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Chelan County PUD Update   

January 28, 2014
In our weekly chat with folks at the Chelan County Public Utility District, Lindey Mohns joins us in studio to talk about upcoming public meetings about potential increases to the water and wastewater rates for PUD customers.


Steering Cashmere in the Right Direction   

January 28, 2014
What would you like the city of Cashmere to look like in the future? Join the city’s Chamber of Commerce this Thursday to give your two cents. The Chamber, along with the its Economic Development Steering Committee, is hosting a community dialogue this Thursday, Jan. 30 at 7 p.m. at the Riverside Center in Cashmere. Chairman of that Steering Committee, Tom Green, along with Chamber President Dan Dean stopped by the KOHO studio to give us the details.


Local Skaters Showcased at Winter Ice Gala   

January 28, 2014
The Town Toyota Center is hosting a Winter Ice Gala this Friday, Jan. 31, featuring both local and Olympic ice skaters. Skating Director at the Town Toyota Center Louise Kapekas dropped by the studio to talk about the event, her love of skating and the Wenatchee Figure Skating Club.


Jan. 28 What Happened Today   

January 28, 2014
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.


Wenatchee Schools Say "We Need $66.5 Million"   

January 27, 2014
A school bond now out to Chelan County residents would raise over $66.5 million to replace one elementary school and renovate several others. To talk about the much-needed improvements within this first phase of the two-phase bond initiative, Wenatchee Schools Superintendent Brian Flones and Facilities Committee co-chairman John McQuaig stop by the KOHO studio with the details.


Apple Blossom Royalty Top 10 Finalized   

January 27, 2014
Hard as it may seem to believe, it’s already that time of year when we start talking Apple Blossom – specifically, Apple Blossom royalty. A pool of 35 candidates have now been narrowed down to the top ten, and the high school girls have now begun preparations for the Royalty Pageant next week. To introduce us to the candidates from Wenatchee High School, our news intern Bridget Dowd filed this report.


What Defines a Healthy Community?   

January 27, 2014
That's exactly the question the Chelan-Douglas Health District is posing to the citizens of North Central Washington. The District is hosting four Active Living Informational Sessions, the first of which is tomorrow, Jan 28 from noon to 1 p.m. at the North Central Regional Library. Grant Assistant with the District Deb Miller stops by the KOHO studio to talk about the meetings and the active community we live in.


Jan. 27 What Happened Today   

January 27, 2014
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.


City of Wenatchee Update   

January 24, 2014
Wenatchee Mayor Frank Kuntz joins us in the KOHO studio to talk about lodging tax funds, much-needed improvements to the Wenatchee Convention Center and where the city stands on the marijuana issue as the state's recreational system rolls forward.


Local Legislators Update   

January 24, 2014
Senator Linda Evans-Parlette and Representatives Brad Hawkins and Cary Condotta join us for their regular chat during the legislative session to talk about two proposed bills and two opposing gun-control initiatives gaining traction here in Washington.


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