I love people and I love what I do. Whether I am at a concert, a local fundraiser or a 'live on location' broadcast I get to meet listeners. I am also a huge music fan and I am crazy about the new music as well as the old classics. One of the blessings of the morning show is talking to you and learning the needs of our community. When I'm not at the radio station, I enjoy spending my free time with my beautiful wife, my five wonderful daughters and three awesome sons. I've been a Boy Scout all my life, therefore I believe we all need to spend more time in the great outdoors camping and enjoying quality time together. Mostly though, I am the happiest when I'm on the radio.
Journey into the Past with These 10 Old Abilene Area Commercials
Get ready to relive your youth. These old Abilene and Big Country television commercials Are guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Enjoy.
The Top 5 Scams to Hit the Big Country According to the BBB in 2021
The Abilene Better Business Bureau has just released the "Top Scams to Hit Texas in 2022." These are just the top 5 of over 300 scams tried on Texans.
Rattlesnake Safety Tips and What to Look Out For in West Texas
The warmer weather we're experiencing in West Texas has seen more activity from rattlesnakes. Here are a few tips on what to look out for.
Abilene Idol Audition Is Back For 2022 With A New Duet Category
It's audition time for Abilene Idol benefitting Chorus Abilene. Preregister here to guarantee an audition time. Abilene Idol auditions are Saturday, Jan. 22nd.
10 Simple Fire Starters to Prepare for Texas Winters
Do you struggle to start your wood-burning fireplace? Here are some cheap and easy firestarters you can make yourself. Just remember to be safe at all times.
How to Tell if You Have Texas Cedar Fever, the Flu, or COVID
Want to know if your symptoms align with cedar fever allergies, coronavirus, or the flu? Here are some tips to help you tell the difference.
Abilene ISD is Forced to Shut Down Due to Covid-19 & Staff Shortages
Abilene ISD announced that they're closing. The shutdown is from Friday, Jan. 14th through Tuesday, Jan. 18th, back in class on Wednesday, Jan 19th.
Texas Governor Receives The Blue Shield Award From State Troopers
Texas Governor Greg Abbott was truly surprised when he received the Texas Department Of Public Safety Association's Blue Shield Award.
National Blood Crisis Hits the Abilene Area – Please Donate Today
The American Red Cross says there's a National Emergency for blood donations and it's now hit Abilene and the Big Country. Here's how and where to donate.
Abilene’s Iconic Burro Alley Shopping Center Is For Sale
Abilene's Iconic Burro Alley shopping center is for sale. If you've got $1.6 million dollars laying around this historic plaza can be yours.
Texas Veterans and Abilene Grunts Will Meet to Honor All Veterans
Abilene's TET Reunion is a celebration of all branches of the American Military and ALL conflicts. Veterans and their families are invited to attend on January, 29th.
Where to Get the Best Chili In Abilene + 10 Places To Find It
When cold weather finally gets into West Texas it's like everyone is craving some good old-fashioned Texas red chili. Here are some good places to find it?