I’m the afternoon host on Mix 95.7, 3p-7p weekdays! I’m originally from Fayetteville, Arkansas and most recently moved from southern Missouri, so you may hear a little southern drawl from time to time (especially if we see each other downtown on the weekend, haha!) Before moving to Missouri, I hosted a morning show in South Bend, IN; so I’m cool with snow and lack of constant humidity during the summer. I’m the oldest of three brothers and a proud uncle to three awesome nephews who are still young enough to think I’m really cool! Other than myself, the only life I’m responsible for is my freaky cat Diggy (who has 7 toes on his front paws, hence the “freaky” part.) I really enjoy getting out and meeting people; friends are the best. I also live to entertain people either with my story telling or cracking jokes. I watch anything with “swamp” in the title as well as a lot of comedies, ‘The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ is one of my favorite shows. I also truly believe that one day I will be friends with famous people (hear me Taylor Lautner and Reed Timmer?!) Truth be told, I’m really stoked to finally live in a city with more than one tall building! If you see me out and about exploring, stop me and say hi! That’s about it... wanna know more, just listen each afternoon. I’m sure you’ll learn more than you wanted.
How I know A Michigander Didn’t Create These Home Décor Signs
Sometimes it's the attention to details that make all the difference.
Good Chance We May See The Northern Lights in Michigan Tonight or Tomorrow Night
A burst of energy thrown towards earth from a sunspot eruption Monday could make the Northern Lights very visible to most of Michigan Wednesday and Thursday nights.
U of M Cancels Saturday’s Game Against Maryland
An increase of COVID-19 cases on the university campus has led to the decision to cancel Saturday's game, which won't be rescheduled.
Michigan Moves to “High Risk” Because of a Rise in COVID-19 Cases
As states across the U.S. are seeing a rise in positive COVID-19 cases, Michigan sees a move from "medium risk" to "high risk".
Movie Theaters and Performance Venues in Michigan Will Be Allowed to Reopen in October
After months of being closed, most entertainment venues will now be able to re-open with reduced capacity, face masks required and they must encourage social distancing.
Michiganders Are Playing The Lotto More During The Pandemic
This is helpful since the lotto and casino taxes help fund the K-12 Fund which goes back into education across the state.
MI Bars To Close Indoor Service, Indoor Gatherings Limited To 10 People
The two Executive Orders take effect on Friday, July 31st, and limit indoor gatherings to 10 people and force bars to cease indoor service.
Gov. Whitmer Adds Clarity and New Rules to Wearing a Face Mask
As of Monday, face masks are required to enter any business in Michigan. The new order clarifies medical issues by wearing a mask and who is and isn't excluded.
Michigan Lands Within The Top 15 ‘Cheapest State To Buy A Home’
If you're worried you might get a better deal in another state, especially as the coronavirus has changed a lot in our lives, good news, we're still one of the cheapest.
Renewals For Drivers Licenses and Vehicle Registrations Extended
Your expired license or tags are still good until September 30th.