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
  • Motorcyclist Killed Near Coulee City
    A two-vehicle crash in North Douglas County last night claimed the life of a Brookeville Maryland man...
  • Chiwaukum Creek Fire
    The fire is 25 % contained Firefighters are making progress and will continue handline construction and mop up on the northeast fire perimeter...
  • Carlton Complex Fire 66 % Contained
    The Carlton Complex fire is now 66% contained, with an acreage total of 250,806.  The increased heat and dryness have combined to increase the fire's intensity and producing some isolated smoke.     Helicopters put water on some hot spots around the Pearrygin Lake area, however none of the activity was a new start or outside the fire perimeter.  On the northeastern corner it was the same situation, some isolated smoke and heat that resources spent the day extinguishing and monitoring.     Further south on the eastern side, near the ski area, it was similar, the occasional smoking tree and hot spot that crews were able to manage.     Around the Gold Creek-McFarland creek area resources were busy responding to civilian concerns about smoke.  Nothing to be alarmed about, everything was dealt with and nothing escaped the fire perimeter.     Residents, though, should be aware that the fire is not yet out and activity will still be noticeable.  Please report any concerns you may have.    
  • US Forest Service Chief Tidwell Visits Carlton Fire
    US Forest Service Chief visted with fire commanders at the Carlton Complex Fire. Here he talks with Okanogan County Commissioner, Ray Campbell
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