Wes has been a fixture in Lubbock radio since 1981 (with a few years away in Austin, Texas and Spokane, Washington). Wes is co-owner of Nightmare On 19th Street in Lubbock and Bat City Scaregrounds in Austin/Buda, Texas. He has three dogs and an outdoor cat. He is a prolific writer having authored well over 9,000 documents posts and many more under different pen names. He firmly believes in blood donations and animal causes and can be heard mornings on the RockShow in both Lubbock and Abilene, Texas. You can email him at: email@example.com
Shocking: Learn The Dirty Little Secret About Texas Chili
National Chili Day sparks debate on beans in chili recipes, celebrating diverse variations.
Can You Own A Gorilla In The State Of Texas?
Imagine cruising in your car with a gorilla by your side, or watching as they enjoy a bowl of banana-flavored frozen yogurt. The joys of gorilla ownership!
BEWARE! Some Texas Restaurants Serving Poisoned Sweet Tea
You'll know it's bad the minute you taste it.
Big In Texas: The Biggest Breakfast In All Of Texas
Indulge in all-you-can-eat pancakes of varying sizes at the Lubbock Lions Club Pancake Festival, the biggest breakfast event in Texas.
Texans May Not Realize It, But We Are Surrounded By These Beasts!
Beware of the intimidating creatures that roam Texas, including bears and other dangerous animals.
You Won’t Like The Way European A.I. Portrays Texans
Discover the exaggerated stereotypes AI creates about states like Texas
Research Shows These Two Items Are The Dirtiest Surfaces In Texas
Are you aware of the hidden germs on your phone? Clean it properly and prevent illness.
New Survey: Texas Is Tops In Terrible Teeth
Texas ranks near the bottom in dental care highlighting the need for improvement in oral health.
Texas Has A Brand New Multi-Millionaire
An anonymous winner in Austin, Texas is now a millionaire after winning $34 million.
Do Texans Believe The Superbowl Is Rigged?
Why the Super Bowl Conspiracy Theories Don't Hold Up
Will Texas Be Swarmed By These Billions Of Bugs?
Get ready for a rare insect phenomenon! Thousands of cicadas will emerge this April, but don't worry, Texas is safe.
West Texas Loses A Motorsports Destination For The 2024 Season
West Texas Raceway's closure for the 2024 race season is a major loss for fans and drivers who invested their time and passion into the sport.