• Cashmere water concerns
    Posted Thursday, 07-30-15 Cashmere residents are being asked to cut back on water use. City officials say due to the low level of the city's primary water source, the Wenatchee River, Mayor Jeff Gomes has declared a Level 1 Water Emergency. If conditions do not change the city could face a serious water shortage. Residents are asked to begin implementing water conservation measures such as not washing vehicles and driveways, less watering of lawns and gardens and any other conservation efforts. A Level 2 Emergency, a critical water shortage, will result in prohibiting nonessential water use. That could happen if the river level continues to drop and voluntary conservation efforts fail.
  • Fatal accident update
    Posted Thursday 3-45p.m. A 23 year old East Wenatchee man is dead after his motorcycle was hit head on by a pickup on the Eastmont Extension Thursday afternoon around 12-20p.m...
  • Autopsy results from drowning and bike accident in
    Posted Thursday, 07-30-15 An autopsy of a Montana man who died in a bicycle accident earlier this week was not able to determine definitively what caused the crash...
  • Fire weather watch Friday
    Posted Thursday, 07-30-15 THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN SPOKANE HAS ISSUED A FIRE WEATHER WATCH FOR WIND AND LOW RELATIVE HUMIDITY...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM FRIDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH FRIDAY EVENING FOR THE KITTITAS...YAKIMA AND WENATCHEE VALLEYS AND THE WATERVILLE PLATEAU...
  • Alcoa fined
    Posted Thursday, 07-30-15 Alcoa has been fined $36,000 for discharging too much aluminum, fluoride and suspended solids to the Columbia River from the company’s Wenatchee Works smelter in Malaga...
  • Mobile home destroyed in fire
    Posted Wednesday, 07-29-15 No injuries in a fire that at an already fire damaged double-wide  manufactured home Wednesday evening in Wenatchee...
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