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  • WVC Rec Center Vote
    Posted Saturday, 04-25-15 A special election that would have the city of Wenatchee annexed into Chelan County Fire District 1 is not the only issue placed before voters...
  • WVC partnership with Heritage University
    Posted Friday, 04-24-15 Wenatchee Valley College has partnered with Heritage University to offer four year degrees...
  • Fireworks ban fails to launch
    Posted Thursday, 04-23-15 A proposed fireworks ban in the city of Wenatchee turned out to be a dud. About a dozen people addressed the city council Thursday night, many opposed to the ban. Some like Laurie Cassander said the city already has rules against aerial fireworks and that the ban would impact a lot of families that like to use the so-called safe and sane pyrotechnics. listen here Others opposed to the ban cited the significance of Independence Day and the tradition of fireworks in that celebration. People in favor of the ban, like Jan Haven said even the safe and sane varieties can be dangerous. She cited the Skyline Drive fire last year, where people were reportedly throwing the pyrotechnics from a vehicle and other fires that were caused by people using legal fireworks. listen here The input had an impact. Council member Ruth Esparza says she was leaning towards supporting the ban prior to hearing from the public. listen here Councilmembers did say they would like to see law enforcement given more tools in enforcing current ordinances against aerial fireworks and would like to see the time frame for allowing the discharge of fireworks cut down. Currently people can use legal fireworks between June 28th and July 5th.
  • Housing Desperately Needed for Volunteers Working On Carlton Fire Long Term Recovery Projects
    Posted 4/2215   Volunteer housing tops the list of needs in the Carlton Complex Fire long term recovery effort.    Many groups will be coming to Okanogan County over the next several months to help with the clean-up and building projects.    Kathy Power is the Volunteer Coordinator for the Carlton Complex Long Term Recovery Group , ,    Power says the recovery effort is progressing well ...
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