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[3/13/19] Cougar Control Bill Stuck in Legislature

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A bill to allow cougar hunting with dogs doesn’t appear to be getting out of the Legislature this session.

[3/13/19] H2A Bill Passes Senate

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The State House is considering a bill to enhance the temporary worker, or H2A, program.

[3/12/19] Foster Creek Conservation District

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Are you an agricultural operator in Douglas County? If so, then the Voluntary Stewardship Program involves you! Like many other counties in Washington, Douglas County opted to take this voluntary, watershed scale approach as an alternative to the regulations of the Growth Management Act. As the lead agency for the Voluntary Stewardship Program, or VSP […]

[3/12/19] PUD Service Center

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Next week Chelan PUD will begin holding Open Houses across the county to hear what people have to say about a proposed new Service Center in the Olds Station industrial park on the north end of Wenatchee. The Service Center is designed to consolidate the PUD’s Wenatchee-area operations – with the exception of its hydro […]

[3/12/19] Three Rivers Hospital ER

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Following more than a year of planning and construction, Three Rivers Hospital in Brewster will begin seeing patients in its new emergency room on Tuesday, March 19. The new ER is still located inside the hospital but it’s moving from the main front entrance to the other end of the building. The new space, which […]

[3/11/19] 93rd Miss Lake Chelan Royalty Crowned

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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 […]