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Circus Elephant Escapes In Butte, MT
Circus Elephant Escapes In Butte, MT
Circus Elephant Escapes In Butte, MT
Less than a week after the City of Wenatchee passed a new ordinance banning exotic and wild animals from performing within its jurisdiction, a traveling circus elephant less than 500 miles away escaped and briefly ran amok through downtown Butte, Montana...
City Of Wenatchee Passes Ordinance Banning Exotic Animals
City Of Wenatchee Passes Ordinance Banning Exotic Animals
City Of Wenatchee Passes Ordinance Banning Exotic Animals
The City of Wenatchee now has a new ordinance on its books which prohibits certain animals from being used in traveling performances within its jurisdictional boundaries. At a special meeting of the Wenatchee City Council on Thursday at Wenatchee Valley College's Mish ee twie Conference Center, councilmembers unanimously voted to restrict the use and possession of "exotic and wild animals&quo
Group Asks City Of Wenatchee To Permanently Ban Circus Animals
Group Asks City Of Wenatchee To Permanently Ban Circus Animals
Group Asks City Of Wenatchee To Permanently Ban Circus Animals
A local animal welfare group known as North Central Washington for Animal Compassion (NCWAC) has asked the City of Wenatchee to permanently ban circus animals from performing within its jurisdictional boundaries. The group presented its request at Thursday's meeting of the Wenatchee City Council where they also offered what they claim is evidence that any and all traveling circuses with animal act
New Year's Eve Fireworks Legal In Some Parts Of NCW
New Year's Eve Fireworks Legal In Some Parts Of NCW
New Year's Eve Fireworks Legal In Some Parts Of NCW
Fireworks will be allowed in many areas of North Central Washington on New Year's Eve this year. In Chelan County, fireworks are permissible for discharge between 6 p.m. on Dec. 31 and 1 a.m. on Jan. 1. Spokesperson, Jill FitzSimmons, says that window applies to all unincorporated areas of the county with one important stipulation...
City Of Wenatchee Seeking Applicants For City Council
City Of Wenatchee Seeking Applicants For City Council
City Of Wenatchee Seeking Applicants For City Council
The City of Wenatchee is accepting applications for a new councilmember. Position 2 on the council will soon be vacated by Mike Poirier, who will assume the roll of mayor next month after winning the seat in November's general election over Brian Campbell...
City Of Wenatchee Opens Application Period For Lodging Tax Grants
City Of Wenatchee Opens Application Period For Lodging Tax Grants
City Of Wenatchee Opens Application Period For Lodging Tax Grants
The City of Wenatchee is opening its application period for 2024 tourism grants. The City is allocating $100,000 in funding to non-profits, lodging associations, chambers of commerce, destination marketing organizations, convention and visitors’ bureaus, and municipalities for tourism and tourism-related activities. C...
Wenatchee Parks Keeping Folks Cool During Extreme Heat
Wenatchee Parks Keeping Folks Cool During Extreme Heat
Wenatchee Parks Keeping Folks Cool During Extreme Heat
The Wenatchee Parks & Recreation Department is reminding residents that they have ways to help you cool off during this week's extreme heat. The splash pads at both Rotary and Lincoln Parks are open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week, and the wading pools at Kiwanis-Methow, Pennsylvania, and Washington Parks are open Monday through Friday from 1 - 5 p.m. ...
Scooter Company Making Upgrades To Wenatchee Ops
Scooter Company Making Upgrades To Wenatchee Ops
Scooter Company Making Upgrades To Wenatchee Ops
The company that brought electric scooter service to the Wenatchee Valley is in the process of making numerous upgrades to its operations in the area. Bird scooters is taking the actions after the Wenatchee City Council expressed concerns over several issues with the company's service at its July 13 meeting, including diminished vehicle quality, stray and uncharged vehicles, and the allowance of u

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