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Jan. 17 What Happened Today   

January 17, 2014
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.

Chelan County Sheriff's Update   

January 16, 2014
Chelan County Sheriff Brian Burnett joins us for his regular update to talk about the lifting of the marijuana moratorium in Chelan County, as well as a new pilot program that helps keep repeat DUI offenders off the roads, out of jail and sober.

Pet of the Week   

January 16, 2014
Executive Director of the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society Dawn Davies stops by the studio with this week's Pet of the Week Daffodil.

Wenatchee Valley Museum Update   

January 16, 2014
Director of the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center Brenda Abney stops by the studio to talk about the city's Arts Commission, an upcoming juried arts show and grant money the museum received from the Icicle Fund.

Jan. 16 What Happened Today   

January 16, 2014
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.

City of Leavenworth Update   

January 15, 2014
Leavenworth Mayor Cheri Farivar and City Administrator Joel Walinski are back for their regular chat to talk big ticket items in 2014, a new council to address issues with Oktoberfest and the Timbrrr! Music Festival last weekend.

Outdoor Report   

January 15, 2014
In this week's Outdoor Report, Andy Dappen with gives us the low down on this warm winter, muddy trails, snowshoe hikes and upcoming events.

Jan. 15 What Happened Today   

January 15, 2014
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.

City of Cashmere Update   

January 13, 2014
Cashmere Mayor Jeff Gomes joins us for his regular chat to talk about the county's proposal for a Flood Control District, the affects of migrant camps on the city and the mixed public response on both issues.

Local Low-Wage Jobs on the Rise   

January 14, 2014
Washington’s minimum wage isn’t the only stat seeing an increase – the number of minimum wage jobs is going up as well. Over the last decade, the number of Full Time Equivalent minimum wage jobs has risen not only at a state level, but even more so here in Chelan and Douglas Counties. Regional Labor Economist Don Meseck gives us the details.

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