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May is Historic Preservation Month    

May 03, 2016
Wenatchee boasts more than 250 historic commercial and residential buildings. Overseeing their designation is the Historic Preservation Board. Allison Williams and Linda Haglund join Clint to talk about Historic Preservation Month.


Fundraising Continues to Save Peshastin Waterfront   

May 03, 2016
Mike Sorensen with Complete the Loop Coalition joins Dan to talk about the latest with efforts to save 14 acres of Wenatchee River waterfront at the old Peshastin Mill Site.


Garden Guru   

May 03, 2016
In this week's Garden Guru segment, Scott Parsons answers some listener questions about seed spacing and germination, carrots and other root vegetables and pairing fresh basil with brandywine tomatoes.


May 3 What Happened Today   

May 03, 2016
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.


Future of Leavenworth Skate Park Unclear   

May 02, 2016
Due to an upcoming addition to Cascade High School, the skate park located there will be demolished. As a city-owned park, Superintendent Bill Motsenbocker tells KOHO it is not the responsibility of the school district to build a replacement.


AppleSox Season Prep Underway, Host Families Needed   

May 02, 2016
Owner and General Manager of the AppleSox baseball team Jim Corcoran swings by the KOHO studio to talk about the upcoming season, housing players with local families and preparing for opening day June 3.


KOHO Arts Corner - Local Library Events   

May 02, 2016
Kim Neher, adult services manager at North Central Regional Libraries, joins Dan to talk about upcoming events and programs at local libraries in NCW.


Local Sports Update   

May 02, 2016
David Heiling, Sports Editor at the Wenatchee World, joins Dan to talk about the latest with Big 9 and CLT baseball, softball and soccer and upcoming features in the paper.


May 2 What Happened Today   

May 02, 2016
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.


Local Employment Update   

April 29, 2016
In Chelan-Douglas Counties, the manufacturing industry lost 400 jobs in February and March, all of them former employees of Alcoa’s Wenatchee Works smelter. And those jobs are gone for good unless the plant reopens or a similar one comes to town. Other industries, like retail and leisure and hospitality, are going gangbusters.


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