Icy Conditions Implicit in Head-On Collision on Badger Mountain Road
- Written by Sheriff Harvey Gjesdal
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On 02/05/17 Douglas County Deputies responded to a report of a head on injury accident on Badger Mountain Rd. at MP 3.
Investigation revealed that a S/B Dodge Durango was coming down the hill. It was snowing and the roads were icy. The driver said she was applying her brakes when her vehicle started to slide and ran into a vehicle, a Subaru Tribeca, which was coming up the hill.
The Durango was occupied only by the driver, a 29 year old East Wenatchee woman. The Subaru was carrying a family of five: a 36 year old male, a 33 year old female, a 9 year old female, a 4 year old male, and a two year old male.
The family and the driver of the Durango were all transported to Confluence Hospital. None of the injuries appeared to be life threatening.
Both vehicles were so damaged they had to be towed.
Manson School M&O Levy 2017 - Opinion
- Written by Janice Stewart
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The following is the opinion of the author and does not necessarily reflect the views of this publication:
Dear Manson Community Members:
The Manson School Board is asking you to please support our REPLACEMENT Maintenance and Operations (M&O) Levy. This support provides critical funding for student programs, maintenance of our community’s school facilities, and quality staff members working with our children. Local M & O levy funding comprises 14% of our total funding.
We are a fiscally conservative board and work hard to insure public funds are used responsibly to provide students with an exceptional education.
We are very thankful for your previous support and ask that you vote in support of this levy once again.
Manson School District Board of Directors
Manson Trojans to Begin District Play
- Written by Janice Stewart
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The Manson Trojans Basketball Team ended their regular season on Friday, February 3 placing fourth in the CWB League with a record of 14-6.
The team begins its post-season journey this Wednesday, February 8 at 6 p.m. in the high school gym. They will be competing against Soap Lake.
If the Trojans win on Wednesday (GO Trojans) they are guaranteed two more league games and a spot in districts.
As this is a league playoff game family passes will not be accepted at the door. Ticket prices are $7 for adults and $6 for senior citizens and students with ASB cards.
Please come out and support your Manson Trojans!!!!
Manson Parks Special Board Meeting 2-8-17
- Written by Robin Pittman
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Special Board Meeting
142 Pedoi St., Bumgarner Building, February 8th, 2017, 4:30pm
I. Call to Order
II. Flag Salute
III. Agenda Additions & Deletions
IV. Public Comment/Questions
V. Approval of Minutes
a. January 12th, 2017 Regular Meeting minutes
VI. Financial Review
a. Review Monthly Financial Reports
b. Review and Approve Monthly Voucher
VII. Old Business
a. Director’s Report
b. Park Improvements
i. Downtown Waterfront: Design Firm Selection
ii. Willow Point Restrooms
VIII. New Business
a. Director position
b. Park maintenance vehicle
c. 2017 Budget
d. Full Time Employee Holidays
Next Regular Meeting: March 9th, 2017 at 4:00pm, 142 Pedoi St., Bumgarner Building
Missing Wenatchee Man's Body Found in Columbia River
- Written by Undersheriff Jason Mathews, CCSO
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On January 28, 2017 Sheriff Brian Burnett reports at approximately 0900 hours a local Wenatchee resident, while boating on the Columbia River, located a human body in the shallow water near the shoreline adjacent to BNSF Appleyard. The Chelan County Detective Unit, Chelan County Coroner’s Office and Chelan County Marine Patrol Unit responded to recover the deceased.
The Chelan County Coroner’s Office, Chief Deputy Coroner Earl Crowe, identified the body as 32-year old Rudy Hernandez from Monitor. Hernandez’s family was notified by the Sheriff’s Office and Coroner’s Office as soon as the identification was made. On January 29, 2017 an autopsy was performed and the cause of death was ruled a suicide by drowning.
Hernandez was originally reported as missing in November, 2016. The Sheriff’s Office launched a search that included flying the Wenatchee River by helicopter, the Swift Water Rescue team was deployed and checked a portion of the Wenatchee River to the Sleepy Hollow bridge, a ground search along the banks of the river, and Chelan County Detectives wrote search warrants for social media websites trying to gain any information they could on Hernandez.