Cherry Creek Radio is a small market radio company focused on internal operations and driving revenue to your business.

Cherry Creek Radio Wenatchee is staffed atthe local market level, with seasoned small market radio professionals that know how to interact with local businesses, and advocate their success in an increasingly competitive retail environment.

To advertise your business with KW3 or the six other Cherry Creek Radio Wenatchee properties, contact Kevin Andrus at 509-665-6565. You can also email Kevin - KAndrus@cherrycreekradio.com
  • Trick of Treating in Downtown Wenatchee
    Posted Thursday, 10-30-14 A safe and fun Halloween tradition continues Friday in dowtown Wenatchee. Trick-or-treat on Wenatchee Avenue runs from three to five p.m. . Several downtown businesses will be handing out candy. The Wenatchee Downtown Association will provide free hot apple cider at the Hedeen Plaza, located at the corner of First Street and Wenatchee Avenue. They will also hand out silver, glow in the dark bags that kids can use to hold their booty. Volunteers will be monitoring crosswalks during the event and parents are strongly encouraged to accompany their children while trick-or-treating.
  • Halloween Carnival for Kids
    Posted Thursday, 10-30-14 Hundreds of little ghouls and goblins are expected to haunt the Wenatchee Convention Center Friday for the Wenatchee Parks and Recreation Department's annual Halloween Carnival...
  • Haunted Theater Wraps up Friday
    Posted Thursday, 10-30-14 Friday is the final performance of the Mission Creek Players "Haunted Theater"...
  • Flu Shots Available At Columbia Valley Health
    Posted: October 30, 2014   Your chances of contracting the flu this season will be greatly reduced if you utilize one of many flu clinics offered this fall. Columbia Valley Community Health's Sarah Wilkins says flu vaccinations will be available at their Wenatchee and Chelan clinics over the next two months. Wilkins says vaccinations can safeguard you from flu strains such as the H1N1, H3N3 and the B-Type Virus.  Health officials say the flu season typically begins after Thanksgiving. Walk-ins are welcome but anyone interested in scheduling an appintment should call 509-662-6000.     
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