Manson School District superintendent Matt Charlton tells KOZI about the annual community dinner and invites seniors to come enjoy a free game of basketball.
Congratulations to Clayton Plummer, MS Football Coach of the year! Listen to him tell KOZI about his passion for the sport and the students he coaches.
Listen to Manson’s Norm Manly tell KOZI about American Legion 108’s generous gift to Manson Elementary and Secondary schools.
KOZI talks to Maggie Jarr, Lake Chelan Arts Council secretary, about “Lake Chelan in Winter,” an art show that opens at Radiance Winery in Manson this Friday. Image: Snow Bird” by artist/photographer Lance Stark
Now you can check out a ukulele with your library card! Listen to Chelan librarian tell KOZI about the new adult music workshop beginning this week.
Game, set, match. Manson High School is set to take a swing at coed tennis this spring. Eric Sivertson, the high school’s athletic director, tells KOZI that the idea of starting a tennis team was served up last year. ERIC SIVERTSON 1 At least 20 students have indicated a strong interest in the program, and […]
The Manson School District will receive $177,000 over the next three years to continue their student internship programs, as well as expand it so middle school students can participate in training and career activities. Addie Grageda, the district’s post-secondary parent support coordinator says funds from The Discuren Foundation, a private non-profit organization have played a […]
[12/31/19] A new way to recycle your Christmas tree
It’s time to take down that Christmas tree. You can haul it to Don Morse Park in preparation for the Winterfest bonfire, or listen to the Manson HS girls’ basketball coach tells KOZI about a new tree deconstruction and take-a-way service offered by the student athletes.
(AUDIO) New playground equipment for Singleton Park approved.
[12/11/19] Waste facility gives a primer on paint
(AUDIO) Chelan County’s new moderate risk waste facility welcomed its first customers last weekend, but a lot of people had to take their items back home. Here’s the item NOT to bring, and what to do with it instead.