"Life begins in Texas and everything before ... don't count." Being a loyal Texan, although not a native-born Texan, that's one of my favorite quotes and it pretty well describes me. Wichita Falls has been my home since the summer of '81 and I wouldn't have it any other way. When I'm not at the Radio Station you may spot me out on a bicycle, pickin' and grinnin' at a downtown art gallery or just hanging out at the coffee shop enjoying some pleasant conversation. I love living in Wichita Falls, playing your favorite music on the Radio, writing and voicing commercials, and of course, taking pictures with my trusty Nikon. By the way, if you see someone jumping for joy at the vintage LP he just discovered in one of the local resale shops, that’s probably me.
Bowie Knife Now The Official State Knife of Texas
There's one thing no self-respecting Texan would be caught without. A decent knife (or two).
OREO Cookies, Crop Circles, and Aliens In Kansas
UFOs and extra-terrestrial life seem to be hot topics lately. Now OREO cookies is getting in on the act.
High School Valedictorian Uses Speech To Protest TX Abortion Laws
Last weekend Lake Highlands High School valedictorian, Paxton Smith, ditched her pre-approved presentation to share her thoughts on the new abortion bill in Texas.
Wichita County Mounted Patrol Rodeo Is This Weekend
It's rodeo time in Texoma!
NASCAR Coca-Cola 600 Flyover Was From Sheppard Air Force Base
If you thought the T-38s doing the flyover at the Coca-Cola 600 in Charlotte, North Carolina, looked familiar, you were right.
Major Theater Chains Dropping Mask Requirements
Cinemark's website states that in accordance with current CDC guidelines, masks are optional for fully vaccinated guests and strongly recommended for all other guests.
Wichita Falls Warriors Take Playoffs To Home Ice This Saturday
The Wichita Falls Warriors are up 2 games to none against the Lone Star Brahmas and the third game in the series is this Saturday afternoon at Kay Yeager Coliseum.
Wichita Falls High School Changes Graduation Ceremony Location
This evening's graduation ceremony for Wichita Falls High School has been moved from Memorial Stadium to Kay Yeager Coliseum.
WF Man Goes To Hospital After Eating Meth He Found On The Street
It could happen to anyone, right? You're walking down the street at night, you see a baggie of something that looks like meth, so you decided to eat a little bit of it.
Old Pumpjack Diner Building Finds New Role
Sadly, you can't order a cup of coffee and a slice of pie inside, but the owner did volunteer the possibility of food trucks in the parking lot on the weekend.
Austin Museum Rocks With World’s Largest Playable Guitar
If you can't make the road trip to check out the exhibit, there's an online presentation Tuesday evening, May 26th, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. and it's free.
Why You Should Never Take The Coins You Find On Headstones
These coins carry great significance to those who placed them there and the families of the one who passed away.