Grew up in Los Angeles. Landed my first radio job in 1996 as a news anchor at KAAT/KTNS Oakhurst, CA, after graduating from the Academy of Radio & Television Broadcasting in southern California. I really enjoyed living on Cannery Row, in Monterey, after landing my second job in 1998 with KNRY. Prior to moving to Idaho, I spent 16 years as morning show co-host and production director for Star 94FM, north of Sacramento, in the Sierra Foothills. I also wrote for The Union Newspaper, in Nevada County, CA, part-time from 2009-10. I have a son and daughter, and hanging out with them is my favorite hobby. I also enjoy exploring the coast of the Western US. My life heavily revolves around my football team, the world champion Philadelphia Eagles, of which I’ve been pulling for since the 8th grade. GO BIRDS! And, the Smashing Pumpkins rule!
South Idaho Farm Relic Likely Left Behind By Lewis & Clark Scout
Although there's no actual record of the famed mountain man being within the boundaries of what would become Yellowstone, a farmer found something very interesting on his property in 1933.
Idaho Is One Of The Least Credible Bigfoot States, Data Reveals
I've spent many nights camping in central and southern Idaho, and I have yet to see any trace of Bigfoot, not even a turd.
Hate, Bigotry Isn’t Just A North Idaho Reality; Ask Caldwell High
I feel sorry for not just the Hispanic students at Caldwell High School, but every one of them. Please, let me apologize on behalf of every white person in Idaho.
Opinion: Cruel Tabloid Puffery Of Idaho Student Murders Is Sad
Words like, "butchered," "gutted corpses," "house of horrors," and other language used by National Enquirer staffers isn't impressive at all, but sadly, that's the bar these "writers" have to rise to. I feel terribly for the parents, siblings, and friends of the deceased.
WATCH: Excited Twin Falls ID Fisherman Reacts To Hooking Sunhat
Sometimes what you think is pulling down on that line isn't always the catch of the day.
South Idaho Glamping Bliss Has Pine Trees, Obsidian Stones Abound
The weather in southern Idaho appears to be clearing by Friday, and plenty of sunshine is on the way for the following several days. Maybe now is a good time to load up the travel trailer and enjoy a few nights with a chair parked by the fire and a couple of afternoons of rockhounding with family and friends.
See Stunning Photo Of Atmospheric Anomaly Taken In Northern Utah
It's not often we get the opportunity to take a photograph as beautiful as the Utah shot. It's all about being in the right place, at the right time.
Idaho Snot Snackers May Have Healthier Mouths, Science Proclaims
Apparently, mucus coats the teeth and protects them from sugars and other harmful substances that cause cavities. So, a regiment of booger-eating, flossing, and brushing might be the coup de grace to tooth decay.
Kind Gesture Supporting Emotional Distress Left On Perrine Bridge
This week, many in the Magic Valley took to social media to commend the unknown individual(s) who taped a sign near the Perrine Bridge that read, "You R Needed, You R Loved." It was a beautiful gesture, and every single person who commented on the Facebook post shared earlier in the week was moved by it.
Idaho Food Truck Weddings Less Stressful, Cost-Effective And Fun
Wedding season is just a few months away in Idaho. Food is one of the biggest aspects of a ceremony, and many brides and grooms begin researching restaurants before considering alternative catering methods.
Costs For Routine Procedures At Idaho Hospitals Might Shock You
Before Idahoans get too fired up about the bill that arrives in the mailbox, some research on healthcare spending in America as a whole might change the opinions of many. Some in Idaho may find the shock to be of the good kind.
Twin Falls Tourist Opinions Mixed on Importance of the Evel Knievel Site
Remarks such as, "It wasn't anything spectacular," and "The jump site isn't much," were posted by visitors from Utah and Illinois.