Chelan Falls, WA

Our Valley Our Future Conducting Housing Survey

Residents of Chelan and Douglas County are invited to participate in a housing survey being put on by Our Valley Our Future (OVOF). Coordinator Steve Maher said OVOF wants to get a better picture of the housing challenges facing those within the region as well as their experiences in the market.
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Baseball Seeding and Regional Tournaments Announced

The Chelan Mountain Goat Baseball team is seeded #3 in the state 1A baseball tournament and will travel to Wenatchee on Saturday for the start of regionals to take on #14 Meridian. Here is the link to the tournament bracket: CLICK HERE FOR LINK. More information will be announced regarding...

Eastmont soccer advances to State, Wenatchee earns #3 seed

Eastmont advanced to the State 4A Soccer Tournament Saturday with a narrow win over Sunnyside. The Wildcats edged the Grizzlies 3-2 to keep their season alive. At the District 6 A-B Tournament in Quincy, Bridgeport ended Okanogan’s season 5-4. Manson topped Brewster 4-2. And Quincy is the District Champion after a 1-nil decision over Cascade.

Tennis Recap: Girls Tennis District Champs, Harding CTL Boys Singles Champ, Boys Districts This Week

May 16, 2022. Chelan, WA. The Chelan Mountain Goat Boys and Girls Tennis teams competed in the CTL Championships over the weekend. For the boys, this was a chance for the players to earn individual CTL honors, as well as prepare for the upcoming District 6 tournament. For the girls, the CTL Championships also served as the District 6 Championships. The girls team was able to capture the District 6 title, and both teams had lots of individual accolades.

[5/16/22] Calls To Manson Fire Up . . . And Down

Manson Fire Department is seeing an increase . . . and a decrease . . . in the number of calls it’s receiving. Manson Fire Chief Arnold Baker says they’re seeing an increase in calls for EMS services, which he says is not surprising, because the tourist season is getting underway. But he’s seeing a decrease in the number of fire calls. Baker says he’s delighted at that, though others have expressed alarm. He’s attributing the decreased fire calls perhaps to a more educated and informed population:

Medieval Faire returns to Cashmere this weekend

After a two-year hiatus in which a plague stalked the land, the Two Rivers Medieval Faire returns this weekend to the Chelan County Expo Center in Cashmere. The renaissance festival began as a fun family event in 2008, usually held at Wenatchee Valley College. The event has since grown, with...

[5/16/22] Straub On Mansfield Airport Way Ownership

Posted in Local Government & Meetings, Transportation. We told you last week about Douglas County’s going to court to settle the question of whether the county or the town of Mansfield owns Airport Way. We have more on that now from Douglas County Commissioner Marc Straub, who says this has been a long-running issue:

102nd Apple Blossom Weekend in Manson

Information compiled, LCN file photo above from 2019. The 102nd Manson Apple Blossom Festival kicks off this weekend with a Friday night crowning pageant at Manson High School beginning at 6:30. This years event, dubbed “Back in Bloom”, ramps up with day long activities on Saturday. Saturday events...

2 suspects steal donation box from convenience store in Brewster

BREWSTER — Police are looking for two suspects who stole a donation box from a Brewster convenience store. The theft occurred Tuesday night at the Quik-E-Mart off Highway 97. A man and woman reportedly stole the donation box while making a purchase. Store employees say the donations were for...

Eastmont can capture league softball title today

Cascade celebrated a regular season Caribou Trail League Championship on a winning note in prep fastpitch softball yesterday. The Kodiaks edged Cashmere 10-7 to finish the regular season. Cascade will host the District 6 1A Tournament a week from tomorrow, facing Quincy at 11am. Cashmere plays Omak at 1. The winners from the first two games will play for the District Championship at 3 o’clock.

Boys Soccer Concludes Season at Districts

May 13, 2022. Chelan, WA. The Chelan Mountain Goat Boys Soccer team concluded its season on Wednesday with a 4-1 loss at Okanogan in the District 6 play-offs. The team finishes the the season with a 6-10-2 overall record, 3-5 record in league play, 4th place finish in the CTL, and went 1-1 in the District 6 play-offs. Overall, it was an up and down season for the team, which battled through a challenging schedule and the adversity of missing key players throughout the year. There were plenty of positives for the team on the season, including competing with some of the top 1A schools in the state. The team was very young, with only one senior on the roster, and has high aspirations for the future.

New 6.5 mile trail proposed along Lake Chelan

LAKE CHELAN — The U.S. Forest Service Chelan Ranger District is proposing a new trail along Lake Chelan. The proposal includes developing about 6.5 miles of non-motorized trail near 25 Mile Creek State Park, including portions of the historic Civilian Conservation era Box Canyon Trail. The new trail would run parallel to Lake Chelan.

NCWLIFE Evening News May 12th, 2022

Good evening, and welcome to the NCWLIFE Evening News. I’m Grant Olson. Before we get to tonight’s top stories, let’s take a quick look outside our weather window. Now, A few of the news stories we’re following for you tonight, Brewster police are looking for a man and woman suspected of stealing a donation box from a convenience store last night. The family of a Moses Lake woman who police say was murdered in March is offering a $5,000 reward for information that leads to her body being found and The Wenatchee School District is holding a gang awareness conversation with local law enforcement.

Photos from Inland Northwest tribes' salmon release at Chief Joseph Dam in Central Washington

It starts raining just as two trucks hauling juvenile salmon arrive near the end of a gravel road at Chief Joseph Dam in the Central Washington town of Bridgeport on Friday, May 6. The trucks, driven by scientists from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) and Coeur d'Alene Tribe Fisheries Program, stop with the last group of salmon from what was initially about 5,000 total summer chinook reared at a Coeur d'Alene Tribe hatchery in Plummer, Idaho.