I'm originally from Vashon Island, Washington and a proud Pirate! I bounced around in Alaska, California and Hawaii before landing in the Tri-Cities. I’ve spent most of my radio career on my favorite radio station - 1027 KORD! I love this town, the people, the river and the quality of life in the Mid Columbia. When I'm not on the radio you can find me and my wife on Badger Mountain, on a bike path, at the gym or Bikram Yoga. Thanks for checking out my page and for listening!
New Multi-Million Dollar Wall in Pasco is Already Covered with Graffiti
Its purpose is to reduce road noise for residents living in the area but it's become a haven for taggers instead.
Fall Weddings in Tri-Cities Are Amazing, Here Are 8 Venues to Consider
The fall wedding season in Tri-Cities is ramping up and yes, it might be too late to book a venue at this point, but if you’re planning ahead for next year, now is the time to reserve.
These 3 Strange & Gruesome Seattle Mysteries Are Still Unsolved
Seattle has had its fair share of weirdness throughout its history and here are three real events to prove it.
This Canyon only Hours from Tri-Cities is Deeper than the Grand Canyon
The deepest gorge in North America, even deeper than the Grand Canyon is just a few hours drive from the Tri-Cities. And, it’s worth the trip.
UPDATED: 300 Acres and Growing, Massive Fire in Gorge Threatening Hundreds of Homes
A large fire continues to burn near Underwood and Cook, Washington (just west of White Salmon/Hood River) and is spreading rapidly. The fire is 0% contained and now stretches over 300 acres.
Cancer Cuts Tri-Cities Radio Legend’s Fairytale Love Story Short
When this radio personality accepted a job in Tri-Cities, a love story had come full circle. Sadly, terminal cancer will bring the amazing story to a close.
What Will it Take to Stop Street Racing in Tri-Cities?
These days in the TRI, it seems as though any street or highway is fair game. A few examples include Sylvester Street between Road 32 and 52 in Pasco and Highway 240 between the Blue Bridge and Columbia Center Boulevard. Is the need for speed out of control in the Tri-Cities?
353 People Died in the Most Heartbreaking Way on the “Titanic of the West Coast”
One of the worst shipwrecks in history happened in the waters of the Pacific Northwest. In October of 1918, the Princess Sophia tragically struck ground and remained afloat giving 353 passengers false hope. Sadly, they lost their lives in one of the most heartbreaking ways.
Hikers Beware: How to Stop a Charging Bear in Washington
Never hike in Washington bear country without bear spray.
Don’t Leave These Things in Your Car on a Hot Tri-Cities Day
Summertime in the Tri-Cities means lots of sunshine and extreme heat and leaving or forgetting things in a hot vehicle, including a person, can cause serious damage to the items, your vehicle, and even cause death. Here’s a list of items you should never leave in your car on a hot day in Tri-Cities.
Scorpions Here’s Where You Might Find One in Tri-Cities
The Northern Scorpion thrives in the Pacific Northwest, specifically in Southeast Washington where it’s dry and warm.
Amazing Cliff Jumping-Spots in Washington Aren’t for the Faint of Heart
If you have the patience to fully investigate and assess the risk in the area - then you might consider jumping off a cliff into the water. Here are just a few of the amazing cliff-jumping spots in Washington State.