Crosby, Stills, & Nash have just added a whopping 24 new stops to their 2014 summer tour. New concerts are now on the books for Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Indiana, Tennessee, Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, Washington, California, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and Nevada. 2014 sees Crosby, Stills, & Nash just as busy with projects outside of the group as they were back in the early-1970’s. Stephen Stills explains that the strength and success of the group allows their other creative outlets to flourish: "It was the one we designated when we started. It was the whole idea in the first place. . . We were trying to think of a name, so we decided to use our names and -- ‘Why?’ Well, ‘cause we can use it as a mothership, y’see, and keep coming and going and doing our own things and (it) has become the most reliant." : May 8 - Santa Cruz, CA - The Catalyst May 9 - Redding, CA - Cascade Theater May 11 - Portland, OR - Aladdin Theater May 13 - Boise, ID - Knitting Factory May 14 - Salt Lake City, UT - The Depot May 16 - Aspen, CO - Belly Up Aspen May 17 - Boulder, CO - Boulder Theater May 19 - San Francisco, CA - Yoshi’s SF May 20 - Oakland, CA - Yoshi’s Oakland May 22 - Napa, CA - City Winery May 24 - Santa Barbara, CA - The Granada May 25 - Riverside, CA - Fox Performing Arts Center May 27, 28 - Solana Beach, CA - Belly Up Tavern May 30 - San Juan Capistrano, CA - The Coach House May 31 - Las Vegas, NV - House Of Blues June 3 - Tucson, AZ - Fox Tucson Theater AUDIO: STEPHEN STILLS ON CSN BEING THE MOTHERSHIP
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  • Wenatchee School District To Hold Executive Decision On Judges
    A decision on whether Wenatchee School District will appeal a supreme court decision to reinstate Ed Knaggs could happen during an executive session Wednesday.  A statement pertaining to the matter was released by the school district Wednesday.  Knaggs, a teacher and coach was fired after the accidental drowning of freshman Antonia Reyes in 2011.  Officials say an appeal needs to be filed by Friday, April 18th.  Knaggs was put on payroll last month, but he remains on administrative leave while the district decides whether it will appeal the judge’s decision.  
  • Cashmere Fire Damages Structures
    Firefighters battled gusty winds in putting out a structure fire in Cashmere this morning. The fire damaged an outbuilding on Webster Street and Cashmere Fire Chief Matt Brunner says crews were able to limit the damage. Brunner says firefighters had to cope with gusty winds which fanned the flames toward neighboring property. There were no reported injuries      
  • Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Purchases Three Thousand Acres In Stemilt
    A major land purchase will preserve about 3-thousand acres in the Stemilt Basin SouthWest of Wenatchee for recreation and agriculture.  Chelan County Commissioners have exercised an option with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation to purchase the lands owned by Longview Fiber in the Squilchuck and Stemilt basin. Commissioner Ron Walter says the deal comes as a result of a three-year planning process with the working group, Stemilt Partnership, which is comprized of a variety of stakeholder groups. Commissioner Walter says the land purchase closed this week. He says the next step will be formulating a management plan through the Stemilt Working Group  
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