Audio from Trooper John Bryant
Vandals are wreaking havoc on a popular educational site that’s run by volunteers. Listen to the Columbia Breaks Fire Interpretive Center board president Dave Spies tell KOZI about the damage near Entiat, as well as give history about the center.
When video of graffiti spray-painted on rocks along the south shore of Lake Chelan began circulating on Facebook earlier this week, it prompted heated discussion, as well as spurred several community members to begin organized work parties to remove the paint. Listen to Lauren Loebsack, Department of Transportation, tell KOZI what happened when they followed […]
Listen to community members share whey they participated in Sunday’s protest and vigil. AUDIO
Listen to Sheriff Brian Burnett tell KOZI about a letter he gave the Chelan County Commissioners as part of their petition to push the county into phase two of the state’s Safe Start order. AUDIO 1:55
Residents of the Lake Chelan valley continue to call in to KOZI’s second cup morning show with concerns about out-of-town visitors during the coronavirus pandemic and Governor Inslee’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy order. Listen to Mayor Bob Goedde and Chelan County Commissioner Doug England talk about the issue. AUDIO: 1:47
Chelan county commissioner tells KOZI about the Board’s new resolution restricting vacation rentals and other visitors to the county. AUDIO: 2:20
Local law enforcement wants to quell any fears they’ll be enforcing new “Stay at Home, Stay Healthy” restrictions with a heavy hand, and Sheriff Brian Burnett tells KOZI the agency’s primary role is to help educate people about how to comply with orders to stay home.
Chelan County Sheriff Sergeant Chris Foreman tells KOZI about his recent experience in Washington DC.
(AUDIO) Phone calls and voice mails from a trusted public agency are confusing and alarming residents across the state.