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State’s Climatologist says Sizzling Summer of 2021 Not the New Norm

Climatologist for the State Of Washington and scientific researcher at the University of Washington Nick Bond talks with KOHO Morning Show host Chris Hansen about the current and potential future state of Earth’s climate and how what changes might occur as a result of these conditions could impact the planet and its living inhabitants.…

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Chilling Memories of NCW

Local historian Chris Rader chats with KOHO Morning Show host Chris Hansen about some of the harshest winters from North Central Washington’s past.…

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In Time For Winter, Homeless Warming Shelter Coming to Wenatchee

Being homeless can be extremely difficult in its own right. Add to that freezing temperatures, and just staying warm can be a full-time endeavor.

City and county officials in the Wenatchee Valley have plans for a “low barrier” shelter that’ll double as a warming shelter during the winter months. …

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Summer’s First Heat Wave Arrives Today

Heat and smoke – something we’re unfortunately familiar with in NCW during the summer months. But so far this year we’ve avoided both, until this week. Marcus Bellissimo breaks it down. …

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Chelan Watershed Okay As Drought Worsens For Okanogan, Yakima

Last month, the state expanded the drought emergency that was declared in April and now includes a total of 27 watersheds, including Wenatchee, Entiat and Chelan. But while some watersheds like the Okanogan and Upper Yakima are already feeling the pinch, KOHO’s Chelan Correspondent Jeff Conwell reports the Chelan watershed is fairing okay.…

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