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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: A&M Student Struck By An Accused Intoxicated Driver Is In Critical Condition, And The Driver Is Out Of Jail On Bond

The 17 year old driver of a SUV accused of striking and critically injuring a pedestrian early Saturday morning near Texas and University is out of jail. Pedro Damion Puga of Bryan posted bonds totaling $26,000 dollars on Sunday. Puga was caught by College Station police following a brief foot chase at the Tejas Center […]

College Station Animal Control Looking For A Dog & Bryan Police Looking For People Who Used A Stolen Credit Card

College Station animal control is looking for a a white Pomeranian dog that bit someone Monday morning around 8:20 in the Pebble Creek subdivision near Whistling Straits Drive and Royal Adelade Loop. The dog was being walked by an older white woman. Anyone with information is asked to call College Station police at 979-764-3600. Bryan […]

Local Governments Recognize The 125th Anniversary Of The Woman’s Club Of Bryan

The 125th anniversary of The Bryan Woman’s Club was recognized at the last Bryan city council meeting. A joint proclamation with the city of the College Station and Brazos County was read by Bryan mayor Andrew Nelson. The organization was originally organized in 1895 by 20 women of the “Mutual Improvement Circle”. Among other things, […]

Bryan Council Hires Its Second Superpark Project Manager

The Bryan city council is in the process of spending almost $400,000 dollars in the first year and a half on private firms hired to administer the construction of the new superpark. The council at its last meeting, without comment, unanimously approved a 12 month contract for an amount not to exceed $168,000 dollars with […]

College Station Firefighters Respond To Two Apartment Fires

College Station firefighters respond to a pair of apartment fires in a 25 hour period which resulted in no injuries. Monday morning just after one a.m., an electrical fire in an exhaust fan generated enough smoke to cause residents to be relocated from their home at the Sonoma apartments on Dartmouth near Harvey. And Sunday […]

Third Visit To The Brazos County Jail In Six Weeks For A Huntsville Man Who Is Awaiting Seven Trials

A Huntsville man awaiting seven trials in Brazos County district court makes his third appearance in jail in the last six weeks and the 29th time in 17 years. Texas A&M police received a call last Wednesday afternoon from the victim of a stolen bicycle who saw it for sale on the internet. That led […]

Tonight Is City Of College Station’s First “Community Conversation”, Talking About Thomas Park

The city of College Station’s first “community conversation” with those interested in city topics is Monday night. The city communications director, Jay Socol, says the initial topic is the future of Thomas Park. The event begins at 7 p.m. at Lincoln Recreation Center. Child care will be provided. While elected and appointed officials may be […]

Gunfire During A College Station Apartment Burglary

College Station police announce an apartment burglary Saturday afternoon ended with gunfire. The victim, who lives on Deacon Drive West between General Parkway and Airborne Avenue, told officers he fired three shots at three black men who entered the apartment through an unlocked backdoor. The shots did not appear to strike the suspects, the victim […]

One Wellborn Road Crash Results In A Death, Another Results In No Injuries

Saturday update: Bryan police announce the driver who died was 21 year old William Zachary Elder of Mineral Wells. Update Friday 9 p.m. Wellborn Road in Bryan between the College Station city limits and the Old College/F&B Road intersection was closed more than four hours on Friday following a three vehicle crash that killed one […]

Semi Driver From Bryan Killed In Burleson County Train Collision

A Bryan man was killed after the semi he was driving was struck by a train Friday during the noon hour in Burleson County. The department of public safety reported the collision was just outside of Somerville on Taylor Road. The westbound semi driven by 51 year old Anthony Jones was hit by a northbound […]

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