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.
Asteroid Pieces Heading To Utah Desert..By Delivery: KSUB News Summary
Some mountain areas of Utah are already getting snow.
Iron County Elementary Students To Participate In Walk And Bike To School Day
Walk and Bike to School Day is an annual event celebrated in many countries around the world.
Church Tries To Overturn Lawsuit Ruling: KSUB News Summary
Tyler Melling, Robert Cox and Carter Wilkey remain as the top collectors of votes.
SUU Offers New Path To Project Management Certification
The required courses for the new emphasis satisfy the educational requirements for other certifications through the Project Management Institute.
SUU Students Participate In Cybersecurity Competition
The club is competing against other universities and professional cyber teams including Texas A&M and the U.S. Army.
Project To Reopen Zion Canyons Road Set To Start Monday
The project will involve several stages before completion.
Iron County School District Officials Make Case For Bond Passage
"We work hard to try and plan and prepare for the future. We look at growth projections, we trained to put out to the public what we really need."
Looking For A Job? Southern Utah Is Hiring!
A strong job market also encourages consumer spending, which drives economic growth.
The Indomitable Spirit Of Everyday America
In the room that night there was a sense that you're just not going to beat us down.
Utah House Speaker Announces Resignation: KSUB News Summary
Prosecutors say they need more time to go over the "copious" amounts of evidence.