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  • Wenatchee Valley Medical Center Reopens After Lockdown
    After a lock down at the Wenatchee Valley Medical Center for fear that a gunman was in the building turned out to be a false alarm. Shortly before 4:30p.m., a witness described a man wearing a green jacket, entered WVMC's Mares Building carrying what appeared to be a rifle with the stock end of a rifle showing.  The report prompted a lock down of the entire building and a thorough search of the building by police. At about 6p.m...
  • Douglas County Wildfire Evacution Alerts Lifted In Desert Canyon Area
    A lightning-sparked brush fire's threat to structures has diminished prompting the removal of all evacuation alerts.   Late Thursday night and early Friday morning the fire spread to about a thousand acres in Douglas County triggering level two evacuations in the Browns Canyon near the Desert Canyon resort area.   US Forest Service officials say the fire was reported in the 5 oclock hour yesterday...
  • Gorge Amphitheater Economic Impacts Touted
    Nearly 400,000 people attended concerts at The Gorge Amphitheater in 2013, generating $4.6 million in state and local taxes...
  • Settlement Reached in Wenatchee High School Drowning
    The teacher who was in charge of a Wenatchee High School gym class when a student drowned will be paid for two more years to remain on leave.      A settlement was reached this month with Ed Knaggs who was fired over the 2011 drowning but won reinstatement.      he'll be paid about $165,000 to remain on administrative leave through August 2016.      The settlement was approved by the school board and teachers union...
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