KW3 with Cashmere Valley Bank (equal housing lender/member FDIC) have cold hard cash up for grabs weekdays @ 710am

The Cold Hard Cash Question of the Day!

You get 5 seconds to correctly answer our question of the day. Get the question right before the buzzer and win cash, plus a gift card from a neighborhood business, who conducts their business banking with Cashmere Valley Bank.

Must be 18 or older to play.

Guess incorrectly? 
-Contestant may play again in one week. 
Guess correctly? 
-You may play again in 14 days.

  • Local Engineering Firm Chosen To Design East Wenatchee Overlay Project
    RH2 Engineers of East Wenatchee has been selected to do the design of the overlay along Valley Mall Parkway in East Wenatchee.  City officials say RH2's bid for the project was 16-thousand dollars less the 123-thousand dollars initially budgeted for the project Public Works Director Greg Pezoldt provided further details about the preservation project Thursday. Pezoldt says the overlay will span from Grant Road to 9th Street.  Pezoldt says the enhanced traffic signals will become more sensitive at detecting approaching vehicles. More parking spaces are also planned as a result of the overlay.  Construction should begin in the earlier part of next year    
  • Port of Chelan Officials Comment On Crunch Pak Expansion Into Quincy
    It would appear that Quincy Port Districts gain will be Chelan County Port District's loss with the recent announcement that Crunch Pak plans to expand its sliced apple business to Grant County.   Crunch Pak had been considering plans to acquire  Port owned property at the old Cashmere Lumber Mill site which is currently being redeveloped as an industrial business park...
  • Crews Halfway Through Repair Work On Wanapum Dam
    Crews are at the halfway through their repair work on the Wanapum Dam.  In February, a 65-foot crack was discovered in the spillway of the 8-thousand foot dam.  Grant County PUD Spokesman Chuck Allen provided a status update on dam repairs Wednesday. Allen says the repairs should improve the structural integrity of the dam moving forward. Allen says dam repairs should wrap up by the end of March of next year.  There after, all recreational sites such as beaches and boat launches will fully re-open by May.  Allen says the utility is on budget to spend 61-million dollars on repairs.       
  • Quincy Woman's Snooze At The Wheel Results In Crash
    State Troopers say a Quincy woman's short snooze at the wheel resulted in a two-car collision near Ephrata Tuesday evening.  A State Patrol report says 22-year old Carolina Ayala was westbound with a car approaching in the eastbound lane when she fell asleep.  Ayala's car crossed over the center line striking the other car.  Ayala's car came to rest off the roadway while the other car occupied by two adults and two children blocked both lanes.  The only occupant injured was a 25-year old man from Anacortes who was transferred to a Moses Lake hospital.  Ayala was cited for 2nd Degree Negligent Driving...
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