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Protecting Our Children Part 1   

August 05, 2014
Starting today here on KOHO, we begin a week-long series on the local Division of Children and Family Services office – how it’s protecting the most vulnerable, what’s causing a large portion of kids finding themselves in care, how it’s reuniting families, and finding safer homes for children that need them. Today, we’re taking a look at the large factor that’s pushing youngsters out of their home – drugs and alcohol. Join KOHO intern Bryce Newberry in this first installment of a four-part series.


NCW Fires Update   

August 05, 2014
Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest Spokeswoman Robin DeMario joins Clint to talk about the first burning across our local National Forest, weather effects throughout the day, public and firefighter safety and the thinning resources across the Western U.S. as fire season continues.


How Wildfires Affect Wildlife   

August 05, 2014
Continuing our coverage of wildfires here in NCW, but turning to those that live in the wilderness where fires occur. Wildlife big and small can be equally, if not more, affected by wildfires. Whether it’s loss of habitat, food, or life, fires bring devastation to the animal kingdom just as they do to us humans. For a look at how the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife mitigates the repercussions of wildfires, Dan spoke with local Fish and Wildlife Biologist Dave Volsen.


Garden Guru   

August 05, 2014
Your Garden Guru here on KOHO Scott Parsons gives us the dirt this week on the process, materials and benefits of food preservation.


August 5 What Happened Today   

August 05, 2014
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.


Wenatchee Downtown Construction Wrapping up   

August 04, 2014
After close to three months of heavy construction along Wenatchee Avenue, crews are wrapping up this week and next. To talk about that project, the Main Street Program and the upcoming Downtown Street Dance Aug. 16.


Legislative "Off-Season" Update   

August 04, 2014
Senator Linda Evans-Parlette joins Clint on the KOHO Morning Show to talk about the legislature's involvement in fire relief in Okanogan County, financial assistance from our state's U.S. Senators and movements on reorganizing the Regional Support Network here in Chelan and Douglas Counties.


Arts Corner Short Shakespeareans   

August 04, 2014
Local youngsters starting at three years old are already learning the language of Shakespeare, and a whole lot more through their involvement with the Short Shakespeareans this summer. The cast and crew were busy at work over the weekend with a tech rehearsal, preparing for opening night this Thursday August 7. KOHO intern Bryce Newberry went behind the curtain on this production in a special edition of your KOHO Arts Corner.


August 4 What Happened Today   

August 04, 2014
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.


Emergency Response in the Wake of the Carlton Fires   

August 01, 2014
What happens after an emergency like the Carlton Complex Fires that burned some 300 homes throughout lower Okanogan County? Who organizes the response and how can the community secure federal aid? For answers to these questions and more, Clint spoke with two FEMA officials - State Coordinator Officer Sheryl Jardine and Federal Coordinating Officer Mike Hall.


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