I started my radio career in Meadville, Pa on WZPR, the Country Station of Northeastern Pennsylvania in May of 1989. I was scared to death and loved every minute of it. I still get nervous but I still love it. I have been in the Hudson Valley since 1995, and am continually amazed at the beauty of our area, all of the history, the arts and artists here, and the kindness and generosity of Country fans. You guys are the best! Thanks for listening to me and keeping me company over the years. When I’m not at work I can usually be found in either my sewing studio or in the kitchen, as sewing and cooking are 2 of my passions. Hope to see you every afternoon from 3-7 on 94.3/97.3 The Wolf!
Early Black Bear Hunting Season Underway
Hunting season is about to begin, and for many families throughout the Hudson Valley, it is an annual tradition and a rite of passage for the younger generation.
Don’t Toss This Year’s Empire State Pass
After summer, the big clean-up begins. Toys, vacation souvenirs, and more all get sorted and tossed. But there's one item you want to make sure you hang on to.
Who Wants to Count All the Fish in the Hudson River?
How many fish or kinds of marine life do you think live in the Hudson River? There are more than 200 different species, but to be sure someone’s got to count them.
2018-2019 Hunting and Trapping Licenses Available Now
For many families and individuals in the Hudson Valley, the announcement that next season's hunting and trapping licenses are now on sale is a red letter day.
Pass on Your Love of Hunting to the Next Generation
Every hunter has had to start somewhere and there’s a good chance someone helped show you the right and wrong ways to hunt. Here’s your chance to pay that forward.
Be on the Lookout For Black Bears in The Hudson Valley
While winter is hanging on until the very last second this year, evidenced by the recent snowfall, warmer weather will be headed our way and so will the bears.
Free Wi-Fi Coming to More New York State Parks
Visiting some of New York's State Parks just got a little nicer.
How to Fit a NY State Park in an Easter Basket
Instead of getting more candy or buying something cute, that you know won’t last the day, to fill in your Easter Basket, why not put a New York State Park in there?
Clean, Drain, and Dry This Boating Season
While boating season is a little ways off, the NYSDEC want to remind everyone how important it is to do what you can to protect our waterways from invasive species.
Wondering Where The Trout Will be This Season?
Every Spring the NY State Department of Environmental Conservation starts stocking Trout in March. The big question is exactly where are they stocking the fish.