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Felon gets 3 years for high-speed chase

Romero-Rivera MOSES LAKE A convicted felon who led police on a high-speed chase that ended in significant injuries for his passenger and himself will be spending three years behind prison bars. Nicholas Romero-Rivera, 29, of Moses Lake, pleaded guilty in Grant County Superior Court to vehicular assa

COLUMBIA BASIN HERALD - 2018-03-20 12:00:00

Back to work for deputy who accidentally shot wife

File photo Deputy Jose Rivera stands in Grant County Superior Court during a previous court hearing. EPHRATA Grant County Sheriff Tom Jones announced on Monday that a deputy who accidentally shot his wife in Moses Lake over the summer has been cleared to return to work. Deputy Jose Riverapreviously

COLUMBIA BASIN HERALD - 2018-03-20 12:00:00

Moses Lake woman uses social media, art to keep little girl's memory alive

MOSES LAKE, Wash.-- A Moses Lake woman is reaching thousands across the United States and honoring the memory of a 2-year-old girl. Along with her rock art, a name is being seen, spoken and photographed. With each package of rocks sent to anyone who has requested them, "hashtag BrynlieBug" is handw

KREM - 2018-03-21 12:21:00

Sheriff retains deputy who shot wife

EPHRATA, Wash. - Grant County Sheriff Tom Jones announced Monday morning that he will keep Deputy Jose Rivera on staff. In August 2017, Rivera shot his wife while handling a firearm inside their home. Sydney Rivera confirmed with officers at the hospital that the shooting was accidental. The Rivera'

KXLY - 2018-03-20 01:23:08

Child-rape suspect's mother accused of shielding him from police

WATERVILLE - An East Wenatchee man is charged with child rape and his mother with rendering criminal assistance after allegedly trying to hide evidence of the crime. Michael Allen Paine, 19, remains held in the Okanogan County Jail on $100,000 bond after his arrest March 9 by East Wenatchee police.


Mobile Food Bank coming to Soap Lake

SOAP LAKE The Second Harvest Mobile Food Bank will be making a stop in Soap Lake from 12-2 p.m. on Thursday to distribute food to families in need. The mobile food bank will be stopping at Soap Lake First Baptist Church, 322 Division St. S. The event is sponsored by the Soap Lake First Baptist Churc

COLUMBIA BASIN HERALD - 2018-03-21 12:00:00

Maintenance To Close Riverwalk Bridge On Loop Trail Next Week

WENATCHEE-The Apple Capital Recreational Loop Trail (Riverwalk Bridge) will be closed next week due to scheduled maintenance and addition of bird netting to deter pigeons nesting. The Riverwalk Bridge is the pedestrian bridge that connects downtown Wenatchee to the Riverfront Park. Closure will take

NCWLIFE.COM - 2018-03-21 16:24:07

Ephrata man sentenced for assaulting girlfriend

EPHRATA A Ephrata man was sentenced to a month in jail for assaulting his pregnant girlfriend. Aaron Koski, 19, of Ephrata, pleaded guilty in Grant County Superior Court to third-degree assault. The count carried with it an allegation of domestic violence. Koski was sentenced to a month of confineme


Tri-City con man didn't fake his ID, just learned his true identity, lawyer says | Tri-City Herald

The attorney for a Tri-City con man said that his client learned while serving his latest prison term that he was not who he thought he was. Michael Peter Spitzauer is accused of providing false information in an application for a U.S. passport while on probation for a case related to his former com


Man shot in leg following confrontation off of Old Naches Highway

NACHES, Wash. - Authorities say a 27-year-old Naches man was shot in the leg Saturday on Old Naches Highway just west of Naches. Deputies say the man was shot about 2:37 p.m. after a confrontation between two groups of people off the highway. Yakima County sheriff's Sgt. Christopher Gray said multip


One dead in early morning fire in Prosser

One person is dead after an early morning fire destroyed a travel trailer in Prosser. Firefighters were called to 14505 North Griffin Road at 1:54 a.m. and found a travel trailer fully engulfed, said Benton County Sheriff Jerry Hatcher. There are reports the flames brought down power lines and thr


Everyday Business | Mortuary departs; AutoZone zooms in

Dan Barr, president of Center Investments Inc. in East Wenatchee, has been a busy broker. He reported last week that he's worked for many months to pull together two deals that will spice-up the commercial mix in East Wenatchee. Take a look: <> AutoZone, 711 Grant Road - The former home (make that f


Trial for 1991 murder underway

Richard Byrd/Columbia Basin Herald Murder suspect Arnulfo Bravo stands in Grant County Superior Court on Thursday. EPHRATA A trial for a murder case that is over two decades old began in Grant County Superior Court this week. Arnulfo Bravo, 66, is accused of killing Barbara J. Kipp, his girlfriend a


Icicle Peshastin Irrigation District Declares Dam Emergency

WENATCHEE, WA.- Icicle and Peshastin Irrigation Districts at their March 13th board meeting declared an emergency as pertaining to the dam at Eight Mile Lake. The emergency condition is not due to a change in the condition of the dam but due to the Jack Creek Fire from last fall. The Jack Creek fire


Ephrata man spends night in cave after nearly driving off cliff

Officials say an Ephrata man is counting his blessings after he nearly drove off a cliff. Douglas County Sheriff Harvey Gjesdal said that 37-year old Kevin Remington was on his way home to Ephrata from Leavenworth when he left the roadway in the Douglas Creek area of the county Tuesday evening. Rem