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.
Wenatchee Woman Returns From Earthquake Relief Effort
She got the call mid-February to perform supply missions on the ground for those hit hardest by the earthquake.
Wenatchee’s MegaKittrick Project: How will it affect traffic?
The City of Wenatchee says you won't have to worry about traffic disruptions or slowdowns for awhile.
Special Olympics Makes Return To Wenatchee: Volunteers Needed
After a two year absence, nearly 1,000 athletes will return to compete in basketball, alpine skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, cross country, speed skating, figure skating and cheerleading.
Does Washington State Have An Official Nickname?
There is some reporting from 1893 that the State Senate voted to nickname Washington the Evergreen State, but there’s no official record of it.
Three Tier Movie Pricing: Is it happening in Wenatchee?
Sun Basin Theaters owns both the Gateway Cinema on the north side of town and the Liberty Cinema in downtown.
Wenatchee Wild Billets And The Amazing Work They Do
Enter the billeting community: families that shelter players and form bonds with them over the course of an entire hockey season.
Are you ready for some football? Pybus Market May Be The Place For You
The game will be on just about everywhere you go inside the market.
Rollover Crash In Busy Central Wenatchee Intersection
It happened at the intersection of Orondo and Chelan where the rolled vehicle nearly smashed into another vehicle before coming to rest on the sidewalk.
Traffic Delays for Rockslide Work
Two significant rock slides have prompted the Department of Transportation to assess the risk for more slides.
State Law prevents Moses Lake police from pursuing suspect
Sands says officers refrained from pursuing the suspect due to a state law that states the situation must meet certain criteria.