Discover Washington project seeking student applicants

NCW — Washington Trust for Historic Preservation’s sixth annual Discover Washington: Youth Heritage Project is accepting applications through May 31. The project is a five-day interactive field school that engages students through connections to historic, cultural and natural resources. This year’s program will take place in downtown Tacoma and surrounding areas July 11-15. Planned...
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School Meal Menu

Waterville’s menu for May 1-5 Monday: Breakfast will be egg omelette with biscuit, fruit or juice, milk; lunch will be hot dogs, baked fries, romaine salad, diced tomatoes, apples, milk. Tuesday: Breakfast will be French toast, yogurt, fruit or juice, milk; lunch will be chicken burger, tater tots, black beans, fruit cocktail, milk. Wednesday: Breakfast will be breakfast sandwich, fruit or...
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Shockers kept busy on the road

The Waterville/Mansfield Shockers had a busy schedule on the road last week with games against Bridgeport, Tonasket and Liberty Bell.
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East Wenatchee student serves as Senate page

OLYMPIA — Madison Piepel, a ninth grade student at Eastmont Junior High School, recently served as a Senate page during the 2017 legislative session. Piepel was sponsored by Sen. Brad Hawkins of East Wenatchee. The Senate Page Program is an opportunity for Washington students to spend a week working in the Legislature. Pages are responsible for such tasks as transporting documents between...
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Our College Students

  News of college students from the Empire Press coverage area Washington State University PULLMAN — The following students graduated from Washington State University fall 2016. East Wenatchee: Nicole Fahsholtz, communication; Angelica Flores, human development; Austin Harper, civil engineering; Breanna Hendrickson, hospitality business management; Mitchell Marboe, business...
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Shockers take on Oroville

The Waterville/Mansfield Shockers boys baseball and girls softball teams played doubleheaders against the Oroville Hornets at home April 15.
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Shocker baseball and softball teams gather wins over Bridgeport

The Waterville/Mansfield boys baseball and girls softball teams captured victories over the Bridgeport Mustangs and Fillies at home April 11.
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WAEF sponsors apple art contest

WENATCHEE — The Washington Apple Education Foundation (WAEF) invites all current high school students throughout North Central to participate in its Year of the Apple Art Contest. The Washington apple-themed contest will grant over $1,750 in cash prizes. Grand prize winner will receive $1,000 and the opportunity to see his or her artwork reproduced onto a poster-sized calendar. Second place...
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School Meal Menu

Waterville’s menu for April 24-28 Monday: Breakfast will be breakfast on a stick, fruit or juice, milk; lunch will be corndogs, pork and beans, celery sticks, cucumber spears, apple, milk. Tuesday: Breakfast will be pancakes, yogurt, fruit or juice, milk; lunch will be spaghetti, garlic bread, green beans, fruit cup, milk. Wednesday: Breakfast will be sausage, biscuit and gravy, fruit or...
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Technical Skills Center hosts open house

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Valley Technical Skills Center invites the public to a community open house from 4 to 6 p.m. April 25 at 327 East Penny Road. The free event will be an opportunity to meet the faculty, students, administrators and business people who help guide the students. Student projects will be on display and tours and a silent auction will also take place. Hors d’oeuvres...
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