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For high school students, starting college with some credits already on their transcript can be a quick, affordable way to get a jump start. Wenatchee Valley College received accreditation for its College in the High School program from the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships. College in the High School allows students in grades 10,…

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The Wenatchee AppleSox’s 20th season is here. It kicks off Monday at Paul Thomas Sr. Stadium at Wenatchee Valley College. Dan Langager stopped by the broadcasting booth to chat with Joel Norman, the Sox’s radio play-by-play announcer. Also this Saturday, June 1, the AppleSox will hold their annual Fan Fest at Paul Thomas Sr. Stadium.…

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The Wenatchee Valley College Foundation’s annual Gala is Saturday, May 18 at the Wenatchee Convention Center. The Foundation’s Coordinator Ellora La Shier said it’s a night recognizing those who help make the college a great place to learn, grow and prosper. Also joining Dan Langager is Barbara Carrillo, the Foundation’s Outreach & Events Committee Chair. Get your tickets…

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Every April, YWCA of North Central Washington and other chapters across the country and the world host Stand Against Racism. It’s a campaign that provides an opportunity for communities across the U.S. to unite their voices to educate, advocate, and promote racial justice, said Alejandra Castillo, the CEO of YWCA USA. This year’s theme for Stand…

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Although it’s the off-season for baseball, the folks at Wenatchee AppleSox are hard at work getting ready for their 20th season. KOHO’s Dan Langager caught up with Assistant Coach Cash Ulrich about finalizing the roster, new and returning players, the coaching team and more. Ulrich said they’re excited for the 20th anniversary season and new…

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Wenatchee City Councilwoman Linda Herald joins Dan Langager on the KOHO Morning Show to talk about moving into the new, not-yet-renovated city hall on Yakima St. (the old Federal Building), two open houses coming up next week on transportation and education, and her work on the city’s Homeless Steering Committee.

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