After the feasibility study for an ice rink pavilion in Leavenworth showed there's no money to build it, the city council chose to table the proposal until further notice. Is the project dead in the water or can the Ski Hill Heritage Foundation keep it afloat?
The Wolverine Fire continues to grow and spread smoke throughout the Lake Chelan area. Saturday night infra-red flight shows the fire had expanded to 15,760 acres. Forest Service officials held a public meeting last night and Jay Witherbee with KOZI was there.
The "reverse annexation" of the Wenatchee city fire department into Chelan County Fire District 1 became official last week. Chief Mike Burnett swings by the KOHO studio to talk about the past, present and future of lower-valley fire services.
Reconstruction following the largest Washington state wildfire is underway, with seven of the first 11 homes being built through crowd-sourcing now going up. There’s still a long way to go in both construction and fundraising, but the Carlton Complex Long Term Recovery Group took in half a million dollars in just the last three weeks.
The Wolverine Fire was very active overnight and into this morning, growing to about 6,000 acres. One residence was destroyed at Domke Lake. The smoke column is visible in the Lake Chelan and surrounding areas. Click here for more.
Wenatchee Valley's 15th annual National Night Out is Tuesday Aug. 4 at Memorial Park and Wenatchee Police Chief Tom Robbins chats with Clint about the importance of connecting the community with those who serve and protect.