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?
New Restaurant Opened in Downtown Amarillo
I love having new places to eat. It's even more exciting when they move in close to my work in Downtown Amarillo. Even better when it is in my building. So there is a close choice for me to eat at and a new place totally in Downtown Amarillo.
Canyon’s Farm to Table Event is Saturday
Have you ever had a meal totally prepared from local food. I mean stuff that was grown and prepared right here in this great Texas Panhandle. It seems like such an easy task but sit down an think out the menu.
How My Life Has Changed Since September 11th, 2001
Let’s go back to September 11th in the year 1996. This is when this all started for me and my connection to this day. I was 9 months pregnant. I was due in 2 days. The 13th. It would have been on a Friday. I couldn’t have a Friday the 13th baby. So when I went into labor 2 days early I…
Canyon to Host Autumn Street Fest
Even though the calendar does not say it officially yet we can't help but be in the mood for anything fall. We have pumpkin items on the menu and in the stores. Football is back in action. We are ready to get out and enjoy the cooler temperatures, at some point.
Goodwill Getting a New Location in Amarillo
One of my favorite things to do when I was visiting my family in Phoenix was to go shopping at Goodwill. When I was visiting that was when I would be introduced to thrift shopping. You could find all kinds of one of a kind items there.
When Problems Arise in Amarillo Who Do You Call?
There are times that you see something in Amarillo. Sometimes it is something in your own back yard so to speak. You want to notify someone. The problem is you don't know who to call. You don't want to be on this endless "please hold" while they transfer you to someone else.
Final Weeks at Hodgetown Shaping Up to be Fun
Here we are in the second week of September. We have school back in session. High school football is in action. We also have college football and the NFL back too. So this means that our nights and weekends are getting even busier.
Soon Dialing All Ten Numbers Will Be A Thing in Texas Panhandle and Beyond
Way before my time phone numbers were pretty simple. From what I have read they were only five digits. When I was growing up. You know, back in my day, we only had seven digits. Well we had the area code too but that was only needed if you were calling out of the area.
Another Food Truck Soon to Get a Sit Down Restaurant in Amarillo
I love seeing businesses in Amarillo succeeding. I mean as food trucks became a thing in Amarillo they have been really awesome. More options for us to get our favorite foods is great.
The Future of Jason Collier as he Was Recently Sentenced
This has been the story that keeps on giving. Jason Collier. Yes, you are welcome, we are bringing him back up. Why? Is he dating someone new? Did he wind up on another dating app?
New App For WT Students and Faculty is Much Needed Safety Measure
Sometimes walking from your car to your home can cause you some anxiety. Add in it being a little later at night than you are comfortable with and it makes it worse. There is now an app for West Texas A&M students and faculty that can make this a lot less stressful.
Another New Scam Hitting the Amarillo Area
We can never be too safe. We have to be a society that pretty much questions everything. I hate that we can't be trusting and that we can't just know that any email, phone call, text or letter can't be legitimate.