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.
Only a Couple of Hunter Education Field Days Coming in North Louisiana
Persons born on or after September 1, 1969, must successfully complete a Hunter Education Course in order to receive their Louisiana Hunting License.
College Football to Possibly be Postponed or Cancelled
In a report from ESPN late yesterday afternoon, we learned that the commissioners of the Power Five College Conferences held an emergency meeting to discuss the possibility of delaying Fall Football
Senator Cassidy Proposes ‘$1,000 For All’ Stimulus Checks
Capitol Hill has been a flurry of ideas, proposals, second guesses and in some cases total confusion, since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic
The 10 Best Places for Chicken Wings in Shreveport-Bossier
It's National Chicken Wing Day! I'm still in shock that we still have to work and there's no parades or anything.
Bossier Parish Schools to Possibly Change Start Dates
The Bossier Parish School Board have called a special session today at 5:00 pm, to possibly revise the 2020-21 academic calendar
Alabama Teenager Saves Police Officer From Drowning
Not all fifteen year old boys are tucked away in their rooms playing video games during this COVID pandemic.
Statewide Poll Shows Massive Support for Governor’s Mask Mandate
In a report from the Louisiana Radio Network, we find the mask mandate issue isn't nearly as divided as one would have imagined.
Shreveport Woman Shoots Boyfriend Because He Refused to Argue
She's accused of shooting her boyfriend because he refused to argue with her during a recent altercation. Police are still searching for her.
Bossier Principal Selected State Principal of the Year Finalist
Over the years I've developed a heaping helping of admiration for a lot of these principals and one of those is Kimmie Smith
BPCC Giving $450 Scholarships to Full Time Students This Fall
In an era when things are touch and go financially, Bossier Parish Community College has stepped up to help out