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.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  • Carlton Complex Fire Burning Slowly With 55% Percent Containment
    The rain was missing Friday, but the 250-thousand acre Carlton Complex Fire is still at a slow burning allowing for more progress.  Fire Information Officer Joanie Quanstrom says there are four hot spots that crews are fixed on. At this time, Quanstrom says no evacuation level 3 alerts are issued for any home at this time. The most active flank of the fire is still burning northward, but solid containment lines has kept the blaze at bay. The Carlton Complex Fire is 55-percent contained.       
  • Full Containment Anticipated On A Number Of Mills and Chiwaukum Complex Fires This Weekend; Hwy 2 To Re-Open
    Fire officials are starting to talk about full containment on some of the fires within the Mills Canyon and Chiwaukum Complexes.  Fire Information Officer Sara Sarlos says crews have controlled enough of the Chiwaukum Creek Fire to point that Hwy 2 is expected to re-open on Sunday at 8p.m.. Fire PIO Sara Sarlos says Hwy 2 will re-open with piloted traffic though she encourages locals to use Chumstick Hwy as an alternative route.  Full containment of the 95-percent contained Mills Canyon Fire and Kelly Mountain Fire are expected by Sunday, though the Duncan Creek Fire is 0-percent contained.  Per usual, a new fire management team will arrive on site this weekend. Evacuation notices remain unchanged on the Chiwaukum Creek Fire.     
  • 300 Lost To Carlton Complex Fires
    Following a recount of homes lost to fires, Okanogan County Sheriff Frank Rogers says 300 homes perished during the Carlton Complex blaze. Rogers says the county is on the cusp of declaring a state of disaster and that's why he's encouraging anyone affected by the wildfires to contact Okanogan County Emergency Managment. The numbers to call are 509-422-2472 or 509-422-2428.  In the meantime, Rogers says the National Guard has been checking on the welfare of those displaced. The Carlton Complex is now 55-percent contained.       
  • Pateros Firestorm Survivor Recounts Harrowing Ordeal
    A fourth generation Pateros resident recounted her families harrowing escape from last Thursday's firestorm on yesterday's Its Your Turn program.   Kristin Wall and her daughter Emily own Lifesongs Photography in Pateros...
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