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  • REPORT: GWYNETH PALTROW PARTIALLY TO BLAME FOR CHRIS MARTIN'S BREAKUP
    Gwyneth Paltrow may have played a role in Chris Martin's breakup with Jennifer Lawrence. Sources tell People that Jennifer reportedly couldn't get past Chris' close relationship with his ex. A source told the magazine, "Everyone jumped the gun with this romance. It is hard for her to understand the feelings between Chris and Gwyneth. She broke it off with Chris. She was tired of the spotlight on their relationship and she also thought that Chris and Gwyneth were a little too close for comfort. It was an odd situation for her." Other insiders claim that Gwyneth knew all along that the relationship wouldn't last. According to Radar Online, "Gwyneth wasn't surprised by it. She never thought the relationship was going to last because of their age difference. Jen is 24 and Chris is 37. Plus, Jen complained to Chris that she felt like the third wheel in their relationship because of all the time he spent with his kids. Gwyneth always pressured Chris to spend more time with Apple and Moses. The kids would constantly call Chris when he was with Jennifer, and whatever they were doing would have to come to a standstill. There was always the expectation from Gwyneth that Chris should spend even more time with the kids."
  • KIM KARDASHIAN WANTS RESPECT
    Kim Kardashian wants a little more respect for all she's accomplished in her career despite being a reality star...
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  • Flu Shots Available At Columbia Valley Health
    Posted: October 30, 2014   Your chances of contracting the flu this season will be greatly reduced if you utilize one of many flu clinics offered this fall. Columbia Valley Community Health's Sarah Wilkins says flu vaccinations will be available at their Wenatchee and Chelan clinics over the next two months. Wilkins says vaccinations can safeguard you from flu strains such as the H1N1, H3N3 and the B-Type Virus.  Health officials say the flu season typically begins after Thanksgiving. Walk-ins are welcome but anyone interested in scheduling an appintment should call 509-662-6000.     
  • Chelan PUD Wages Discussed During KPQ Political Forum
    Posted: October 30, 2014   The issue of Chelan County PUD employee wages was discussed during a political forum on KPQ Chelan County PUD Commissioner candidates Dennis Bolz and Bob Goedde appeared together on Wednesday's Its Your Turn program. When asked if PUD Employees are overpaid Bolz said the wages paid are competitive with what other utilities are paying. Bob Goedde says in some cases PUD employees are overpaid. Bolz is an 8-year incumbant seeking reelection to another four-year term...
  • Chelan County Port District 'Wants In' On Annexation
    Posted: October 30, 2014   Chelan County's Port District is adding itself as a interested property owner wanting in on the annexation of Olds Station into Wenatchee.  Officials say the annexation would funnel a measurable amount of tax revenue into the city.  Sources say the port's industrial park alone has an assessed value of 24-million dollars. Chelan County Port District Director Mark Urdahl. The port's decision could achieve the total 60-percent value needed to clinch the annexation into the city.  A verificaiton of values by the Chelan County assessor and approval by the city council is pending.   
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