News Bulletin: Lunch Hero Day!

May 1 was Lunch Hero Day! A time to celebrate those heroes who make sure the children in our community get the nutrition they need, especially during these times! Here’s the news bulletin I put together for it! Props to my photographer, Kyle Prothe, for achieving the vision and editing this!

Potato Farmers of Eastern Washington Give Away Tons of Taters

Some of the amazing farmers of Eastern Washington found they had a surplus of potatoes (3 BILLION pounds) during this shutdown, so rather than let it go to waste… they are giving it away to the public and to those in need right now! My trip to Ritzville on Wednesday ⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️🥔🥔🥔🥔🥔

Happy Birthday, Ruth!

It’s hard to sum up 100 years of life, love, work, faith and service in just a simple story here, but I hope I’ve been able to capture and preserve a little bit of the life of a woman who has spent the last century preserving so much of her own history.

My latest venture in the reporting world was spent celebrating an amazing woman turning 100-years-old in Spokane Valley. Here is the story:

 

Google Maps Update Could Save You A Speeding Ticket

Been turning a couple of stories here and there. This is the latest one and I’m posting to show it off, but mostly as a way to archive it.

Google Maps released an update that will allow drivers to report police activity, such as speed traps. It’s nothing new, but how traveling has changed over the years, right?

Blue Ash Aphids Make Their Annual Return to Spokane To Look For Love

Much like smoke in the summertime or potholes in the… all the time, October is blue ash aphid season in Spokane.

I believe that means we are legally obligated to do a story on them and this year, I drew the aphid straw.

I was tasked with finding out what we can do about them and how long they will be around. The short answers: Nothing and a couple of weeks. But that would’ve only been like a 15-second story, so I stretched it out.

Enjoy!