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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!

UPDATE: George H.W. and Barbara Bush Are Hospitalized

Update Saturday, January 21 2017:   Update Friday at 12:20 p.m. Family spokesman Jim McGrath says former President George H.W. Bush is breathing on his own “with minimal supplemental oxygen.” Barbara Bush is expected to remain hospitalized “over the weekend as a precaution.” Mr. and Mrs. Bush were joined by their son Neil and daughter […]

Biocorridor Groundbreaking of ViaSat’s Texas Headquarters

Groundbreaking took place Thursday morning in the biocorridor on the new home of the Texas operations of a worldwide broadband services and technology company, which began in Bryan in 1996. ViaSat Wireless, which acquired Net Near You in 2014, currently has 130 jobs with a payroll of $7 million dollars. ViaSat plans to double those […]

College Station City Council Revisiting Roadway Impact Fees

The city of College Station has identified $207 million dollars of street needs in the next ten years. As previously reported, this is the first month of a roadway maintenance fee that is part of College Station utility bills. Two months ago, the College Station city council approved a roadway impact fee on the construction […]

Brazos County Commissioners Pass Resolution Opposing Texas Supreme Court Charging For Locally Produced Documents

Brazos County Commissioners are opposed to the state supreme court charging for records that originate at the county level. County judge Duane Peters says this comes after Brazos County paid a lot of money to upgrade its computer software for court records.   In addition to a resolution approved by commissioners, district court clerk Marc […]

Details About Tommy Wallis’s New Job And His Lawsuit Vs. BISD & Texas AG

Before the end of January, we could learn if a district judge in Austin will release documents and/or recordings that former Bryan school district superintendent Tommy Wallis says will damage his reputation. WTAW News received what’s been filed so far in Wallis’s lawsuit against the Texas Attorney General’s office and Bryan ISD. Wallis says in […]

Brazos County Commission Appoints New Blinn College Trustee

Brazos County has a new representative on the Blinn College board of trustees. County commissioners without discussion and without dissent named Tammy Spohn to succeed Nancy Berry…who stepped down after she was elected to the county board. Spohn, the chief nursing officer at Baylor Scott and White medical center in College Station, joined Blinn’s Brazos […]

District Court Sentences For Two Former Aggie Football Players, A Drug Seller, & An Unregistered Sex Offender

Two former Texas A&M football players have both admitted to the armed robbery of three people who thought they were paying the players $1,500 dollars for marijuana. Darian Claiborne was booked in the Brazos County jail earlier this month and will transfer to a state prison to serve a ten year sentence. Isaiah Golden was […]

Bryan ISD School Bus Rear Ended, No Students Injured

A Bryan school district bus was rear ended after school Wednesday afternoon. DPS reports none of the 12 students on the bus or the bus driver were injured. The driver of a pickup was taken to a Bryan hospital. Troopers were sent to the intersection of Tabor Road/FM 974 and FM 2776 northeast of Bryan […]

UPDATE: Arrest Made In Three CS Armed Robberies In 30 Minutes

Update: A College Station who according to online Brazos County jail records has been arrested 25 times since 2003 is now accused of committing three armed robberies in a 30 minute span Tuesday evening. 30 year old Stacey Lynn Bradshaw, according to the online jail records, was also arrested for criminal trespassing and warrants from […]

Former Bryan City Councilmen Join Neighborhood’s Continuing Requests For Assistance

On a regular basis for the last couple of years, the public comment portion of Bryan city council meetings have included requests from residents of the Castle Heights neighborhood, who live along Highway 21 east of the freeway. At the last council meeting, there were eight who asked again for city assistance. Two of those […]

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