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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.

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Snowboarder Death at Stevens Pass   

February 18, 2014
A snowboarding accident on the back side of the Stevens Pass Mountain Resort left a 31-year-old Idaho man dead yesterday around noon. John Wisemore with the Chelan County Sheriff’s Office joins us over the phone to give the details.

New Snow Makes WSDOT Scramble on Mountain Passes   

February 18, 2014
With several feet of snowfall in the upper Cascades over the last few days, the Washington State Department of Transportation was forced to close Snoqualmie Pass for the better part of yesterday, as well as Stevens Pass for a couple hours. To talk about why, what the DOT is doing about it and how you can be safe in the upper elevations, Jeff Adamson with the DOT joins us on the KOHO Morning Show.

Winter Pulls a 180   

February 18, 2014
Snow is here in style. Stevens Pass has seen about two feet of snow in just the last couple days, Mission Ridge that much in less than a week. All the new snow may mean bad news for road conditions, but skiers and snowboarders rejoice. Up at Mission Ridge, patrons and employees alike are happy to see this shift in snowfall, in what could be a record February. For the details on that, Dan Langager filed this report.

Feb. 18 What Happened Today   

February 18, 2014
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.

Eastmont Replaces Pot Moratorium with Six-Month Ordinance    

February 17, 2014
The East Wenatchee city council voted 5-2 last week to repeal its moratorium on recreational marijuana licenses and businesses and replace it with a six-month ordinance. Many uncertainties and misgivings remain, but councilman and mayor pro tem Tim Detering said the roll out of growing and retailing operations moves forward. Detering joined us in studio to give the details.

People Of Our Past - Nellie Cox Davies   

February 17, 2014
All week long, Dan is sitting down with local actors and actresses portraying pioneering and influential people from the history of North Central Washington. The first of these People Of Our Past is Nellie Cox Davies, a Cleveland native who immigrated to Wenatchee, via train, in 1908.

Arts Corner Books of the Month   

February 17, 2014
It's that time again when Dan sits down with Pat Rutledge at A Book For All Seasons in Leavenworth to get your Book of the Month recommendations. Pat's choices this month are "A Short Guide to a Long Life" by Dr. David Agus and "The Forever Girl" by Alexander McCall Smith.

Feb. 17 What Happened Today   

February 17, 2014
Relive history in a special Presidents' Day edition of What Happened Today.

Local Legislators Update   

February 14, 2014
In this week's Legislative update, Senator Linda Evans-Parlette and Representatives Brad Hawkins and Cary Condotta join us to talk about the transportation package, a college auditing bill, raising car tab fees to fund the ferry system in Western Washington and what's ahead for the two chambers.

City of Wenatchee Update   

February 14, 2014
Wenatchee Mayor Frank Kuntz stops by the KOHO studio for his regular visit to talk homelessness issues in the downtown core, the old Public Works site on Worthen Street and a new Special Investigative Unit in North Central Washington.

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