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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 Search Home And Nets Large Property Seizure And Three Arrests On Drug Charges

College Station police end a months long investigation Thursday with the search of a home near Edelweiss Gartens park. Officer Tristan Lopez said three residents were arrested on drug charges inside a drug free zone. CSPD seized more than 13 pounds of marijuana and more than 350 ecstasy pills inside the drug free zone. Officers […]

Bryan City Council Gets Bryan Business Council Update On Commercial Activities

This week’s Bryan city council meeting included an annual update on activities from the Bryan Business Council and its four subcommittees. Kenny Lawson of C.C. Creations, who chairs the commercial subcommittee, explained the process of reviewing requests for loans and other assistance. Lawson brought up projects in the Midtown area that includes the purchase of […]

Arrests For Aggravated Assault, A Delivery Driver’s Theft, And Racing On Highway 21

A Bryan man spent six days in jail following his arrest last Friday on charges that include knocking a man unconscious inside a downtown bar. According to the arrest report, Bryan police saw surveillance video from Bar 69 showing 40 year old Eusebio Reyes throw a beer bottle at the victim’s head and punching and […]

College Station Woman Returns To Jail While Awaiting 11 Trials In Brazos County District Court

A College Station woman awaiting 11 trials on criminal charges returns to jail for the 28th time. 27 year old Courtney Renee Jackson is held on bonds totaling $261,000 dollars. According to online records, five of the 11 trials dating back the last two years accuses her of felony theft of up to $2,500 dollars […]

Brazos County Health District Director Says Flu Cases Are Increasing

Representatives of the Brazos County health district continue to visit local governments in their promotion of getting flu shots. Director Santos Navarrette spoke at Tuesday night’s Bryan city council meeting before receiving a proclamation. Navarrette said there are four times the number of flu cases compared to last year at this time. Navarrette said 178 […]

Texas A&M Faculty Senate Discusses Whether Graduates Should Continue Receiving Diplomas At Commencement

On the eve of Texas A&M’s commencement ceremonies for undergraduates, members of the Faculty Senate discuss whether to continue the tradition of giving them their diplomas. This week’s discussion was initiated by former speaker Julie Harlin, who attended last weekend’s commencement for doctoral students, who do not receive diplomas because they have finals this week. […]

Two Candidates File On The First Day Of College Station City Council’s Special Election

Two members of College Station’s planning and zoning commission file on the first day of ten day window for a vacancy on the city council. Elizabeth Cunha and Joe Guerra both joined P&Z last January. That’s after both lost elections for city council in November of last year. They are seeking to serve the remaining […]

Sole Finalist For Brazos County Extension Horticulturist Is Introduced To County Commissioners

Brazos County extension has a sole finalist for horticulture agent. District extension administrator Eric Zimmerman introduced Skip Richter at Tuesday’s county commission meeting. Zimmerman says Richter has 30 years experience with extension in Harris, Travis, and Montgomery counties. Zimmerman said commissioners will take final action next week, with plans for Richter to start next month. […]

Bryan Man’s Plea Agreement To Causing Crash That Killed His Brother Is Pulled Following A DWI Arrest

A Bryan man makes his 53rd visit to the Brazos County jail in 32 years. 55 year old Jesse Flores Jr. was arrested by College Station police Monday night for D-W-I with three prior convictions. This arrest came the same day he entered a plea agreement on a felony charge of causing a crash in […]

B/CS Salvation Army Announce Results Of Annual Mayor’s Ring Off

The Bryan/College Station Salvation Army announces Bryan wins the mayor’s red kettle ring off for the 13th consecutive year. A combined total of more than $6,300 dollars was collected during the noon hour last Saturday. Bryan mayor Andrew Nelson and his supporters collected $3,787.81 and College Station mayor Karl Mooney and his supporters collected $2,549.99. […]

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