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‘Fiddler On the Roof’ opens tonight!

Photos by Ian Dunn
The Leavenworth Summer Theater production of "Fiddler on the Roof" opens tonight at the Hatchery Theater. Upper left, Liz Oyama as Hodel. Upper right, front three males, from left, Jeremy Klarich, Mark Manning, Ryan Anderson, back three females, Christina Locatelli, Maria Manning, Victoria Smith. Bottom left, Bottle Dancers, Ryan Anderson, Morgan Bader, Trevor Williams.Bottom right, women of Anatevka, two women in front, Megan Smith, Morgan Van Vleck. Back two females, Liz Oyama, and the little girl is Lexine Forsyth.

How you can help with fire relief
A number of local organizations and businesses are collecting needed supplies and financial contributions to help those impacted by the current fire disasters across North Central Washington. Below is a list of those we know of and their contact information. The list is changing very rapidly so if you know of any we have not included email us at: or call: 509-548-5286. We'll get the information posted to all of our websites in Brewster, Chelan, Cashmere, Leavenworth and Wenatchee More...


City Council formally accepts Oktoberfest recommendations
The Leavenworth City Council has formally accepted the recommendations of the Festival and Events Committee, which primarily involve Oktoberfest. At the July 8 city council meeting, the council, minus three members who had to recuse themselves, voted to accept a resolution related to the recommendations.

Councilmen Bob Francis, Larry Meyer and Tibor Lak recused themselves for prior or current associations with Projekt Bayern, the organization the puts on Oktoberfest.

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Wastewater treatment plant expansion could threaten Community Cupboard
Leavenworth City officials say future expansion of the wastewater treatment plant could force the Community Cupboard out of the 14th Street building it has occupied for more than 20 years.

City Administrator Joel Walinski said the logical place for the wastewater treatment plant to expand is up the hill, into the public works building, which also houses the Cupboard.

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Council creates some free parking downtown after hours, Sunday-Thursday
In response to requests from the swim team and Farmers' Market, the Leavenworth City Council has decided to offer some free parking after hours, on a temporary test basis.

At the July 8 city council study session, the discussion began when Mayor Cheri Kelley Farivar explained she had a request from the swim team about using a paid parking lot.

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City awarded $150,000 grant to study wetlands
The city of Leavenworth has received notice it has been awarded a $150,000 grant from the Department of Ecology Centennial program. The city must match $50,000 to receive the grant.

City Development Director Nathan Pate said they have been waiting for this grant for some time.

"We knew there were some hints we are getting the money, but it is not official. We can celebrate and say that we've made one of the biggest efforts to get this particular task done through a point to where we finally have the money to get the work started," Pate said, at the July 8 city study session. "I do want to talk about getting the work started. This is going to take some time, because it will take energy, work, action, effort over months of study, data analysis, review."

The city will use the grant money to study the wetlands in the city's urban growth area, Ski Hill. Pate said the whole process could take 18 months to two years.

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Spotter time is well spent time
No such thing as a useless phone call for Andrew Brown.

Brown, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service, said that the NWS has never received a phone call from a spotter that was a waste of time.

Spotters are the eyes and ears of the NWS in places where its radars sometimes don't reach. Brown offered a training session for spotters in Wenatchee two weeks ago, in which he reiterated the importance of the spotter's job and his or her calls when describing a weather event.

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Nelson family builds new commercial building at old warehouse site
The Nelson Family Legacy Group has completed construction on a portion of the old warehouse property in downtown Leavenworth. Der Turmplatz (tower space) features more than 10,000 square feet of retail space.

One building is two stories, with 4,800 square feet on ground level and 3,000 square feet on the second story with deck space. The second building is smaller, closer to 3,000 square feet.

The Nelson family has owned the warehouse property since the mid-90s. A portion was sold to the city and became the site of the Festhalle. There were plans for a larger development on the remaining warehouse site, in the $75-100 million range, but ultimately the family decided against that, feeling it was more than the city needed at the time.

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