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!
Tax Preparers Needed to Help Hudson Valley Residents
The Hudson Valley Cash Coalition help families file taxes and right now they are looking for volunteers to help out in the Hudson Valley.
Halloween Mantle at Christy Cottage
Halloween is the favorite holiday for many in my family, so we have a lot of fun decorating every available space in our house.
Thousands of Hudson Valley Students Were Scientists For the Day
Students armed with everything from minnow nets to testing kits headed for the Hudson River this week.
What’s Happening This Weekend in the Hudson Valley: Get Ready For Halloween
It finally feels like fall, again, and with Halloween only 2 1/2 weeks away, now's the time to go have some spooky fun or find the perfect fall decor for your home.
In Touch: In Honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Miles of Hope
Each week, we focus on non-profit organizations who work to help make the Hudson Valley a better place to live. Miles of Hope is working so hard for all of us.
Warrant Wednesday: Dutchess County Man Wanted For Robbery
The NY State Police ask us to help by sharing this information with family and friends.
October’s Wolf Cider Jam is The Place To Be This Week
Be ready to have some serious fun with Sarah Katherine and The Hillbilly Parade, great ciders, and food from 3 Mamas and Mike.
How to Help Your Child’s Class Be Able to Take a Field Trip
It's just the start of the 2017-2018 school year but it's never too early to talk field trips. While they're fun, they can also be expensive but this could help.
Would You Know What to Do In a Disaster?
A week ago, we saw the heartbreaking photos of the shooting in Las Vegas and we learned of the many heroes in the crowd, who knew what to do and did it.
NY Youth Big Game Hunt Set For This Weekend
Columbus Day weekend signifies different things to everyone. But for those for whom hunting is a family tradition, Columbus Day weekend means the Youth Big Game Hunt.