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The KOHO Morning Show

6AM - 10AM    [Monday - Friday]

 

News, Music, Community

Catch the KOHO Morning Show weekday mornings starting at 6 am! Host Clint Strand and Dan Langager bring you up to the minute weather updates, road conditions and breaking news stories alongside an energetic mix of music. You'll also hear news features from environmental info, topics on health issues, sports and timely interviews with local and national officials and celebrities. It's a progressive approach to great morning radio helping to prepare you for the day.

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Wenatchee Sells $48 Million In Bonds For TTC Debt Repayment   

Clint Strand - September 21, 2012
Wenatchee Mayor Kunz: so much interest, city reduced interest rates, saving city money


FIRE UPDATES

Clint Strand - September 20, 2012
Check back here for updates on Wenatchee Valley Fires throughout the day


State Tells Feds To Hurry Up Hanford Timelines   

Clint Strand - September 05, 2012
State AG McKenna says he's frustrated over federal delays


FEATURE: OUTDOOR REPORT   

Clint Strand - September 05, 2012
School, schmool. Andy Dappen says the start of the school year is no excuse to stay indoors...especially in September.


FEATURE: GARDEN GURU   

Clint Strand - September 04, 2012
Labor Day Weekend may be over, but it's time to enjoy the fruit of your labors!


upper Columbia salmon recovery   

August 28, 2012

The wild and native fish are coming back.

 

 



Cooking Local Grilled Mexican Chops with Smokey Tomatillo Salsa and Roasted Corn Succotash   

Isaac Kaplan-Woolner - August 31, 2012
A delicious recipe for the last holiday weekend of summer.


Wenatchee Budget Process For 2013 Worlds Less Painful Than Last Year   

Clint Strand - August 31, 2012
Wenatchee Mayor Frank Kunz says focus this year is on building surplus back, possible hiring


Summer 2012 Banner Year For Search And Rescues   

Clint Strand - August 31, 2012
Chelan County Sheriff's officials say all those rescues, mostly from out-of-towners, cost money.


State Super Says Tests Show Marked Improvement   

Isaac Kaplan-Woolner - August 30, 2012
Math and science are up, but reading is down for some levels.


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