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Nancy and I arrived in B/CS in April 2010. First recollection of being a radio geek was as a 9 year old riding my bicycle around the neighborhood with a transistor radio in the front basket. First experience in a radio studio was KWDM-FM at Valley High School, West Des Moines, IA. Then on to Northwest Missouri State University (GO BEARCATS!). I've been blessed to enjoy great radio in Texas, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska. Two adult daughters...though they'll always be my little girls!

City Of Bryan Plans To Move Fish Before The Superpark Lake Is Drained For Excavation Is Raising Concerns

At the beginning of April, the city of Bryan will be relocating fish out of the lake at the new superpark. That’s because water will be removed and the lake will be deepened and widened. A handful of local residents are asking the city of Bryan to change how the fish are removed. Robert Rose […]

Brazos County Files Eminent Domain Lawsuits Related To Reopening I & GN Road

Brazos County has filed eminent domain lawsuits against two property owners. County commissioners are wanting land to begin improvements to a portion I & GN Road, which has been closed since September 2018. An outside legal firm hired by commissioners earlier this month filed one case in county court at law number one, and the […]

WTAW & Peace 107 Are Finalists For National Association Of Broadcasters Crystal Award

Bryan Broadcasting’s WTAW and Peace 107 are among 50 nominees for this year’s National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Crystal Radio Awards. This is the 33rd year of the Crystal, which recognizes radio stations for their year round commitment to community service. Winners will be announced at the annual NAB show in Las Vegas next month. […]

CHI St. Joseph Is Moving Women’s And Pediatric Services From Bryan To College Station

This summer, CHI St. Joseph Health is moving women’s and pediatric services from Bryan to College Station. President Theron Park, who was born at the Bryan regional hospital, says the move takes advantage of College Station’s labor and delivery area that The Med closed almost two years ago. Park also says the Bryan hospital, which […]

Repairs And Improvements Underway At Boonville Heritage Park And Cemetery

Improvements and repairs are underway at Brazos County’s Boonville Heritage Park and cemetery. County judge Duane Peters says seedlings have been planted from the 1841 courthouse cedar tree that had to be removed last April. Commissioners at their February 18 meeting approved a $23,000 dollar contract to repair the entryway gate of the brick structure. […]

Bryan Man’s First DWI Conviction Since 1992 Is His 17th Since 1967

A 72 year old Bryan man was sentenced this week in Brazos County district court to 15 years in prison for his 17th DWI conviction. Last December, a jury convicted Robert Noel Ray of drunk driving that followed a non-injury crash in north Bryan in September of 2017. Prosecutors say the results of a blood […]

Arrest This Week In January Theft At College Station’s Victoria’s Secret Store

College Station police accuse two women and a man for a January 6 shoplifting at Victoria’s Secret where almost $2,100 dollars of merchandise was stolen. The list of items taken without being paid for, includes 144 panties and 26 bras. The first arrest took place this week, as 41 year old Michael Wayne Kennedy of […]

College Station ISD School Board Names Superintendent Lone Finalist

The only applicant for superintendent of College Station ISD is named lone finalist for the job. That’s after an enthusiastic school board Tuesday afternoon unanimously voted for interim Mike Martindale. Martindale waited through a 30 minute executive session, then listened to 20 minutes of board comments before the vote. This is Martindale’s third position with […]

Brazos County Primary Voting Reminder To Look For All Candidates On The Ballot

Brazos County voters are reminded to take additional time to make sure they vote for the candidate of their choice. Elections administrator Trudy Hancock says there are so many Republicans running for CD-17 and so many Democrats running for president, that not all the names are initially displayed on the computer screen. In those cases, […]

Brazos County District Court Jury Convicts Bedias Man Of Felony Theft From His Former Employer

A Brazos County district court jury has convicted a Bedias man of stealing what the trial judge determined was $100,000 dollars of tungsten carbide metal. 51 year old Dennis Surface is the first of two brothers to go to trial on a felony theft charge from their former employer, which is located in south Brazos […]

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