First radio gig was in school at KUGR Pullman -- Wazzu's Wired Rock from '83-'86. Paid starting in August of '86 in Spokane first until 1993, then Tri-Cities. Yakima and back to Spokane, too. We rock out weekdays 3-7pm. I was born and raised in Yakima. I graduated from Carroll High School in 1983 and attended Washington State University. I have a special place in my heart for Pearl Jam and am a proud member of the 12th Man. I am a beaming father of two, a 20-year old son and my daughter is 16, both of whom I get to help navigate life, everyday. I'm very grateful for the blessings they bring as well as my partner in life and love for the past thirteen years. I am passionate about the arts, sports and travel -- both in the USA and abroad. It is my honor to help carry and pass the rock torch through the radio generations. It's a responsibility I do not take lightly. Thank you for rocking. Thank you for listening.
Record Day of TC COVID-19 Cases, No Mask No Service Starts Monday
A record spike of 215 confirmed Tri-City COVID-19 cases in the last day, with two deaths, including one Benton County woman in her 50's who had no underlying health issues.
Washington Now Open For KOA Kampgrounds of America Camping
Camping is a great way to get away while staying distanced and 15 KOA Kampgrounds of America campgrounds in Washington are now open.
The Civil War Ends For Oregon vs. Oregon State in College Football
"That we did not act before to change the name was a mistake.” - OSU president Ed Ray
Hey Tri-Cities! No MASK, No SERVICE Plan Requested by Area Mayors
We will know "in a few days" about a No Mask No Service mandate for the Tri-Cities.
Why Fireworks Scare Some Dogs, But Not Others
Counterconditioning means when the fireworks start, play with your dog giving positive emotion and spiff with treats. It can work up to 70% of the time.
Kennewick Woman Issued $7500 Fine for Cutting Hair – Is That Fair?
What I’d really like to know is whose job is it to patrol closed businesses in this capacity and who’s footing the bill?
Tri-City Mosquitos Are Out and Here’s Why They’re Hungry For You
Around your place, eliminate standing water in neglected buckets, flowerpots, trash cans, and other containers that can develop mosquitoes.
KPD Issues Statement Regarding Mandatory Mask Wearing Enforcement
Washington law enforcement agencies continue to focus on education and engagement, not detention, regarding state orders related to the coronavirus crisis.
BFHD Says 80 New COVID-19 Cases in Benton and Franklin Counties
Washington's mandatory face covering decree goes into effect tomorrow.
New Richland School Superintendent Comes From Running Spokane
Dr. Shelley Redinger, a veteran educator, has deep Richland roots.