"Life begins in Texas and everything before ... don't count." Being a loyal Texan, although not a native-born Texan, that's one of my favorite quotes and it pretty well describes me. Wichita Falls has been my home since the summer of '81 and I wouldn't have it any other way. When I'm not at the Radio Station you may spot me out on a bicycle, pickin' and grinnin' at a downtown art gallery or just hanging out at the coffee shop enjoying some pleasant conversation. I love living in Wichita Falls, playing your favorite music on the Radio, writing and voicing commercials, and of course, taking pictures with my trusty Nikon. By the way, if you see someone jumping for joy at the vintage LP he just discovered in one of the local resale shops, that’s probably me.
Let’s Clean Up Downtown Wichita Falls This Saturday Morning
All you have to do is put on some closed toed shoes, pull on your favorite pair of work gloves, grab a rake or a broom and meet everyone else at the Downtown Wichita Falls Farmers Market at 8th and Ohio.
Matt Caldwell Concert in Henrietta Highlights Fight For Riley Fundraiser
Riley Taylor was diagnosed with Aplastic Anemia in December of 2017. People with this disease don’t produce enough new blood cells, leaving them at a much higher risk of infections and uncontrolled bleeding, as a result of the diagnosis Riley and his family have made several trips to Cook Chi…
Final 90 For Dad Bicycle Ride Set For This Saturday
From the beginning, the plan was to host a 90-mile bicycle ride each year for 10 years, with a projected goal of $10,000. To date, more than $220,000 in cash and in-kind gifts have been generated for Hospice of Wichita Falls.
Lace Up Your Running Shoes for the First Ever Hotter’N Ale 0.5K
Participants are encouraged to dress in their best ‘70s style athletic wear and will be led through the course by “coaches”. Not wanting anyone to over exert themselves there are several “rest stops” along the way.
New Cafe Wings Its Way To Wichita Falls Regional Airport
The Wichita Falls Regional Airport welcomes the opening of Southern Girl Café and Catering to our newly updated regional airport so when you have to get there early for the first outbound flight of the day you can grab something to eat at the airport.
Art Bikes Are Back at the Hotter’N Hell Hundred!
Here’s the general idea. The Alliance is hoping for 100 artistically decorated bicycles to celebrate the 100 mile bicycle ride and because this is the 37th Annual Hotter’N Hell Hundred you can only spend $37 on your art bike project.
Put Some Art & Soul Into Your Wichita Falls Weekend
This year’s event is on Indiana Avenue between 9th and 10th streets and you’re sure to find some new one-of-a-kind artistic creation that you just can’t live without and lineup of performers this year includes everything from theatre groups to rock bands.
Backdoor Theatre’s Battle of the Bands: A Crazy-Loud, Family-Friendly Fundraiser
The party will be Sunday, May 20th, at the Iron Horse Pub downtown and in addition to the "crazy-loud" music, there will also be food trucks, sodas, and plenty of other theatrical type entertainment.
Everything You Need to Know About the Lake Arrowhead Fishing Rodeo on Saturday
This annual event at Lake Arrowhead State Park is open to kids and adults, with categories and prizes for each. The Adult Fish runs from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and the Kid Fish runs from 10:00 a.m. to Noon.
New Country Band With Member From Texoma Climbing Charts
It looks like Radio Romance is poised to go big-time with their very first single breaking into the Billboard Country Top 50 this week! As if that’s not enough, they were also just named Champion in the NASH Next Challenge in Nashville and will join the bill at Nashville’s CMA Fest on …
Kids Get Free Dental Care on Sharing Smiles Day in Wichita Falls
Dr. D. Gifford, the Managing Dental Director for Kool Smiles, says that Sharing Smiles Day is the opportunity for their dentists and staff to give back to the children and families in the Wichita Falls community.
Why Do We Celebrate Cinco De Mayo?
Cinco De Mayo. It happens every year. every year there are celebrations all across Texas (and some other nearby countries). But why do we celebrate the 5th of May? Is it Mexican Independence Day? Are we celebrating our fifth jar of mayo for the year? What, exactly, are we celebrating this Saturday?