Jane Dough

Jane Dough

Jane Dough is a veteran to broadcasting! She now wears the hat of KISS’ Program Director! Graduating from Central Carolina Community College in Sanford with her Associates in Broadcasting, The Filipina Princess, started out with her own college radio show while also interning at News 14 in Raleigh once known as ‘Weather on the Ones’. Before graduating with her degree, she locked down the midday position in 2003 as ‘Trenidad’ at Hot 104.5 FM in Fayetteville, a private and local station, owned by Carson Communications.

By 2005, Jane Dough took her talents to the #1 radio station in the Fayetteville Market: Foxy 99, where she stayed for almost 15 years. She attended Fayetteville State University full time while she worked in radio and waited tables on the side for over 10 years. She held the #1 spot in middays from 2006-2019 while also being very active in the Fayetteville community and surrounding areas. Jane wore many hats while working at Foxy 99, from Social Media Manager to Music Director, while still being a single mom of two.

God. Family. And Career.

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Tropical Storm Isaias: Are you prepared?

Source: National Weather Service Raleigh Twitter Account  Follow the National Weather Service Raleigh’s Twitter account for continuous updates on Tropical Storm Isaias Evening Updates: Tropical Storm Warnings remain in effect for much of eastern North Carolina. 30 to 50 mph winds with gusts up to 60 mph will be possible night into tomorrow morning. #NCwx…

COVID19 Risks ranks from lowest to highest

COVID19: Chart ranks lowest to highest risks of activities

The Texas Medical Association’s COVID19 Task Force published a list which ranks our ‘normal’ day to day routine from 1 being the lowest risk to 9 being the highest risk.  From shaking hands, to pumping gas, shopping for groceries, or as simple as opening your mail, the chart below groups activities based on their risk…

Jane Dough & Christine Webster pose in front of Dodge City Market

New Bern’s Dodge City Market

Jane Dough met some dope people in New Bern!  #Duffyfield citizens, a small, close-knit and forgotten part of New Bern, takes care of each other even after #HurricaneFlorence.  The natural disaster raised questions about equality and knowledge of ones own rights.  Unfortunately, 700 families lost their homes and those who were fortunate to keep them, still need help. …