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January 6 What Happened Today   

January 06, 2015
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.


Local Healthcare Update   

January 05, 2015
Taking a look at healthcare reform over the last year and what's ahead in 2015, Jesus Hernandez, Director of Community Choice Healthcare Network in Cashmere, joins Clint in the KOHO studio.


Local Sports Talk with Doug Flanagan   

January 05, 2015
Sports Editor with the Wenatchee World Doug Flanagan swings by the KOHO studio to talk about the last weekend in school sports and what's ahead here in the new year.


Keeping Those New Year's Resolutions   

January 05, 2015
Luke Estell with Balance Point Health and Fitness in Leavenworth joins Clint to talk about the best ways to make reasonable New Year's resolutions and how to stick with them.


January 5 What Happened Today   

January 05, 2015
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.


Local Employment Update   

January 02, 2015
November numbers are in for Chelan and Douglas Counties from the Employment Security Department. Regional Labor Economist for NCW Don Meseck joins Dan in the KOHO studio for their monthly chat to go over the latest job stats.


PUD Wants Your Help in Future Planning   

January 02, 2015
As part of their on-going strategic planning, the Chelan County Public Utility District is seeking comments from customer-owners here in the new year. They’re asking residents to “think big” and consider what’s ahead for future generations in our county. Dan Langager filed this report on the latest in their strategic planning process.


Pet of the Week   

January 02, 2015
Tamra with the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society brings your Pet of the Week Sweet Cheeks by the KOHO studio.


January 2 What Happened Today   

January 02, 2015
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.


Beaver Gnawing PUD Patience   

December 31, 2014
The Chelan County PUD says beaver are destroying newly planted trees and shrubs in Entiat Park, as well as important shoreline vegetation in several other parks. As a result, the PUD is expanding its existing contract with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to trap, remove and destroy the beaver. Our own Dan Langager has the details.


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