The KOHO News Department is excited to announce the addition of two new reporters to our team. Wenatchee High School senior Bridget Dowd and junior Bryce Newbery from the Apple Leaf newspaper have joined us in our new internship program. They sat down with Dan Langager to introduce themselves.
Leavenworth Mayor Cheri Farivar and City Administrator Joel Walinski join us for their bi-monthly visit to talk about updates on the Meadowlark Development, the Ward Strasse dedication and opening weekend of Oktoberfest.
Is food by any other name still food? In this third installment of a three part series, our own Dan Langager uncovers who’s been funding the campaigns for and against Initiative 522 and whether or not Washington is at risk in leading the charge on labeling genetically engineered foods.
In this week's KOHO Outdoor Report, Hannah Beaner with the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust joins us to talk about stewardship on Saddlerock, volunteer labor and great trails for anyone from beginners to veterans.
Is food by any other name still food? In this second installment of a three part series, our own Dan Langager takes a look into how Initiative 522 could affect farmers, food producers, and ultimately consumers in our state.
Is food by any other name still food? In this first installment of a three part series, our own Dan Langager speaks with representatives from the two opposed campaigns fighting for and against state Initiative 522.