In 2020, Ashley Beard (Ash) graduated from Washington State University with a degree in Broadcast Production. After their humble zoom graduation, Ash spent a few months caregiving by day and bartending by night. Finally, Ash was brought on to the production team as a producer and editor for podcast Traverse Talks With Sueann Ramella.
Ash gained production experience during her college days by writing, producing, filming and editing short narrative television shows on Cable 8 Productions. She enjoys writing satire, dark comedy and science fiction stories. They also spend their free time painting, reading, pondering the existence of life and embarrassing their friends by dancing in public!
When Washington State University freshman Sam Martinez died in a hazing related incident at his fraternity, Alpha Tau Omega, 15 current and former ATO members were charged with furnishing liquor to minors, a gross misdemeanor. Continue Reading Family Of Sam Martinez Backs Two Anti-Hazing Bills In Washington
Immigrant rights advocates have one last request for Sheriff Gene Dana. On Sunday, they marched down Ellensburg’s Main Street to the Kittitas County Courthouse calling on Dana to terminate a contract between the county and federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Continue Reading Advocates Call On Retiring Kittitas County Sheriff To End Contract With ICE
The coronavirus is spreading a pandemic of disappointment among Pacific Northwest families and camp counselors via the widespread cancellation of traditional sleepaway summer camps. But some camp operators in Washington state and north Idaho are waiting to make the final call for this summer in hopes that overnight camps can still take place — albeit with a late start probably. Others are putting an assortment of backup options into play. Continue Reading Summer Camp Cancellations Multiply, But Some Hold Out Hope For Late Start