Lady Antebellum is gearing up to release their new album, 747, on September 30. The band put their hearts and souls into the project, and feel their new music will be with them for a long time. They are also eyeing a couple of prizes. “The recording process and all of that will always be [...]
Brantley Gilbertmay come across as a tough guy, but he has a soft spot when it comes to his dog, Sylo. He has had Sylo for about seven months and couldn’t imagine a better touring partner. Country Stars and Their Pets Photo Gallery >> “He is the most awesome dog that I can imagine,” Gilbert [...]
Upcycling beginners, home decorating newbies and lost souls of the flea market, rejoice! Lara Spencer, the flea market guru and authority on transforming trash into treasure, is here to help. In her second book, Flea Market Fabulous: Designing Gorgeous Rooms with Vintage Treasures, Spencer offers design tips for incorporating vintage finds into modern spaces and [...]
Blake Shelton has released a new music video for his latest single, “Neon Light.” The video captures the highlights of Shelton’s energetic live shows, as well as the fun that fans have in the parking lot, while he performs the song. The track can be found on his upcoming album, Bringing Back the Sunshine, set [...]
Posted: September 22nd, 2014
Firefighters are battled a lightning caused brush fire four miles southwest of Cashmere continues to back down a ridge, no homes are threatened.
Authorities say the 30 acre blaze scorched open timber, grass and brush at the top of the Yaksum ridge.
Forest Service Spokeswoman Susan Peterson says fire crews called for back up.
Fire officials say the closest structures were located two-miles down-wind from the fire
Due to the time of year, Peterson says fire crews hope to have the blaze fully contained within the next 48 hours.
Posted Sunday, 09-21-14
Out with the Oak, in with the new. Chelan County PUD Parks manager Ray Heit says District crews will take out some oak trees in Riverfront Park and replace them with 15 new ornamental trees. In a news release Heigh says the oak trees are too big for the area they are and their invasive root system has caused sidewalks and pavers to be pushed up, making the pavement uneven. Work is expected to start at the end of the month and completed by the end of October.