Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Women in Agriculture Conference is Serving Women Well

The Women in Agriculture (WIA) conference last Saturday was designed “to empower women in agriculture to achieve goals and manage risk through education, networking and technology.” Susan Curtis got exactly those results from last year’s WIA conference. She operates Hope … Continue reading

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The Life and Death Cycle of Wildebeests, Zebras and Lions on the Serengeti

My African impressions still overwhelm me long after we ended our two-week safari across the Kenyan and Tanzania plains. We saw the Great Migration of two million wildebeests, zebras and antelopes at the time their calves were birthing, one of … Continue reading

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Students in 7-9th grades still have time to apply for Misawa Japan Sister City Trip

Youth from 14-16 in the Wenatchee Valley have an opportunity to be an ambassador to Misawa, Japan from August 15 to August 24, 2014 in return for a lifetime of memories and new friendships. Teresa Allen from the City of … Continue reading

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