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Cody Proctor

Cody Proctor is an anchor and multi-skilled journalist at KREM 2 News.
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Cody Proctor

SPOKANE, Wash. — Cody Proctor is an anchor and multi-skilled journalist at KREM 2 News. The Grand Coulee native joined the KREM 2 team in October 2021.

Before making the move to Spokane, she spent five years in the Tri-Cities at KEPR/KIMA Action News, first as the weekend anchor and then as the morning news/weather anchor. In her time at KEPR/KIMA, she covered stories that included the tunnel collapse at the Hanford nuclear reservation and forecasting major flooding in Walla Walla and Pendleton.

Prior to returning to the Evergreen State, Cody worked for over four years in Montana, first as an anchor at Montana Public Radio and then as a reporter and weekend anchor at KRTV in Great Falls.

Before starting her professional career, Cody attended both Northwest College in Powell, Wyoming and the University of Montana in Missoula, Montana. She competed on the rodeo team with a scholarship at each school. In 2010, she qualified for the College National Finals rodeo in breakaway roping. Cody graduated from UM with a Bachelor of Arts in broadcast journalism and an entertainment management certificate. She’s also a current student in Mississippi State University’s Broadcast and Operational Meteorology program.

On her days off, Cody is busy exploring all the back roads, small towns, festivals and incredible scenery that make up Eastern Washington and the Inland Northwest.

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