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.
  • Okanogan County Mudslide Wipes Out Homes; Traps Drivers
    Authorities say a mudslide has wiped out some homes, all occupants are accounted for.  The call about the slide came in around shortly after 8p.m. In additional to homes lost, Washington State Patrol Trooper Darren Wright says 12 cars were trapped for sometime. Troopers Wright says the vehicles are near the Canyon and Bridge Creek area.  Wright says the destroyed homes are located in the vicinity of the trapped cars along SR 153.     
  • Tree Catches Fire Next To Home In Waterville
    Douglas County Fire District 1 crews are responding to a tree fire burning adjacent to one home in Waterville.  Shortly before 7:30p.m., it was reported that the tree was burning in a yard next to the home off Hwy 2. No other structures are threatened.   
  • Crunch Pak Expanding Into Quincy?
    A Quincy newspaper is reporting that apple slicer Crunch Pak will expand its operations into Quincy, generating up to 300 new jobs.  An article released by the Quincy Valley Post Register states that the potential move was brought up last week at a meeting of Grant County Fire District 3.  During the discussion location of the new facility on the city's north side was mentioned. The future property of that site is currently cropland and orchard land.  The article also states that in March, the city submitted an application to the county asking that it be allowed to annex 128 acres. A 51-acre portion of the property would be designated for the construction of a new food processing plant. The planning commission has recommended to county commissioners that the application be granted.  County commissioners will hear the recommendation Tuesday.  Crunch Pak CEO Scott Sargent could not be reached for comment.   
  • Quincy Man Killed In Car Wreck Near George
    State Troopers say a Quincy woman's failure to stop at a stop resulted in a fatal collision near George Thursday morning.  A State Patrol press release says 73-year old Carol Brown did not stop in-time at the intersection Beverly Burke Road and State Route 281 and was struck in the side by another vehicle.  Authorities say the crash killed Brown's passenger, 58-year old Donald Wyles of Quincy.  Brown was airlifted to Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane.  The driver of the vehicle that struck Brown came away uninjured.   
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