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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!

12th Man Foundation to Hold Candlelight Memorial for Noel and Mac Devin

The 12th Man Foundation is hosting a candlelight vigil Saturday evening to remember Noel and Mac Devin, who were killed in a house fire started by an accused arsonist. The public is invited to the program, starting Saturday at 8 p.m. on the Zone Plaza between Kyle Field and the Memorial Student Center. Following the […]

CS Council Approves Additional CVB Event Grants

The College Station city council has approved a request from the Convention and Visitors Bureau to award more grants with money from the hotel occupancy tax. Added to unspent funds, $59,377 will go to 12 events through mid-July that will have a projected economic impact of ten million dollars. It’s the second time this fiscal […]

More Freeway Construction Activity Starts Sunday

Two more snags are coming for those driving the Earl Rudder Freeway. TxDOT’s Bob Colwell says the Rock Prairie exits will be closed in both directions parts of Sunday and Monday as part of the expanding the Rock Prairie bridge. And beginning Tuesday, the northbound on and off ramps from University will be closed for […]

Kevin O’Connor Kommentary April 10

Historical Marker Dedication Saturday Morning at Bryan City Cemetery

You’re invited to Saturday’s dedication of the newest historical marker in Brazos County. Historical Commission chairman Henry Mayo says the marker, at the Bryan city cemetery, recognizes 161 Confederate veterans who were instrumental in the development of Bryan. The dedication program starts at 11 a.m. at the Astin Chapel, followed by a procession to the […]

Link Between Fracking and Earthquakes Found in Ohio

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) _ State geologists in Ohio have for the first time linked earthquake activity in the Marcellus Shale basin to hydraulic fracturing, confirming the suspicions of activists pushing for drilling limits in the interest of public health. State Oil & Gas Chief Rick Simmers told The Associated Press on Friday that a state […]

Bryan Man Sought by Brazos County Sheriff’s and Bryan Police Officers

A Bryan man sought by the Brazos County Sheriff’s Office is also on the new Bryan Police Department’s ten most wanted list. And Brazos County Crimestoppers has offered a $500 cash reward for information leading to the arrest of Roy Edward Arevalo Jr. during the week of April 9, 2014 through April 16, 2014. The […]

Bryan City Council Receives Texas Reds Festival Update

The Bryan City Council has learned of more changes being made to the Texas Reds Festival. The update was given by representatives of the Downtown Bryan Association (DBA), which is in charge for the first time. The festival, which will be the last Saturday and Sunday in September, will cover less of downtown Bryan. The […]

Witnesses Sought in Burleson County Crash

A head on crash in Burleson County Wednesday afternoon sent both drivers to the hospital with severe injuries. DPS trooper Jimmy Morgan says this was on FM 50 between FM 60 and Highway 21. Morgan says they’re looking for witnesses who may have seen what happened. Morgan says one of the witnesses pulled out one […]

Changes For This Year’s Texas A&M Parents Weekend

Kyle Field construction means new locations for two events this weekend at Texas A&M University. Sunday’s Kyle Field Day, showcasing the work of more than 50 organizations, will be staged at Olsen Field. Rachel Rosenberg, class of 2017, represents FISH, A&M’s Freshmen In Service and Hosting organization. They’re the sponsors of Sunday’s event from noon […]



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