A graduate of Wenatchee High School, I moved to Spokane in 1990 and worked as a producer and editor of the KXLY 920 Morning News over 18 years. The field of Information Technology piqued my interest and I left broadcasting to work I-T for various businesses. I decided to return to my roots, come back to Wenatchee, and work as a broadcaster and content creator for KPQ Newsradio 560. I have three beautiful children who’ve grown to be amazing young women. I like to spend my time enjoying the great outdoors, fishing, hiking, camping and stargazing.
Another Strong Showing By Wenatchee’s FC Youth
Coach Neil Oyston says the girls played hard in the Arizona heat.
Port Authority Highlights Air Service to Wenatchee
The post-pandemic recovery of air service continues to challenge small airports across the country, not just Pangborn.
Chelan Wine Industry Gets Taste Of Federal Funding
The Lake Chelan Grape Growers Association will get a share of grant money awarded by the U-S Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Threats Against Eastmont School Staff Under Investigation
The threats came in the form of emails to staff and an online learning and collaboration tool called Google Classrooms.
Senate Lawmakers Praise Budget, Hailey Van Lith, Gonzaga
"I'm talking about my constituent, Wenatchee's Hailey Van Lith, who plays for Louisville and helped her team against Texas by scoring 21 points and making it to the Sweet 16." Hawkins said.
Another Step Forward For Confluence Parkway Project
At last night's council meeting, Mayor Frank Kuntz said he's happy with how the PUD and the city came together to get this deal done.
New Chelan PUD System Lets People Know Of Planned Outages
When crews plan to work in neighborhoods that require a shutdown in power, a phone recording will go out to affected customers.
Chelan County Sheriff’s Office Warns Of Impersonation Scam
In a recent scam, someone is posing as a sheriff's sergeant and demanding money for not showing up for a subpoena to court.
Wenatchee E-Scooter Fleet Expected To Return
The scooters were collected and stored for the winter, but the warmer temperatures may prompt the distributor to bring them out very soon.
East Wenatchee Set For Multi-Million Dollar Road Project
Improvements will be made from 19th Street and Cascade Avenue to 21st Street.