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Photo By Mike Maltais
  Forms have been built and rebar is in place as the initial construction phase of the new Pateros sign begins along the east side of U.S. 97 south of Pateros.      

Photo by Mike Maltais Alvin Hymer opened the Sweet River Bakery in 2002
  PATEROS – Family and friends are mourning the loss of Pateros resident and businessman, Alvin E. Hymer, 74, who drowned in the Methow River, Saturday afternoon, June 1, while attempting to rescue his two dogs from the current. Hymer and his wife were at the river near the confluence McFarland...
  WELLS DAM/WINDSOR HILL - On July 1, 2017, at 1930 hours the Chelan County Sheriff’s Office received a report of an overdue aircraft which had left the Chelan airport at 0630 hours.  It was thought the aircraft, with two occupants on board, was heading towards north Douglas County or Okanogan...
BREWSTER - Our next general  meeting is Wednesday, July 5, at 9:00 am at the Gamble Fitness Center downtown Brewster. We will have plenty of chairs this time. We apologize for not having enough for the nice turn out last month.

Lisa Bees is five minutes from East Wenatchee going towards Orondo on SR2.
DOUGLAS COUNTY -- In an exclusive interview with NCW Media, Lisa Bee’s Bistro, Bakery and Produce Market owner Lisa Stanton said her social media accounts have been overwhelmed with an outpouring of community support after her namesake establishment was burglarized June 14. “We are 99 percent sure...

Engineer, Mike Meskimen of Gray and Osborne Consulting Engineers in Yakima, updated council on the sidewalk improvement project along Foster Creek Avenue from 26th Street to State Route 17.
BRIDGEPORT – The city council held a public hearing and first reading for Bridgeport’s Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) at its regular monthly meeting last Wednesday, June 21, and voted to move the plan forward. Members discussed and approved amendments to the city’s Comprehensive Plan (CP) and...

Gary Ogden, urged Pateros City Council members to consider an ordinance to lower the speed limit on U.S. 97 passing through town by five miles an hour, from 45 to 40 mph in the interest of public safety and pedestrian crossing.
PATEROS – Resident Gary Odgen appeared before the city council at its regular monthly meeting Monday, June 19, to lobby for a reduction of the speed limit on U.S. Highway 97 passing through the Pateros city limits from 45 miles per hour to 40 mph. Odgen argued that reducing the speed by five mph...
BREWSTER – Brewster will be the center of the local universe on Tuesday, July 4, as the Chamber of Commerce and Brewster Boys and Girls Club (BBGC) variously hosts a parade, free swim, vendors in Columbia Cove Park and fireworks at sunset. The Chamber will sponsor a free swim at the Brewster pool...
PATEROS – The Pateros Chamber of Commerce and Alta Lake Golf Resort’s annual golf tournament will be held at the Alta Lake Golf Resort this Friday, June 30, with a 1 p.m. shotgun start. Interested parties can learn more by logging on to www.altalakegolf.com or calling (509) 923-2359. This year...

Arnold Cleveland entertained on guitar on Saturday, June 24 in Pateros. it was a busy weekend with city wide garage sales, a salmon barbecue, the 5th annual Pateros River Run, live music, fireworks and more.
PATEROS – The temperature may have been rising but nobody seemed to notice during a weekend of cool events in Memorial Park and city-wide that had something for just about everyone from Friday, through Sunday, June 23-25. If the near three-dozen garage sales scattered from Pryor Drive to Alta Lake...

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