RunWenatchee receives grant for trail mile-markers

This 9-mile marker is one of two mile-markers that have been installed.

Written on Nov 21st, 2015 By
Category News, Steve Maher's Blog

WENATCHEE — RunWenatchee is pleased to announce it is one of 25 organizations to receive a regional impact grant from the Community Foundation of North Central Washington. The $5,500 grant will go toward the Apple Capital Loop Trail Mile-Marker Project. RunWenatchee is spearheading a $22,500 fundraising drive to get the final eight mile markers on…

Walking 750 miles to fight war and disease

These are the boots that Jeff Stilwell has been breaking in over the past few weeks in anticipation of his 750 mile walking journey to Yellowstone.

Written on Jun 19th, 2015 By
Category News, Steve Maher's Blog

By Steve Maher WENATCHEE — A Seattle man is embarking Sunday on a journey of a lifetime; a journey that is likely to be lonely at times but is all about togetherness. Jeff Stilwell is aiming to walk 750 miles over the next several weeks, beginning just west of Leavenworth and ending at Old…

Horse Lake to feature new half-marathon course

The Wenatchee Foothills are full of wildflowers as this scene captured last week by Molly Cooper Steere attests.

Written on May 6th, 2015 By
Category Events, Steve Maher's Blog, Trail Running

  By Steve Maher RunWenatchee is adding a new twist to this Saturday’s Horse Lake Trail Runs — a new half-marathon course that will have runners doing a complete loop of the Horse Lake Reserve for the first time. The new route incorporates the upper stretches of the Apricot Crisp Trail, which means half-marathoners…

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Moving experience for RunWenatchee’s Rhyner at Boston

Rhyner carried this photo of Maui running legend Billy Conner, who passed away this past January at age 65, while completing today's Boston Marathon. Conner, who occasionally resided in Chelan, was a finisher in the last 38 Maui Marathons. He completed more than 100 marathons in his lifetime. Wenatchee's Frank Cone gave Rhyner the photo of Conner.

Written on Apr 20th, 2015 By
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  By Steve Maher BOSTON — RunWenatchee’s Joel Rhyner didn’t know what to totally expect during the 119th Boston Marathon. He knew it would be an amazing experience running the legendary race. But what happened Monday overwhelmed him. “This place is insane. There was somebody everywhere,” Rhyner said afterwards of the one million spectators…


Local women runners sweep Wenatchee Marathon races

Written on Apr 19th, 2015 By
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Wenatchee Marathon makes greater connection to cancer research

Written on Apr 8th, 2015 By
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Girls on the Run launches local shoe drive

Written on Feb 28th, 2015 By
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