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  • Cashmere Valley Bank hit by skimmers
    Posted Wednesday, 07-01-15 Letters have gone out to several thousand Cashmere Valley Bank customers saying their ATM cards have been canceled after a customer found a skimmer on an ATM last week. listen here Bank President Greg Oakes says skimmers were found at six locations, in Wenatchee, Leavenworth, Cashmere and Ellensburg. listen here Oakes says the thieves got away with at least $50,000...
  • Wenatchee commercial fires a challenge
    Nathan Rabe  commander for the Type Two management team leading the Sleepy Hollow Fire for the past couple of days, has seen a lot of fires in his career...
  • Lawmakers not done yet
    Posted Wednesday, 07-01-15 Gov. Jay Inslee signed a new two-year, $38.2 billion state operating budget just before midnight Tuesday, averting a government shutdown. However lawmakers met until after dawn Wednesday as they unsuccessfully tried to wrap up their work during a third special session. listen here 12th District Representative Cary Condotta says last minute political maneuvering in the Senate has caused much confusion and forced lawmakers to return to Olympia. . listen here The situation in Olympia has prompted new calls for more legislative transparency. When lawmakers race to pass budgets and bills by working into the early morning hours, as they did Tuesday and Wednesday, advocates of open government say they are working in the dark in more ways than one. Jason Mercier of the Washington Policy Center says unless people are inside the Capitol building as policy makers make last-minute changes to important legislation, they "have no idea what's going on." Mercier said the frantic nature of last-minute governance means there's no transparency, and even if it doesn't technically violate open government laws, it's "not acceptable."
  • Campfire ban
    Posted Wednesday, 07-01-15 Continuing hot, dry weather conditions and increasing fire danger have prompted a ban on all campfires on the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest in Kittitas and Chelan Counties Beginning Thursday , no campfires will be allowed in the Cle Elum, Wenatchee River, Entiat, and Chelan ranger districts...
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