I am originally from Hartford, Kentucky. I spent a lot of my early years tagging along with my Dad to various sporting events, so needless to say, I love sports! I My favorite sports are basketball, baseball, football, and tennis. My favorite team bar none is the St. Louis Cardinals. I love TV way too much! A partial list of my favorite shows would include The Walking Dead, Stranger Things, Orange is the New Black, American Horror Story, Downton Abbey, Scandal, Mystery Science Theater 3000, House of Cards, Face Off, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, you get the idea. My music taste is varied, I like k.d. lang, Lady GaGa, Reba, Dolly, Loretta, Old Crow Medicine Show, Ryan Adams, Alabama Shakes, John Prine, Madonna, Radiohead, and lots more. My hobbies include reading, writing, blogging and spending time with my niece Zoey. I started my broadcasting career in 1998 at Western Kentucky University and I have been involved in radio ever since.
Kentucky Tax Refunds Going Out Sooner Than Expected
We all think of April 15th as tax day, but February 15th is just as important. Tax refunds at both the federal and state levels start being processed. Kentucky folks won't have to wait as long to start receiving their refunds.
Kentucky and Louisville Could Possibly Meet Up In Sweet 16 Early Bracket Reveals
Believe it or not, the NCAA has released an early bracket of this year's Men's Basketball Tournament. Why? I think it's to help folks like me when filling out brackets and it gives the public a look at the "teams to watch" a month from now.
New Convention Center and Sportscenter GM Chosen
The City of Owensboro and Spectra by Comcast Spectacor have named 20-year industry veteran Blake Henry as General Manger of both the Owensboro Convention Center and the Owensboro Sportscenter.
The Former Evansville IceMen Are Now the Jacksonville IceMen
In case you were wondering, or not, what happened to the IceMen, they have been located, rather relocated. The ECHL made the announcement on Twitter.
My First Quick Care Experience
Let me begin this post by saying I do NOT have the flu, strep, or any of the other ailments that are in peak season right now and closing schools across the Tri-State. No, it was something much more simple which I will not disclose at this time. I, however, had never been to a quick care, walk-in cl…
‘Wayne’s World’ 25th Anniversary Screening Wednesday Night at Malco 16 [VIDEO]
I love to quote movies, especially comedies, and by far one of my go-to movies to quote is almost always Wayne's World. Yes, it grew from a 'SNL' sketch, but the movie would go on to gross nearly $200 million. The movie that had everybody buying Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" is turning 25 th…
Ohio County Schools Closing Remainder of the Week Due to “Excessive Illness”
Another school system in the Tri-State is closing due to illness. Ohio County Schools will be closed Wednesday through Friday.
Owensboro Student At Gatton Academy Candidate for Presidential Scholar
Four Gatton Academy students in Bowling Green have learned they are candidates for the 2017 Presidential Scholars. One of the candidates is Patricia "Tricia" Thompson from Owensboro.
Guy Uses Old See n’ Say Toy To Help with an Important Decision [VIDEO]
Who else had the Mattel See 'n Say growing up? I loved mine! The "Farmer Says" toy is still going strong and one gentleman from Georgia is using it in a whole new way as a means of making a very important decision. This is pure genius.
Public Invited to Try Scuba Diving at the Kentucky Sportsman Show
Have you ever wanted to try scuba diving? The weather is a little too cold for it right now, but never fear, the Go Dive Now Pool will be at the Kentucky Sportsman Show this weekend at the Owensboro Convention Center for the public to try scuba diving for FREE!
What Song Wakes You Up in the Morning? [VIDEO]
This is fun. I read an article recently about what song gets you going and gets you out of bed in the morning. Now granted, these writers' music preferences are a little bizzaro, but you get the idea.
Area Animal Shelters Identified as Best by University of Kentucky
Students at the University of Kentucky traveled across the state to research the conditions of hundreds of shelters to do a comprehensive study that hasn't been done in 20 years. Two area shelters received recognition as some of the best in the state.