Born in Port Arthur, Texas, and left for good after graduating from Thomas Jefferson High School then attended Sam Houston State University on an athletic pass, eventually earning a BBA, RAB, and CRMC. Became a Broadcaster on 25 October 1976. Worked for a decade in environmental marketing for a company that cleaned up oil and hazardous materials spills inclusive of many in-plant maintenance projects in the Lake Charles area from 1993-2003. Spent time on oil spills and hazardous incidents that made national news, including the anthrax cleanup at the Central New York City Post Office, following the 911 attack. Broadcasting and media were always my first love and over the years, I've broadcast in Beaumont, Houston, Denver and Lake Charles. Hobbies include small engine repair and vintage lawnmower restoration, woodworking, gardening, and Astros baseball.
August 5, 1962 – The Day the Fabulous Fifties Died
In Tinseltown, all glory and admiration are usually shallow and fake. People compliment you and treat you well based on what favors you might do for them.
McNeese Fan Fest Set For Sunday, August 11 at Cowboy Stadium
Fall Camp opens today with a full slate of workouts scheduled. The first game of 2019 is August 31 against Southern in Lake Charles.
Louisiana in WWII: Traveling Exhibit On Display in Lake Charles
The exhibit is on loan from the National World War II Museum and can be seen at the Arts and Cultural Center from August 2-October 19.
Lake Charles Motel Manager Alleged Sex Trafficker Arrested
A fourteen-year-old girl who had been reported as a runaway was recently discovered in a motel in Lake Charles.
SOWELA Announces State Of The Art Pipeline Academy; Lake Charles
The center will operate 24/7 much like a real-world process operation. Students will complete shift-work and get hands-on experience with pipeline operations.
Pro Watercross National Championships in Lake Charles Aug 10-11
The competitors, all skilled athletes, come from across the country to showcase their skills on some of most high-powered machines in the world.
Next Week’s Weather News
Just yesterday, a group of us were discussing the shelf life of sandbags.
McNeese Picked 6th in SLC Pre-Season Poll
The coaches picked McNeese's Sabine River rival Lamar to finish ahead of the Cowboys.
Tennessee Native Charged With Terrorizing in Calcasieu Parish
Deputies tracked the IP address on the picture to a home on Lutte Tigre Lane.
CPSO Looking For Hit Run Driver Who Killed Two Dogs
Local man charged for hit and run of two dogs in Lake Charles.
School Closings Announced Ahead of Stormy Weather
Calcasieu Parish is closing all schools and offices on Friday, July 12. And Cameron Parish is closing all schools as of 10 AM Thursday morning.
Toledo Bend Levels Seem OK Prior To Predicted Storms
Sometimes it's not the rain that falls along the coast, but what falls north of us that ends up flooding waterfront and other low-lying valley homes.