KOIN/Portland anchor to retire

Wayne Havrelly posted this X.com announcement: Next weekend I will be retiring from the anchor desk at KOIN 6. The past 38 years in broadcasting have gone by in a blink of an eye. It was an honor to document history and tell your stories. I’ll cherish the adventures and the friendships! Cheers to you all!

Author: Jason Remington

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3 thoughts on “KOIN/Portland anchor to retire

  1. I’d be willing to bet that Washington is served by more phonetic calls than any other state. Let’s see, there’s KING, KOMO, KIRO, KUBE, KIXI, KIMA, KAPP, KREM, and I’ll throw in KATU and KOIN since they reach Southwest Washington. Did I leave any out?

    1. KBLE, once referred to as Kable Radio, KLAY still exists in Lakewood, KWYZ Everett, KLDY/Tumwater (K-Lady, for Jim Baine’s wife), KRIZ (Kris Bennett), KSUH/Puyallup (Jean Suh), KLFE (K-Life), KAOS/Olympia, KUPS/Tacoma, KLSY/Belfair, KITI/Centralia… qualifiers?

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