I'm Pam Cloud, and I am an Oklahoma native, a graduate of Stigler High School and Oklahoma State University in Stillwater and have lived in the Fort Smith area for more than 25 years. I grew up on a farm raised by Christian parents and learned to love and trust the Lord at a young age. A former award-winning feature writer and columnist for the Times Record for 17 years, I love being involved in the community and have volunteered for several charity events and organizations and served as a board member for the Arkansas-Oklahoma Regional Education & Promotion Association, Bost, Inc. and the Western Arkansas Alzheimer's Association.
I've been in the radio business for almost a year and I LOVE it!! I love connecting and interacting with our listeners, and music has been a passion of mine for nearly my entire life, ever since I started singing in church at the age of 5. A former cast member of the Junior Civic League's annual Red Stocking Revue and the Foothills Little Theater's Hee Haww production in Ozark, I have performed at Big Bear's Saturday Night Opry in Mena, was part of the Star Rise Talent Showcase in Fort Smith, have performed on the Dr Pepper Stage for both the Old Fort Days Rodeo and the Arkansas-Oklahoma State Fair, and have had the privilege of performing the National Anthem at the Old Fort Days Rodeo, the Hangin' Judge High School Rodeo, for several area charity fundraisers and at minor league baseball games. My husband and I have two daughters, a son-in-law and a grandson and live on an Oklahoma farm with our two dogs.