Born the oldest of two sons to a Texas roughneck and a Georgia peach, I've been on a mic for as long as I can remember. I've been to all but four of the 50 states and have lived just outside of our nation's capital. I graduated from seminary with honors before returning to the radio life. Toured the country playing guitar. In the words of Johnny Cash, "I been everywhere, man." I have a beautiful daughter that is the light of my life. It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia is the greatest TV show ever made.
What Is It About Amarillo That Attracts UFOs?
Amarillo has its fair share of sightings. They go back as far as the 1950's and 60's to as recent as last month.
Amarillo Landmark Seeking Help From GoFundMe To Keep Doors Open
Many in the area, and many from outside of our area, comment on how much their families' love this Amarillo staple.
Winds Bring More Bad Luck For This Amarillo Pak A Sak Location
Today, with the extreme winds, that construction has suffered a setback. As one person said online, "It's just not meant to be."
Group Seeks To Change “Outdated” Texas Law Regarding Breweries
I now understand why the debate regarding cannabis in Texas seems so ridiculous. We can’t even purchase beer "to-go" from a brewery.
Here Is What You Can Expect From The Bomb Cyclone In Bomb City
A weather phenomenon known as a 'Bomb Cylcone' is making its way across the plains over the next couple of days.
Coffee Memorial Says That Blood Is Desperately Needed In Our Area
According to a press release, Coffee Memorial usually has a three-to-five-day supply on hand for local hospitals. Levels have dwindled to less than one day.
Best Places For St. Patrick’s Day List Forgets Shamrock
If you're going to make a best of list for places to spend St. Patrick's Day, you have to include Shamrock, Texas.
Daylight Saving Is Still A Thing, And It’s Coming Up This Sunday
Despite the push for change, you will still need to set your clocks this weekend. Hopefully this will be the last time.
Amarillo 101: Guide To Fitting In While Living In Yellow City
Food, Jesus, Construction, Parking Meters, Cows, and 72 oz. steaks. Welcome to Amarillo.
Live Music Begins Invading Amarillo This Weekend At SXSJ
Beginning this weekend on March 8, and going through the rest of the month, musicians from all over will be invading 6th street for SXSJ.
We Have An Update On The Pray For Me Van. It’s Not Good.
I know Jeremy said not to pray for him, but for his family. I think in this instance, if you do converse with the Almighty, Jeremy would appreciate a word on his behalf.
Here Is The Story Behind Amarillo’s Pray For Me Van
Once again, Amarillo, you have surprised me with your incredible cast of characters that continue to make this a unique place to be.