Originally from Vashon Island, Washington, Paul bounced to Alaska, California, and Hawaii before landing in the Tri-Cities. He's spent most of his radio career as Director of Content and Operations Manager for six radio stations in the TRI. He's an accomplished programmer in all formats, an on-air personality, an event coordinator, and a writer. You can find Paul and his wife at the gym, on Badger Mountain, or on a bike path when he's not at work.
Pasco’s Coveted Riverfront Neighborhood: What Will This Gem Cost You?
When you step through the beautiful wood double doors you’ll be greeted by a wall of windows with views of the river and Tri-Cities skyline from nearly every room.
A Northwest Secret: Amazing Secluded Floating Sauna Awaits You
Named as one of the World’s Greatest Places by Time Magazine, this secluded floating sauna presents an otherworldly experience for those seeking relaxation and adventure.
Finding the Perfect Christmas Tree: A Festive Journey in Washington and Oregon
The days are counting down quickly to Christmas, so if you haven't yet, now is the time to start planning your trip to find a Christmas tree!
Hey, Washington, Get Ready for a Full Beaver Moon and Other Cosmic Events in November
The days are getting shorter and the temperatures are dropping, but that’s no reason not to get bundled up for a night of stargazing in Washington during November. If watching the night sky is a hobby of yours, there are four noteworthy celestial events you should put on your calendar for the month.
Forgetting to Do This BEFORE it Freezes Will Cost You Big Bucks in Washington
There is a winterizing step you need to do that many homeowners aren't aware of and it could cost hundreds, even thousands of dollars in repairs if it's not completed.
Catching Cash: Earn $22K a Month Fishing the Columbia River
The program is simple. During certain months of the year you can make big bucks fishing on the Columbia River. And, save salmon at the same time.
WW II Shipwreck Discovered Fully Intact is Part of Washington’s History
During the warmer months, the lake is mainly used for recreational activities – boating, swimming, paddle boarding, etc. Most people are completely unaware of what sits below the surface.
Revving Up the Debate: How Old is ‘Too Old’ to Drive in Washington State?
There are some superhumans out there in their 90s+ that are still sharp as a tack and physically healthy, but for the majority of us that won’t be the case once we cross the mid-80s mark and beyond. We are physically and mentally slower.
DON’T MISS These October Astronomical Events in Washington & Oregon
It doesn’t seem like it has been eleven years since we all donned protective eclipse glasses and watched day turn into night. That was quite an event. If you live in parts of the Pacific Northwest, you’re in for more astronomical treats this month.
New Multi-Million Dollar Wall in Pasco is Already Covered with Graffiti
Its purpose is to reduce road noise for residents living in the area but it's become a haven for taggers instead.