The annual People of Our Past event is this Saturday at the Wenatchee Valley Museum. John Arthur Brown, Wenatchee Valley College teacher and local author and portrayed by Bill Murray, joins Dan to talk about his love of history and writing.
Helen Van Tassel, Wenatchee Valley College's first dean of women and portrayed by Tracy Carlson at the annual People of Our Past event, joins Dan to talk about the history of WVC and her legacy of education here in the valley.
A prominent developer in the Chelan area, 46-year-old George "Ted" Schroth, was arrested Wednesday by Chelan County Sheriff’s Deputies for allegedly trying to kill a line of trees that block views of Lake Chelan near his development The Lookout. Jay Witherbee with sister station KOZI reports.
Leavenworth Mayor Cheri Farivar and City Administrator Joel Walinski join Clint to talk about the passage of the Cascade School construction bond, fire-wise funding, new sandwich board "pointy people" in town, yard waste and the Pine Street rebuild.
Eric Granstrom has taken the reins as manager of the NCW Fair in Waterville. He joins Dan in the KOHO studio to talk about this experience, vision for the fair, new additions this year and what the 125-year-old fair means to the community.
In this week's KOHO Outdoor Report, Hanne Beener and Sharon Lunz with the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust talk seasonal trail closures, volunteer opportunities, a Mule Deer Summit March 5 and a community survey on their website.