Catch the KOHO Morning Show weekday mornings starting at 6 a.m.! Host Clint Strand and Dan Langager bring you-up to-the-minute weather updates, road conditions and breaking local news - all alongside an energetic mix of music. You'll hear news features on the environment, health issues, the outdoors, sports and timely interviews with local and regional officials. It's a progressive approach to great morning radio helping to prepare you for the day.
The first annual In Our Valley event is coming to the Pybus Public Market this Saturday May 24 from 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. Music, info, fun and food for free and for all ages. Event organizers Kelley Kennedy and Rebecca Maloney stops by the studio to tell us all about it and its beneficiaries.
Sheriff Brian Burnett joins Clint for his weekly chat from the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs convention in Spokane to talk about what goes on at the conference, gearing up for Memorial Day weekend and enforcement during the busiest weekend of the year for the sheriff's office.
Marketing and Event Coordinator with the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society Jill Leonard stops by the KOHO studio to talk about the number of pets at the shelter right now, construction of their new shelter and its state-of-the-air amenities.
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.
County Commissioner Keith Goehner joins Clint for his regular chat to recap the first four months of 2014, construction season and 4,000 acres of protected lands in the upper Stemilt and Squilchuck Basin.
Here in North Central Washington, the cherry season is just a few weeks away. Early forecasts call for 20 million boxes this year. Dan Langager and KOZI news reporter Maranda Tubbs spoke with some local experts on the cherry harvest for 2014.