I grew up in the Texas Panhandle. It’s home! I love the people and I absolutely love this community. Amarillo has a big heart! I started my radio career in 1995 when I walked into the Broadcasting Department of WTAMU. In 2001, I joined Mix 94.1 crew on Middays. In my free time, I spend time with the love of my life, hanging out on the patio and listening to music, and laughing. I love spending time with my son going to museums and talking about history, learning about Legos and of course everything having to do with Star Wars. He's also a music lover and he loves all the genres, from Classical to Current hits. When I have extra time, I love reading a good book, however I need some great book suggestions so send them my way. I will admit though, my Netflix addiction does take away from my reading, and it has a habit of completely stealing my Sundays. Thank you so much for spending a part of your day with me!
You Can Help the Amarillo Homeless By Eating Beans and Cornbread
The Interfaith Campaign for the Homeless is an organization that helps over 17 different agencies in Amarillo who work with the homeless. The annual Beans and Cornbread Luncheon is their biggest fundraiser and it is happening on Monday, October 29th.
Programs That Help Decrease Pet Shelter Population In Amarillo
Amarillo has a huge pet population and because of that our shelters at times are busting at the seams with animals. Animals that have been abandoned, surrendered or animals that have just gotten lost. We as citizens have to do better and be more responsible with our animals.
Amarillo Get Ready for Ski Season At This Huge Sale
Ski season is a huge deal for people in Amarillo. People from Amarillo travel to New Mexico and Colorado for the best skiing, snowboarding and winter fun. However, winter sports are not, let's say, very affordable and that's why you want to take advantage of this giant sale going on at o…
Voting Going on Now
Early voting begins today in Potter and Randall County and lasts through Friday, November 2nd.
Become Yellow City Certified and Learn All About Amarillo
Do you know a lot about Amarillo? Do you become a tour guide when your friends and family come into town? What if you could become certified on our great city, plus learn more about Amarillo than you already know? Here's your chance to become Yellow City Certified.
Amarillo Car Wash is Haunted
We have heard of many places in Amarillo being haunted. Old hospitals, old houses, old schools, but now, we have a new haunted place in town, a car wash.
Ross Under I-40 Will Be Closed this Week and Other Closures
If you travel under I-40 and Ross be prepared to find an alternate route this week. Let's face it if you travel I-40, try not too this week or you'll be stuck in traffic fora very long time. Plus all the fun happening on Bell.
Amarillo Pet Owner Claims Dog Mistakenly Euthanized by AAM&W
The controversy with the Amarillo Animal Management and Welfare continues. A woman by the name of Miranda took to Facebook recently to tell her story about how her pet dog Gordy was mistakenly euthanized by the Amarillo Animal Management and Welfare.
Amarillo Eateries Take the Cooking Stress Out of Thanksgiving
Let's face it the holidays are just around the corner and the stress of planning is starting to rear it's little head. Why stress over holiday meals when you can let someone take over and cook it for you. Here are some great places in Amarillo that can cook up your Thanksgiving meal and…
It’s Illegal in Amarillo to Leave Your Car Running Unattended
Let's face it, it's cold, and we have started our cold weather season early. With it being cold, that means people will be starting their cars to let them warm up. However, it is strongly encouraged not to do that, because, it's just an invitation to have your car stolen.
Here’s the Perfect Gift for that Whataburger Fan in Your Life
If you live in Texas then you know Whataburger is life. If you leave Texas you crave Whataburger when you want a great burger. Whataburger has life long fans.
Barfield Building, Downtown Amarillo Eye Sore Getting a Face Lift
A once magnificent building in Downtown Amarillo has sat empty and dilapidated for decades. Promises of a remodel, and big dreams surrounded the building for many years but never came to fruition. Now, the Barfield Building is getting a major facelift.