Dr.T has been on the air in Cedar City since 1992. His radio roots go back to the "golden age" of radio, as his grandfather was a producer on the "Fibber McGee and Molly" Show. The stories grandpa told him inspired him to pursue a career in radio beginning in the Riverside, California market in 1975. While working in Rexburg, Idaho he graduated from Ricks College. He currently serves as co-host of the Big Picture Morning Show, along with hosting the popular Tradio show. His wife, Tammy and he are the parents of three children, all of whom continue to live in Southern Utah.
Water Conservancy District Joining Others To Utilize Water Rights
But more than getting water to BZI, this waterline has extended the district's water system in to basin 71, west of Cedar City.
Iron County Holiday Assistance Program Helping Local Families
Applications for assistance for this year are open now.
Sorry Christmas! It’s Been Fun And All…..
It's a day when the drive-thru lines snake around corners like serpentine queues to a caloric haven.
Utah Habitat Restoration Is Ongoing Project
A whopping total of 148,883 acres were improved across Utah through this unique and innovative program.
Utah Division Of Wildlife Resources Wraps Up A Busy Year Of Boat Inspections
Statewide, aquatic invasive species technicians with the DWR, Utah State Parks, Arizona Game and Fish Department and the National Park Service have inspected 268,630 boats.
Sorry Utah, Alabama Is The Sweet Home For Thanksgiving Dinner
Thanksgiving, you see, is not just a meal—it's a fiscal odyssey.
Recreational Areas Making Transition To Winter Operations
Starting tomorrow, November 15th, the Glen Canyon National Recreationa area will be transitioning to winter operations.
HOPE Pantry Provides Need To Students Facing Food Insecurity
The Hope Pantry is the first campus based pantries in Utah and one of the first in the nation, and has been in operation since the spring of 2020.
Richard III Got It Wrong
Those who are content with themselves are more likely to bring positivity and support to their interactions with others.
At What Cost, Growth?
What we have should be built on, not discarded.