A graduate of Wenatchee High School, I moved to Spokane in 1990 and worked as a producer and editor of the KXLY 920 Morning News over 18 years. The field of Information Technology piqued my interest and I left broadcasting to work I-T for various businesses. I decided to return to my roots, come back to Wenatchee, and work as a broadcaster and content creator for KPQ Newsradio 560. I have three beautiful children who’ve grown to be amazing young women. I like to spend my time enjoying the great outdoors, fishing, hiking, camping and stargazing.
40 Year Cold Case Of Woman With Wenatchee Roots Solved
Waymire was described to live a lifestyle as a vagabond in Wenatchee, wandering from place to place.
Spring Cleaning? Dispose Certain Items Properly
It's that time of year when many of you start to clean out your garages or sheds to get ready for spring.
Microsoft Holds Open House For Malaga Data Center Site
Groundbreaking on the first of three buildings in the 5300 block of Malaga-Alcoa Highway is expected to get underway this fall if all goes well with the permitting process.
Senate Transportation Budget Includes Confluence Parkway
The governor, the House and now the Senate all include a plan to fund a bridge over the Wenatchee River along with other improvements to ease traffic congestion.
Fire Heavily Damages Moses Lake Food Plant
Crews called to Basic American Foods south of Interstate-90 Tuesday night could see smoke and flames coming out of the building.
400 Librarians Gathering In Wenatchee For Conference
There will also be discussions on efforts nationwide to ban books from schools.
Wenatchee Film Company To Debut Documentary
The film is called "We're Not Lost - The Last Ride Of The Show Ponies". It's about a bluegrass, Americana band that's calling it quits.
Another Strong Showing By Wenatchee’s FC Youth
Coach Neil Oyston says the girls played hard in the Arizona heat.
Port Authority Highlights Air Service to Wenatchee
The post-pandemic recovery of air service continues to challenge small airports across the country, not just Pangborn.
Chelan Wine Industry Gets Taste Of Federal Funding
The Lake Chelan Grape Growers Association will get a share of grant money awarded by the U-S Department of Agriculture (USDA).