• Scotty McCreery Reclaims No. 1 on Top 20
    Scotty McCreeryScotty McCreery is back on top with “Feelin’ It” on this week’s Top 20 Country Countdown! Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood bump down to No. 2 with “Somethin’ Bad,” while Lady Antebellum moves into the No. 3 position with “Bartender.” New videos from Hunter Hayes, RaeLynn and Eric Church also make their countdown debuts. Top [...]
  • U.S. National Park Service Celebrates Its 98th Birthday
    great-smoky-mountain-national-parkThe United States National Park Service turns 98 on Monday! In honor of the park service’s birthday, entrance fees will be waived so that everyone can enjoy celebratory activities across the nation. With 401 national parks in our own backyard, why not take advantage of the parks’ beautiful scenery, historical value and birthday events for [...]
  • Johnny Cash Boyhood Home Is Now Open
    Johnny CashFans of Johnny Cash can now visit the home he grew up in. The Johnny Cash Boyhood Home opened in Dyess, Arkansas, on Saturday, reports Rolling Stone Country. The ribbon-cutting ceremony was attended by members of the Cash family, who lived in the home from 1935 until 1953. The five-bedroom home has been refurnished with [...]
  • Florida Georgia Line Digs Deeper with “Dirt” Music Video
    Florida Georgia Line Dirt Music VideoFlorida Georgia Line recently released the video for their new single, “Dirt.” Known for their feel-good party anthems and good-time music videos, “Dirt” digs a little deeper. Watch Florida Georgia Line’s “Dirt” music video >> “I think it’s a more dramatic video,” Brian Kelley said. “It matches the song. The song is kind of a [...]
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  • Wenatchee Valley Medical Center Reopens After Lockdown
    After a lock down at the Wenatchee Valley Medical Center for fear that a gunman was in the building turned out to be a false alarm. Shortly before 4:30p.m., a witness described a man wearing a green jacket entered WVMC's Mares Building carrying what appeared to be a rifle with the stock end of a rifle showing.  The report prompted a lock down of the entire building and a thorough search of the building by police. At about 6p.m.,Police say the building reopened after it was discovered that the individual that carried what appeared to look like a rifle was an employee who had placed the BB gun in the basement of the office area and left the building...
  • Douglas County Wildfire Evacution Alerts Lifted In Desert Canyon Area
    A lightning-sparked brush fire's threat to structures has diminished prompting the removal of all evacuation alerts.   Late Thursday night and early Friday morning the fire spread to about a thousand acres in Douglas County triggering level two evacuations in the Browns Canyon near the Desert Canyon resort area.   US Forest Service officials say the fire was reported in the 5 oclock hour yesterday...
  • Gorge Amphitheater Economic Impacts Touted
    Nearly 400,000 people attended concerts at The Gorge Amphitheater in 2013, generating $4.6 million in state and local taxes...
  • Settlement Reached in Wenatchee High School Drowning
    The teacher who was in charge of a Wenatchee High School gym class when a student drowned will be paid for two more years to remain on leave.      A settlement was reached this month with Ed Knaggs who was fired over the 2011 drowning but won reinstatement.      he'll be paid about $165,000 to remain on administrative leave through August 2016.      The settlement was approved by the school board and teachers union...
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