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Carri Walters is the Digital Marketing Coordinator here at WHNT News 19. Carri joined the WHNT News 19 team in June of 2012. She has played a variety of roles at the station. She started off working in the studio, but quickly followed her passion of writing into the newsroom where she worked as a producer. She’s now turned her focus to marketing, and is currently a happy member of our Sales team.

Carri is a graduate of Northern Illinois University, where she double majored in Communication and Journalism, with an emphasis in Media Studies.

She grew up in West Chicago, IL. She then lived in Boston, MA for a couple years after college before moving to the Tennessee Valley with her husband.

Carri is excited to be a part of the WHNT News 19 team and loves that she learns something new each time she comes in to work.


Recent Articles
  • Key Jar

    Pinterest Unpinned: Key Jar

    For the holiday season we’ve teamed up with University Pickers to bring you several Pinterest-inspired gift ideas you can make for friends, family, or for yourself. Key Jar The Key Jar could be used for a variety of things, but one use we really like is the idea of storing conversation starters. You can decorate the jar so it looks nice among your things, but you’ll want to keep it in an easy to reach place so you can use it […]

  • String Art: Cross

    Pinterest Unpinned: String Art

    For the holiday season we’ve teamed up with University Pickers to bring you several Pinterest-inspired gift ideas you can make for friends, family, or for yourself. String Art With just some nails and some string, a simple outline can become an amazing work of art. You’re really only limited by your imagination (or your wall space)! You’ll need: a piece of wood large enough for your design, printout of your design, nails, a hammer, string. Materials are estimated to cost about $5, […]

  • Photo Transfer to Wood

    Pinterest Unpinned: Transferring pictures to wood to create a rustic look

    For the Christmas season WHNT News 19 has teamed up with University Pickers to bring you several Pinterest-inspired gift ideas you can make for friends, family, or for yourself. Picture Transfer Here’s a fun alternative to simply framing a picture.  Transfer it on to a piece of wood. Add a unique and rustic touch to your memories. You’ll need: a picture printed on regular copy paper (make sure to print the reverse/mirror image), a piece of wood with a smooth surface, […]

  • Rust letter

    Pinterest Unpinned: Giving letters that ‘rust’ look

    If you're looking to add an antique feel to your home decor, an easy way to do this is to create your own rusted looking decorations. We outline the steps to take and the materials you'll need.

  • Chalkboard Frame -
Counting down the days 'til Christmas

    Pinterest Unpinned: Stenciled Table Runner & Chalkboard Tray

    We start off the week with two quick and practical projects.

  • snapdragon

    Snapdragons are annuals, but tend to live longer

    A snapdragon is technically an annual, meaning the plant is only expected to live and bloom for one season or year. However, many snapdragons tend to live and thrive for much longer than that. The plant can sometimes act more like a perennial, coming back to life year after year. Snapdragons are often planted with pansies in the fall. They bloom from October until about Thanksgiving. In late fall, shorter days cause them to stop blooming, but often the plant continues to grow […]

  • yellow-pansies-purple-kale

    Kale and Pansies are the perfect combo for your winter garden

    As the temperature is cooling off, and winter is moving in, it’s time to think about what to plant that will last from now until next spring. It’s nice to still have some color in your garden, but the plant needs to be hardy to handle the cold months. Pansies are usually a dependable option. They are the longest blooming annual in the southeast, and should thrive even during winter months. They come in a variety of colors and are typically […]

  • Assorted Pumpkins

    Unique pumpkins to add to your fall decor

    People like to decorate for the season with different plants, but not just any plant will do. Certain plants seem more fitting for certain seasons, such as poinsettia during the Christmas season and tulips in the springtime. For the fall, many people like to decorate with mums, pumpkins, and other gourds. In the past pumpkins were mainly sold to carve jack-o-lanterns, but now they come in so many colors and different looks that people use them for decoration on their […]

  • Assorted-Pansies

    Pansies are the longest blooming annual plant in the southeast

      Now that it’s getting cooler outside, it’s time to plant some Pansies. Pansies don’t do well in the heat. It tends to make them grow tall and leggy, causing them to flop over. So the cool weather of fall brings the perfect conditions. When you plant Pansies around this area in October, they typically grow well all the way through to the next May. They’re the longest blooming annual plant that you can find for this part of the […]

  • Red Azalea

    Encore Azaleas bloom multiple times throughout the year

    This is the very best time to plant Azaleas. A lot of Azaleas bloom in the springtime with a great display, and that’s all they’ll do for the year. But some Azaleas bloom in the spring, repeat bloom in the middle of the summer, and then bloom again in the fall. The group called Encore Azaleas are rebloomers. There are more than thirty varieties of Encore alone. Some are small plants, some grow to be medium sized, and some grow […]

  • Peppers with blooms

    Decorative plants for fall

    One sure sign that fall is now here is that several fruits, vegetables, and flowers are changing colors. When the apples turn red and the pumpkins turn orange it really begins to look like fall. Plants can sense what time of year it is and know when to act because of a process called photosynthesis. Basically, the plants sense the length of the day and that allows them to know when to bloom or when to get ready for the cold weather. […]

  • Japanese Persimmon

    Japanese Persimmons are best known for their fruit

      The Japanese Persimmon has glossy foliage and makes an excellent small tree. It grows quickly and is best known for its fruit. The fruit of the Japanese Persimmon is much larger than the Persimmon that is native to America. It is typically larger than a tangerine. The plant grows well in the north Alabama area, but this is about as far north as it can grow because a hard freeze could be damaging. Japanese Persimmons are self-fruitful, which means you only need one tree and don’t need […]

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