I’ve been working in radio for more than 15 years. My career began as a part-time on-air personality and board operator for a station in Longview, Texas in 2001. I continued to work part-time while studying journalism and photography at Kilgore College. Upon graduation, I got my first full-time gig at a classic country station in Tyler where I worked mid-days. Since then I’ve worked for a number of stations in Texas. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with friends, family and my two cats, Georgie and Tammy. I also love art and photography, enjoy listening to audiobooks, watching movies and volunteering in my community. Go ahead and like me on Facebook or follow me on Twitter, I’m always updating my status!
Dez Bryant Gave Record Setting Game Ball to East Texas Child Battling Cancer
After a record breaking game, why was Dez Bryant sulking in the Cowboys locker room? He was concerned about Brock Gumm, a nine year-old boy from Union Grove fighting for his life.
Just Call Me the Grinch
If I don't have my Christmas decorations up yet, does that make me a 'grinch?'
Jingle While you Jog in Longview
Who doesn't love a theme run? Saturday, Dec. 9, you're invited to jingle while you jog in support of Artsview Children's Theater in Longview.
Meet Slim — Pet of the Week
This is Slim – a one year-old guy that looks like a Chihuahua with long legs. Slim is available for adoption at the Humane Society’s Pets Fur People in Tyler.
Marvin United Methodist Church Sponsors Beauty and the Box
The newest sponsor, Marvin United Methodist Church, adds number 17 to the collection at the corner of Erwin Street and Bois D’Arc Street.
Liberty Hall Showing Holiday Classics this Winter
Downtown Tyler's Liberty Hall wants to make your holiday season merry and bright with holiday films this year!
Rock n’ Roll History Comes to Life at Liberty Hall this Dec. 9
'The Johnny Rogers Show' will pay tribute to such artists as Buddy Holly, Elvis, and more in a special Holiday performance at 7 pm on Saturday, Dec. 9, at Liberty Hall.
What Did I Think of Texas de Brazil? I’m Very, Very Full
So you’re thinking of going to Texas de Brazil. It’s open now in Tyler, and you’ve just got to go try the latest restaurant. Here’s what you need to know.
City of Tyler Will Celebrate Rosa Parks Day
Friday, Dec. 1, marks the anniversary of the day Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat of the bus for a white passenger in 1955.
Meet Gaia — Pet of the Week
Meet Gaia, a two year-old terrier mix. She is available for adoption at the Humane Society’s Pets Fur People in Tyler.
The Goodman Museum in Tyler Builds Trail of Gratitude
From now until Dec. 1, the Goodman invites you to share your thanksgivings. They will supply colorful paper and writing utensils for visitors to express their gratitude.
Downtown Tyler Supports Small Business Saturday
Small Business Saturday and everything artist- and maker-made is coming to Downtown Tyler!