I'm originally from Vashon Island, Washington and a proud Pirate! I bounced around in Alaska, California and Hawaii before landing in the Tri-Cities. I’ve spent most of my radio career on my favorite radio station - 1027 KORD! I love this town, the people, the river and the quality of life in the Mid Columbia. When I'm not on the radio you can find me and my wife on Badger Mountain, on a bike path, at the gym or Bikram Yoga. Thanks for checking out my page and for listening!
Update: Klamath Water Case
Judge William Horrick indicated he would not issue a preliminary injunction but, according to the Klamath Water Users Association, he left open the possibility both sides could return to court after the Bureau of Reclamation has adopted an actual Klamath Project operations plan for 2023.
Declassified Study: Direct Atomic Bomb Strike on Grand Coulee Would Have Done This to Hanford
A declassified government study that was conducted in 1950 presents the potential effects on the Hanford site after a direct hit of an atomic bomb on Grand Coulee Dam.
Date For Food Loss Waste Innovation Fair Announced
The USDA announced this week that the 2nd Annual Virtual Food Loss and Waste Innovation Fair will take place Wednesday, September 14th. USDA Food Loss and Waste Liaison Jean Buzby says next month’s event will build on what took place during last year’s inaugural event, by highlighting, “the successes from our research and hopefully the breadth of what we do at USDA in terms of the different agenc
Another Atmospheric River in the PNW this Weekend – HEAVY RAIN
An atmospheric river is a river in the sky that transports water vapor roughly equivalent to the average flow of water at the mouth of the Mississippi River - and it's heading our way.
6 Weird Washington & Oregon Laws Still On The Books
You hear about crazy, unusual, stupid, and insane laws all the time, and somehow they remain on the books year after year, even though they're completely ridiculous. Here's a short list of weird laws that are still enforceable in the states of Washington and Oregon.
Day Trip? Check Out Native American Petroglyphs in the Gorge
Just a few hours away from Tri-Cities you can see Native American petroglyphs and other ancient artwork at Columbia Hills Historical State Park near the Dalles, Oregon.
Amazing Puget Sound Island Estate Includes Private Lake
This amazing estate sits on 117 acres on Vashon Island, Washington. Between the main home and the 2 guest houses, the estate has 6500 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, a private lake, a driving range with practice greens, a pool, a car collector showroom, and stalls for six horses.
Boat Stern Is A Sensational Multi-Million Dollar Home in Washington
After World War II the USS Manzanita was decommissioned and headed for the scrapyard – at least that’s what the plan was until a father and daughter bought it for $1000 dollars and turned it into a home on Mercer Island, Washington.
What Lies Beneath Columbia River Could Cost You A Fortune
With Memorial Day weekend upon us and hundreds of boaters expected to hit the river (many of them new to boating and the area), it is important to know the depths and what areas of the river(s) to avoid.