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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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  • Volunteers hard at work in Pateros
    An army of volunteers scrambles to relocate a mountain of items donated to victims of the Carlton Complex Fire...
  • Moving day at Pateros
    ts moving day for Volunteers at the Pateros High School Gymnasium. The Gym has been serving as the collection point for items donated for wildfire victim relief. The Gym has run out of space for the mountain of clothing, food and other items collected over the last couple of weeks and school officials also need to get it ready for the start of school in about three weeks. Now the real need is for more hands to help with the move to a new warehouse . listen here. That's Heather Carrington one of many volunteers who've been pressed into service with the Carlton Wildfire relief effort.
  • Highway 2 Friday afternoon update
    Pilot cars are no longer being used through Tumwater Canyon. Fire managers with the Chiwaukum Complex say between the Tumwater Campground and Winton the speed limit has been reduced to 35 miles per hour, with no passing and no stopping. Fire managers say they anticipate heavier traffic through the weekend and that having the road remain open will remain on fire behavior, any initial attack near the road, spot fires and the traveling public's adherence to restrictions.
  • Carlton Complex Sends Columns of Smoke; Fire Crews Hold Perimeter
    The interior of the Carlton Complex was active Thursday sending up plumes of smoke 30-thousand feet high, but the blaze isn't expanding. Fire Information Officer Mick Mueller talked about the trouble spots. With a little over two-thirds of the fire contained, Mueller says the remaining uncontained portion of the fire will be most difficult to corral. As of Thursday morning, the 251-thousand acre blaze was 71-percent contained. No additional structures are threatened.       
Provided by KPQ-AM Local News