Sheriff Brian Burnett joins us for his weekly chat to give an update on the evacuation levels surrounding the Mills Canyon Fire, the decision to stay or leave when under level 3 and the importance of staying out of crews' way.
Leavenworth Mayor Cheri Farivar and City Administrator Joel Walinski join Clint for their regular chat to talk about a Clean Water Program grant, parking and recommendations from the Events Ad Hoc Committee.
A local biking group - the Velo Bike Club - is working to get an official "Bicycle Friendly" designation for Chelan and Douglas Counties. Velo board member Ace Bollinger swings by the studio to talk about the designation process, ease of biking in our area and bike tourism.
Andy Dappen with wenatcheeoutdoors.org joins Clint for this week's KOHO Outdoor Report to talk about staying cool in the heat, paddleboarding, bugs, working with the Governor's outdoor task force and upcoming events.
In our on-going coverage of the burgeoning recreational marijuana industry here in Washington, Dan Langager takes a look at the first retail business licenses issued yesterday by the state’s Liquor Control Board. Though pot shops can now officially open starting today, when they will actually open and how much product they will have remain big questions in an industry that’s only the second of its kind.
Douglas County Sheriff Harvey Gjesdal joins Clint in the KOHO studio for his monthly visit to talk about the Rock Hill fire, three new volunteer deputies joining the force, marine patrols and a homicide at the Orondo campground.