Shortly after midnight on March 1, 1910, millions of tons of snow and ice swept locomotives, carriages, and 96 lives down Windy Mountain up Stevens Pass. KOHO’s Dan Langager takes a look back at the largest avalanche disaster in Washington history.
Organizers of the Our Valley, What's Next initiative unveiled potential strategies and action items for the future of the Greater Wenatchee area. Clint chats with project leaders about how they are zeroing in on those strategies and working to include the entire community.
Von Pope, Wildlife Program Manager with the Chelan PUD, talks current mule deer migrations into lower elevations as new vegetation pops up and the importance of staying out of closure areas during the month of March.
Gov. Jay Inslee was in Wenatchee Friday, speaking at a number of workshops and listening sessions throughout the city. In addition to transportation projects and wildfire issues, Inslee met with the Alcoa Working Group. KOHO's Dan Langager was there.
WHS Senior and ASB President Christian Brandt-Sims has recently been recognized by the Seattle Times Chip List for his football skills, but this young man is involved in much more off the field. KOHO News Intern Chris Danko has that story for us.