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.
Another Step Forward For Confluence Parkway Project
At last night's council meeting, Mayor Frank Kuntz said he's happy with how the PUD and the city came together to get this deal done.
City Of Wenatchee Could Get A 12th Charging Station
At 2nd and Columbia, three charging stations owned by E-V Charging Solutions have the ability to power up vehicles. The city wants to add one more.
Amateur Wenatchee Hockey Team Shines At Spokane Tournament
The 18-and-under group with the Wenatchee Amateurs Hockey Association (WAHA) won the Washington State 'B' Hockey Tournament in Spokane over the weekend.
Wenatchee Wild Players Honored At Banquet
Awards such as most improved player, fan favorite and rookie of the year were handed out at the Wenatchee Wild Awards Banquet at the Town Toyota Center.
Upcoming Changes To Wenatchee’s Link Transit Routes
Buses will run every 30 minutes instead of 60 minutes during day-time hours along some routes
Pucks ‘N’ Paws: Wenatchee Wild Mascot Celebrates 15th Birthday
On Pucks 'N' Paws night, Walt turned 15 and I would say he looks pretty good for his age in dog years.
Ruff Night For World’s Shortest Parade In Wenatchee
It was "paws"itively a good time in downtown Wenatchee
Chelan County PUD Advanced Metering Program: Update
Crews have installed about 3,300 digital meters in the Wenatchee area since early February.
Pickleball Fever Coming to Wenatchee City Parks
It's one of the fastest growing sports in the country and the City of Wenatchee is getting into the action.
Wenatchee Student Sings National Anthem For State Senate
Violet Madson sang the national anthem on the final day senators had to send Senate bills to the House to keep the legislation alive this session.