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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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Mountain Bikers and Forest Service on the Same Page, Finally   

Isaac Kaplan-Woolner - March 17, 2011
A partnership agreement signed Tuesday could mean new trails and a new era of cooperation.

Link Transit Chief Says Fuel Price Spikes Could Result in Substantial Cost Increases Next Year   

Steve Hair - March 17, 2011
Richard Derock says uncertainties over Federal and State funding could result in elimination of Saturday bus service and additional layoffs

Wenatchee Valley Tourism: What Can We Learn From Walla Walla or Bend   

Steve Hair - March 17, 2011
Local Tourism Advisory Committee looks for ideas for making better use of hotel tax dollars

New Debt Reduction Plan Unveiled For Chelan County PUD   

Steve Hair - March 17, 2011
Official says plans could reduce debt by 171-million dollars

Daniel Zimmermann Remembered   

March 16, 2011
Longtime friend Chris Rudolph reads a statement on behalf of family and friends in remembrance of Daniel Zimmermann, who was killed in an avalanche outside Leavenworth March 5th.


Isaac Kaplan-Woolner - March 16, 2011
This week Andy talks about a trip north of the border and all the fresh snow on our local mountains.

Federal CRP Program Killing Small Rural Towns?   

Steve Hair - March 15, 2011
Paying farmers to let their fields go fallow for wildlife habitat protection hurts small towns according to Whitman County Official.

Washingtonians Not at Risk from Japanese Nuclear Reactors   

Isaac Kaplan-Woiolner - March 15, 2011
Despite reactor explosions and radioactive steam in the wake of Friday's earthquake in Japan, state DOH officials say windblown radiation is not a threat.

Misawa Japan Escapes Widespread Earthquake and Tsunami Damage   

Steve Hair - March 15, 2011
Wenatchee Valley sister city located about 200 miles from Quake epicenter. No word yet regarding status of Miss Veedol aircraft

January Jobless Numbers Drop For Third Streaight Month In Chelan Douglas Counties   

Steve Hair - March 14, 2011
Regional economist says it appears the economy is starting to stabilize

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