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!
The History of Tri-Cities’ Weird Town Names, Simplified
There are varying stories on how Richland, Pasco, and Kennewick got their names - they involve Native American words, railroaders, and land developers.
Amazing Glass Airbnb Minutes From Tri-Cities Feels Like Another World
This Benton City home was designed by architect, Tom Kundig of Seattle whose style is all about unobstructed views and lots of glass. Just about every room has a view of the vineyard, fruit farmland, Red Mountain, and Horse Heaven Hills - plus, it sits on 22 acres so if it's privacy you seek, you'll find it here.
“Trickster Coyote God” Responsible for Twin Sisters in Washington
The two huge basalt columns, known as Twin Sisters are not only a famous local landmark and popular hiking area, but they're filled with wild folklore and geological history.
You Need to Know About Washington’s 500 Million-Year-Old Cave
Gardner Cave located in the farthest northeast corner of Washington State was dubbed a "natural wonder" by a federal land survey crew that first mapped it 111 years ago. It's considered to be one of the most fascinating caverns this side of the western US.
Washington State’s Most Expensive Home Will Make Your Jaw Drop SEE INSIDE
Washington State's most expensive home is nestled up against 327 feet of Lake Washington shoreline and is dubbed the "Jewel of Hunts Point". This massive estate boasts 17,000 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms and sits on 4.3 acres.
Get Paid Big Bucks to Be CBC’s First Video Game Head Coach
It's time to grab a bag of Dorito's, a can of Mountain Dew, belly up to the console, and start working on that resume because Columbia Basin College is creating and launching the area's first collegiate Esports program, and they need a head coach to lead it.
Amazing Ice Cave in Washington Should Be On Your Hiking List
If you like to hike and want a "very cool" experience, then put the Guler Ice Cave on your list of summer hikes. The cave is actually a lava tube that was formed about 15,000 years ago in Trout Lake Valley, Washington.
Eerie, Abandoned Military Fort is a Must-See in Oregon
A must-see at Fort Stevens State Park is Battery Russell. Named after General David A. Russell, who was killed in action during the Civil War, the Battery, which took about a year to build, was finished in 1904. Parts of Fort Stevens are reportedly "haunted" and were featured on the Travel Channel TV show, "Ghost Adventures", in 2018.
OWN THIS HISTORIC OREGON PRIVATE ISLAND ONCE HOME TO THE DANIEL BOONE FAMILY
You can own this piece of Oregon history - McCaffrey Island is up for sale and was once home to relatives of the famous American pioneer and frontiersman, Daniel Boone.
Tickets Back On Sale Friday For 2022 Pendleton Whisky Music Fest
The annual summer music fest will take place on July 9, 2022, in Pendleton, Oregon. Tickets are back on sale Friday, April 22nd for the highly anticipated festival at the Pendleton Whisky Music Fest.