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Trail running film festival coming to the PAC on April 12

WENATCHEE — RunWenatchee will host the international Trails In Motion Film Festival at 7 p.m. April 12 at the Numerica Performing Arts Center in downtown Wenatchee. Presented by the Volyn Law Firm, the event features seven trail running films shot around the world with themes that range from adventure and endurance to personal discovery and community. Total running time for the seven films is two hours.

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16th Annual Dummy Downhill Results

The 16th Annual Dummy Downhill Presented By Banner Bank was a blast.  With 35 registered Dummies and roughly 350 people in attendance it was quite the spectacle. There were many spectacular crashes and flying feats, but only a select few who took home the hardware. There are only 364 days left to next year's event...time to get building!

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Arlberg Sports Announces Demo Daze

Get ahead of the curve and test next year's alpine skis Sunday, March 9th from 9am-2pm. Pre-registration at Arlberg Sports is required. And you should register early as this event sells out every year and is limited to 100 participants. Cost: $10 per person (must be 18 or older)

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For Mission Ridge, Bill Johnson was a keeper

By Steve Maher WENATCHEE — He could be so brash and such a rebel that he became known as the bad boy of skiing, the rogue of the slopes. That was the public image, at least. But those who knew the iconic Bill Johnson at Mission Ridge recall another side of his personality that often got lost once he rose to fame with a series of victories in 1984 that were unprecedented for an American skier. Johnson, who died Jan. 21 in the Portland area after several years of declining health due to a stroke, was a “puppy dog” beneath his cocky, determined, hard-to-get-along persona, they say.

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