Terry Young, lead vocalist and multi-instrument wizard for the rock band Rail, chats with KOHO Morning Show host Chris Hansen about the group’s halcyon days of the 1980’s and their opportunity to open for legendary Chicago rockers Styx at the Town Toyota Center tonight.…Read More
Legendary Canadian rock musician and lead singer/keyboardist of the band Styx, Lawrence (Larry) Gowan, chats with KOHO Morning Show host (and longtime fan!) Chris Hansen about the group’s new album and upcoming performance in Wenatchee later this month.…Read More
They call it the Greatest Show and Tell on Earth – an all-day exhibit of local engineers and scientists, artists and crafters. It’s the 5th annual Wenatchee Mini Maker Faire – a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity and resourcefulness. Dan Langager has more.…Read More
Indoor football is coming back to the greater Wenatchee area. The Town Toyota Center signed a three year contract to house an indoor football team named the Wenatchee Valley Skyhawks.
The Skyhawks will play in the American West Football Conference. Currently, there are five teams in the league – Tri Cities, Boise, Sacramento and Reno.…Read More
The Wenatchee Venom first brought Arena Football to the area in 2009. Ten years later, it’s making a comeback with a new team and a new league, as Marcus Bellissimo reports.
The Town Toyota Center signed a three year contract to house an indoor football team named the Wenatchee Valley Skyhawks.…Read More
Wenatchee World Sports Editor Ian Dunn joins KOHO’s Dan Langager for our weekly look at local sports.
The Wenatchee Panthers and Eastmont Wildcats go head-to-head in the annual Basketball Showcase at Town Toyota Center tonight. You can catch that game here on KOHO at 5:50. And then a double-header tomorrow at home as the Panther girls and boys head to Yakima to take on Eisenhower at 5:35 p.m.…Read More
Local hockey returns this weekend, after the Wenatchee Wild clinched the British Columbia Hockey League championship. If it seems like the Wild’s last season just finished, that’s because it did. Marcus Bellissimo reports.…Read More
The Wenatchee Wild had a season for the record books. After 37 wins, the Wild made it all the way to the British Columbia Hockey League’s Fred Page Cup and took home the championship. But it didn’t stop there, as KOHO’s Dan Langager and KOHO News Intern Claire Sirmon report.
Photo: WenatcheeWildHockey.com…Read More
Becoming a naturalized citizen of the U.S. takes a lot of time and effort. Those who have worked diligently to become a citizen will be rewarded this evening. Marcus Bellissimo reports.…Read More