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.
The Impact In Amarillo Of The Dog War Against Mail Delivery
There’s two kinds of dog. One hates the mail. The other is not the subject of this story.
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.
Thursday Night Amarillo ISD Board Meeting
The Amarillo ISD Board is holding a special meeting tonight with only two items on the agenda.
Amarillo Getting New Red Light Cameras
Amarillo’s family of red light cameras will soon be growing.
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.
Wildfire Evacuation Preparedness A Necessity On The High Plains
It’s time to prepare to evacuate.
Canyon Residents Warned Of The Canyon Bat Challenge, Latest Internet Craze
Officials are trying to stop the Canyon Bat Challenge before it gets out of hand.
Amarillo Fire Department Begins Annual Fire Hydrant Maintenance
Dogs around the city will soon be busy remarking territory.
Amarillo’s Tragic And Scandal Ridden Time Change History
It’s time change weekend and there are several rites of its passage you should be observing. Especially if you live in Amarillo, where so much has happened historically around the switch.
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.
Amarillo Is Getting A New Lift Station! What’s A Lift Station?
The City of Amarillo will be the proud recipient of a $12.5 million grant from the Texas Water Development Board.