Posts Tagged ‘Wenatchee Valley’

Icicle Creek Glaciers and Upper Valley Erratics

Wenatchee Valley Erratics Chapter of the Ice Age Floods Institute will meet at 7:00 P.M., Tuesday, February 13 at the Wenatchee Valley Museum, 127 South Mission, Wenatchee. Glaciers from Icicle Creek advanced multiple times over the past several hundred thousand years and left deposits near Leavenworth. Some thought lakes or slack water from Glacial Lake…

Read More

“Assembling the Northwest: A Roadside View of Oregon and Washington Geology”

Wenatchee Valley Erratics Chapter of the Ice Age Floods Institute will meet at 7:00 P.M., Wednesday, November 29 at the Wenatchee Valley Museum, 127 South Mission, Wenatchee. The Wenatchee Valley Erratics presents a holiday extra! Marli Miller, Dept. of Earth Sciences, U. of Oregon, will talk about her just published rewrite of Roadside Geology of…

Read More

Electric Toasters Toastmasters Club

Want to hone your interview skills to get a better job? Are you looking for a way to be heard at work? Does your team need to improve their customer service, or build leadership skills? Toastmasters can help! Our weekly learn-by-doing workshops help you gain the skills and confidence you need to stand out from…

Read More

Link Transit Likely Seeking Local Sales Tax Increase To Expand Bus Service

In order to expand bus service to Sundays, add routes, ride-sharing and more, Link Transit will likely ask voters to approve a small tax increase to the local sales tax, bringing in up to $5 million more to their operating budget. Link’s board meeting next week will discuss putting a measure to the voters in February. Marcus…

Read More

$250 Million Could Reshape Lower Wenatchee Valley Transportation

The City of Wenatchee partnered with several entities around the region to apply for a federal grant to help improve traffic on both side of the Columbia River. The “transportation circle” as it is called will see some major changes over the next few years, especially if $150 million in federal funding gets approved. Marcus…

Read More

Our Valley Our Future to Unveil Housing Study Results

Our Valley, Our Future / Nuestro Valle, Nuestro Futuro will release the results of its regional housing survey and ask residents to help begin developing solutions for the region’s housing woes at the “Where Will We Live?” Community Forum at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 20 at Pybus Market’s Events Center. A Greater Wenatchee Urban Housing…

Read More

Our Valley Our Future Launches Regional Housing Study

With housing prices continuing to rise sharply and housing availability at a premium, Our Valley, Our Future / Nuestro Valle, Nuestro Futuro launched an online survey today to get a better idea of housing challenges residents and businesses are facing — and how the region can shape potential solutions. Steve Maher, Project Coordinator of Our Valley,…

Read More

Our Valley Our Future Launching Regional Housing Authority

Our Valley, Our Future / Nuestro Valle, Nuestro Futuro is convening a housing ambassadors group this month to help with a multi-step project that aims to improve the region’s housing climate, said Project Coordinator Steve Maher. The initial work is part of Our Valley’s Regional Housing Approach project, one of seven “game-changers” listed in the first…

Read More