Hey there! I was Born and raised in Tacoma, but my family has lived in Wenatchee for decades. Been in the valley since 2020, but reporting since 2021. If you can't find me perusing the library, I will be cooking my signature 'squash and sauce' recipe, playing video games, gardening, or smelling the rain. Some of my favorite shows and movies include Daisies, Severance, and Metropolis. My goal while working for KPQ AM is to keep our listeners updated on our local area.
Group of Hikers Rescue Injured Hiker at Colchuck Lake Near Leavenworth
The group stayed with the hiker through the night, with assistance from U.S. Forest Service personnel.
Department of Fish and Wildlife Asking to Keep Protected Status for Gray Wolf Species
Based on 14 years of population growth, Fish and Wildlife concluded that the species no longer meets the threat of extinction, or the state definition for a threatened species.
City of Wenatchee Hosts Open House for McKittrick Street Improvements
Construction is expected to start in the summer of 2024.
Artisans, Fairies, and Knights Bring Merriment to the Two Rivers Medieval Faire
The 14th Annual Two Rivers Medieval Faire had vendors all across the Pacific Northwest come together at the Chelan County Expo Center, on May 13-14.
Three Fires in Wenatchee Valley During Mother’s Day Weekend
Cause of the fires are currently under investigation.
Dangerous Women Return to Leavenworth with Production of Unsettled
Theater Production company Dangerous Women is returning to Leavenworth with their critically acclaimed production of Unsettled from May 19-20.
Sociology Professor Richard Brinkman Running for Leavenworth Mayor
Key issues he hopes to highlight throughout his campaign include road maintenance, speeding in school zones, graffiti, and the city’s responsiveness to residential concerns.
City of Wenatchee Accepts Springwater Avenue Improvements
Construction would go towards widening the roadway to fit two travel lanes and two bicycle lanes, new sidewalks, gutters, and curbs on each side of the road, and street lights.
Rebuilding Campsites at 25-Mile State Park After Flooding Fallout
They are working to rebuild 11 campsites located in the upper campground, hoping those sites can be rebuilt by next weekend.
Bridgeport Man May be Released After Successful Appeal on Resentencing
Between his initial arrest and his hearing, Stacy Haines spent two years in custody waiting for a final decision.