I've been on the air in Cedar City since 1992. My radio roots go back to the "golden age" of radio, as my grandfather was a producer on the "Fibber McGee and Molly" Show. The stories grandpa told me inspired me to pursue a career in radio beginning in the Riverside, California market in 1975. While working in Rexburg, Idaho I graduated from Ricks College. I currently serves as co-host of the Big Picture Morning Show, along with hosting the popular Tradio show. My wife, Tammy and I are the parents of three children, all of whom continue to live in Southern Utah.
Make Tracks To The Biggest Bash This Year In Cedar City
The railroad's arrival in the area spurred economic growth, population expansion, and improved transportation links for the region.
Healing Process Continues For Enoch City
A group of professionals along with community officials and some very benevolent benefactors are making sure that help is available for those still trying to cope with the events of that day.
Last Chance To See Cedar Valley Community Theatre’s Cinderella This Weekend
Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella is a beloved musical adaptation of the classic fairy tale.
Keeping It Between The Lines: Impossible In Utah?
Be the parking hero this world needs!
Heal Thyself? It Might Be Easier Than You Think
We talked about this article by Annie Holmquist on the radio show the other day and it has stayed with me since. I loved the mention of a “Joseph moment” in the article. I've never had it put that way. To sum up, Joseph was sold in to Egypt by his brothers in an act of betrayal. He suffere...
What’s On Your Plate?
You might want to give your license plates a little more consideration.
Free Fishing Day Saturday
Utah has hundreds of lakes and reservoirs.
Roads Open To Cedar Breaks And The North Rim Of The Grand Canyon
Limited operations for now at both Cedar Breaks National Monument and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon
Confession Of A Bonehead: I Should’ve Kept My Mustang
American car shows often feature a wide array of classic and iconic vehicles
We Call The Thing Rodeo
Today, there is a segment in society that is trying to see rodeo activity come to an end.