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A map of the Steven's Pass accident area (Photo contributed by Davis Law)
       Local hotspot for snow sports, former owned by Stevens Pass Mountain Resort and now under new ownership with Vail Resorts, Stevens Pass Ski Area is facing a lawsuit.     Davis Law Group, P.S. has filed a lawsuit against Stevens Pass Mountain Report after a February 2018 incident led to an...
    Most of us don't picture a teen pacing the halls with tasks of the state Capitol, however the Page Program is a program that allows those between the ages of 14 and 16 to be a House Page. Representative Keith Goehner is a familiar face for Chelan County residents and he's encouraging students...

This is a reserved stall in Lot P4. There are still 14 open spaces for those wanting to purchase permits. (Photo credit: Kalie Drago)
    Five minutes late to work, coffee getting cold in the cup holder and no parking space to squeeze into - Leavenworth employees and employers alike have voiced frustration over the lack of parking to the city of Leavenworth. No one likes to start their 9-5, circling a parking lot and playing the...
    While living amongst a beautiful landscape clearly has more pros than cons, there are some setbacks that come with the idyllic backdrop of our home. There are some wildfire issues that arise in the Leavenworth community that impacts Leavenworth residents either directly or indirectly.     The...

The 2019 Empty Bowls Glazing Days were well attended, and a wonderful way for old and new friends to connect and create (Photo credit: Linda Claeson)
    Located just a hop, jump and a skip away from downtown Leavenworth is the well known and appreciated staple in the community - the Community Cupboard, the local food bank. The annual fundraiser, Empty Bowls Festival - that's been a yearly provider for helping fund the Community Cupboard and...

Maren Peterson, who finished first in the Kids 1K race, sports a pink crayon shirt. Photo by Al Stover/Echo
Skiers of all ages came out to the Leavenworth Fish Hatchery on Jan. 26 for the annual Kick Your Sticks For Cancer event. Kick Your Sticks For Cancer, previously known as Chicks on Sticks for a number of years, raised funds as well as promoted cancer awareness. In the beginning, the event was only...
    After nearly three and a half hours, the January 22 city council meeting adjourned. In those 90 and then some minutes, naturally a lot of discussion and action unfolded in city hall.     The room was initially full of Leavenworth residents there to voice concern, anger and frustration over the...

A glimpse of the standing room only, packed Jan. 22 city council meeting (Photo by Bill Forhan)
    Snow fell rapidly, the roads grew slick and the temperature dropped - however the weather didn't keep Leavenworth residents subsided. The January 22 city council meeting was a full house so much to the extent, the meeting was standing room only. An impressive number of people joined their...

Pictured is Attorney General Bob Ferguson with Rotary Club president Penny Carpenter
    Attorney General Bob Ferguson came to speak at  the Leavenworth Rotary club meeting on January 18 at Kristall's.     Over plates of cobb salad, bowls of clam chowder and glasses of iced tea, Ferguson explained what his job pertains of, how it effects the people of Washington state and even...

Cashmere Valley Bank in Cashmere (Photo by Kalie Drago)
Many of us eye our bank accounts eagerly when we expect the direct deposit from our 9-5. However on Friday, January 11 federal employees missed the first pay day due to the government shutdown.     Federal workers currently on hiatus, due to the infamous wall and the debate surrounding it, is not...

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