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.
Conspiracy Theories About COVID-19 Run the Entire Gamut
When I tell you there are so many conspiracy theories blanketing our country in regards to coronavirus COVID-19, that there's no way to highlight them all
Court Grants Partial Settlement Against Shreveport Water and Sewer
The City of Shreveport has been embroiled in an issue regarding overcharges from the city's water and sewerage department for years now
Bossier Sheriff and Police Detail Enforcement of Mask Mandate
Let's face it, we live in a litigious society. Hmm, there should be a law about making more laws. I digress.
Ten Things You Can’t Do With Your Mask On
While I'm not here to debate the mask mandate itself, I have determined that there are a number of things that just can't be done wearing a mask
Louisiana Offering $250 Stimulus to Essential ‘Front Line’ Workers
In some industries, it might be called "combat pay." Whatever one would call it, the State of Louisiana would like to extend a token of thanks
Masks Now Mandated in Caddo Parish
After the dust settled yesterday afternoon, the voting was over and it would now be law.
SWEPCO Power Outage Affects Nearly 1,000 in Bossier Parish
It was sometime around 2:00 this morning when the sound of my smoke alarm beeping brought me to my feet.
Bossier Schools Release Results of Parent Survey on School Return
In the survey, a number of issues were polled regarding parents' concerns for the safety of the children as it pertains to COVID-19
Caddo Commission to Vote on Mask Mandate for Entire Parish
The rise in the number of positive COVID-19 cases continues to complicate what's already been, what most would say is, the most tumultuous year in American history
Webster Parish Schools Not to Begin Until September 1
On their Facebook page yesterday evening, the Webster Parish School Board made the announcement that schools would not begin for students until September 1.
Jimmie Davis Bridge Down to One Lane For Inspections Next Week
Tis the season for bridge inspections here in our neck of the woods, and with these inspections come lane closures and in some cases, lengthy traffic delays
Are These The Best Places in the Arklatex to Get Fried Chicken?
Course, when it comes to that golden batch of Godly greatness, nobody does it better than your Momma, but when she's too busy, these are great substitutes.