In 1986 I began working in radio and my travels have taken me from Dallas, TX to Sacramento, CA to Boise, ID and now to Wyoming. Most radio people strive to work in the “Big” markets, but that wasn't the life for me. I enjoy small towns with great atmospheres and friendly hospitable folks. Growing up in Austin, TX, I played sports, went hunting and fishing and enjoyed listening to and watching the legends of country music perform. My love for radio and announcing came early in my teenage years, as I bumbled my way through the daily morning announcements at Sidney Lanier High School and after I graduated, I got my first radio job my freshman year of college at Texas A&M in Commerce, TX. Since, I’ve earned college degrees from two different universities – Texas A&M University in Commerce and Boise State University in Boise, Idaho. After moving to Wyoming, I created an event for charities called "Thankful Thursday" and began working with the hundreds of charities in our area. My interests include a love for college football, and I really enjoy watching games at War Memorial Stadium! Go Pokes (and yes, I root for Boise State & Texas A&M too)!! Having only been in Wyoming for only a little over six years, I’m still exploring and trying to discover all the wonders Wyoming has to offer. If you have any suggestions of places for me to try exploring, camping, fishing or hunting, simply shoot me an email or message me on Facebook or Twitter.
Watch Wyoming Wild Horses Being Rounded Up [VIDEO]
167 wild horses were rounded up in the Salt Wells Creek Herd Management Area (HMA) last weekend.
HuffPost Brings ‘Listen to America’ Tour to Casper this Friday
The HuffPost is looking for people to share their stories of Hope and Inspiration at their tour stop this Friday in Casper.
Buy Your Pumpkin and Help Feed Casper’s Elderly
Meals on Wheels will be hosting their annual Pumpkin Patch for a Purpose beginning on Monday, October 9th and proceeds will help feed Casper's elderly and homebound residents.
Should Adults in Wyoming Dress Up for Halloween? [POLL]
We're curious about your plans for this Halloween? Will you be dressing in costume or not?
Fall is the Time to Catch Big Fish in Wyoming – Report September 29th, 2017
With the cooler temperatures becoming the norm, fall is officially here and now is the time to head out to your favorite fishing hole and with a little luck you just might hook in to a monster.
Casper’s Oktoberfest to Help Grant Wishes to Wyoming Kids
The First Annual Oktoberfest will be held in Casper on Saturday, October 21st from 1-4 PM. The party will feature an afternoon of music, brats, dancing and lots of beer.
Christmas Arrives in Wyoming Even Earlier this Year [POLL]
We want to know - Does seeing Christmas items arrive on store shelves so early in the year, bother you or not?
Come Celebrate ‘National Coffee with a Cop Day’ in Casper
The Casper Police Department are inviting the community to drop in for a Cup of Joe and a conversation with local officers on NATIONAL COFFEE WITH A COP DAY: October 4th, 2017.
Casper Coyotes Kick Off the 2017-18 Season Friday Night at the Ice Arena
The Casper Coyotes will open the season this Friday night against the Superior Rough Riders.
Support Safe Kids of Central Wyoming at Thankful Thursday this Week
Come join your friends at the Beacon Club this week and help support Safe Kids of Central Wyoming and you might just win $500!!!
Don’t Fall For The Latest Facebook Lie – NFL RULE BOOK Hoax [VIDEO]
There is NO mention of the National Anthem in the NFL's Rule Book nor are there pages or addendums numbered A-62 or A-63.
Century Old Valentine Found in Historic Casper Home [PHOTOS]
A restoration project at Casper's Historic Bishop Home has led to the discovery of a couple of century old items that were found tucked into the home's framework.