I'm the organizer of this website, I graduated with a degree in Journalism in 2015. I've worked in the music industry since 2012. I've written for major and minor publications, newspapers, and blogs. Let's just say I enjoy writing. I keep all the DJs in line making sure they look their best while you surf the web. I'm a hippie at heart. You can catch me around the station and sometimes in their videos!
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Billboard on I-40 tells Liberals To Leave Texas
A billboard east of Vega, TX on I-40 is gaining attention online for its brash wording.
Fill Your Cavities with Abbeville Dentistry
Your smile is one of the more important features to living a happy life.
Amarillo Business Man Responds to Controversial Viral Flag Video
Jack took to Facebook live to show that the pole is broken and to stop spreading the rumor.
In 17 Years We Raised One Million Dollars for Panhandle Kids
Amarillo, It's time to #MiracleUp! Please become a donor today!
Counterfeit Makeup Tested and Contained Bacteria and Feces
Los Angeles police department seized over $700,000 worth of counterfeit make up from the L.A. downtown fashion district last Thursday.
4 Unsolved Crimes from Amarillo Crimestoppers
Amarillo Crimestoppers is a non-profit organization working to catch those who slip through the cracks. Here are some of the crimes that are still left unsolved.
The $1 ‘Dollarita’ is Back in Amarillo For The Month of April
Thanks to Applebee's we are able to have a delicious Margarita for just $1.
Meaty or Crispy The 1st Texas Panhandle Baconfest Has Arrived
Join Townsquare Media for a Bacon extravaganza in Amarillo, Texas: BaconFest!
Here’s How You Can Help: Firefighters Are in Need of Supply Donations
It's been a long weekend for those out battling the blaze and the wind. Which means supplies are going to need to be replenished.