In our You Can Live Your Dream series this month on KOHO, contributor Terry Allen sits down with Bill Forhan, owner of the Leavenworth Echo, and his wife Carol, to talk about defining and achieving success.
The Meadowlark Affordable Housing Development in Leavenworth hit a major budget shortfall after not receiving a six-figure grant. They're asking the city to help defer some costs. Chuck Reppas, Executive Director of Upper Valley MEND, joins Clint to talk about how they can fill the gap.
Thanks to community and business donations, 80 elementary school students from Wenatchee and Eastmont get a personalized shopping trip at Hooked on Toys. And not with their parents, siblings or even their teachers. They shop with a local police officer.
The life of a Wenatchee High School teacher took a dramatic hit when both his parents and his grandmother lost their lives in a car accident near Kennewick. Members of the community have been raising support for the suffering family.
Wenatchee city councilman Bryan Campbell swings by the KOHO studio to recap last night's city council meeting, wrapping up final agenda items for the year and his desire to continue serving the community even after his council term closes at the end of the year.
Brad Blackburn joins Clint in your monthly Financial Wanderings to talk about the Fed raising interest rates next year after hinting at it for months, the prices of oil and gas and market action in 2016.