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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Garden Guru – How to Winter Over

Scott Parsons is your Garden Guru and joins us every Tuesday during the growing season to help us green our thumbs. In Episode 28, Parsons talks about using a “hoop house” to get a few more weeks of greens growing, planting garlic this month and setting aside fall lawn clippings and leaves for composting.

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KOHO Five @ 5:00 – Monday, October 14, 2019

Marcus Bellissimo wraps up today’s top news stories in your KOHO Five @ 5. Ahead on the Five @ 5; Community members pay their respects as the body of Christian Johnson, Assistant Fire Chief of Okanogan Fire District #3, was escorted home to Okanogan…….A drub bust in Lake Wenatchee…..And Sno-Park permits go on sale Nov.1.

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Changes To Sno-Park Permits,Which Go On Sale Nov. 1

With winter nearing and lower temperatures and the threat of snow already upon us, Sno-Parks throughout the state may be in use on the same day that Sno-Park permits go on sale, Nov. 1. The Washington State Parks Winter Recreation Program manages more than 3,000 miles of groomed snowmobile trails, 811 miles of groomed cross-country…

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Apple Harvest And Freezing Temperatures

The cold weather that struck eastern Washington this week is causing worries for growers of Washington apples. The most recent cold front which ran from the middle of last week and lasted through the weekend, saw temperatures drop below freezing, even getting into the upper 20s throughout Eastern Washington. Cold temperatures in October could hurt…

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KOHO 101 Week In Review – October 12, 2019

KOHO 101 has your three-minute recap of this week’s top local news stories – from cold temperatures potentially hurting this year’s apple crop and smoky air from prescribed burns, to the Chelan PUD’s five-year plan and an update on the Chelan-Douglas Port consolidation.

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KOHO Five @ 5:00 – Friday, October 11, 2019

Marcus Bellissimo wraps up today’s top news stories in your KOHO Five @ 5. Ahead on the Five @ 5; The cold weather that struck eastern Washington this week is causing worries for growers of Washington apples……A plan to introduce grizzlies to the North Cascades is met with resistance by those living and recreating in…

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Locals Voicing Opposition to Federal Grizzly Bear Plan

Grizzlies once roamed much of the Cascade Mountains. Now a federal plan is looking to reintroduce grizzles to the North Cascades once again, but those who live in the region or who recreate in the area are voicing opposition, as Marcus Bellissimo reports.

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