I am a native Californian but have lived in the Northwest since my teens so my roots are here now. It's been a great place to raise a family and now that my kids are grown, my Labradoodle and our three cats are the "kids" we dote on. I am a sports fan, especially the Seahawks! I love movies, music and BBQ. I actually have a Traeger pellet smoker, a Big Green Egg and a Weber charcoal grill but don't get to use them enough, sadly. I would say my favorite activity is travel, again not enough time to do much these days! If I could live anywhere that I have visited, it would be Kauai in Hawaii. That place just makes me feel better and i can't wait to visit again. I hope that gives you a glimpse into my background and thanks for looking me up!
Wenatchee Wild Win Another Game With Record Shootout
The Cranbrook Bucks battled back from a three-goal deficit at the intermission but the Wild prevailed 5-4 in a 13-round shootout and reset an 11-year-old record for the longest regular-season contest in team history.
Littler’s Hat Trick Keys Wenatchee Wild Win
Wenatchee Wild Forward Cade Littler, playing in his 100th British Columbia Hockey League game got a hat trick, as the Wild scored a 7-4 win over the Merritt Centennials. The victory earned two critical standings points in a constantly-tightening Interior Conference race.
Arch Ecker Honored As BCHL Voice Of The Year
PHOTO: Arch Ecker raises the British Columbia Hockey League’s Fred Page Cup overhead as general manager Bliss Littler (right) looks on in 2018. Ecker was unanimous choice by BCHL broadcasters as the league’s Jim Hughson Broadcaster of the Year. (Photo credit: ...
Golf Season Fundraisers in Full Swing
Nevonne McDaniels, Cascade Medical Foundation administrator says proceeds will be directed to help purchase equipment and provide training for a Cardiac Rehabilitation Center at Cascade Medical Center in Leavenworth
A Shopping Event That Gives Back to Wenatchee
The evena major fundraiser for Women's Service League of North Central Washington. The 2021 event raised $75,000 which the organization distributes to other community non-profit organizations with a shared vision of helping individuals, particularly women and children
James Byrd of Wenatchee is Senate Page
The Senate Page Program is open to Washington students between the ages of 14 and 16. Pages spend a week working in Olympia, WA assisting lawmakers. Pages also attend classes learning about state government, parliamentary procedure and the legislative process.
Mayors Update: East Wenatchee
The Mayor said concerns about single family R-1 neighborhoods being drastically altered with new duplexes replacing single family homes or an influx of ADU's would be a matter addressed through code compliance.
Wenatchee Wild Outscore Hosts 16-2 in Final Road Trip
The Wenatchee Wild completed their final regular season road trip by scoring 16 goals, splitting a pair of games in Merritt and Salmon Arm
Wenatchee Mayor on WA House Vote To Ban Single Family Zoning
In Wenatchee, zoning already exists in many residential areas to permit a duplex or a four-plex behind the house if there's enough room. Design standards require it to look like the neighborhood and fit in with the houses around it.
Has Washington State Registered Foreign Nationals To Vote?
A series of emails from concerned election officials and an immigration attorney have surfaced that reveal an unknown number of foreign nationals have been registered to vote in Washington State, in some cases, non-citizens have tried to refuse registration and alerted officials they are not eligible to vote...