Don West

Don West was a Sports Communications major at Purdue University. Hosted the “Sports Memorabilia Show” at the Shop at Home Network from 1991-2001. Parodied by Will Ferrell on Saturday Night Live three times. Hosted the “Sports Reporters Show” on Sports Talk Radio WNSR in Nashville from 2002-2007. Color commentator for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling on Spike TV from 2002-2012. Director of Sales and Marketing for the Wenatchee Wild Junior Hockey Team from 2012-2016.

Michael Knight

I’ve hosted top-rated radio programs in San Francisco, Seattle and Los Angeles … after much success as a daily talk show host, I long to be a late-night disc jockey playing long cuts by unknown artists suffering in obscurity.




Dave Bernstein

Dave BernsteinI joined NewsRadio 560 KPQ in 1987 as news host/anchor and account executive.  After 15 years with the team, I took a position with another local radio group which eventually became Cherry Creek Radio. During my tenure with NewsRadio 560 KPQ, I’ve held down just about every role in the operations, programming and news departments. I’ve covered all types of stories including disasters dating back to the Castlerock and Tyee fires, as well as 2015’s devastating fire season, the capture of murderer Jack Spillman, and countless more activities.




Dylan Carder

Dylan Carder is the program and news director for News Radio 560 KPQ. He came to Wenatchee in October of 2016 from Idaho Falls, Idaho where he was program director at KEIR. Dylan has been working in broadcast news since 2000, but most of that has been in TV. He worked at both KIFI and KIDK in Idaho Falls as a producer, reporter, and anchor. Two of those years were spent as weekend sports anchor and reporter. Dylan also spent some time working with the athletic department at his Alma Mater Idaho State University as a statistician and PA announcer. Since moving to Wenatchee, he has also helped out with the Wenatchee AppleSox with similar duties. You can also hear Dylan on Sports Radio 1340 the Hawk broadcasting Cashmere High School sports. Dylan loves watching sports and spending time with his wife Aimee and his two kids, Grant and Grace. 



Kevin Rounce

I grew up on the West Side in Gig Harbor. I graduated with a degree in journalism from Central Washington University after spending nearly a decade working for ESPN Fantasy Games. I’ve been married for more than 17 years to an amazing teacher. I joined the Washington Ag Network in February of 2015 and am excited to continue working with the agriculture industry. I really enjoy being identified with NewsRadio 560 KPQ.