Tracci Dial (Journalist)

Last Updated on 8 months by General

Tracci Dial is a proud native of the Pacific Northwest. Her roots run deep in Orofino, and she proudly identifies as an Orofino Maniac. She embarked on her educational journey, culminating in a Bachelor’s degree in Communication Arts from Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho.

Her career in the news industry began straight out of her freshman year. Initially, she was a local radio personality, covering the happenings of the Lewis-Clark Valley and the Palouse. Her journey then led her to television, specifically at KLEW-TV, where she wore various hats, working both behind the scenes in news and production departments. She even ventured into creating local commercials. Over time, she climbed the ranks to secure the evening anchor role.

In July 2012, Tracci made a significant move, transitioning from the banana belt of Idaho to the picturesque Washington wine country. Here, she assumed the role of the weekend news anchor and also contributed as a reporter three days a week. Although she was new to the Tri-Cities, her ties to the area extended through family connections.

Tracci is deeply passionate about narrating your stories accurately and with dedication. She views her job as an invaluable resource for helping, informing, and entertaining her audience.

Beyond her professional commitments, Tracci finds joy in activities like reading, painting, snowboarding, and basking in the warm embrace of the sun’s rays.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *