Jason is the News Director at News Radio 560 KPQ. My news background includes a number of different stops in radio newsrooms across the Midwest and the Western states. He covered both the Kansas and Missouri state legislatures, being stationed in the capital cities of both states. He now enjoys covering local news here in North Central Washington, A lot happens here in the recreation playground we live in. As they say, all politics is local.
Heavy Cascade Snow Coming, But Snowpack Level Likely To Stay Low
National Weather Service Meteorologist Joey Clevenger says the storm will hit Stevens Pass especially hard at times.
Prescribed Burns Coming To The Okanogan Wenatchee National Forest
The mild winter and recent warmer temperatures are giving crews access to prescribed fire units earlier this year than last.
WA Fish And Wildlife Asking For Public Help On Squirrel Status
The agency is currently looking for information about the Washington and Townsend’s ground squirrels.
Restoration Work Being Done On WA National Forest Lookouts
Work was completed to restore much of one structure in Okanogan County - the North Twentymile Lookout D-6 Cupola - last summer on its 100th anniversary.
Chelan County Gathers Public Ideas On Future For Peshastin Site
About 35 people attended a workshop Tuesday night where they offered their opinions on what should be done with the land.
Record Lows Recorded In Wenatchee; Snow, Freezing Rain Coming
Wenatchee, Lake Chelan, the Waterville Plateau and the Columbia basin all get 3-5 inches of snow Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday night.
Two Chelan County Projects Get $1.25 Million To Restore Waterways
Chelan County is getting nearly $770,000 to complete the study to relocate the Peshastin Creek with its historic floodplain near U.S. Hwy 97 north of Blewett Pass.
Avalanche Center Now Functioning For NCW Forest Recreationists
National forest spokesperson Robin DeMario says winter recreationists will find it helpful to understand some of the terms the Avalanche Center uses.
Chelan PUD Touts Fish Survival Rate Through Rocky Reach Dam
Juvenile Chinook salmon traveling downstream had a survival rate of almost 94 percent while almost 100 percent of adult fish traveling back upstream survived.
Okanogan Wenatchee National Forest Allows Christmas Tree Cutting
A $5.00 permit allows a family to chop down one tree in the forest, with a height limit of 15 feet.