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.
Dazzling Days & Starry Nights: Put Oregon’s Dark Sky Park on Your Bucket List
Samuel H. Boardman Park’s amazing beauty isn’t just confined to daylight hours. The park is designated as one of Oregon’s International Dark Sky Parks. If you enjoy stargazing, there’s plenty to see all year round on a clear night.
Mysterious Capsules Shipped Through Tri-Cities at Dawn – What’s Inside?
What's inside these mysterious capsules that seemingly sneak by sleeping Tri-City residents in the early morning hours? Over 130 of them have been shipped up the Columbia River and through Tri-Cities since the 1980s.
Revving Up the Debate: How Old is ‘Too Old’ to Drive in Washington State?
There are some superhumans out there in their 90s+ that are still sharp as a tack and physically healthy, but for the majority of us that won’t be the case once we cross the mid-80s mark and beyond. We are physically and mentally slower.
Raising Awareness: Breast Cancer Early Detection Saves Lives
Learning about the disease, getting involved, knowing the signs, early detection, and raising money for research are all part of the 31 days of October.
DON’T MISS These October Astronomical Events in Washington & Oregon
It doesn’t seem like it has been eleven years since we all donned protective eclipse glasses and watched day turn into night. That was quite an event. If you live in parts of the Pacific Northwest, you’re in for more astronomical treats this month.
KORD Welcomes Dwight Yoakam to Kennewick, Win Tickets
The legendary Dwight Yoakum is set to take over the Toyota Center in Kennewick on Thursday, October 19th and 1027 KORD wants you to be there.
Harvest Hope: How You Can Contribute to the Hometown Food Drive This Fall
The demand has risen at the Food Banks this year as each location is serving more people than they have in several years. The Hometown Food Drive helps stock the shelves going into the cold holiday months where there is typically an increased need.
Dog Owners Beware: A Deadly Threat is Lying on the Columbia River’s Shore
Pet owners who walk their dogs along the Columbia River need to be mindful of the current toxic algae threat which can be deadly. The signs are posted in most impacted areas. There’s another potential threat lying on the edge of the river – dead salmon - and it can kill your dog.
Cyanide Poisoning: What You Should Know About This WA-Grown Fruit
‘Cyanide’, the word naturally evokes fear in some and when it comes to cyanide in this popular Washington-Grown fruit, it’s important to put it all in context.
Texas Calling: The Factors that Make Tri-Citians Pack Their Bags
The United States real estate market is definitely complex and many factors go into home values, yet in some states, including Washington, the cost of living continues to rise at an alarming rate and that's why many are choosing the Lone Star state.
The Top 5 Fall Foliage Destinations in Washington and Oregon
It’s the first day of fall and already the vibrant colors of the season are beginning to burst in the higher elevations. Soon, the entire state of Washington and the Pacific Northwest will transform into a bright sea of colors. Top that with pumpkin spice, apple cider, and crisp cool temperatures and it’s the perfect time to hit the road, take a hike, and enjoy the scenery.
Popular Oregon Venue with “Air Like” Spring-Loaded Dance Floor is Freaky
When you enter you'll be greeted with exquisite chandeliers and ornate moldings - it's an architectural masterpiece for sure, but what you won't see is the hidden engineering wonder that enhances the overall experience on the dance floor.