East Wenatchee Man Arrested on Forgery and Attempted Theft Charges

In October of 2018 Wenatchee Police responded to a call for service where a male was attempting to pass a forged check in a bank branch in the city. The teller recognized the check as suspicious and called for verification before cashing it. The person attempting to pass the check,…


Avoiding Tax Scams Heading into Tax Season

It’s National Tax Security Awareness Week. Last year, the Better Business Bureau processed approximately 2,400 complaints (nationally) against tax return preparation services and related businesses (including accountants). For those complaints, the median disputed amount was $500. Tax-related scams are even more prevalent. In 2017, BBB received approximately 3,500 reports to…


First Friday Art Walk

The first Friday of each month is known in downtown Wenatchee as “First Friday Art Walk” with businesses in town inviting you and yours to stroll around town enjoying the work of local artists and perhaps finding a wonderful piece of jewelry that allows you to cross someone’s special gift…



Two Arrested in Moses Lake Drug Bust

Two people were jailed and a Moses Lake residence authorities said was used as a drug house was closed down, after a lengthy investigation by the Interagency Narcotics Enforcement Team (INET). The Moses Lake Regional Tactical Response Team and Moses Lake Police helped serve a narcotics search warrant Wednesday at…


Cascade High School Readies For Funeral For ‘Lando’

The funeral for Sgt. Leandro Jasso will be Sunday, December 9th at 11:00 am in the Cascade High School gym. Cascade High School principle Elliah Ala’ilima-Daley, who was the assistant principle and athletic director when Jasso attended, described what he expects to see Sunday for the student they called ‘Lando’….


Winter Conditions Increases Risks to Drivers and Their Vehicles

The frigid temperatures these past few days is a reminder us that winter driving conditions are here. We’ve been lucky to have dry road conditions, so ice has only been a factor in some areas. AAA urges everyone to get prepared for winter driving conditions by packing a winter driving…


WSU Notifying Students of Vulnerability in MyWSU App

A vulnerability in the myWSU mobile application that allowed log-ins using incorrect or expired passwords has been corrected and Washington State University has notified the 3,777 students who may have been impacted. No indication of criminal or other harmful activity associated with the vulnerability has been detected. The mobile application…


Chelan County Commissioners Holding Retirement Party for Keith Goehner

The Chelan County Board of Commissioners will be holding a retirement part for Keith Goehner December 20th from 3-5 p.m. Goehner announced his retirement earlier this year before running to be the 12th District State Representative. After defeating Dr. Ann Diamond, Goehner will be sworn in in Olympia next year….


Speed Limits Changing on Halvorson Canyon and Hampton Roads

Chelan County Public Works has changed the speed limit on Halvorson Canyon and Hampton roads, off Squilchuck Road, has been changed to 25 mph. A speed study showed the need to lower the speed limit on the two roadways. State law sets Washington’s basic speed law as well as the…