The fourth annual American Country Awards will re-air on Great American Country, Saturday, December 21 at 8/7c. †The energetic two-hour broadcast, hosted by Trace Adkins and Danica Patrick, features live performances by country musicís top stars including Luke Bryan, Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker, Florida Georgia Line, Lady Antebellum, LeAnn Rimes, Thomas Rhett, Randy Houser, Jake [...]
New music is on the way from Johnny Cash, reports The Hollywood Reporter. On March 25, his estate is releasing Out Among the Stars, an album Johnny recorded with Billy Sherrill in the early 1980s. It was never released by Columbia Records and disappeared when the label dropped Johnny in 1986. The tape was found [...]
Trevor Brazile went from one stage to another Tuesday night, from giving out a music award to becoming the most decorated cowboy in the history of rodeo. Life as a celebrity presenter at the American Country Awards was fun for Brazile, but taking center stage at rodeo’s marquee event meant more to the legendary roper. [...]
Florida Georgia Line was the big winner at Tuesday nightís American Country Awards, bringing home a total of six guitars, including Artist of the Year: New Artist and Single of the Year, Single of the Year: New Artist, Music Video of the Year: New Artist, Most Played Radio Track and Most Played Radio Track: New [...]
Local health officials are anticipating a late start to the flu season this year.
As it stands, Chelan-Douglas Health District's Mary Small says the number those afflicted with the flu virus are low.
Small says the usual spread of influenza should take effect in mid-January.
Flu immunization shots are being conducted at pharmacies and local clinics.
East Wenatchee's city council unanimously ok'd an 11-million dollar spending plan during a regularly scheduled meeting at city hall Tuesday.
Documents show that the city increased its allocation of funds towards capital improvement projects in the amount of 2.6-million dollars with the majority of those funds spent on streets.
East Wenatchee Mayor Steve Lacy outlines a list of projects he's happy to see slated for 2014.
Other expenses included the 806-thousand dollars spent on improvements to the city's storm water utility system.
Revenues are projected to hit 10.5-million dollars, a four million dollar decrease from 2013 the year prior but nearly 2-million more than recorded in 2012.
The city will start the year with a beginning cash balance of 3.1-million dollars.
Could East Wenatchee follow Wenatchee's lead in preventing legal pot sales to set up shop in town? Mayor Steve Lacy suggests that could be the case.
The City Council is 4 months into a six month moratorium on the establishment of pot related businesses within its city limits...
Dams versus the environment. . .two of the regions longest running political feuds were topics of debate at Monday's Congressional field hearing in Pasco.
Columbia River user groups aired their concerns about the river's future under a new treaty between the U-S and Canada.
The treaty was originally established to cover flood control and power generation. The United States has proposed changes to the pact that would also cover environmental protections.
Greg Haller with the Pacific Rivers Association said a new treaty needs to address changing dynamics on the river . .
But others such as Ron Reiman with the Columbia and Snake River Irrigators Association fear changes to the treaty that could put the State's agricultural economy in jeopardy . .
Monday's hearing was held by the House Natural Resources Committee chaired by 4th district congressman, Doc Hastings.
The treaty has no end date, but it includes an option for either country to terminate most treaty provisions anytime before September 2024 60 years since it was signed.