Randy McKay
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Randy McKay
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I'm sure everyone has heard about global warming.  Here's my question...Where is global warming when you want it?   I haven't seen a whole lot of warming for any length of time so far this spring.  It would be nice to have a little bit of warming and then stay there for a few days.  Come on, one weekend we have 80 degrees and the next weekend we have snow.  Anybody that knows me knows how I feel about snow.  Whatever happened to April showers bring May flowers.  We all know how bad we need rain.  I wish there was something I could do to get the weather back on track like it's supposed to be.  I don't know about you, but I want to get out and ride my trike or play some golf.  Neither one have I had enough chances to do.  I know one day I'm gonna complain about it being too hot, but I am waiting for that day.  'Nuff said.

My radio career started right here in Hutchinson back in 1979, between my freshman and sophomore years in college.  I was studying Communications with emphasis on Radio/TV Broadcasting.  During my career, I've worked in Hutchinson, Wichita, Emporia, and Salina.  Got my first job on a country station in 1986 when KSKU in Hutchinson was sold and became KZSN.  We moved the studio to Wichita.  From Wichita I moved to Emporia worked for a short time before moving back to Hutch.  After 3 years, I moved to Salina.  After about 6 years there, I moved back to Hutch.  I llive here now for 17 years.  I married my wife, Julie, 12 years ago.  When I'm not working you can find me watching tv at home, playing bingo, playing golf, or riding my Goldwing Trike.  I'm a member of the GWRRA (Goldwing Road Riders Assn.)  I began doing public address announcing for the Hutch High Salthawks during the football season and will continue during the basketball season.  I've been at Country 102.9, this time, since 2000.  Really enjoy what I do and I love Country music.  My favorite artists are Garth Brooks, Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert and as I go back a few years with a classic artist...I love Johnny Horton.  I plan on continuing doing this as long as I enjoy doing it or until people around this building don't want me around anymore.  They'll have to pry the headphones off my ears to get me out of here.