[3/11/19] 93rd Miss Lake Chelan Royalty Crowned
The Miss Lake Chelan Scholarship Program was held at the CHS Performing Arts Center Saturday evening, March 9th. The eight candidates were Caroline Kelly, Ella Tschetter, Haylee Fry, Ana Torres, Ashlyn Sanderson, Talitha Zelaya, Maceala LaPorte, and Odaliz Ordaz. Each of these young ladies, all juniors at Chelan High School, have been preparing for this […]
[3/6/19] Chelan Butte Bighorn Sheep Relocated
Some Chelan Butte bighorn sheep have a new home.
[1/30/19] Hero Nominations
The American Red Cross is inviting nominations from the community for the “Hometown Heroes” among us. If you know of a local individual or organization who has done something courageous or exceptional that deserves recognition, please take the time to nominate them. Nominations will be accepted until February 15, 2019. Heroes may be professional rescuers, ordinary […]
Destination Osoyoos and KOZI Radio have joined forces to bring you a “SKI & STAY GIVE-A-WAY” promo, Jan 7th thru Feb 1st, 2019. How would you like a ski and stay get away right across the border in beautiful Osoyoos, BC? We’ve partnered with our friends at Destination Osoyoos to give away a package […]
1)DEATH PENALTY: In October Washington’s Supreme Court unanimously struck down the state’s death penalty as arbitrary and racially biased, making Washington the 20th state to do away with capital punishment. Execution was already extremely rare, with five prisoners put to death in recent decades and a governor-imposed moratorium blocking its use since 2014. 2)DROPPING THE […]
[12/24/18] KOZI’s Christmas Snow Schedule 2018
KOZI’s Christmas Snow Schedule 2018 December 24th 12p-1p: Holiday Music 1-2p: Miracle on 34th Street – Sponsored by Les Schwab Chelan 2-4p: Holiday Music 4-5p: It’s a Wonderful Life – Sponsored by North Cascades Bank 5-6p: Holiday Music 6-7p: A Christmas Carol – Sponsored by Columbia Valley Community Health 7p-12a: Holiday Music December 25th 12a-8a: […]
[12/11/18] Tuesday Headline News
Fossil Fuel: Washington Gov. Jay Inslee wants to eliminate fossil fuels from the state’s electricity supply by the year 2045. Considering a 2020 White House bid and undeterred by repeated setbacks in getting climate legislation passed in his state, the Democratic governor proposed an ambitious package of legislation on Monday aimed a tackling climate change. […]
[12/11/18] Salmon Recovery Projects
The Washington Salmon Recovery Funding Board has announced the award of nearly $18 million in grants for projects to restore salmon habitat in an effort to bring the iconic fish back from the brink of extinction. An estimated 75 percent of the funded projects will benefit Chinook salmon, which make up a large part of […]
ACCIDENT on McNeil Canyon Road at 6:43am Tuesday morning. Wheel-well fire/brake failure possible cause. Road was closed but reports of one-way traffic have been shared with us.
[7/24/18] Department of Health Advisory
Serious signs of heat stress can include unconsciousness, rapid heartbeat, throbbing
headache, dry skin, chest pain, mental confusion, irritability, vomiting, diarrhea, muscle
cramps, staggering, and/or difficulty breathing. People experiencing these symptoms
should get immediate medical attention.