Luara Merrill, Executive Services Director for the City of Wenatchee is joined by City of Wenatchee councilmember Travis Hornby for a discussion with KOHO Morning Show host Chris Hansen about the recent awarding of $92.4 million in federal grant money for commuter infrastructure projects.…Read More
Tom Wachholder, Project Development Manager for the City of East Wenatchee, talks with KOHO Morning Show host Chris Hansen about a long litany of projects the city is conducting this spring and summer.…Read More
Sen. Brad Hawkins of Washington State’s 12th Legislative District talks with KOHO Morning Show host Chris Hansen about the complexities behind the state’s transportation budget, as well as a bill related to wildfire mitigation factors which recently cleared committee in the Senate.…Read More
Craig Larsen and Ron Criddlebaugh of the Chelan-Douglas Regional Port Authority talk with KOHO Morning Show host Chris Hansen about the impacts of the pandemic on air service in and out of Pangborn Memorial.…Read More
Director of Airports Trent Moyers is joined by Craig Larsen of the Chelan-Douglas Regional Port Authority for a discussion with KOHO Morning Show host Chris Hansen about recent activity at Pangborn Memorial Airport, as well as information regarding potential interest in the Lineage properties in Wenatchee.…Read More
East Wenatchee Mayor Jerrilea Crawford chats with KOHO Morning Show host Chris Hansen about the newest roundabout approved for her city, as well as the annual delegation to Misawa, Japan and even her favorite flavors of ice cream.…Read More
Chelan County is calling for bids on the West Cashmere Bridge Replacement Project, the largest project the county’s road department has ever undertaken, said County Commissioner Bob Bugert.
The $25.5 million project will replace the West Cashmere Bridge, commonly called the Goodwin Road Bridge, with the bridge closing to all traffic beginning sometime in March.…Read More
With an eye toward urban growth, the City of Wenatchee has joined a national coalition whose goal is to keep that growth user friendly.…Read More
Starting January 1, some middle school kids could be rolling up in the carpool line and hopping out of their booster seats. That’s after Gov. Jay Inslee signed stricter car seat regulations into law, meaning children shorter than 4 feet 9 inches must sit in a booster seat.
Children under 13 years old must sit in the back seat of the vehicle, plus other new regulations, as Marcus Bellissimo reports.…Read More
It’s Christmas time, which means decorating the tree, your house and maybe slapping some reindeer antlers on Fido. But when it comes to your car, it’s best to leave the festive lights at home. Marcus Bellissimo has more from the Wash. State Patrol. …Read More