James G. left a promising career in the medical field as well as opportunities in the food service industry to find glamor and prestige in radio over 20 years ago. While still searching for both and when not on the radio you can find G. playing his drums or reading discount Kindle books from Amazon. He believes in God, Country, and the Dallas Cowboys, in that order.
Top 11 Rejected Names For Amarillo’s New Baseball Team You Wish You Could Vote For
Much has been made about Amarillo getting a new baseball team.
The Top 11 Reasons Why Food Trucks Are So Cool
The next opportunity for you to punch the monkey is at the Summer Kickoff Party
The Top 12 Bacon Facts, Myths, & Legends
Ready for Baconfest? How much exactly, do you know about Bacon?
Sorry Kids, There’s A Baconfest Dress Code, Old Is In, Safety Over Skin
Baconfest is May 12. We take bacon very seriously.
Baconfest: Top 11 Reasons Why We’re Starting A New Yearly Tradition
It’s coming May 12th to the Rex Baxter Building on the Tri-State Fairgrounds.
Amarillo Gas Prices Up This Week
Summer is coming. And the slow and sure upward surge of gas prices has begun.
Amarillo Fire Department Quickly Extinguishes Fire, Saves Breakfast Time
When you fight fires with the Amarillo Fire Department, sometimes you have to get up early.
FBI Amarillo Office Ask For Help In Identifying, Capturing Bank Robber
The FBI is asking you get involved with the manhunt for the suspect in two Amarillo bank robberies.
Someone In Amarillo Set Out A Steel Jaw Trap
Amarillo resident found a dead opossum caught in the jaws of a steel jaw trap on Thursday.
Amarillo’s Newest Professional Sports Team A Real Kick
A new flavor in regional professional sports is coming to Amarillo.
Amarillo Stinks! The Smell of the 27th, Secret Report Exposed
Its been so long since we got moisture in Amarillo you forgot how rain smelled or how wetness makes it smell.
Drunk Drivers In Amarillo Facing Public Humiliation
If you get caught driving drunk in Amarillo, you will need very deep pockets and a friend at Facebook to keep it under wraps.