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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!

Bryan Council Approves Housing Developers Request Three Years After Saying No

Developers of a large west Bryan housing subdivision have received city council approval for changes, including one that was rejected by the council three and a half years ago. Three and a half years ago, the council gave the go ahead for the Edgewater subdivision, located behind the Autumn Lakes subdivision north of Villa Maria. […]

UPDATE: Bryan Man On DPS Ten Most Wanted Fugitive List Is Captured

Update: More information is known about Wednesday’s capture of a Bryan man who was added a week ago to the state’s top ten most wanted fugitives list. According to the DPS arrest report, a trooper made a traffic stop in their parking lot off the freeway in north Bryan after seeing a SUV with a […]

18 Year Old Arrested For Drunk Driving Crash That Killed One Passenger And Injured Two Others

An 18 year old College Station man is accused of drunk driving in a crash last month in Bryan that killed one passenger and injured two others. Michael Augustus Krause was driving a pickup that police investigators estimate was going more than 80 miles per hour during the midnight hour on January 28th on Traditions […]

Bryan School Board Selects Three Superintendent Candidates For A Second Round Of Interviews

Three candidates for the Bryan school district’s superintendent opening will have a second interview next week. The school board’s unanimous vote followed a two and a half hour executive session this afternoon where there was a review of seven interviews last week. School board president Trey Moore says veteran board members told him that they […]

Displaced Storm Victims In Robertson County Are Asked To Contact Emergency Management Office

Robertson County property owners are invited to report damage from this week’s storms. A message from emergency management coordinator Bill Huggins says those who were displaced may be eligible for assistance. More information is available by calling 979-828-6653.

Texas A&M System Board Of Regents React To Flagship Campus Proposed Master Plan

The Texas A&M System Board of Regents has had its first look at the next master plan for the flagship campus. Comments during a presentation earlier this month included the future of the Texas A&M golf course, which underwent a $5 million dollar renovation four years ago. President Michael Young told the regents he considers […]

Blue Bell President Is Retiring & His Successor Is Named

BRENHAM, Texas (AP) — Blue Bell Creameries says it’s elevating its vice president of sales and marketing, Ricky Dickson, to replace the retiring Paul Kruse as president of the Brenham-based ice cream maker. Dickson becomes the first non-Kruse family member to lead the company since the family took over Blue Bell in 1919. Dickson has […]

UPDATE: Blinn College Trustees Hold Annual Meeting In Bryan

UPDATE: all action items listed in the preview story below were approved on unanimous votes. The yearly visit of the Blinn College board of trustees on the Bryan campus is tonight, Tuesday February 21. More business about workforce training is on the agenda. The Blinn board will consider spending $75,000 thousand dollars to help pay […]

Grand Opening of Baylor Scott & White College Station Cancer Center Is Wednesday Afternoon

Baylor Scott & White’s (BSW) medical center in College Station now includes a 10,000 square foot cancer center. BSW College Station region president Jason Jennings says the grand opening of the $6.1 million dollar facility is Wednesday afternoon. The reception and open house, which includes a Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting, starts at 4:30. Jennings […]

CS Council To Consider Northgate “Front Porch” Honoring Robert Earl Keen & Lyle Lovett

A bronze porch could be coming to Northgate, honoring the music tradition in College Station’s entertainment district. This Thursday’s College Station city council meeting includes a proposal to create a front porch featuring musicians Robert Earl Keen and Lyle Lovett. City communications director Jay Socol says the idea originated last year by a features writer […]

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