Graham Johnson Leaves KIRO 7 & The TV News Business

Graham Johnson spent time as a reporter and anchor for KOBI-TV in Medford, Oregon, where he was also a writer for Northwest Cable News, before coming to KIRO 7. After 18 years, Graham is stepping away from the field and stepping into a job outside of news.

Author: Jason Remington

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3 thoughts on “Graham Johnson Leaves KIRO 7 & The TV News Business

  1. Well Graham: You have had a wonderful life. Of course I remember you as a little boy, you and your brother. Plus, you grew up in the same house that I grew up in. I am now living in Yakima. Retired from the ferry system in 2008. Shannon lives not far and her oldest is a freshman in high school and youngest in 6th grade. She is still a Vet. Tech and her husband “Mike” is a teacher. Keith is doing very well in Billings Montana. He is the Maintainence Manager for Corcorn Truck there. He and Stacey have about 10 acres with a couple animals. Enjoy your new job Graham.

  2. William Engelhardt adds this: Graham notes in a Facebook post, “After a brief retirement, I’ll start work in communications at the Port of Tacoma. It will be a great change for me and my family, and I’m looking forward to the next chapter.”

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