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State Budget Update   

June 28, 2013
Senator Linda Evans Parlette and Representatives Cary Condotta and Brad Hawkins sat down with us to talk final stages of the long-negotiated state budget.

How To Be Safe With 4th of July Fireworks   

June 28, 2013
Chief Tom Robins with the Wenatchee Police Department and Assistant Fire Chief for the city of Wenatchee Mark Yaple join us to discuss safe firework practices during Independence Day celebrations.

Local Economic Update   

June 28, 2013
Since the economic recession of 2008 hit our country, Washington state and its counties have been feeling the strain of unemployment and tight labor markets. Although the economy remains far from a full recovery, there's more good news than bad.

State Budget Update   

June 27, 2013
Senator Linda Evans Parlette joined us this morning to discuss the final days of state budget talks.

Downtown Wenatchee Avenue Improvements Coming Soon   

June 27, 2013
The city of Wenatchee and the Downtown Association hosted a public open house Wednesday to discuss structural and aesthetic improvements to downtown Wenatchee Avenue in the very near future.

Cashmere Update   

June 26, 2013
Cashmere Mayor Jeff Gomes discusses the city's ongoing negotiations with the Chelan County Sheriff's Department over their 2014 contract.

Leavenworth Update   

June 26, 2013
Leavenworth Mayor Cheri Farivar and City Administrator Joel Walinski join us to talk Chelan County Sheriff's Department contract negotiations and a new street name.

Upper Valley Mend Turns 25 Years Old   

June 26, 2013
Upper Valley Mend celebrates their 25th anniversary this week. Chuck Reppas sits down with us to talk about the Upper Valley Mend tradition.

Setting Forest Fire School Ablaze   

June 24, 2013
Accompany Dan Langager into national forest land above Lake Wenatchee as he shadows wild land firefighting guard school students during their final exam -- real live fire control.

Farming Organic, Farming Washington   

June 21, 2013
Organic farming has been steadily increasing since the 1990s and is now a well-established part of Washington agriculture, according to a new study and two local experts.

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