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.
Traveling NCW Roads This Memorial Day Weekend?
More than one million drivers will travel this Memorial Day weekend, up six percent from last year.
Official Opening of Wenatchee’s Lincoln Park
Official Opening of Wenatchee's Lincoln Park
Honk, Honk! Almost Time for Wenatchee’s Touch A Truck
More than 60 vehicles from a number of agencies will be on display for the annual Touch A Truck event.
Grand Opening Set for Adventure Park and Its Alpine Coaster
The park is just a short walk from Leavenworth’s downtown area at the entrance to Tumwater Canyon.
North Central Washington Nearing Allergy Season Peak
Allergy season can start as early as February.
Candidate Filing in the Wenatchee Valley Has Begun
If you would like to keep up with the candidates filing for office this week, head to the VoteWA website
National Police Week Observed in the Wenatchee Valley
Police Week started in 1962 with President John F. Kennedy's decree to honor the men and women who risk their lives every day in the line of duty.
E. Wenatchee Unveils First Police Vehicle of Its Kind in State
The first police vehicle of its kind in Washington State can be spotted on East Wenatchee roads now. The electric F-150 Lightning made its debut in the Classy Chassis and Apple Blossom Parades over the weekend with police chief Rick Johnson behind the wheel...
An Apple Blossom Pastime: Classy Chassis Starts Friday
Cars will be on display Saturday
“Arrive Alive” Emphasis Patrol Planned for State Highways
The 24-hour "Arrive Alive" campaign will focus on areas that have the highest likelihood of crashes and crime.