I'm originally from Chicago but moved to the Panhandle in 1986. I graduated from Canyon High School and went on to Amarillo College to learn all I can about radio. I've been on the radio for over twenty years and hope for many more. I love music, baseball, and the Investigation Discovery Channel. I have one daughter, Faith which you'll probably hear about on the air, one dog, Chipper, who is a Puggle, and Twilight the cat. You can find me at home cooking. I love to cook. I also love my Air Fryer and Instant Pot! What else does one need?
Mural in Amarillo Wants You to Jump in and Be Part of the Action
Amarillo is a great big little city. It has a lot of qualities that make it a little city. Or really a small world. It also has things that make it seem really big. I mean there are a ton of songs that mention our little hometown.
Take the West Tour on the Mother of All Roads for Upcoming Celebration
There are so many great things to celebrate in our area. We are fortunate to have the most famous road going through our city. With this of course I mean Route 66.
Things You Will Need an ID to Purchase Legally in Texas
When you go into a store like United or Walmart, it's not a surprise that you will be asked to show an ID to purchase some items. You understand if you are buying alcohol they will want to make sure you are of legal age for them to sell it to.
What Will We Do Without Frosty’s This Summer in Canyon?
This sounds to me like how a horror movie would start. You are stuck in a small town and there is nowhere to go to get your favorite summer snack. Except this is a reality in Canyon this summer.
Snacking at Grocery Store Before Paying is That Illegal in TX?
I try to make it a habit I really do. If I am going to the grocery store I have to eat something before I leave. If I am out and about I will drive thru somewhere and scarf down a burger and fries before I pull into the grocery store parking lot.
Borger Making a Party Out of Taking Out the Trash
The last thing we want is our city to be a mess. We take pride. Or at least we should in how we represent our city. It's not always fun but we clean up the debris we see that lands in our yard. That is the first step.
Under a Carbon Black Sky: Borger Residents Say Local Plant Emissions are Worrisome
Residents of Borger, Texas say that air quality in the area has worsened.
Looking For That Great Hole in The Wall Restaurant in Amarillo?
Taking a drive around Amarillo you notice one thing right away. We love our restaurants. We have plenty but yet it is still the toughest thing to decide on. Where are we going to eat? That question gets asked a lot.
Dark Amarillo History: The Shocking Murder of a Teenage Girl by a Police Officer
On April 1, 1975 an Amarillo police officer did the unthinkable.
Another Amarillo Restaurant Closing Their Doors for Good
We are only five months into this new year. So the news is not good hearing of another restaurant closing in 2023. We are on our fifth closed restaurant in as many months.
Randall County Sergeant Killed in Off-Duty Accident on Mother’s Day
Mother's Day is supposed to be a day that you spend with your family. You have great memories and stories to tell. This Mother's Day didn't turn out that way for one Amarillo family.
Where are You More Likely to Be Murdered? Texas or California?
I mean being murdered is not really high up there on my list of wants. I don't think there are too many people with that on their bucket list. I could be wrong, I guess.