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.

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  • Wild Win Saturday
    Posted Sunday, 02-01-15 The Wenatchee Wild blew out the Kenai River Brown Bears by the final score of 9-to-3 in Soldotna, Alaska on Saturday night to complete a three-game series sweep...
  • High School Basketball Scores
    Posted Sunday, 02-01-15   A handful of high school basketball games involving area teams Saturday, here are some of the scores. BOYS BASKETBALL Eastmont 72, Eisenhower 60 Ellensburg 50, Quincy 26 Ephrata 70, Grandview 52 Wenatchee 55, West Valley (Yakima) 51 GIRLS BASKETBALL Cashmere 60, Omak 37 Ellensburg 61, Quincy 14 Ephrata 50, Grandview 30 Wenatchee 54, West Valley (Yakima) 47
  • Scary break-in
    Posted Saturday, 01-31-15 A woman's former boyfriend was arrested Thursday morning after he allegedly broke into her East Wenatchee area home...
  • Carlton Fire Recovery Funds in State Supplemental Budget
    Posted Friday 1/30/15   A proposal is moving through the state House to provide funding for economic recovery in Okanogan County following the devastating Carlton Complex Fire last July that destroyed homes and businesses.   Carlene Anders is the executive director of the Carlton Complex Long Term Recovery Group and a volunteer firefighter in Pateros.   Roni Holder Deifenback, executive director of the Okanogan County Economic Alliance, shared that the area had always struggled with economic stability and was just starting to realize a strong local business base before the fire.   Julie Muyllaert, president of the Winthrop Chamber of Commerce, talked about the impact of being without power and phone service for eight days on local residents and tourism.   State Representative Brad Hawkins of East Wenatchee sponsored the bill  which would provide an additional five-hundred-thousand dollars in the state budget for economic recovery after the fire.      The dollars would be provided from an existing fund called the Economic Development Strategic Reserve Account...
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