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Wenatchee Wild Earn Weekend Sweep
The Wild did a good job of making that impression Saturday night, following up Friday’s 3-2 shootout win against the Cranbrook Bucks with a 4-2 victory and earning a sweep against the conference’s second-place team.
Wild Rattle Off Six Unanswered Goals To Surge Past Coquitlam Saturday, 6-3
Wenatchee erased a three-goal deficit in less than a three-minute span Saturday at Town Toyota Center, eventually rattling off six unanswered goals in a 6-3 victory over the Express, as the Wild earned their 20th victory of the season. Written by Austin Draude.
Team Welcomes Largest Crowd in the Past Two Years For “Hockey Fights Cancer” Night
Written by Wenatchee Wild Media Relations & Broadcast Manager Austin Draude
Shooting threat against Quincy School District
Green says there's no evidence the threat is credible, but police are erring on the side of caution with extra patrols today and next week.
Workers across Washington State are getting a raise
On January 1st, the minimum wage increased to $15.74 per hour...that's a raise of $1.25 from last year.
City of Wenatchee celebrates community impact
The city partners with the North Central Washington Equity Alliance and the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center to highlight community impact work in diversity, equity and inclusion.
Link Transit To Negotiate For Electric Buses With European Company
General manager Richard Derock has been given the green light by the board to negotiate a deal with electric bus manufacturer, Ebusco.
Follow the Campaign Money for Chelan County Elections
Two of the top campaign fundraisers are Chelan County Commissioner candidate Anne Hessburg, who raised $81,164, and current Chelan County Sheriff Brian Burnett, who raised up to $88,507.
Wenatchee Wild Announce New Play By Play Voice
The Wenatchee Wild announced the hiring of Austin Draude as the team’s new Media Relations, Broadcast Manager and radio voice of the Wild. Draude will handle play by play coverage for Wild games starting October 28th, which comes one week after the first home game of the season at the Town Toyota Center. Wenatc...
Moses Lake Woman Falls Into Canal, Dies
(Moses Lake, WA) -- The Grant County Sheriff's Office is reporting the death of a Moses Lake woman who passed away after falling into an irrigation canal three miles east of Royal City. Authorities say this happened Sunday afternoon around 12:45 when the woman, identified as 46-year-old Brigetta Delgado, was trying to rescue a dog that had fallen into the canal off Dodson Road SW near Road 12 SW.