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Washington sophomore has speed to burn

Jan 23, 2012 •
There's SEC speed - whatever that is. And then there's just pure speed. That's what Isaiah Brandt-Sims of Wenatchee (Wash.) High has - and what the sophomore hopes will set him apart from others when it comes time to get college offers. More

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Elizabeth (Betty) F. McLaughlin

Aug 31, 2014 • Yakima Herald-Republic
She spent most of her childhood in the Peshastin area and she lived with her grand parents in Wenatchee, Washington, for her senior year at Wenatchee High School. Betty then went to Washington State Normal School in Ellensburg (now Central ... More

Settlement pays teacher in Wenatchee drowning case

Aug 21, 2014 • Longview Daily News
Knaggs was teaching a physical education class in the Wenatchee High School swimming pool Nov. 17, 2011, when Reyes drowned. The freshman, who didn't know how to swim, was found at the bottom of the pool nearly an hour after the class had ended. More

Three new GSL football coaches preside over first practices

Aug 21, 2014 • The Spokesman Review
So the Wildcats headed to a five-day camp at Wenatchee High School. “We wanted to get the kids away and stay together as a team,” ... “They look like (University of Washington) jerseys,” he said. “We got them this week.” • At Shadle Park, Mace begins ... More

Gym Teacher To Receive $500000 After Letting Student Drown

Aug 22, 2014 • Western Journalism
Antonio Reyes was in physical education class at his Wenatchee High School in Washington on a fateful November day in 2011, not knowing it would be the last stop of his short life. Reports indicate that the freshman student did not know how to swim but ... More

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