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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!

Three Plea Agreements Announced By Brazos County DA’s Office

A Bryan man’s reaction to hearing his girlfriend say she was ending their relationship has admitted to multiple charges. As part of a plea agreement with the Brazos County district attorney’s office, Logan McMann will have to do at least nine years in prison as part of an 18 year sentence. That’s after the October […]

Bryan Council Continues Debate On City Contribution To Traditions Development

Tuesday night’s Bryan city council meeting included the better part of an hour and a half on the ongoing debate of what the city has spent on the Traditions development since 1998. Councilman Mike Southerland initiated his own investigation in January, which has been criticized by other council members and questioned by city management.   […]

CS School District Returns Recalled Chicken Nuggets

A massive recall of cooked chicken nuggets from Waco-based Pilgrim’s Pride includes the College Station school district. CSISD’s nutrition office received the notice two weeks ago, and since then has not ordered products from the company. The Bryan school district did not have chicken from that company. Click HERE to be directed to the recall […]

More Construction Coming to Texas and Villa Maria

Getting through the busy intersection of Texas and Villa Maria will take longer starting Thursday morning. The city of Bryan says for the next two months, there will be intermittent lane closures to replace traffic signals and install features designed to allow pedestrians a safer crossing.

Tiger Captured In Conroe Headed To A Sanctuary After Theft Attempt

CONROE, Texas (AP) _ A tiger captured after being spotted roaming a residential neighborhood in a Southeast Texas city has been sent to an animal sanctuary _ but not before a suspected overnight bid to steal the animal from the city animal shelter. A police spokeswoman says the young, female tiger captured April 21 by […]

Texas A&M System Board of Regents Asked To Approve $226 Million Of Construction Projects On The Flagship Campus

Update: The Texas A&M System board of regents has approved $226 million dollars of construction projects on the flagship campus. Wednesday’s meeting also included the board approving operating budgets for the 2016-17 school year at the system office and member agencies. Click HERE to read and download the Texas A&M System operating budget summary for […]

B/CS Chamber Job Fair Is Thursday

If you or someone you know is looking for a job, you can check out 55 prospective employers in one location Thursday at the Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce job fair. The chamber’s Kim Dyer says those who make hiring decisions will be participating. She encourages applicants to dress as if you’re going to an […]

Better Business Bureau Scam Alert About Computer Blue Screens

spin on an old computer scam has been reported to the Better Business Bureau. Regional director Bill McGuire says if your computer gets a blue screen with a message to call Microsoft to remove a virus, reboot your computer instead. McGuire says for those who are scammed, that means giving outside access to their computers. […]

Bryan Collegiate Receives TEA Grant

Bryan Collegiate High School, in its ninth year of giving students the opportunity to earn 60 hours of college credit, will be involved in developing similar campuses around the state. Collegiate is among 13 recipients of a Texas Education Agency grant to be a demonstration site for other school districts wanting to start an early […]

Decision Postponed To Record Bryan Councilmen At Community Meetings

The Bryan city council Tuesday night postponed a vote on a request to record all community meetings where councilmembers participate. The proposal from Ben Hardeman and Buppy Simank would have city staff record and produce minutes any time and any where a council member attends and/or addresses any issues that may come before the governing […]

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