I was born and raised right here in the Yakima Valley and consider myself lucky to have spent my entire broadcast career at KIT Radio. My wife Sandy have been married since 1995 and have five great kids, all adopted out of foster care. I enjoy travel, getting to the gym for a workout, our children's activities, and using my skills in the kitchen. I'm a bit of a history buff, and am a hereditary member of Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War. My favorite movie of all time is "The Godfather," and my current TV favorites include "Person of Interest," "The Big Bang Theory" and "Duck Dynasty."
Public Invited to Yakima County Visioning Goals Open Houses
The Yakima County Public Services Planning Division will host two open houses on March 18 and 19 to take comments on the county’s update and validation of the Visioning Goals, the foundation of the County’s comprehensive land-use plan.
Yakima School District Taps Classsified Employees of the Year
The five employees were honored at a reception held on March 11 at Eisenhower High School, in celebration of Classified School Employees Week.
Yakima County to Offer Free Composting Class
Want to learn how to compost in your backyard? Yakima County Solid Waste will be presenting a free Backyard Composting class on Saturday, March 28th.
PNWU President Supports Proposal for WSU Medical School
Dr. Keith Watson says that Washington needs more primary care physicians, and existing medical schools cannot turn them out fast enough.
First Tiger Mart Building Demolished [VIDEO]
The first of four abandoned gas station buildings that have been a blight on the community for years was torn down on Monday.
Yakima Valley Tourism Launches “Bring It Home Yakima” Campaign
Yakima Valley Tourism has launched a new campaign to bring more convention and group business to Yakima.
Investigation Continues into Union Gap Child Shooting Death
Authorities are working to get answers after a child was shot and killed outside a west Union Gap home early Sunday morning.
Investigation Continues into 10-Year-Old’s Shooting Death
Union Gap police are trying to find out why a 10-year-old boy was killed as the result of a gunshot early Sunday.
Selah I-82 Rest Area RV Dump Stations to Close for Facilities Replacement
The popular and convenient RV dump stations just north of Selah will be closed for over two months.
Yakima Valley Community College To Host Truck Driving Training This Spring
Want to drive the big rigs? Yakima Valley Community College will again host truck driving classes at the end of April.
YVCC – Grandview Back With Safety Flagger Training in March
Yakima Valley Community College will host another flagger training opportunity on its Grandview campus on March 20.
Yakima Valley Community College to Offer Free Technology Workshops
Want to sharpen your skills with Microsoft Excel, Access or Publisher? Here's a great opportunity!