In this first of a two-part talk we're having on gun control here in Washington state, Jack Roy with One Shot Firearms in Wenatchee joins Dan in the KOHO studio to discuss the two competing initiatives on your ballot this fall - one that would make gun laws far stricter, the other would leave them business as usual.
May is Stroke Month nationwide and so to talk about stroke, or "brain attack," awareness and prevention, Stroke Program Coordinator Teri McIntyre and Doctor of Neurology Joe Tornabenni, both with Confluence Health, stop by the KOHO studio.
Wenatchee School District officials said they will not appeal the court-ordered reinstatement of former WHS PE teacher and coach Ed Knaggs. KOHO news intern Bryce Newbery has been following this case since the beginning and filed this report on the latest details.
Wenatchee Mayor Frank Kuntz swings by the studio for his Friday visit to talk about the North Central Regional Transportation Planning Organization, a grant to fund homelessness tracking services and property taxes in Olds Station.
Community Philanthropy Director Denise Sorom and Communications Director Jennifer Dolge with the Community Foundation of North Central Washington stop by the KOHO studio to talk about the Non-Profit Institute coming up May 19 in Chelan and their current grant cycle.
The complex and global issues taking place in Eastern Europe can have many Americans scratching their heads as to what exactly is going on in Russia, Ukraine and Crimea. Local businessman and educator John McQuaig has spent significant time in Lithuania and Ukraine and stops by the studio to give his perspective on these historic affairs.