As part of the on-air auction here on KOHO 101.1, three of the artists' bowls are only available by bidding over the air. Tune in tomorrow from 8-9 am to bid on the three bowls. Lori Aylesworth's bowl is one of them. Check it out at uvmend.org.
All this week, we are featuring local artists who gave their time to paint incredible bowls for the annual Empty Bowls Auction. Today's featured artist is Dan McConnell, who paints a very special bowl each year - the KOHO bowl. You can see his bowl at uvmend.org.
In this week's Chelan PUD update, Commissioner Carnan Bergren joins us to talk fiber rate increases, the continuing issues at the Wanapum Dam in Grant County, river levels and a customer satisfaction survey.
As the signup deadline approaches for 2014 coverage through Washington's version of the Affordable Care Act, you may still have questions about how and why to get signed up. CEO with Community Choice Healthcare Network in Cashmere Jesus Hernandez joins Clint in studio to talk about enrollment in our area, challenges and the future of health care.
That's right, it's a sure sign of spring when your local Garden Guru Scott Parsons rejoins us for his weekly gardening segment here on KOHO. It's the first of the series this season and Scott talks getting started, micro-climates and resources for both first-timers and master gardeners alike.
East Wenatchee city councilman and mayor pro tem Tim Detering joins us to talk about a major urban development project on the north end of town, revitalization of the downtown core and law enforcement partnerships.
All this week, we are featuring local artists who gave their time to paint incredible bowls for the annual Empty Bowls Auction. It's all leading up to the on-air auction tomorrow and Thursday from 8-9 am on the KOHO Morning Show. Today's featured artist is Amber Zimmerman, and you can see her bowl at uvmend.org.
Washington state's Employment Security Department has released local employment numbers for the month of January here in the Chelan-Douglas area. Regional Labor Economist for North Central Washington Don Meseck stops by the KOHO studio to decode the latest statistics.