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By July of this year employees and product from the Marson and Marson location in downtown Chelan will have moved to the Lake Chelan Building Supply store located at 155 Chelan Falls Highway, Chelan. / RuthEdna Keys/LCM
MANSON/CHELAN - "One reason they bought in is, they like what we do.” Lake Chelan Building Supply (LCBS) owner Brett La Mar is confident in the merger announced March 2 with TAL Holdings LLC, dba Marson and Marson Lumber in Chelan, and that things will continue much the way they have. TAL Holdings...
Council approved a motion to sign a contract with Duncan Parking Technologies Inc. to provide paid parking equipment and project management for the implementation of the Parking Advisory Committee’s recommendation for a paid on-street parking plan. Duncan Parking is to provide 179 dual space meters...

Photo by Heidi Swoboda Photography Penelope Carpenter Ressler named 2020 Royal Lady
Penelope, Penny, Carpenter is a native Oregonian and graduate of the University of Oregon. Her husband says she bleeds green and yellow. Thirty-one years ago she and her husband John were married in the backyard of their Leavenworth home and they have remained dedicated Leavenworth residents ever...

Congresswoman Dr. Kim Schrier
Washington’s 8th District Congresswoman Dr. Kim Schrier held a mini-Town Hall at Leavenworth Rotary Club’s Friday meeting. Dr. Schrier is in her first term as a Democrat representative. Her primary campaign issue was protecting and expanding the Affordable Care Act.  She lives in Sammamish with her...

Potter and artists Dawn Kranz and Gro Buer skillfully dip community decorated bowls in clear overglaze. Soup dinner is on March 19 at 5:30 p.m. at the Festhalle.
12,550 bowls. That’s how many bowls have been thrown by local potters to support Upper Valley Empty Bowls over the past 24 years!  These plain clay bowls, beautifully decorated and fired, are the product of the talents and skills of a procession of local potters who have found a way to use their...
Mayor Carl Florea was sworn in at a ceremony in city hall at 10 a.m. on Dec. 31, 2019. Council chambers were filled with a large crowd of supporters and city staff as he took his oath of office. Florea said he was anxious to get started with fullfilling his goals and addressing the issues he...

Photos Courtesy Department of Ecology
People will be able to drop off their household hazardous waste – materials such as used motor oil, antifreeze, oil-based paints, pool chemicals, and pesticides and fertilizers – at the year-round facility for safe disposal. “We are very excited to be opening this much-needed facility,” said Brenda...
US Congressional Representative for District 8, Dr. Kim Schrier, held a Town Hall discussion in Leavenworth on Sunday. Dr. Schrier received her degree from The University of California at Berkley. She is a Democrat. Approximately 30 people were in attendance at the event. During her opening...

A full house enjoys a Leavenworth Summer Theater performance of Fiddler on the Roof at the Hatchery Stage
Leavenworth, Wash.—After 26 years of service, the outdoor theater at Leavenworth National Fish Hatchery is showing its age. Leavenworth Summer Theater (LST), primary user of the stage, requested permission to rebuild it. But the hatchery thought a better option is to rebuild at a different site,...

Submitted photo Despite a little rain an energetic group of volunteers showed up to cleanup the old cemetery on the North Road on Oct. 16; From the left, Gary Brennick, Jim Humphrey, Mike Wyant, Kelly Richards, Chris Johnson, Katy Kriewald, Natasha Martin, Bobbi Ferg, Tanya Davalos, Travis Hamm, Deb Hartl, Chris & Ron Orcutt
The threat of rain did not slow-down the enthusiasm of the fourteen community volunteers who showed up at the North Road Cemetery on Wednesday, Oct. 16, for the 20th semi-annual cleanup event.  Armed with rakes, wheelbarrows, grass trimmers, and garbage bags, these cemetery ‘angels’ were fearless...

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