Originally from Vashon Island, Washington, Paul bounced to Alaska, California, and Hawaii before landing in the Tri-Cities. He's spent most of his radio career as Director of Content and Operations Manager for six radio stations in the TRI. He's an accomplished programmer in all formats, an on-air personality, an event coordinator, and a writer. You can find Paul and his wife at the gym, on Badger Mountain, or on a bike path when he's not at work.
Bucket List Trip: America’s Most Northwestern Point, Cape Flattery, WA
Experience the untouched wilderness of Cape Flattery, a top destination revered by the Makah tribe for its spiritual significance and natural beauty.
Discover Oregon’s Oldest Giant: The Big Cedar Tree In Rockaway Beach
Discover the ancient marvel of Oregon's Big Cedar, standing tall at 154 feet with a 50-foot girth, a true symbol of resilience.
Hiking Washington’s Del Campo Peak, Thousands Risk Death Each Year
For those experienced and daring hikers, a climb up the rocky slope to the summit of Del Campo Peak will end with an awe-inspiring treat of panoramic views that go as far as the eye can see. However, this peak has claimed lives and injured many over the years, and that's why many hikers choose to stop short of the summit at Foggy Lake.
Pasco’s Coveted Riverfront Neighborhood: What Will This Gem Cost You?
When you step through the beautiful wood double doors you’ll be greeted by a wall of windows with views of the river and Tri-Cities skyline from nearly every room.
Do You Remember These Performances by Toby Keith in Tri-Cities? [PHOTOS]
Toby Keith produced chart-topper after chart-topper and captivated audiences throughout the world, including multiple visits and performances in Tri-Cities. See photos taken by KORD staff - backstage, on stage, and with listeners. Were you there?
This Must-See National Landmark is Less than an Hour from Tri-Cities
The Drumheller Channels are a geological wonder formed by Earth’s violent history during the last ice age. When it was all over, Mother Nature left us Drumheller Channels in the middle of Washington.
WATCH: Benton City’s Golden Bachelor Contestant Get Called from Audience to Sing on Broadway!
Benton City's Golden Bachelor Contestant, Faith Martin, gets a surprise invite from 'A Beautiful Noise' Broadway cast to sing 'Sweet Caroline' on stage in New York! [VIDEO]
Eerie Echoes Still Exist within Washington’s Old Robe Abandoned Tunnels
Although the entrances are now covered with ferns and other greenery, the tunnels still have an eerie echo inside and a rich history of an era when railways thrived and connected communities in Washington - transporting timber, minerals, and passengers.
WA Lawn Goals: Do This Now to Make Your Neighbors Green with Envy
The timing for prepping your lawn for spring depends on where you live in Washington State and the type of grass you have. These simple steps could make you the envy of the neighborhood.
Washington Law: Drive the Conditions Not the Speed Limit
Examples of losing control in slippery weather conditions are all over the internet and driving too fast in dangerous conditions is the main cause. And, it's against the law in Washington - even if you're driving under the speed limit.
Cracked Axles and Busted Budgets: The Costs of Potholes in Tri-Cities
These road craters are tire killers! The most common damage is to the tire sidewall, which means a new tire. Potholes can also bend tire rims and even cause instant blowouts. Here are some tips on how to avoid them and what to do if you can't.
Has the Columbia River Ever Frozen Over? Yes! [PHOTOS]
The winter of 1929 was one of the coldest winters on record in the Pacific Northwest. It was so cold for so long, the mighty Columbia River froze solid in some areas.