Cinder, the black bear cub burned in the Carlton complex wildfires, is moving to Idaho for the winter. The veterinarian for Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care, where Cinder has been recovering since August, has released the cub from his medical care, and Cinder will leave Sunday for the Idaho Black Bear Rehabilitation Center to hibernate for the winter, according…More
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It’s election day, and it’s not too late. Really. Grab that ballot and spend a few minutes with our last-minute guide to the primary election. Pop it in the mail and you get your gold star for civic duty. Feeling neighborly: Keep that community-involvement rush going by hitting one of the block parties…More
By K.C. Mehaffey / The Wenatchee World METHOW — Thursday evening — two weeks after the Carlton Complex fires roared around his home near Methow — Steve Love befriended a young bear cub who had suffered severe burns and who wandered up his driveway. When she took shelter under his horse trailer, he put out a…More
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