Posts Tagged ‘Peshastin Mill Site’

Outdoor Report – Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance

In this week’s KOHO Outdoor Report, Dan Langager talks with Travis Hornby, President of the Central Washington Chapter of the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance, about all the trail work they’ve done over this summer – from Ski Hill and the Peshastin Mill Site, to Devil’s Gulch and Squilchuck State Park. Hornby also talks about work up…

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Outdoor Report – Remembering Bob Parlette

North Central Washington lost one of its greatest outdoor advocates last week – Bob Parlette passed away at home at the age of 76. He was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia about two months ago. Parlette worked tirelessly to conserve natural resources and secure recreation opportunities throughout the region, especially trails like the Apple Capital Loop…

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Port of Chelan County Update – Economic Development Director Craig Larsen

Craig Larsen Business and Economic Development Director at the Port of Chelan County joins Chris Hansen to talk about new businesses from out of state and country potentially locating to Chelan County, ongoing work to bring new destinations to the Pangborn Memorial Airport, the future of the Cashmere and Peshastin old mill sites and the…

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Save Peshastin Mill Waterfront Group Finalizing Deed to Preserve 14 Acres

In late July the Save the Peshastin Mill Waterfront initiative reached their fundraising goal – $453,000 – to buy the mile-long riverfront property from Leavenworth’s Bill and Jenny Goebel. The Goebels purchased the 14 acres of waterfront and the upland 53 acres of the old Peshastin Mill Site from the Port of Chelan County earlier…

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Save Peshastin Waterfront Effort Succeeds

Last week we reported on the Save the Peshastin Waterfront group succeeding in raising enough money to preserve the mile of Wenatchee River for recreation and habitat. The group asked for a 60-day extension after failing to raise $453,000 by June 30. They only needed an extra 10 days to close the $35,000 gap. Our…

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