Jo Tanion

Jo was born in Chadron, NE and lived in the small town of Harrison for a short stint, before moving to Cody, WY where she grew up and met her husband, her High School sweetheart. After graduating High School, they moved to Lincoln, Ne, then Omaha, then back to Lincoln and finally settling in Omaha the last eight years. Jo returned to college to pursue her dream to work in radio after working in the nonprofit world for many years planning events and raising money. Graduating in the spring 2015 from Iowa Western Community College and recently moving to Rapid City to be closer to family in Wyoming and Western Nebraska the transition has been wonderful.

Jo enjoys fishing, camping, hunting and cheering on the Nebraska Cornhuskers- GBR! She also finds time to craft as she is somewhat addicted to Pinterest. With a positive outlook on life Jo is extremely excited to explore, and make Rapid City her home with her husband and cats, Stewie & Dude.

We all can relate to this dog….

I’m pretty sure we can all act accordingly when it’s requested, but I know we all have our moments were we can’t contain ourselves, just like this dog. Who can relate? I know I can.

My emotions got the best of me….

I’m not really a crier, but with this pregnancy, the hormones that has completely changed that. I mean COMPLETELY changed! Long story short, our basement is finally to a finished step that we can move our mega

Mic Drop of the Week- Sarah Thomas

Well, she ain’t dropping mics but helping with some calls during this weekends NFL Playoff Game between the Chargers and the Patriots. Sarah Thomas will become the first woman to officiate an NFL Playoff Game. Heck yeah!

The Truth of a Crazy Cat Lady

Owning a cat is one of the best things ever, at least in my opinion. My two, Dude and Stewie are basically my best friends, they are always there to listen and they never talk back, lol.

Mic Drop of the Week- Luke Combs

Happy New Year! Hope 2019 has treated you well so far and you have a great attitude in what is to come. Let’s be honest, it isn’t always easy, but do your best to stay optimistic. So,