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  • Nearly 500 Residents Lose Power Due To Fire Damaged Utility Pole
    Nearly 500 Wenatchee residents were without power Monday afternoon when a brush fire ignited a a utility pole.  Fire officials say the blaze was started by a arching wire in a field at the east end of Peters Street and Ohme Gardens Road. Chelan County Fire District 1 Assistance Chief Bill Nickels says the fire also torched a pile of tires and some wooden palettes, but remained less than a quarter acre in size...
  • Communities Adjust To Common Core Education Standard In Washington State
    More than a million kids in Washington are back in school, and students, teachers and parents are all adjusting to the new Common Core learning standards for English and math...
  • Cashmere Study To Improve Traffic Flows Underway
    Improving traffic flows in the Cashmere area will be the focus of a meeting Tuesday evening at the Riverside Center in Cashmere   Chelan County, the City of Cashmere, the Chelan-Douglas Transportation Council, the Port of Chelan County and the Washington State Department of Transportation are working together on a new transportation study of the three traffic signals along Highway 2/97 that provide access to the city of Cashmere.    Transportation Council manager, Jeff Wilkins says the study will evaluate options for replacing the Goodwin Bridge at the west end of Cashmere.   Wilkins says some options include...   Earlier studies have also proposed a highway interchange to eventually replace the stop lights at Aplets Way and Cotlets Way if accidents increase in the future;    The study began in August, will continue throughout this fall and the goal is to complete the study by mid-December.    A kickoff public meeting is planned for tonight (Tuesday, September 16th) at the Riverside Center from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.  
  • Oroville Man Killed by Falling Tree
    Four suspects have been arrested in connection with the beating death of a Pateros man. Sheriff Frank Rogers says his office was notified Sunday morning about a body that was found at a boat ramp on the Columbia River near Starr Road.    The victim was identified after his cousin reported him missing from his Watson Draw residence. Detectives determined that the death occurred Saturday night at the same address when the victim got into a fight with the four suspects.    The Sheriff says the body had been dumped at the boat launch. No names have been released yet.  
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