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City of Wenatchee Update   

January 10, 2014
Wenatchee City Council Member Linda Herald and Executive Services Director Allison Williams stop by the KOHO studio to talk city matters and the upcoming Martin Luther King Jr. festivities.


Jan. 10 What Happened Today   

January 10, 2014
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.


Chelan County Sheriff's Update   

January 09, 2014
Chelan County Sheriff Brian Burnett drops by the KOHO studio for our first chat of 2014 to talk about a new Special Investigative Unit and other changes and challenges ahead in 2014.


What To Do About Pot...   

January 09, 2014
Following up on a conversation we had yesterday with the East Wenatchee Planning Commission concerning marijuana, it seems handling the new pot law remains a sticky subject for the city – namely how best to move forward, if at all. Eastmont Community Development Director Lori Barnett says all the cards are still on the table. Dan Langager spoke with Barnett about where things stand and where they could be headed.


Pet of the Week   

January 09, 2014
Jennifer Wieking with the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society stops by the studio with Kalie, a spirited lab-boxer mix, the first Pet of the Week in 2014.


Jan. 9 What Happened Today   

January 09, 2014
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.


Outdoor Report   

January 08, 2014
In this first Outdoor Report of 2014, Andy Dappen with wenatcheeoutdoors.org joins us to talk snowfall, avalanche concerns, sliking and upcoming events.


Eastmont Planning Commissioner Weighs in on Pot   

January 08, 2014
East Wenatchee Planning Commission member and Parks and Recreation Director Sally Brawley stops by the KOHO studio to talk parks, pot and why marijuana is a sticky issue in Eastern Washington.


Jan. 8 What Happened Today   

January 08, 2014
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.


Chelan County Considers Flood Control District   

January 07, 2014
With the severe amounts of flooding that rolled through Chelan County last summer, and in years past, commissioners have signed an intent to form a Flood Control District. Director of Chelan County Public Works Mitch Reister joins us to talk about how the district will function, be funded and ultimately benefit the community.


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