I like putting a smile on my listeners’ faces as they drive home, so I keep things upbeat, funny and informative, whether I’m telling you about different events in our community, introducing a great concert, or hosting a charity fundraiser. It’s gratifying being able to touch people with something I say on air or do at an event. In my spare time I enjoy the outdoors, traveling, movies, football and grilling out. Radio has changed a lot since I began working weekends on KOSY 790 AM when I was 16 years old, but it has been very good to me and it is something I’ve wanted to do since I was a little boy. I’m just blessed I’ve been able to do it all these years.
Have You Seen These Arkansas Customized License Plates?
You've seen them when driving down the highway personalized license plates are all the rage these days. It's a way for people to share a little humor and show off their personality as opposed to the same old boring license plates.
Free Iced Tea? Get it Today in Texarkana
What could be better than some cold iced sweet tea during the long hot summer? How about FREE sweet tea from McAlister's Deli 11th Annual Free Tea Day Today, July 22.
Two Popular Quirky Roadside Attractions in Arkansas and Texas
Have you ever been traveling down the highway on a road trip and see something out of the normal that sparks your curiosity? Roadways all across America are famous for oddities or things that make people travel for miles just to see or get a photo op.
I-30 Highway Project Closes a Section of North Park Road
The Texas Department of Transportation will temporarily close a section of North Park Road under the highway bridge as part of their IH-30 construction project beginning today, Wednesday, July 21.
Vaccinations Imperative with Rising COVID Cases in Texarkana
COVID cases are back on the rise in Bowie County and the Texarkana region. Hospitalizations due to COVID are also increasing, and available resources to care for COVID patients are critically low.
Texas Man Gets a Vaccine Shot in Arkansas Wins $1Million Dollars
Arkansas has a new millionaire! Gary Smith of Arlington, Texas was visiting family in Arkansas last Friday when he decided to get a second COVID-19 shot and take advantage of the lottery ticket giveaway incentive program that Governor Asa Hutchinson implemented in the state in May.
Chick-fil-A on Jefferson Avenue?
So, I was driving down Jefferson Avenue headed to lunch on Thursday last week when something caught my attention. Chick-fil-A?
Stay in an Elegant Caboose in the Mountains of Arkansas
Last week I told you about the world's largest steam locomotive 'Big Boy' coming back to Texarkana, this week I want to tell you about a getaway stay at the Livingston Junction Cabooses in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
Job Opportunities for Military Vehicles in Texarkana
The Texarkana area got some welcome news, a defense contractor that remanufactures domestic and import diesel engines for military vehicles and commercial applications with a long history of supporting the U.S. Department of Defense and our nation’s allies has signed a new lease agre…
Changes to Disinfecting Texarkana Water Starts July 19
Texarkana Water Utilities will begin a temporary change to the method of disinfecting our drinking water beginning July 19, and lasting about eight weeks. The water will remain safe to drink throughout the process.
Local Woman Now in Custody for 1st Degree Murder Charges
Texarkana Arkansas Police Department reported today (7-16) that 28-year-old Tandraniqua S. Burris allegedly wanted for murder charges turned herself in at approximately 10 AM this morning.
Texarkana Loves Ice Cream – National Ice Cream Day
This Sunday, July 18, is National Ice Cream Day, and what better way to cool off on a hot summer day than with a scoop of delicious refreshing ice cream.