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 when I walked into the Broadcasting Department of WTAMU. I have worked in Amarillo radio for (insert garbled language here). I love spending time with my son going to museums and talking about history, and dealing with all his teenage quirks. He's also a music lover and he loves to tell me how bad my taste in music is half the time. 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, Hulu, Disney+ binging addiction does take away from my reading, and it has a habit of completely stealing my Sundays. Thanks for spending your time with me, I look forward to getting to know you more.
Popular Mexican Restaurant Returning to Amarillo on Wheels
Do you find yourself in mourning when one of your favorite restaurants closes its doors?
Neighbors Startled After Garage Explodes in Amarillo’s Southlawn
Last night residents in the South Lawn area had their world rocked for a minute after an explosion occurred.
When It’s Cheaper to Eat at the Fancy Restaurant Than the Fast Food
Prices are going up everywhere. Everything is expensive. It's not just one thing, it's everything.
The Slow Death of Black Friday is Happening Now
Black Friday, is the chaotic exciting shopping trip, people love to take to save a ton of money. However, is Black Friday slowly coming to an end?
Get Ready Amarillo a New Chick is Moving into Our City
As Amarillo continues to grow new businesses will open up and give us a chance to try something new. One of those new businesses just happens to be a new restaurant. This is a type of restaurant we really haven't had before in the city.
Abandoned Airfields in the Texas Panhandle Hold Stories of Days Past
The Texas Panhandle holds so much history in the top 28 counties of Texas. It's amazing what these Texas plains have seen. Things that once were an important piece of our towns no longer exist except in fading memories and pictures.
Firefighters Quickly Extinguish Two Different Fires Blazing In Amarillo
The Amarillo Fire Department was busy on Wednesday, November 9th, and early Thursday, November 10th.
See the New Sad Monkey Mercantile Near Palo Duro Canyon
If it's been a while since you've been down around Palo Duro Canyon, the landscape is changing.
Mysterious Pile of Beams Means a New Business Coming to Amarillo
A question can lead to so many things, and it's amazing what answers you can find when you do a little research.
Watch Out For The Elves! Christmas to Explode Over Dumas
This is one thing we cannot stop from coming. Yes, we do have to celebrate Thanksgiving, but unfortunately, Thanksgiving cannot stop Christmas.