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Outdoor Report   

September 24, 2014
Andy Dappen with wenatcheeoutdoors.org joins us in this week's KOHO Outdoor Report to talk about the beautiful fall weather, our local foothills, late-season river sports and some upcoming events.


September 24 What Happened Today   

September 24, 2014
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.


City of Cashmere Update   

September 23, 2014
Cashmere Mayor Jeff Gomes joins us for his monthly chat to talk about a transportation study underway on all three intersections with Highway 2 into Cashmere, especially the Goodwin Road bridge, and what the city, council and state DOT can do now and in the future to mitigate the increase in traffic in Cashmere.


Chelan County PUD Update   

September 23, 2014
Customer Accounts Manager Kerri Wendell joins Clint in the KOHO studio to talk about phone scammers and utility bills as the season changes.


Fall Prescribed Burning Underway   

September 23, 2014
Today is the Autumnal Equinox and as we wave summer goodbye, so does fire season wane. Now it may not officially be over, but local ranger districts within the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest have begun their prescribed burning program. For a look at this fall’s planned burning in the Wenatchee River Ranger District, Dan Langager filed this report.


Garden Guru   

September 23, 2014
The seasons are a-changin' and your Garden Guru Scott Parsons swings by the studio to talk about sage and how to dry it, seeding this fall, replenishing soil and autumn garden maintenance.


September 23 What Happened Today   

September 23, 2014
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.


Wenatchee Superintendent Reponds to Bus Assault    

September 22, 2014
Following formal rape charges against a Wenatchee High School freshman on a football trip, Superintendent Brian Flones joins Clint in the KOHO studio to talk about how the district regulates bus trips, certifies safety precautions and handles issues on buses.


Wildfire Aftermath Affects Near and Deer   

September 22, 2014
Since the Carlton Complex ripped through Okanogan County, we’ve talked about the potential repercussions for the wildlife in the area, especially deer. The state Fish and Wildlife Department is taking action to mitigate the tough winter ahead for those foragers, supplying food throughout southern Okanogan County, but also allowing more hunting permits this fall to reduce the number of deer, and therefore mouths to feed. Dan Langager has the details.


Douglas County Commissioner Update   

September 22, 2014
Douglas County Commissioners Ken Stanton and Dale Snyder join us to talk about budget season and on-going issues with the Regional Support Network.


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