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! My favorite sports are basketball, baseball, football, and tennis. I love to play tennis whenever the weather permits. 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, Bob's Burgers, American Horror Story, RuPaul's Drag Race, Mystery Science Theater 3000, The Real Housewives of: New York City, Atlanta, Beverly Hills, Orange County, Salt Lake City, Only Murders in the Building, 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, John Prine, Madonna, Kate Bush, Radiohead, and lots more. My hobbies include reading, writing, spending time with my family and friends, and snapping Snapchat selfies with my niece Zoey. I started my broadcasting career in 1998 at Western Kentucky University and I have been involved in radio ever since.
“Nature Boy” Ric Flair Wrestling One Last Time in Nashville July 31st
Flair was-is one of the best at committing his character and to his gimmick. Although, if you do some research, the "Nature Boy" had a reputation just as storied as his character.
Facebook Protect is Real But Do You Need It?
How do you use Facebook? Wait, they are actually called Meta now but you can still log in to Facebook on your computer or use the FB app on your phone. I usually check it on my phone, but when I need to write something, at this moment, I log in on my laptop. I would say for about a month now when I go to log in online, I'm asked to take an additional step to verify my account. There are a couple of options to verify, I usually choose to enter a code that's sent to my email.
Kentucky Governor Declares State of Emergency Ahead of Ice Storm Warning
In anticipation of a major winter storm heading for Kentucky, including an ice storm warning for the Tri-State, Governor Andy Beshear has declared a state of emergency.
Remembering the 2004 Pre-Christmas Snowstorm in Western Kentucky
I know what you're thinking, "will we see a white Christmas this year?" Short answer, definitely not as the forecast calls for partly sunny skies and highs in the low 70's on Saturday.
A Black Friday Story Complete with Food Choppers
A year after a much more settled-down version of Black Friday, shoppers were ready to rise and shine to go get the best deals of the year. Times have changed for Black Friday; the specials are popping up online well before the big day, other days such as “Small Business Saturday” and “Cyber Monday” have come along to keep the spirit going. I’ve only gone Black Friday once and it was one for the books.
Elizabethtown Becomes First Kentucky City to Ban Dog, Cat Sales
This is fantastic news for residents in Elizabethtown. In an effort to encourage pet adoption, the city has passed a new ordinance that will hopefully cut down on backyard breeders and kitten and puppy mills.
I’ll Accept Ketchup as Fake Blood But Not Anywhere Else
This featured photo I found is strange. I will come clean, except for occasionally on a burger, I'm not a fan of ketchup. Do I have a past where I did dip my fries in ketchup? Of course, I do, but now I'm just a little creeped out by one of the world's most popular condiments.
Owensboro’s Jon Brennan Heading Back to ‘The Real World’
Let me begin by saying, this is one post I was born to write, not kidding. In all the years I've worked here at WBKR/WOMI, I've only met Jon Brennan once and it was in passing. I didn't have the chance to grill him on his time in Los Angeles on MTV's The Real World all the way back in 1993.
Real ID Pop Up Booth at Kentucky State Fair
The Real ID licensing in Kentucky has hit some delays, but now, you can get one of the newly created Driver's Licensing Regional Offices throughout the state. And if you happen to be heading to Louisville for the state fair, which begins Thursday by the way, you will have a chance to upgrade to a Real ID on site.
Five WKU Hilltoppers Will Compete in Tokyo Olympics
For the first time in the school's history, five former Hilltopper athletes will be competing in a single summer Olympics. Four of them will be in track and field events, one will represent her country in softball.
New Extreme Treehouse Cliff Dweller Now Open at Red River Gorge
The Cliff Dweller is literally bolted to a sandstone cliff. It has two structures, one that houses a kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom. The master bedroom is up a spiral staircase to the second structure that has a massive window to take it all in.
Third Annual Kentucky “Run for the Fallen” Set for September
One event that COVID-19 couldn't stop last year was Kentucky's "Run for the Fallen". Beginning in 2019, Honor and Remember Inc. established the run to call attention to and to honor the men and women who have recently died in military service to America.