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February 6 What Happened Today    

February 06, 2015
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.


Cashmere Valley Bank Sponsoring 4th of July Fesitval   

February 05, 2015
It may be five months away, but organizers throughout the Wenatchee valley are already planning for a 4th of July festival in Walla Walla Point Park. The Independence Day Celebration Committee announced this week some major sponsorships in their fundraising efforts. Dan Langager has the details.


Pet of the Week   

February 05, 2015
Kathie, long-time volunteer with the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society, introduces Pepper, your Pet of the Week.


February 5 What Happened Today    

February 05, 2015
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.


Chelan County Commissioner Update   

February 04, 2015
Chelan County Commissioner Keith Goehner joins Clint to talk about his concerns with Senate Bill 5628, snow and ice removal and other happenings in Olympia that affect residents of Chelan County.


Local Employment Update   

February 04, 2015
Regional Labor Economist for NCW Don Meseck swings by the KOHO studio to talk Dec. 2014 employment stats for Chelan and Douglas Counties, as well as recap last year and how its trends could point to what’s ahead this year.


Outdoor Report   

February 04, 2015
In this week's KOHO Outdoor Report, Andy Dappen talks rain this week, developing new ski skills and some upcoming events.


February 4 What Happened Today    

February 04, 2015
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.


Chelan County PUD Update   

February 03, 2015
Chelan County PUD Commissioner Garry Arseneault swings by the KOHO studio to talk about the extension of a moratorium on business applications for large electricity users, responses during their recent public outreach and debt reduction.


Peshastin Mill Site Update   

February 03, 2015
Preservation of 14 acres of Wenatchee River shoreline along the old Peshastin Mill Site took a big step last week. The Complete the Loop Coalition reached an agreement with the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife for the department to take on oversight of the land once the Coalition purchases it from the Port of Chelan County.


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