The Chelan PUD Board of Commissioners heard additional public comment on a proposed rate for energy-intense users and provided direction to staff on further developing a new rate class for customers such as data servers, block-chain and bitcoin operations.
Leavenworth City Administrator Joel Walinski joins Clint to talk about a new maypole, discussions on affordable housing after the cancellation of Meadowlark, improving communication between the council and staff, vacation rentals and more.
In this week's KOHO Outdoor Report, Hanne Beener and Hillary Schwirtlich with the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust talk trail work parties, a new trail in the Horse Lake Reserve, Sage Hills opening April 1, upcoming events and more.
Officials with Chelan County, the PUD, two geo-technical firms and residents along Whispering Ridge Road are keeping a close eye on movement of the slope over the last few weeks and even days. The sheriff's office says the entire slope could come down with little or no warning. Dan Langager reports.
Three conservation groups have settled a lawsuit they filed to stop the U.S. Forest Service from opening 350 miles of forest roads to motorized vehicles in central Washington. Icicle Broadcasting's Jay Witherbee reports.
Scott Parsons, your Garden Guru here on KOHO, chats with Clint about exploring gardens outside of the Wenatchee Valley, spring weather ramping up, greens in the cold frame, what should be planted next, fig trees and more.
The doors shut on a proposed housing development in Leavenworth last week, after years of planning by non-profit Upper Valley MEND. Its board of directors has yet to decide on the future of the 23-acre property on Titus Road. They’ll spend the next couple weeks re-grouping, as Dan Langager reports.