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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!

College Station Police Chase Stolen Car To Hearne

Two men are being sought after College Station police chased a stolen car to Hearne Saturday night. According to a CSPD news release, a patrol officer driving in the area of Southwest Parkway and Potomac Place spotted what was described as a suspicious vehicle. What made the vehicle suspicious was not disclosed. A check of […]

One Killed, One Injured After Semi Overturns And Its Trailer Lands On Top Of The Cab

A blown tire on one semi led to evasive action by the driver of a second semi that turned deadly. The Friday afternoon incident on the freeway near University resulted in the death of a passenger in the second semi and the driver being flown by helicopter to a local hospital for treatment of incapacitating […]

Friday Afternoon Vegetation Fire Outside A College Station Bank Building

The College Station fire department received multiple calls Friday afternoon of a loud boom followed by smoke and fire near The Bank and Trust at Texas and Manuel. The first CSFD engine arrived within two minutes and extinguished a vegetation fire that was apparently caused by sparking or arcing electrical equipment. The bank building was […]

College Station City Council Agrees To Consider Request To Return Soccer Goals At Anderson Park

There are bleachers, but there are no soccer goals at College Station’s Anderson Park. And the city council was asked at its last meeting to bring back the goals. Four speakers during the public comment portion of the council included a Consolidated high school graduate Carlos Espina, and his father, Texas A&M professor Eduardo Espina. […]

College Station School Board Revisiting Rezoning Policy

While the College Station school district is not currently involved in adding campuses or changing boundaries, the school board this week started discussing any possible changes to its policy on campus populations. The board’s newest member, Amanda Green, got no traction on her idea to add a grandfathering clause to CSISD’s “FC Local” attendance policy […]

Arrests Follow A Rollover Crash, A Day Care Center Lockdown, And Two Thefts

The driver of a SUV that rolled in the parking lot of two north Bryan businesses Thursday night was arrested for DWI. It’s the second time in five days and the 23rd time in 13 years that 35 year old Angela Lara has been in the Brazos County jail. According to the Bryan police arrest […]

Early Morning House Fire Displaces College Station Resident

College Station firefighters didn’t have far to go to respond to a house fire that was reported at 3:30 Friday morning. Firefighters from station two at Harvey Mitchell Parkway and Rio Grande saw flames as they arrived at the scene on Laredo Court. The occupant was outside the home and was not hurt, but they […]

City Of College Station Hosts Texas Weekend Of Remembrance

The city of College Station is hosting its second Texas Weekend of Remembrance this weekend. Free commemorative events are scheduled from Friday through Sunday at Veterans Park. The event is for military members, veterans, their families, and everyone who wants to honor fallen heroes and celebrate the freedoms granted by their sacrifice. Click HERE to […]

Texas A&M President Is Praised As He Is Notified Of Changing Format Of Future Contract Extension

Texas A&M’s president, who is barely into the fourth and final year of his first contract, has no problem with a change in how his future employment is written. In response to a letter from system chancellor John Sharp, Michael Young says it is the right path for him to have an annual appointment letter […]

Texas A&M’s New Athletic Director Is Ross Bjork

From Texas A&M: Texas A&M University President Michael K. Young announced today that Ross Bjork will be the institution’s new Director of Athletics. Bjork, who currently serves as Director of Athletics at the University of Mississippi, will succeed Scott Woodward, who left in April. Bjork will be formally welcomed and introduced in College Station on […]

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