Brenda Duby of United Supermarkets dropped by the studio to provide some advice on healthier alternatives to traditional Fourth of July foods.
Mika Wyatt came by the studio and talked about the organic cotton of Africa, as well as the dangers of weed eating around trees.
During Tuesday's edition of Lubbock's First News on KFYO, Breedlove's Marketing and Development Director David Hankins came by the studio to discuss his company and some of the meals they sell.
Randy Weaver of Texas Battery swung by the studio to discuss a revolutionary automotive lubrication by Muscle Products now being sold at Texas Battery.
TTU's Vice Provost for International Affairs Tibor Nagy, Jr., talked with Tom about the worsening situation in the Middle East, including the recently self-proclaimed "caliph".
On the Friday edition of The Chad Hasty Show, Lubbock County Tax Assessor Ronnie Keister spoke with Chad Hasty about some upcoming changes to Texas drivers' auto inspection stickers.
Mayor Glen Robertson discussed the most recent city council meeting, the decision to move the City Library, the Omni Building, and the smoking ban.
Mark Martin of Premier High School talked about his charter school program that incorporates small classes and a lenient schedule.
James Nesmith of The Science Spectrum discussed a special event called CritterFest coming up later this week.
Miss Brownfield's Outstanding Teen Maddie Bryan, and Pageant Director Debbie Staudt share some information on their upcoming pageant.