I’m a transplant to the Texas Panhandle but I lived here longer than I did in Tornillo, Texas. I moved here to attend college and fell in love with Amarillo, and it’s four separate seasons. I began my broadcasting career in El Paso, at age 14, so I was a grizzled veteran when I got to the panhandle. If you can name an Amarillo station, I’ve probably worked there. I graduated from WT, and married a girl I met in McCaslin Hall. Our two boys were born and went to school here. One works in Austin television and the other is a Marine. We have two dogs, and a cat to keep us company. I’ve been inducted into the Texas Panhandle Broadcasters Hall Of Fame, something I’ve very proud of. My music taste extends from The Beatles to Katy Perry and everything in between. I am a devoted Dallas Cowboys fan and one of my dogs is named “Romo.” We watch a lot of old movies, binge on Netflix, and travel when we can. I love the arts, the gorgeous sunrises and sunsets, the canyon, and our enormous selections of restaurants. I read…a lot, with Stephen King and Erik Larson, being my favorites. I love living here and the panhandle in my forever home. I consider myself very lucky to have been adopted by the wonderful people who live here. My days are filled with handshakes, hugs, and nice notes on social media. Thank you for spending your morning with me.
Amarillo Sod Poodles Host Job Fair at Embassy Suites
Bring a resume and dress to impress! If you can't attend the fair that day, you can send your resume to info@SodPoodles.com
Get Ready To Rock! WTAMU Will Offer a ‘School Of Rock’ Class
Randy Ray, Director of broadcast engineering and associate lecturer in mass communications will channel his inner Jack Black, and teach adults, what being in a band is like.
Want Bigger Shows In Amarillo? Pay For A New Building.
One of the questions I'm asked the most is, "Why don't we get as many concerts, as we use to?" There are several reasons, but they come down to one thing-Amarillo needs a newer and bigger facility.
City Of Amarillo To Close For MLK Day
The offices of the City Of Amarillo will be closed Monday, Jan. 21 in recognition of MLK Day – the holiday honoring the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Memorial Set For Canadian Teen Thomas Brown
A memorial is planned for a Canadian teen, who's remains were found earlier last week, Thomas Brown, 18, went missing November 23, 2016.
Did You Know About This McDonald’s Fry Hack?
Sometimes genius is right in front of your face. The answer you've been looking for, has been there all along. Just like Dorothy in The Wizard Of Oz.
Here’s How To Bounce Back From The Holidays
Christmas is here and New Years Eve awaits and then it's back to work. How do you handle the stress?
Does Kissing Under Mistletoe Count As Cheating?
There is the mistletoe. And there is you. Is kissing someone under the mistletoe considered cheating? You'd have the best information available.
9 Things We Hate About Staying With Relatives
Are you staying with relatives this Christmas or are they all coming to your house this year?
Would You Pay For A Perfect Night Of Sleep?
Do you sleep well? You're very lucky as a lot of people can't seem to close the deal with sleep. Some would pay money, for a good nights sleep.
60 Second Breathing Trick For Holiday Stress
Christmas IS the most wonderful time of the year, but it can be very stressful as well. Shopping, cooking, and getting the house ready for family and friends can push you to your limit. We found a breathing trick you can do, to help you relax and it takes 60 seconds!
5 Common Scams in 2018 and How To Avoid Them in 2019
To help keep you and your money safe, here are five of this years scams.