Ephrata Reminding Residents About Snow Protocols

With our first snow on the ground, and more on the way tonight, the City wants to remind everyone about the community’s snow removal policy. The snow that we receive each winter affects us all equally, and a measure of patience and understanding will make this season easier on everyone. This…


Family, Friends, Community Say Goodbye to Sgt. Leandro Jasso

There was no shortage of mourners at the funeral for Sgt. Leandro Jasso Sunday. The funeral procession began in East Wenatchee and ended at a packed Cascade High School gym in Leavenworth. Along the way hundreds of people lined the route to pay their last respects; waving flags, saluting, or…


Wild Move Into First Place Atop Interior Division

The BCHL’s Interior Division is a hotly contested one, with the top three teams separated by a single point heading into Saturday game action. The same is true at the end of the day’s contests, with Wenatchee sitting atop the pile with 44 points following their 4-3 win at Penticton…


Wild Come Back with 5 3rd Period Goals

A crowd of nearly 3,000 fans in Town Toyota Center for “Pink at The Rink” Night had to wait until midway through the third period to cheer for the first Wild goal, but it was worth the wait as it spawned another four in a row to help the Wild…


Final Superintendent Search Plan Approved

The Wenatchee School Board have approved a proposal from superintendent search firm consultants Hazard Young & Attea (HYA), to include stakeholder involvement in the final phase of the superintendent search. The Board approved the search plan during a workshop on Tuesday, December 4th District Communications Director Diana Haglund said the…


Thank You For Supporting Salvation Army

Cherry Creek Radio Station listeners donated close to $2,400 dollars for Salvation Army on Wednesday in just two hours as our staff rang bells at several locations in Wenatchee and East Wenatchee. Coastal Farm and Ranch is matching donations with a $1,000 contribution bringing the total amount to $3,475 dollars….


Coming to the Wenatchee Valley Symphony Orchestra Stage

Coming to the PAC stage, the Wenatchee Valley Symphony Orchestra presents a concert entitled “Astronomy” featuring the well-known musical tone poem creation of Gustav Holst called, “The Planets” … the event is scheduled for Saturday, February 23, 2019 at the Numerica Performing Arts Center.   Also, in a decidedly unexpected change…


Newhouse Believes Despite Delay, Much Can Be Done Before Recess

Despite what was mostly a lost week in Washington D.C. as the county mourned President George H.W. Bush, 4th District Representative Dan Newhouse says that doesn’t mean they can’t get legislation passed before they adjourn for the holidays. “Certainly no formal meetings were taking place, but conversations and informal meetings…


Cascade School District Involving Public in Search for Superintendent

Cascade School District has begun their search for a new superintendent with Bill Motsenbocker announcing his retirement. Motsenbocker says the next superintendent will need to be able to understand the changing landscape of school funding. “That’s going to be a factor. We need somebody that’s going to be aware of…


Expect Delays Near Leavenworth for Lighting Festival Crowds

Traveling on US 2 to Leavenworth for week #2 of the annual Christmas Lighting Festival creates some heavy congestion east of and in town. Here’s how it worked for drivers last year: Friday – Little to no traffic delays coming or going. Saturday – 50-minute delays between Noon and 8…