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.
This Must-See National Landmark is Less than an Hour from Tri-Cities
The Drumheller Channels are a geological wonder formed by Earth’s violent history during the last ice age. When it was all over, Mother Nature left us Drumheller Channels in the middle of Washington.
Eerie Echoes Still Exist within Washington’s Old Robe Abandoned Tunnels
Although the entrances are now covered with ferns and other greenery, the tunnels still have an eerie echo inside and a rich history of an era when railways thrived and connected communities in Washington - transporting timber, minerals, and passengers.
Benton City’s ‘Golden Bachelor’ Contestant, Faith Martin, Through the Years [PHOTOS]
The photos you’re about to see are from Faith Martin's time at 98.3 THE KEY in Tri-Cities, Washington starting in 2002 and ending the year she left the station in 2016. Faith’s warm and fun personality shines through in each photo. She has touched the entire town of Benton City, the Tri-Cities, and millions around the country.
Legendary Guitarist Fired: The ‘Lack of Talent’ Scandal at Famous Oregon Venue
The Crystal Ballroom is not just known for its musical history. It is famous for an engineering marvel – a spring-loaded dance floor that gives attendees a one-of-kind experience. And, a night that left one of the world's best guitar players unemployed.
Step Inside this Extraordinary Lighthouse Home in Oregon: A Coastal Paradise Awaits You!
Imagine taking a short drive down your own winding private road which eventually lands you at a stunning architectural custom-built masterpiece - Cleft of The Rock Lighthouse! You'll feel like you’re a real lighthouse keeper.
It’s House Fly Season in Washington, Keep Them Out with These Tricks
If you leave a door or window open even for a few seconds – bam! One or two will make their way in the house ready to annoy you endlessly. Why are there so many house flies this time of year?
At $70 Million, It’s One of Washington’s Most Expensive Homes [PHOTOS]
Hunts Point on the banks of Lake Washington is one of the most coveted waterfront communities in Washington, if not the entire world. And, this stunning 17,599 square-foot estate sits in the heart of the community.
Washington’s Most Unique Campsite is Nirvana for Adrenaline Junkies
Forget putting up a tent in a crowded Pacific Northwest campground – it’s a guarantee you won’t have many camping neighbors at this site - 1000 feet above the ground on the side of a cliff!
Rock & Roll is Once Again Bubbling Up Around the Slopes of Mount Rainier
'DROP the STAR' injects new life into rock and roll and the Pacific Northwest music scene. It’s hard to compare them to the GOATs but all one has to do is listen to hear the influences of AC/DC and Guns N’ Roses.
Mystery of Missing Couple Solved in Deep Washington Lake After 75 Years
On July 3, 1929, Russell and Blanche Warren vanished without a trace. Their disappearance would frustrate family members, baffle law enforcement, and cause much speculation for 75 years.