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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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East Wenatchee Reverend Speaks Out Against Religious Intolerance   

Clint Strand - September 13, 2010
Rev. Cecilia Kingman of East Wenatchee's Cascade Unitarian Fellowship joined us to talk about Islamophobia and her reaction to the now-canceled "Burn A Koran Day".

State Fire Mobilized on Douglas County Fire

Steve Hair - September 15, 2010
The Baird Springs Fire has blackened 25-hundred-plus acres outside of Trinidad

Wenatchee Council Says No to New Food Vendor at Convention and Town Toyota Center   

Steve Hair - September 10, 2010
Coast Wenatchee Hotel to retain food and beverage service at Convention Center

Miss Veedol Trip to Japan Grounded

Steve Hair - September 09, 2010
US Air Force cancels plans to transport the historic aircraft to Misawa

FEATURE: CONSIDER THIS Choosing a Mortgage Broker   

Werner Janssen - September 09, 2010
This week Werner cautions you to think carefully before taking out a home loan or refinance.

Layoffs Likely At RiverCom 911 Dispatch Center   

Steve Hair - September 09, 2010
Director ordered to make 320-thousand dollars in budget cuts

Douglas County Commissioner Candidate Steve Jenkins Profiled   

Steve Hair - September 08, 2010
Bridgeport Mayor is seeking to unseat incumbant, Mary Hunt

LINK Electric Tolleys Delayed at Least 2 Months   

Isaac Kaplan-Woolner - September 08, 2010
LINK Transit says the manufacturer is waiting on a computer component and The Current line will not be unveiled in October as planned. When delivered, the five state of the art trolleys will be the first all-electric municipal fleet in the country using lithium ion battery technology.

FEATURE: CONSIDER THIS Earmarks are Good   

Werner Janssen - September 02, 2010
Werner Janssen challenges our perceptions of earmarks on this week's commentary

Stemilt Launches Viral Video   

Steve Hair - September 02, 2010

30 second vignettes feature bumbling orchardists, Clem and Milty

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