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The 2024 Upper Valley Empty Bowls Festival just concluded on Thursday, March 21 st .  This long standing festival, this the 28 th season, is only possible because it is loved by our village, and …

Rhona Baron (The Whistle) has written several pieces regarding the current city’s approach to building codes, which have provided misleading facts and incomplete analyses. She and others have …

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Public forum scheduled Attention: Property Tax Payers residing within the Leavenworth City Limits. There is a “Public Forum” on Nov. 7, 6:30 p.m., regarding the (MFTE) Multi-family …

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Seeking support Hi, I am Cindy (Blackburn) Puckett, 65, born and raised in Leavenworth, a full-time employee at Dans Food Market, and I work hard in customer service. I am running for …

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Supporting  Montoya, Williams, and Kendall I felt it imperative to express my support for the current Hospital commissioners at Cascade Medical Center seeking reelection. I am continually …

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Retain Montoya, re-elect Williams I support Gustavo Montoya and Bruce Williams for Hospital Commissioners and hope you will also. I am currently your Board President at Cascade Medical, but I am …

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Supporting Williams and Montoya As a retired hospital executive who has lived in the Leavenworth area for over ten years, I realize how valuable it is to have a well-run quality hospital, …

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Leadership change is overdue Factors to Consider in your Cascade Hospital Commissioner Candidates. Candidates who, in their campaign, address the issues and concerns important to patients, …

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Affordable housing crisis The Upper Valley is a vibrant area comprised of several wonderful communities. Our area will continue to thrive by attracting a diverse and rich set of citizens who can …

As the autumn leaves begin to fall and the days grow shorter, we find ourselves on the cusp of a critical event that affects every one of us: the general election. While the spotlight often shines on …

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Supporting Williams and Montoya Hospital Commissioner is one of those very quiet, unsung elected positions that impact the quality of life in our community in significant ways. Both Bruce …

In a world filled with social media echo chambers, it's all too common to become entrenched in our own beliefs, often leading to stark divisions among us. But what if we could pause for a moment …

Letters to the Editor

Disappointed by parking meters I am very disappointed that Leavenworth decided to install parking meters throughout most of the city.  I believe it is very negative treatment of all our …

As we approach the season of giving, we at Ward Media are excited to bring you stories that truly reflect the spirit of our community. It's that time of year when we come together to support …

Echoing the past

Change can be a powerful force, and today, I'm excited to share with you a significant change that we've made here at The Leavenworth Echo. Starting with this issue, you'll notice that …

Connecting with our community

As we navigate the ever-evolving landscape of local journalism, I am reminded of the importance of staying closely connected with the communities we serve here in North Central Washington. The heart …

Your guide to informed voting

As we step into the vibrant colors of autumn here in North Central Washington, there's an equally colorful event on the horizon that's of utmost importance to our community – the …

Local Resilience: The Power of Shopping Locally

In an era where convenience often trumps community, it's important that we take a moment to reflect on the significance of shopping locally. As the CEO and Publisher of Ward Media, I have …

Letter to the Editor

Our valley is a region unto itself, where we share stunning mountain vistas as well as plentiful, but at some point, limited resources.  The Wenatchee River and Highway 2 form the corridor that …

Welcome back to school! We are looking forward to seeing the smiling faces of our students on August 29 ! We are looking forward to a year filled with great learning, experiences, and partnerships. …

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