Melissa is originally from Chicago but she moved to the Panhandle in 1986. She is a graduate of Canyon High School and went on to Amarillo College to learn all she could about radio. She has been on the radio in Amarillo for over twenty years and hopes for many more. She loves music, baseball, (especially her Atlanta Braves and hometown Chicago White Sox) and the Investigation Discovery Channel. She has one daughter, Faith, and one granddaughter, Laila, which you'll probably hear about on the air. You can find her at home cooking. She loves to cook. She is also a fan on her Air Fryer and Instant Pot! What else does one need?
Randall County Remembers Families During Christmas Season
Everywhere you look Christmas is all around. We have our houses and businesses lit up to the extreme. The ornaments are hung. Our living rooms look like a winter wonderland.
Amarillo Side Hustle You Can Do From Anywhere
Remember the days when the only way to make money was to have a job? Maybe you could make a little extra money by having a garage sale one weekend. Oh, but all the work that was included in that became one big headache.
Amarillo Team Making an Appearance at Thanksgiving Parade
Of course, we are looking forward to the smell of turkey cooking. We are looking forward to family time. Or at least getting out and having a nice meal at an Amarillo restaurant. Thanksgiving has a lot of great traditions.
Amarillo Police Offer Thanksgiving Safety for Pets
There is a lot going on this week. There will be a lot of gatherings. A lot of moving around. A lot of people are in at out of different homes. With all of that movement, there are a lot of chances to not keep an eye out on an important part of your family.
Christmas and Swimming Together in One Perfect Amarillo Night
One of the things you don't really think about doing during the holiday season is swimming. I mean there are not a lot of opportunities to do that around Amarillo. I mean unless you have access to an indoor pool or a heated one.
Purse Thieves Strike in Amarillo: Keep Your Stuff Safe and Secure
Tis the season and all of that. You would like to think that all of your items and you are safe at all times here in Amarillo. We know that is not the case. This reminder screams to the women to watch out and be prepared at all times.
Hodgetown Looks to Light Up the Amarillo Sky This Christmas
Christmas is a special time of year. There are so many events. So many parties. So much family time. It is a great time to sit back a little and enjoy the season. A great time to get out and do things with the family. Especially when the word free is involved.
Potter County Sheriff’s Ensures You Get Your Holiday Packages
Nothing is worse than knowing you have a package that is supposed to be delivered and you never see it. Sometimes it gets delivered to the wrong address. Mistakes happen. You count on that kind neighbor to contact you or at least drop it off to you.
Texas is Plagued With a Growing List of Endangered Species
Texas has it all. With the amount of land we encompass we should have it all. The problem is that we are losing some things at an alarming rate. Yes, Texas is one of the largest states so that means we should have plenty of land to share with the animals.
Answer for Parents Needing Child Care Help During Fall Break
It seems like we were just getting spooky and celebrating Halloween. Just like that Thanksgiving is next week. Now it would be great if our kid's holiday schedules could coincide with ours at work. That is not always the case as some Canyon and Amarillo parents are realizing.
Top Reasons Not to Move to Amarillo
How long have you lived in Amarillo? Are you a lifer? Have you been here pretty much forever? You then know what I am talking about when I say there are plenty of reasons why you shouldn't move to Amarillo.
Good News – Texas Has Bragging Rights and Safety in Numbers
It's nice to see that the world is not full of doom and gloom. I mean it seems the more you open social media or listen to news stories it is more bad things happening. It's nice when that is not true. Not entirely.