I’m a transplant to the Texas Panhandle but I lived here longer than I did in Tornillo, Texas. I moved here to attend college and fell in love with Amarillo, and it’s four separate seasons. I began my broadcasting career in El Paso, at age 14, so I was a grizzled veteran when I got to the panhandle. If you can name an Amarillo station, I’ve probably worked there. I graduated from WT, and married a girl I met in McCaslin Hall. Our two boys were born and went to school here. One works in Austin television and the other is a Marine. We have two dogs, and a cat to keep us company. I’ve been inducted into the Texas Panhandle Broadcasters Hall Of Fame, something I’ve very proud of. My music taste extends from The Beatles to Katy Perry and everything in between. I am a devoted Dallas Cowboys fan and one of my dogs is named “Romo.” We watch a lot of old movies, binge on Netflix, and travel when we can. I love the arts, the gorgeous sunrises and sunsets, the canyon, and our enormous selections of restaurants. I read…a lot, with Stephen King and Erik Larson, being my favorites. I love living here and the panhandle in my forever home. I consider myself very lucky to have been adopted by the wonderful people who live here. My days are filled with handshakes, hugs, and nice notes on social media. Thank you for spending your morning with me.
Texas Might Decriminalize Small Amounts Of Marijuana
In the days of Texas lawmakers arguing over who gets to use what bathroom, there has been a bill introduced int the Texas House that would decriminalize small amounts of marijuana.
Amarillo Gets Yet Another New Chicken Joint
At this point, the State bird should be a chicken. Why do we need another chicken joint? Because we didn't have this one, and Lubbock did. To add to the experience, we waited until 12 noon Saturday to go and I was not disappointed. It was slammed...
Selena and The Tragic Texas Musician Tradition
It's hard to believe, but 24 years have passed, since Corpus Christi's most famous resident, Selena Quintanilla, was murdered by the head of her fan club.
Amarillo Physician Files Complaint Against AISD School Board
Whatever the result of the complaint, "Player-Gate" is not over.
Amarillo is on TV Yet Again; Man is Arrested in Murder Cold Case
It may have taken some help from the Oxygen Channel, but a former Potter County man was arrested in Colorado and charged with the 1994 murder of an Amarillo woman.
Do You Throw Cheese At Babies?
As fads go, I'm usually in. Bell-bottoms, Pet Rocks, and dabbing. I may have even planked, but I draw the line at throwing food, Especially at babies. Yes, meet the latest fad of the decade...throwing cheese slices at babies.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers Fugitive Of The Week
Meet Ryan Jermell Dockins, He's 22 years old, and is wanted out of Carson County for Probation Violation.
Amarillo, Texas Sailor Aboard Submarine in Japan
t's always great to hear from our panhandle men and women serving in the armed forces. Our thanks to the Navy for updating us on Lieutenant Craig Noltensmeyer,from Amarillo!
Amarillo Gas Prices are Beginning to Creep Up Again
Amarillo's gas prices are starting to creep up as spring and summer are getting close. Drivers will notice rise of nearly 4 cents a gallon. GasBuddy's daily reports Amarillo's gas has jumped up 27 cents a gallon, since last month.
Cinergy in Amarillo Gets a Horse and Gives it a Name
A surefire way for a new business to claim their stake in Amarillo, is to put one of Center City's horses in front of their business. Amarillo's Cinergy did just that Saturday afternoon.
City Bikes and Scooters Are Great, But What About The Bike Lanes?
There are several Texas cities where bicycles and small scooters, have become all the rage for getting around. Amarillo's City Council is looking at bringing bike and scooter sharing services to town.
Meet Amarillo Sod Poodles New Mascot! It’s Ruckus
The Amarillo Sod Poodles have named their mascot, Meet Ruckus!