This week's KOHO Outdoor Report features Andy Dappen's adventures in the Columbia Basin and Steamboat Rock area, higher elevation hikes before the weather gets too cold and upcoming events this Saturday like Make A Difference Day and the annual ski swap.
Gretchen Wearne and incumbent John Bangsund are vying for council seat #1 for the city of Leavenworth. They both join Clint in the KOHO studio to talk about what traits they would bring to the council, affordable housing, Pine Street reconstruction and other city issues.
As harvest season winds to a close, irrigation districts in our region will shutter for the winter as well. The Greater Wenatchee Irrigation District is shutting down their wells and pumps this Friday, though irrigators can continue to use water until the system is empty.
The arm of the U.S. Agriculture Department servicing farmers is working to help out socially disadvantaged producers via loan programs. Several are available right here in our two-county area, as Hayli Libby-Thompson reports.
Running for mayor for the city of Wenatchee is incumbent Frank Kuntz and current councilman Bryan Campbell. They both join Clint in the KOHO studio to talk about their candidacies and goals for the city's future.
Contesting for Wenatchee's city council seat #7 is Mike Poirier and Donald Ovitt. The KOHO news team reached out repeatedly to Don Ovitt offering him a chance to participate but our calls went unreturned. Dan Langager sat down with candidate Mike Poirier.
In this week's school sports recap, Sports Editor with the Wenatchee World Doug Flanagan joins Clint to talk about Wenatchee's big win over Ike, Cascade's big loss to Chelan, soccer, volleyball and some upcoming stories in the paper.