.

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...
Arbor Day: Tree lovers line up
On Saturday, April 23 the Arbor Day tree and shrub pick-up took place at Martin's Market with great anticipation and approval from the tree-loving public, according to many of the shoppers and volunteers.
Wednesday, April 27, 2016 More...
Wyss plans to follow in 12th Woman's road mark
For Gebbers Farms executive Jon Wyss, wanting to replace the longtime incumbent Linda Evans-Parlette as the new senator from Washington's 12th District, is a natural culmination of his life's work thus far.
Wednesday, April 27, 2016 More...
Wenatchee Naturalist volunteers earn kudos for 6,341 hours
On Sunday, April 17, at a potluck held at the Chelan County PUD, Susan Ballinger, instructor for Wenatchee Naturalist, a course teaching about the unique ecology of the greater Wenatchee Valley, presented award pins to volunteers for hours served since the inception of the course.
Wednesday, April 20, 2016 More...
Hawkins seeks Parlette's Senate seat
CHELAN - State Rep. Brad Hawkins (R-East Wenatchee) will seek election to the State Senate seat that will become vacant after Sen. Linda Evans Parlette's retirement later this year.
Wednesday, April 20, 2016 More...
Friends, co-workers retire together
Dr. Patricia Ortiz has been a Peshastin resident for 60 years and a doctor at Confluence Health for nearly 30 years with the last three at the Confluence Cashmere Clinic. Family Nurse Practitioner Jill LaRue has spent her entire career, 27 years, at the Cashmere clinic. The two became friends and now are both retiring next week.
Wednesday, April 20, 2016 More...
County Auditor mails school bond ballots
Ballots for the April 26 special election asking voters whether to approve the 20-year, $12.4 million bond for the Cashmere School District are in the mail.
Wednesday, April 13, 2016 More...
Sen. Parlette gives notice
Sen. Linda Evans Parlette intends to bring her legislative career to a close after 20 years of service to the 12th Legislative District. Parlette plans to step away when her fourth Senate term ends in early 2017.

She announced the decision on April 11.

Wednesday, April 13, 2016 More...
Vale: 'Bursting at the seams'
Over the past four years the number of students at Cashmere's Vale Elementary School has steadily increased, creating the need for more classrooms.

The proposed bond on the April 26 ballot, if approved, would fund six new classrooms at the elementary school and allow for modernization of Cashmere High School.

The estimated cost of the additions to Vale is $2.1 million. The estimated cost of the modernization of the high school is $21.5 million. Of the total $23.6 million bond, $12.4 will be raised locally. The state will match that with $11.2 million.

Wednesday, April 6, 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...

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