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The KOHO Morning Show

6AM - 10AM    [Monday - Friday]


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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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A Real Life Christmas Story   

Steve Hair - December 24, 2009
Christmas Trees stolen from East Wenatchee lot

Victims of Domestic Abuse Find Help at YWCA   

Steve Hair - December 21, 2009
Wenatchee woman shares her success story

Teamsters Union Prevails in Chelan County Employee Vote   

SH - December 17, 2009
Vote requested by group of disgruntled employees who objected to Union Dues Spending Practices


Werner Janssen - December 17, 2009
This week Werner responds to the Lakewood officer shootings and how society should react.

FEATUE: COOKING LOCAL Jamaican Jerk Chicken with Rice and Peas   

Isaac Kaplan-Woolner - December 11, 2009
This week a delicious tropical meal as imagined by Isaac.

FEATURE: CONSIDER THIS Religion and Health Care   

Werner Janssen - December 10, 2009
This week Werner expresses his disappointment with the Catholic Church and its political leanings.

Red Cross Seeks Help for Cashmere Fire Victims   

Steve Hair - December 09, 2009
Smith family lost everything in the Saturday night blaze


Isaac Kaplan-Woolner - December 09, 2009
This week Andy gives tips for dealing with the cold, a great ski tour, and some ideas for beginners.

Commissioners Adopt Chelan County PUD Budget   

Steve Hair - December 08, 2009
revenue shortfalls prompt conrtinued belt tightening

Early Learning Officials Present Improvement Plan to Governor Gregoire   

Isaac Kaplan-Woolner - December 08, 2009
Despite the economic downturn, Washington educators say the time is right to beef up early education.

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