Posts Tagged ‘holidays’

Local Scouts Recycling Christmas Trees Jan. 6

Every year, most of us have to deal with our Christmas trees after Christmas. If artificial it goes back in the box, if a live transplant, keep watered until it can be planted and if a fresh-cut tree, that means disposing of it properly. Wenatchee Boy Scout Troop 7 can help. Marcus Bellissimo reports.

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Snowy Driving On Mnt. Passes, U.S. 2 This Morning, DUI Holiday Patrols Out Now

Washington State Patrol Trooper Brian Moore joins Dan Langager in the KOHO studio to talk about snowy driving conditions on the Cascade mountain passes and along Highway 2 in Leavenworth this morning, being prepared for winter driving, high traffic volumes in Leavenworth and recreation areas this time of year and DUI patrols out for Christmas and…

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Love, Santa! Martha B Book Signing

Martha Brockenbrough signs her heartwarming new book: “Love, Santa.” Lucy has written Santa a sweet letter every year. But when she turns eight Lucy writes to her mother, instead: “Dear Mom, Are you Santa?” Her mother’s thoughtful, heartfelt response is its own bit of Christmas magic.

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Upper Valley MEND Preparing For Holiday Meals, Giving

Kaylin Bettinger and Bob Mark with Upper Valley MEND and their Community Cupboard food bank join Dan Langager in the KOHO studios to talk about their annual Thanksgiving meal program – giving away about 300 food boxes with all the fixings on Tuesday and Wednesday, and then they do the same on Christmas. They’re taking Christmas gift donations going…

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Conifers of Washington

As summer turns to fall and leaves begin to change and fall off the trees, many see the ever green conifers as a symbol of winter. These amazing plants are used for their wonderful photographic beauty, aromas, wood, holiday wreaths and decor, and may even be collected from public lands with a Christmas tree permit.…

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