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Catch the KOHO Morning Show weekday mornings starting at 6 am! Host Clint Strand and Dan Langager bring you up to the minute weather updates, road conditions and breaking news stories alongside an energetic mix of music. You'll also hear news features from environmental info, topics on health issues, sports and timely interviews with local and national officials and celebrities. It's a progressive approach to great morning radio helping to prepare you for the day.

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Eastmont Prepares for Start of School Modernization   

Steve Hair - March 09, 2011
Superintendent Garn Christianson says work is slated to start at Grant Elementary this Summer


Collective Bargaining a Non-Issue in Washington According to Governor Gregoire   

Clint Strand - March 08, 2011
Governor talks about budget, former Governor Gary Locke's China Ambassador appointmentc


Wenatchee School Teacher Among Macy's Million Dollar Makeover Finalists   

Steve Hair - March 07, 2011
Amy Ferrell selected from about 20-thousand contest applicants


Travel as a Political Act Pt 3   

Isaac Kaplan-Woolner - March 08, 2011
In this bonus, web-only segment, travel guru Rick Steves talks about the pitfalls of tourism to the 3rd world.


Travel as a Political Act pt 2   

Isaac Kaplan-Woolner - March 07, 2011
Rick Steves talks about intelligent travel close to home.


Travel as a Political Act   

Isaac Kaplan-Woolner - March 07, 2011
Travel guru Rick Steves stops by to talk about traveling off the beaten path.


Mexico Could End Ag Trade Tariff by this Summer   

Steve Hair - March 07, 2011
Obama administration reports agreement reached


Local Skier Killed in Avalanche

Isaac Kaplan-Woolner - March 07, 2011
Daniel Zimmermann was killed Saturday in the back country outside Leavenworth.


LISTENER COMMENTARY Reconsider Think Local First   

Pat Rutledge - March 04, 2011

Pat Rutledge, owner of A Book For All Seasons and a member of the Think Local First committee, offers a response to Werner Janssen's latest commentary.



CONSIDER THIS Should We Think Local First?   

March 02, 2011
This week Werner wonders who should be expected to shop locally, when it can cost more and those goods are often not locally produced.


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