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Leavenworth City Council Accept 2023-2028 Water Efficiency Goals
Last year, the city amassed over 45k gallons of water more than the year prior due to the unusually hot summer combined with the influx of new residents.
Link Transit Will Remain Free to Ride
Bus Fare will continue to be free of charge.
Washington License Plate Registration Costs Will Increase by 400% After July 1
License plates for newly registered vehicles will increase from $10 to $50, vehicle replacement plates $10 to $30, motorcycles $4 to $20, and motorcycle replacement plates from $4 to $12.
Upper Valley Connection Introduces Beauty and the Beast Jr.
Upper Valley Connection is a Leavenworth-based nonprofit that hosts recreational activities for individuals with developmental disabilities. Actors include Angelina Olsen, playing Belle, Leo Black as Gaston, and Lukas Corradini as The Beast.
Grant County Sheriff’s Office Donate $83k Towards Behind the Badge Foundation
The donation is in honor of fallen Deputy John Bernard, who was killed in a car crash during a routine traffic stop in Ephrata back in 2010. He served Grant County for four years.
Commissioners Hold Dedication Ceremony for West Cashmere Bridge
Chelan County Commissioners recently unveiled the new West Cashmere Bridge, the largest construction project in Chelan County to date.
Accident in Quincy Leaves Three Dead, Two Injured
A single car collision north of Quincy left three occupants dead and seriously injured two other occupants. The driver is currently unknown, however alcohol and speed may have played a factor into this crash. Only one passenger wore a seatbelt.
Skookum Sign Comes Down
Wenatchee's famous Skookum sign came down on June 19, reportedly for paint refurbishment.
Family Create GoFundMe for Man Found Under the Wenatchee River Bridge
The man found underneath the Wenatchee River Bridge on Sunday was identified to be Jose L. Sanchez Espinoza.
Homicide in Tonasket Leaves Two Dead
The Okanogan County Sheriff's Office is investigating a homicide case that occurred on June 20 around 1 p.m., leaving two people dead.