Hey, it’s Jax! There’s not a ton you need to know about me besides the fact that I love to make life one big party. I hail from St. Louis, MO and am a die-hard Cardinals and Blues fan. Did I mention the Blues are defending Stanley Cup Champions? You may hear me brag about them a time or seven. My two passions in the world are music and sports. So you can usually either find me at a concert or sporting event, or watching a sporting event at a bar while I take over the Touch Tunes at said bar with my favorite jams. Aside from that, I watch more TV than anyone should ever be allowed to watch. I stream anything and everything and I speak in lots of movie quotes. I have a cat named Ariana Grande and that’s her name because her meow hits the same octave that AG can sing with her voice, seriously. You can usually catch me being brutally honest about music, movies, TV, and pop culture in general every morning on 106.3 Cowboy Country. Listen up and we’ll make a party happen!
Today is National Drink Beer Day, Cheyenne!
Today, September 28th is National Drink Beer Day! And what a time it is for a cold one after the first nine months (almost) of the spectacle of the year that has been 2020.
Kraft is Bringing Pumpkin Spice Mac & Cheese to the U.S. After All
Last week, Kraft announced plans to release Pumpkin Spice Mac & Cheese in Canada and I lightly teased that the U.S. wasn't going to get any due to my personal dislike for the otherwise beloved favorite among fall flavors. I suppose that's what I get for being a pumpkin spice hater.
Because 2020 is Not Over, the Murder Hornets Are Ready to Strike
Remember earlier in the year when we first heard how murder hornets were invading the country? Of course you don't, because that was in back in May, which seems like 17 years ago. But now, scientists are predicting they will start spreading out in the U.S.
Applebee’s is Serving Massive $5 Halloween-Themed Cocktails
If you haven't had them, they're certainly new to you, but Applebee's is bringing back their Halloween-themed cocktails.
Mountain West Approves 8-Game Schedule for Wyoming
The University of Wyoming Cowboys will be playing football after all in 2020. The Mountain West Conference has agreed to let teams play an 8-game schedule.
Mullen Fire Spreads to 19,500 Acres
Wind gusts of up to 40 mph pushed the Mullen Fire that’s burning the Medicine Bow National Forest to spread up to approximately 19,500 acres burned wilderness.
In Terms of Happiest States, Wyoming: Not That Happy
It's been a rough year in 2020. But if you think your year has been rough, it's also been rough for everyone in the country. Some more than others, some less, which could be why Wyoming's not one of this year's happiest states in the country.
Sheridan, WY Native Ian Munsick Signs New Music Publishing Deal
Ian Munsick, native of Sheridan, WY, has signed a global publishing deal with Universal Music Publishing Group. Munsick had also recently gone from being an independent artist to signing with Warner Music Nashville.
Pumpkin Spice Mac & Cheese Exists and the U.S. Doesn’t Get Any
Everything pumpkin spice is available almost anywhere, even a new pumpkin spice mac & cheese...except not in the U.S.
The Most Embarrassing Thing Wyoming Loves to Google
We've all had to use Google to look up something we're not to proud of at one time or another. There's probably lots of people out there that are scared someone's going to see their browser history at any moment. But what is Wyoming most embarrassed about having to search for?
‘Monopoly: Disney Villains Edition’ Needs More Disney Villains
A new 'Monopoly: Disney Villains Edition' has been released as a board game from Hasbro. While the idea behind the game is certainly clever, there seems to be several Disney villains that they're missing.
Wyoming is a Pretty Decent Spot for Teachers
Teachers have such an incredible impact on the lives of all students. Unfortunately, the pandemic threw a wrench into everyone's plans including the way many teachers go about their daily jobs. Given today's current situation, where would you think the best states for teachers are?