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You can send your request information to us: NCWevents@CherryCreekRadio.com 
(Please allow at least two weeks before your event) 

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Cherry Creek Radio
231 N. Wenatchee Ave
Wenatchee, WA 98801
 
 

 
Business Office Phone:
509-665-6565

The office is open Monday - Friday8:00am - 5:00pm 

Programming Staff:  Connor@CherryCreekRadio.com 

Adverising: Contact Kevin Andrus, KAndrus@CherryCreekRadio.com



 
  • Okanogan County Wildfire Recovery
    Posted Wednesday 10/22/14   The number of people left homeless after Washington State's most devastating wildfire poses big challenges for Okanogan County's welfare workers.   Lael Duncan with the Okanogan County Community Action Council says the fire destroyed over 350 homes with over half of those homes uninsured...
  • Flash Flood Concerns on Wildfire Burned Lands in Chelan County
    Posted Wednesday 10/22/14   An anticipated period of wet weather has Chelan County Emergency Management officials on edge. The Sheriff's Department released a public statement Tuesday about the possibility of flash flooding brought on by possible heavy rainfall.  Sgt Kent Sisson says residents living on land scarred by the Mills Canyon Fire should be on alert...   Sisson says the land around your home could be an indicator that your property is flood prone...   If you observe a hazard or potential hazard during extended rainfall, please contact the emergency management office at 509-667-6863 or Rivercom at 663-9911.     
  • Game camera helps catch suspect
    Posted Monday, 10-20-14 A camera, set up to catch wildlife outside of an Ephrata residence, helped authorities catch a burglary suspect...
  • Moses Lake area drive by
    Posted Monday, 10-20-14 Grant County Sheriff's deputies are investigating a drive by shooting in the Larson community of Moses Lake this weekend that damaged a parked car...
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