Your Hometown Station KOHO 101

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Your Hometown Station KOHO 101

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Your Hometown Station KOHO 101 

Music. News. You.  Songs you love, with important news where you live, work and play. 

Programs on KOHO 101

The KOHO Morning Show
MON - FRI: 6AM - 10AM

News, Music, Community. Catch the KOHO Morning Show weekdays from 6 - 10 a.m. on KOHO 101.

Host Dan Langager, reporter Marcus Bellissimo, meteorologist Tim Creek and their team of correspondents bring you in-depth reporting, breaking local news, community features, up-to-the-minute weather updates, road conditions, wildfire coverage and more - all alongside an energetic mix of the Valley's best music.

You'll hear news features on issues that impact your community - the environment, economy, health issues, the outdoors, law enforcement, and sports, as well as timely interviews with local, regional and state officials. It's a fresh approach to great morning radio helping to prepare you for the day, where ever it takes you.


The KOHO Noon Edition
MON - FRI: 12PM - 1PM

The KOHO Noon Edition is your midday update on local news, weather and community info, plus the Valley's best mix of music.


The KOHO Five @ 5:00

For a quick, daily recap of top news stories from the Wenatchee Valley, North Central Washington and around the state, the KOHO Five @ 5:00 has you covered.


KOHO 101 On-Air

dan-bio-picDan Langager - News Director, Morning Show Host

Hi all. I'm proud to say I grew up right here in the Wenatchee Valley, a place that always has and always will feel like home. I reported for Wenatchee High School’s Apple Leaf newspaper and served as Editor-in-Chief for the WaWa yearbook, then went on to study creative writing and journalism at Western Washington University in Bellingham.

Just a few months after college graduation, while exploring the Pacific Northwest’s luscious landscapes and bountiful breweries, I was presented a surprising opportunity – to head home as a news reporter and anchor for KOHO 101.

I spend the majority of my free time in the outdoors, from running and biking the Loop Trail, to swimming in the Wenatchee and Columbia Rivers, to traversing the endless trail systems of the Wenatchee foothills with my rambunctious black lab Ranger. I'm an avid film fan and general sci-fi geek.

I'm always looking for new ideas and tips to bring to KOHO 101. Feel free to send me any story ideas, comments or critiques at


randy-wsu-1Randy Roadz - Program Director, Mid-day Host

Hey, Randy here. Glad to say the Wenatchee Valley is my adopted home town. I came here from Aberdeen, Wash. in 1996 and never looked back. So much to enjoy here in Central Washington.

When I'm not here at KOHO, you might find me enjoying our Pybus Public Market or teeing off at one of our many spectacular golf courses. I'm a proud member of the WSU Alumni Association and Cougar Athletic Fund member. You'll find me Saturdays during the fall and winter at Martin Stadium in Pullman and an occasional Cougs road game, some of which have been BYU in Provo Utah and Auburn in Auburn, Alabama.

Email Randy at


marcus-bio-picMarcus Bellissimo - Reporter, Afternoon Host

Hello all. I’m very happy to call the Upper Valley my home, though I didn’t always live here. I grew up in Northern California and after college I moved to North Central Washington, where I fell in love with the Cascades and the glacial-swept landscape of the valleys. My beautiful wife and our son call Cashmere home.
I’m a news junkie, an avid lover of music and outdoor enthusiast. I always have a book to read, a sketch pad nearby and my piano, guitar, banjo, accordion… get the idea. I also enjoy cooking and experimenting in the kitchen as much as I enjoy eating.
I’ve been involved in broadcasting for many years, following in my late father’s footsteps. I have found a welcoming home at KOHO 101. I look forward to keeping listeners up-to-speed on current events and what’s happening in the community, as well as playing the best mix of music broadcast over the airwaves.
I’m always looking for new story ideas or any comments you may have. Please feel free to drop me a line at



Tim Creek - KOHO 101 Meteorologist

Born and raised in central Illinois, I received a Bachelors degrees at Western Illinois University in 1981 and then a Masters degrees from the University of Nebraska in 1984, at which time I started work as a meteorologist. 

I moved to the Northwest in 1987 and have lived in Bellevue since 1988. I started working primarily with growers in central Washington in 1994 and have concentrated on agricultural weather forecast since,  producing forecasts not only for growers locally, but also for citrus growers in the central valley of California and avocado growers in southern California. Married with three boys, who have all attended WSU.