Articles by Dylan Carder

Kittitas County Holding Wood Stove Buy-Back

The following is a news release from the Washington Department of Ecology: KITTITAS COUNTY – Smoke is a problem in Kittitas County where it accumulates in valleys at levels that can harm human health. In an effort to reduce the impacts from older wood-burning stoves, buy-back events are planned in…


March for Science Planned for Earth Day

UNITE Wenatchee Valley is hosting a March for Science on Saturday followed by a free Earth Day science fair at the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center. The March for Science is an international movement with events planned around the world. Organizers say robustly funded and publicly communicated science is…


Comment Wanted on Grand Coulee Modernization Project

The following is a news release from the Grand Coulee Power Office: GRAND COULEE, Wash. — The Bureau of Reclamation is seeking comments on the Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) for the proposed Grand Coulee Dam G1 – G18 Modernization and Overhaul Project. The proposed project involves modernizing and overhauling the…


Public Meetings Planned for Grant County Fiber Optic Expansion

The following is a news release from Grant PUD:  EPHRATA, Wash. – Grant PUD is hosting two public meetings in April to provide customers an opportunity to learn and comment on possible expansion scenarios for the utility’s fiber optic system into unserved portions of the county. The first meeting is…


Lone Pine Market Robbed

Deputies in Douglas County are looking for suspects in a robbery of the Lone Pine Market on Highway 97. Around 5:30 Tuesday morning unknown suspects broke in and stole a cash register containing $250 in cash and a box which held $150 in nickels. They were also able to get…


Methow Valley Non-Profits to Share $63,050 Donation

The following is a news release from the Community Foundation of NCW: The Community Foundation of NCW has awarded $63,050 to Methow Valley nonprofits through the Methow Valley Fund (MVF). Established in 2006, the MVF is funded by an anonymous donor and donations from the public to support programs that…


Arbor Day Celebration Set for Saturday

The following is a news release from the Chelan PUD: WENATCHEE, WA – Tall trees such as maple and pine are landscape statement-makers. But, before you start to plant, look up and around to make sure that the seedling at its mature size will be a good mate in your…


CVCH Offers Free Community Walking Club

Columbia Valley Community Health is partnering with Golds Gym and Pybus Public Market to host a weekly walking club. The goal is to introduce walking as a form of exercise to individuals who have not started or are just beginning on their path to physical health and wellness. The weekly…


Three Players to Return to AppleSox in 2017

The following is a news release from the Wenatchee AppleSox: The Wenatchee AppleSox have begun to release the team’s 2017 roster, and three 2016 AppleSox players are set for a second season in Wenatchee, head coach Kyle Krustangel announced Monday. The first eight AppleSox roster additions of the year include…


$200,000 Donation Helps Fund Highway Safety Project

A stretch of US 12 will soon become safer to drive on thanks to a $200,000 donation from Kershaw Companies. The money will be used to partly fund the construction of an eastbound acceleration lane at Low Road. That will allow drivers the necessary room and distance to speed up…