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.
Sweet New Swanky Digs Coming to the Pasco Shoreline
One, two and three-bedroom floor plans, averaging 1000 square feet, ranging from $990-$1600/month.
Silverwood One of the First Amusement Parks to Open in America
Technically, Washington residents can't go to Idaho due to travel restrictions for essential trips only.
Lightning Up While Lookin’ Out My Tri-Cities Back Door
Rain is forecast for this weekend, so if there's a chance of showers, there's always a chance for a show.
Another 700 Free Food Boxes Distributed Wednesday in Kennewick
Toyota Center parking lot, Wednesday June 3rd, distribution at 11:00 a.m., cars queue up long prior.
Please Tell Toyota Center if You Plan on Going There Ever Again
Will you attend an event if you're required to pass a temperature screening?
Red White and Zoom After Dark Parade in Benton City July 4th
Benton City gets lit for a promenade after dark on the 4th of July.
Tri-Cities Covets the Italian Social Distancing Burger King Whopper
Why can't the Columbia Basin have the hellacious halitosis the Italians have?
Thank God! Washington Goes Back to Church This Weekend (Sort Of)
Religious gatherings are still discouraged, but if they "must be done in-person", Gov. Inslee says, he's got your rules of engagement.
KPD Officer Serving in Afghanistan Posts Memorial Day Message
Officer Greiber shared a Memorial Day message last year from Columbia Park, what a difference a year makes.
Will You Eat at a Tri-City Buffet Restaurant After COVID-19?
Tri-City buffets are trying to figure out what the post COVID-19 spread of eats and desserts will look like.
Try the Trikini Tri-Cities
A bikini that comes equipped with a matching face mask.
Here’s What You Need to Know for National Safe Boating Week in WA
Boating can be a wonderful way to social distance in the outdoors.