It’s your Buddy Russ! I now present to you my life summed up in a website bio. Proudly born and raised in SWLA, I graduated from Barbe High School in 2001. Go Bucs! I did try college a few times - five times, to be exact. I just tell everyone I have a well-rounded education. I became a DJ in middle school in order to get into the school dances for free. Fast forward a few years, and you’ll realize my employment record has a much A.D.D. as my actual personality. I’ve worked at Putt Putt, as a mechanic, a tow truck driver assistant, a bartender, a waiter, an Entertainment Manager at a local casino resort, and even a tire salesman. Guess all that was missing was to be a radio DJ! My passion for radio started at ten years old, and I am living out my childhood dream each and every day. I am the VP of the Seven Slot Society of SWLA and love helping others in need around the community.
Ward 3 Marshal Vic Salvador Not Running for Re-election
Salvador announced on his Marshal Facebook page that he would not be running for re-election for November.
Lake Charles OMV Closed Along with Four Others
The Lake Charles location was one of the locations the employee did work at before testing positive
Spirit Halloween Stores Say Rumors Are False and Will Open For 2020
At least we know of one day that everyone will be wearing a mask!
Louisiana Department of Education Releases Reopening Statement
The Louisiana Department of Education has released a guide based on the Louisiana Department of Health as to how the new school year will be affected by COVID-19.
Carnival Cruise Line Cancels All Voyages Through September
Carnival has issued a letter to all booked passengers saying they will be voluntarily extending their North American cruising pause through September 30, 2020.
Rutherford Beach, Creole Announces Fireworks for July 4
On top of the fireworks display, they will also feature live entertainment provided by the band Steel Shot.
Rumors Swirl About Matthew McConaughey Running for Governor of TX
It is no secret McConaughey is all about Texas. During recent months, he has been doing lots for the state.
$250 Front-Line Worker Payment Approved for Louisiana
The payout of $50 million would be sent to front-line employees who continued to work and reported at least 200 hours from March 22 through May 14.
The Current Winner for Most Expensive House in Lake Charles
Better find some roommates! Take a look at the inside!
Nelson’s Donuts Has New Owners and Is Being Rebuilt
I can't wait to eat my first dozen donuts and regret it later.
Phase Two Guidelines Changed to Allow Indoor Live Music Again
These are some tall orders to be put in place for venues that haven't been open for months.
DOTD Announces Lane Closures on LA 378 at End of Month
Roadwork will begin each day at 8:00am and end at 2:30pm, pending any weather delays.