Hey it’s Gary and I’m one of the chosen few to spend most of my life right here in Kiss Country. And I was destined for a life in radio. Born at the old Doctor’s Hospital and delivered by Dr. Flake. You know you’re going into radio when you’re delivered by a Flake. Graduated from Trinity Heights and was asked to not return to college after deciding it was a better idea to go deer hunting than take finals. Haughton is home now with my wife Julie. Still spend way too much time hunting and fishing with my sons Buddy, Craig and Colt. And I’m still praying that one day I’ll realize my life dream and win the Powerball. I just gotta remember to buy a ticket.
Bossier Lions Club Football Jamboree Slated For This Friday Aug. 24
This Friday night, Airline High School Football Stadium will be the site for the 65th Annual Bossier City Lions Club Football Jamboree.
Homeschooling is Growing in Louisiana
Apparently more and more people across the nation have seen enough benefits in homeschooling their children to begin the process.
2018 Full Schedule of District 1 High School Football Games
Here's the complete schedule for all the District 1 games in Divisions 1 through Division 5.
Two Older Men Escape Nursing Home to Go to Heavy Metal Concert
If one of your grandparents decided to escape from the nursing home, you might expect to find them out fishing on the lake or maybe in a bingo hall
Back to School Costs Up to Nearly $600 Per Student
With kids heading back to school over the next couple of weeks, parents are already beginning to see the struggle in their wallet.
Being a Gentleman Makes Him a Sexist Pig?
Chivalry might not be dead, yet, but if ideas like this catch on, it's surely on life support and not looking good.
If Dust From Louisiana Blew to the Sahara, What Would Be In It?
So, if you've noticed that haze over Shreveport and Bossier for the last couple of days, you were probably shocked to find out that it's actually dust from the Sahara Desert that blew all the way across the Atlantic Ocean and settled into our area.
Citizens Oppose Caddo Lake Becoming National Heritage Area
Once again Caddo Lake has found it's way into the crosshairs of US Government and if lawmakers have their way, the lake could become part of a huge National Heritage Area
Do’s and Don’ts For National Flag Day Today
The Stars and Stripes is 241 years old today! One of the most iconic symbols in the entire world, the US Flag means so much to so many.
Bassmaster Central Open is This Week on Red River
If you've noticed all the big, beautifully wrapped bass boats roaming around our neck of the woods here over the last week or so