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The proposed Leavenworth Adventure Park would feature an alpine coaster, bungee trampoline and ropes course and would be constructed near Icicle Road and Highway 2 at the entrance to Tumwater Canyon. The construction of the Adventure Park has pitted the parks developers against those who oppose its construction, Friends of Leavenworth with the City of…

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Wenatchee Mayor Frank Kuntz joins Dan Langager on the KOHO Morning Show to talk about the future of two major pieces of land in the city – the old WSDOT buildings on North Wenatchee Avenue, which the city now owns, and Lineage Logistics’ south campus along Orondo Ave. and Columbia Street. The Port Authority of…

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Family Friendly! There will be Foosball, Corn-Hole, Legos, and other games for the kids. HAPPY HOUR FROM 6 – 9pm Roberto wants to answer your questions and hear your concerns. What do you feel is important to the future of Wenatchee? Why should Roberto be your representative? Come ask him hard questions, or simply drop…

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Initiatives to bring new businesses and jobs to rural areas can take many forms – including public and private entities working together towards a shared goal. A vision 15 years in the making by Chelan County developers is finally complete. The new Cashmere Mill Business Park was dedicated yesterday with leaders from throughout the region.…

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Wenatchee Mayor Frank Kuntz joins Dan Langager on the KOHO Morning Show to talk about recent land purchases and future developments throughout the city. The city council recently approved the purchase of the State Department of Transportation’s large property on North Wenatchee Avenue. The city plans to demolish several buildings there and nearby to make…

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As tourism and conventions increase in the centrally-located Wenatchee Valley, so must its ability to accommodate those travelling to our area. The Valley’s capacity just got a little bigger, as Marcus Bellissimo reports.  

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The Port Districts of Chelan and Douglas Counties will become one. On June 11, the three port commissioners from both counties voted unanimously to approve the merger, proposed by a task force looking into long-term planning for Pangborn Airport. The Ports jointly own and operate the airport, which is millions of dollars in debt and…

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