Jamie Council is a freelance writer and photographer for the Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business. Prior to her freelance work, Council ran the sports department at KNDU/KNDO/SWX and was a kicker for the championship Rush football team in the Tri-Cities. Most of her experience is in a newsroom, specifically sports departments throughout Washington and North Dakota.
In addition to her work for the Journal, the multimedia journalist serves as a sportscaster for ESPN+, NFHS, The Lonestar Conference Network, NWAC, and Jacob's Radio, a host of a weekly sports radio show on 1340 ESPN entitles "The Sports Council," a Master of Ceremonies, and a hired gun for other small contracts.
Council lives in the Tri-Cities where she enjoys anything active, exploring the communities and their culture, and telling stories people care about.
Freelancer for Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business
Candies the colors of the rainbow from more than 20 countries line the shelves of Diana Milton’s candy shop. A neon sign encourages customers to “treat yo’ self.” Milton’s sweet little shop in the Park View Plaza, across from Richland’s Howard Amon Park, celebrated its one-year anniversary there in early December.
The pandemic changed the landscape for plenty of nonprofits and pet adoption groups were no exception.
Adoption rates hit an all-time high. More than 23 million households, or 20%, adopted a pet, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. But as people’s lives returned...
BK Hong and Yoori Nah are selling Ara Sushi & Grill. Their traditional Japanese and Korean restaurant is at 430 George Washington Way, Suite 430, on the top floor of the Riverwalk Shopping District building and was listed in September.