First off, I'm a man of faith in God, 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 new music as well as the old classics. One of the blessings of being on the radio is spending time with you and learning about 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. As I have always said, "I love to live in Abilene and I live to love Abilene."
3 Texas Cities Are in the Top 20 Best Cities for Thanksgiving
Here are some of the best places to spend Thanksgiving. Texas has three cities that made the Top 20 list across America. It's all about affordability, accessibility, transportation, and safety.
Help to Better Protect Your Home and Property From the West Texas Wildfires
It's fall tree planting season in Texas and time to think about better protecting your home and property from wildfires. The best way is to know what to plant and where.
Two Texas Cities Are in the Top 5 of Best Cities for Our Veterans
Texas has two of the top five best cities for veterans in America. The best cities have veterans' income growth, are retiree-friendly, and have affordable housing.
The Fire and Ice Feast Fundraiser Helps The Volunteer Fire Departments
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Being that November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month and National Family Caregivers Month. The Alzheimer’s Association recognizes those caring for our loved ones.
These Two Winter Weather Predictions for Texas Are Complete Opposites
The Old Farmer's Almanac and the National Weather Service are both forecasting winter weather predictions that are complete opposites. Here's what they're saying.
This Years Hot Dry Weather Has Affected the Deer Hunting in Texas
This year's unusually hot and dry weather has had a negative effect on deer hunting, the deer population, and the quality of the deer. However the season appears to be improving fast.
Texas Really is Leading the Country For the Most Jobs Added
Looking for work? The Texas numbers are a little confusing however, there are plenty of Jobs available in Texas, specifically for the younger generations because Baby boomers are being discriminated against.
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Texas Red Dirt is Both Good and Bad and Can Grow Almost Anything
This past summer has been very hot and dry and I noticed how it affected my yard and killed off my grass. However, I have noticed an overabundance of weeds growing, What is Texas Red Dirt made of?