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!
Free Fishing Clinics to be Held in The Hudson Valley
For those who love to fish, everyday is a good day to go fishing. If you've never tried it, but always wanted to, you're in luck.
More Than $2 Million Available to Expand New York’s Hiking Trails
If walking or hiking is among your interests, than the announcement today from New York Governor Cuomo is good news.
Whether You Hunt or Fish in New York, There’s an App For That
I have 145 apps on my phone and chances are you have a few too. If you like to hunt, fish, or camp, there's an app for that and it's just gotten a serious upgrade.
National Archery in the Schools Program Increasing in Popularity in New York
While it had been about 20 years since I had picked up a bow, I fell in love with the sport all over again, then I found out it's offered in some schools in New York.
Spring Turkey Season is Right Around the Corner in New York
Right on the heels of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation's annual Youth Turkey hunting weekend, is Spring Turkey Season.
Ever Wanted to be a Wildlife Rehabilitator or Get an Apprentice Falconry License?
If you've ever wanted to help orphaned wildlife, work in the sport of falconry, or learn to use your dog to track injured or wounded big game animals, this is for you.
2016 Was a Good Year For New York’s State Parks
If you and your family and friends visited any of New York’s State Parks in 2016, you helped make it one of the busiest years in quite a while.
New Wildlife Regulations Proposed for New York in 2017
The New York Department of Environmental Conservation is looking at making some changes in the wildlife regulations in 2017, and they want your opinion.
Additional Safety Measures Now in Place at Kaaterskill Falls
I had never been there before and was amazed at how beautiful it was. I was also surprised at how close you could get to the edge of the falls.
New York’s Deer, Bear Hunting Season Begins This Week
It's about to begin, and for many families throughout the Hudson Valley, it is an annual tradition and a rite of passage for the younger members of the family.