Leavenworth Mayor Cheri Farivar and City Administrator Joel Walinski join us for their regular chat to talk about budget finalization, updating the city water system, construction improvements in 2014 and snow.
With over $800,000 in state and federal grant money coming to Chelan County to preserve and recover salmon habitat in our area, the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust has decided to provide matching funds to help purchase property along Nason Creek and Entiat River. Mickey Flemming with the C-D Land Trust stopped by the studio to talk more about it.
Sergeant Dan Klump with the WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife visits the KOHO studio to talk about the busy fall game season, bears, the (temporary) closure of steel-head fishing, ice fishing and poaching.
Communications Director for the WA State Horticultural Association Stephanie Chance stops by the KOHO studio to give a round-up of the 109th Annual Horticultural Convention in Wenatchee - its themes, record turn-out and response from attendees.
Dr. Mara Merritt, the newest member of the team at Cascade Medical in Leavenworth, joins us on the KOHO Morning Show to talk about her experience in the medical field and traveling around the world, primarily in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Mission Ridge is turning 50 in 2016 and the guys at North 40 Productions in Wenatchee are making a documentary celebrating the half-century of history, people and epic snow sports - and they want your help to make it happen. They've started a crowd-funding campaign via indiegogo.com. Jeff Ostensen and Charles Atkinson with North 40 stop by the KOHO studio to talk about "MR50 - The Mission Ridge Movie."