In this week's KOHO Outdoor Report, Andy Dappen with wenatcheeoutdoors.org joins us to talk about late-season back country skiing, river levels, the first annual Get Out(doors) Day at the Pybus this Saturday and other events.
It's a decades old question - what to do with the old Peshastin Mill Site? The Port of Chelan County has been looking to sell the 60-acre property for years. They’ve had a few potential buyers, but those entities will now get a smaller chunk of the land as the Port has agreed to sell 14 acres of it to the Complete The Loop Coalition. Dan Langager has the details.
With fire season now here in full, it's time to prep your home against the threat of fire, even if you live in city limits. Assistant Fire Marshal with the Wenatchee Fire Department Mark Yaple swings by the KOHO studio to give some tips and tricks on how to get your property ready.
With high school seniors now graduated, the school year is winding down for most, but for a few district employees the work is just ramping up. Wenatchee Learns Coordinator Diana Haglund and Service Specialist Mike Wilson swing by the KOHO studio to talk about some high-tech additions to security next school year and building resources to help students decide what comes next after public education.
Wenatchee Mayor Frank Kuntz joins Clint in the KOHO studio for his weekly visit to talk about a new lawsuit filed against the city that could decide whether cities can go against state law and ban recreational marijuana sales.