Nate Hanson Biography
Nate Hanson is a digital media producer and digital high school sports reporter. He joined KGW in August of 2014 after graduating from Washington State University. “Go Cougs!”.
Hanson was the radio play-by-play voice for Pullman High School’s football and basketball teams while attending college. Nate was also the Sports Director, provided play-by-play and was a sports talk show host for WSU’s student radio station, KUGR.
He grew up in Selah, Wash., where he played sports year-round and became a huge Seattle sports fan.
The Mariners remain his favorite team today, with the Seahawks a close second.
Hanson has embraced the Trail Blazers as his favorite NBA team since moving to the area “or at least until the SuperSonics return to Seattle”.
Nate Hanson Age
He is a digital media producer and digital high school sports reporter. He joined KGW in August of 2014 after graduating from Washington State University. “Go Cougs!”. His date of birth together with his actual date of birth will be updated soon.
Nate Hanson Family
He grew up in the shadows of Mt. Hood, on a hill overlooking the Willamette River. Nathan has driven all over the US, and according to him, the Portland area is the most beautiful and has the most amazing people. Details about his parents and siblings will be updated soon.
Nate Hanson Wife
He is married and together with his wife have two daughters. in an interview, he says” My wife and I happily grow our family here on this sacred soil”.
He added “I enjoy audio books, podcasting, deep conversations, & genuine people. I feel so grateful to get to work at an amazing company with such special people”.
Nate Hanson Net Worth
Hanson is a digital media producer and digital high school sports reporter. He joined KGW in August of 2014 after graduating from Washington State University. “Go Cougs!”. His estimated net worth as of 2019 is under review and it will be updated soon.
Salem boy, 14, never came home from school, police say
kgw.com — MISSING Joseph Sanders was last seen on the campus of Judson Middle School in Salem at 3 p.m. SALEM, Ore — Police are asking for the public’s help with finding a 14-year-old boy who went missing Tuesday afternoon.
Joseph Sanders was last seen on the campus of Judson Middle School in Salem at 3 p.m. He never came home, according to Salem police. Joseph is 5-foot-2, has blonde hair, blue eyes and a thin build.
Wanted suspect arrested after chase, crash in Washington County
kgw.com — CRIME The suspect was wanted for an assault on a police officer in Columbia City, according to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. BEAVERTON, Ore. — A suspect wanted out of Columbia County was arrested after leading law enforcement on a chase into Washington County Tuesday afternoon.
The suspect, who has not been identified, was wanted for an assault on a police officer in Columbia City, according to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. Ice Cube, E-40, Ginuwine coming to Portland for ‘Boo Bomb 6’ show
Ice Cube, E-40, Ginuwine coming to Portland for ‘Boo Bomb 6’ show
kgw.com — ENTERTAINMENT The show, which is put on by radio station JAM’N 107.5, is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Moda Center. PORTLAND, Ore. — N.W.A. icon Ice Cube will be headlining the sixth annual Boo Bomb concert in Portland this fall.
This year’s show will also feature E-40, Ginuwine, Baby Bash, and Zapp. More performers are expected to be announced.
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Can the Blazers upset the Warriors in the conference finals?
The Portland Trail Blazers are used to being counted out.
Before the playoffs began, most picked Portland to bow out in the first round against an Oklahoma City Thunder team perceived to be more talented.
Some public opinion swayed the Blazers’ way after they dispatched the Thunder in five games, and most picked Portland to beat the higher-seeded Denver Nuggets in the second round.
But that confidence was shaken after the Blazers fell behind three games to two after a 26-point drubbing in Game 5 in Denver. Most turned on Portland again, saying even if they won Game 6 at home, they couldn’t beat Denver at the Pepsi Center a second time in this series.
The Blazers proved their never-say-die skeptics wrong again, beating the Nuggets in Game 7 to reach the Western Conference finals for the first time since Sheed and Bonzi roamed the court in Portland.
Now the majority of pundits and experts are picking the Blazers to fold in the conference finals against the defending champion Golden State Warriors. Even with star forward, Kevin Durant expected to miss at least a game or two, all but a select few are picking the Warriors to win in five or six games.