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Mission Ridge adds even more days this season!

Even more days have been added to the calendar so you can get out on the mountain and enjoy the great spring conditions! Daily operations will now continue through April 4th. This is the first time in 21 years we have been open for daily operations into April! Two full weeks worth of days have been added to the calendar this season so you can enjoy the great snowpack and the…

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Run Wenatchee announces 2021 schedule

RunWenatchee is feeling grateful following long pandemic layoff. Horse Lake and Red Devil are back and so are our runners! RunWenatchee is happy to report a steady stream of runners have been signed up for the May 8 Horse Lake Trail Runs in the Wenatchee Foothills and the June 5 Red Devil Trail Runs in the Wenatchee National Forest south of Cashmere. RunWenatchee is grateful for this support and eager…

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Sasquatch has made Mission Ridge his home

By Hannah Joss We always suspected that Sasquatch lived in Washington. Now we know he’s made Wenatchee his home. The Mission Ridge Yeti is an 11-foot-tall sculpture at the top of the ski resort made by three Wenatchee artists. Constructed with steel tubing and covered with a thick layer of rusted chains, he can either be a brown-haired Sasquatch or a snow-covered Yeti – it just depends on the season.…

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Chris Daniels Winery is definitely a family affair

Making wine for Chris Daniel Winery is a real family affair, especially since Chris lives in Napa, California. Teamwork is how Chris and his dad, Mike Stewart of Quincy, produce their fabulous wine. Chris learned about grape growing from his dad, Mike, who is a vineyard and orchard consultant for over 20 years. Chris pursued his dream of becoming a winemaker through studies at WSU’s viticulture and enology program. After working in and learning about…

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Bring Downtown Wenatchee to Your Sweetheart this Valentine’s Day

Whether you’re loving on your significant other, your gal pals or your family this Valentine’s Day, Wenatchee has made sure you can bring some special downtown delights home to them. Enjoy heavy apps, wine and a sweet treat for two  The Downtown Association of Wenatchee has put together a customizable date night package for Saturday February 13th . Say “I love you” with a selection of gourmet bites, wines from…

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Meet The Winemaker

Seth Cohen is one busy guy. Seth is winemaker for one of North Central Washington’s oldest and most established wineries, Stemilt Creek Winery, as well as wine and cider maker for Archibald James, one of the newer winery and cideries in our area.  Archibald James is located at 617 Front Street in Leavenworth. Seth has worked 20 years in the grape and wine industry, receiving his MS and PhD at…

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What’s up with those fat tire bikes?

This post was written by Joel Augustine of 509 Cycles Fat biking is an exhilarating feeling that gets your serotonin levels to a new high. The sense of peacefulness out on the trail while floating on top of the snow is like no other. Imagine you’re riding on top of the snow (crazy thought already) and then you’re out in the woods when the white on the ground contrasts with…

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Explore Unique Hand-Picked Children’s Items in Downtown Wenatchee

“We need to support small and local especially right now because it’s a corner stone of our community.” Starting a business at any time is risky, especially now during a pandemic. That didn’t stop Kellie Lillybridge who opened up The Original Children’s Shop in downtown Wenatchee in late October 2020. Kellie saw that a boutique children’s store was missing from the Wenatchee market. Coming from a line of hard-working women…

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Want to enjoy restaurants indoors in the fall and rescue the economy?

Throughout the pandemic, thousands of restaurants across the state have reinvented their business models to continue serving food and comfort with safety. Throughout the summer, this has included outdoor dining, which has been a lifeline for many of our restaurants. But as summer turns to fall, wind, rain and cooler weather will return, and restaurants will lose the option for outdoor seating. If our state’s COVID-19 cases remain above 25…

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Inslee issues guidance for museums, bowling and agritourism; updates guidance for outdoor recreation

Gov. Jay Inslee today, August 20, 2020, announced an updated guidance as part of Washington's Safe Start phased reopening plan. “We have worked with stakeholders for weeks and sometimes months to arrive at these guidelines. We continue to balance the need for activities that contribute to physical, mental, and emotional well-being with the steps needed to control the virus. Our ability to reopen depends on every Washingtonian doing their part…

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