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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!

Recapping 2nd College Station School Board Special Meeting On Changing Boundaries

The College Station school board made two decisions at the second of three special meetings addressing changes in attendance boundaries of fifth through 12th grade campuses. The biggest hurdle was a 5-2 consensus splitting students from three middle schools into two high schools. That consensus was identified by superintendent Clark Ealy following a 90 minute […]

Bryan Police Investigating Two More C-Store Armed Robberies

In the last five weeks, there have been seven armed robberies at convenience stores in Bryan. Two took place Wednesday in a 13 hour period. Police believe different suspects were involved. No one was hurt in either holdup. The first was at 9:20 in the morning at Sodalak’s Grocery on Highway 21. The second was […]

CHI St. Joseph Health Recognizes Congressman Bill Flores

News release from CHI St. Joseph Health: CHI St. Joseph Health hosted Congressman Bill Flores and representatives from GE Healthcare Thursday, as Congressman Flores was recognized by The Medical Imaging and Technology Alliance, the imaging industry’s trade association in Washington, DC. The organization honored Congressman Flores for his instrumental role in securing a two-year suspension […]

Bryan School District Releases Separation Agreement With Tommy Wallis

The Bryan school district Wednesday afternoon released the voluntary separation agreement approved by the school board and former superintendent Tommy Wallis. The agreement does not contain any information of what led to the deal. Click HERE to read and download the voluntary separation agreement, furnished by the Bryan school district. WTAW News has asked Wallis […]

Brazos County Commissioners Hear From Residential Opponents To Crude Oil Transport Station

The first hour of Tuesday’s Brazos County Commission meeting was taken by opponents to the construction of an oil company’s transport station off Highway 30 and Roans Chapel Road in suburban College Station. 17 speakers, in varying degrees of intensity, called on restricting to banning semi traffic going in and out of the Sunoco Logistics […]

Bryan City Council To Consider Refunding Property Tax Penalties And Interest

Last week’s Bryan city council meeting included a public speaker requesting the city waive penalties and interest for those who mailed last year’s tax statements to the old tax office and they arrived late to the new tax office. Gary Welch says county commissioners, who initially decided their request, reconsidered and refunded the penalties and […]

United Way Of The Brazos Valley Thanks Those Involved In “Over The Edge” Event

From United Way of the Brazos Valley: Over $120,000 was raised through United Way of the Brazos Valley’s fundraising event Over the Edge Brazos Valley hosted at the Hilton Hotel & Conference Center on September 8, 2016. Over The Edge Brazos Valley provided 50 individuals the opportunity to rappel from the rooftop of the Hilton […]

President Michael Young Gives State of Texas A&M University Address

The 140th year of Texas A&M University was the theme of President Michael Young’s state of the university speech. Tuesday’s address in the Arthur E. Martell Lecture Hall of the Chemistry Building detailed what Young called “three strategic imperatives”…transformational learning, discovery and innovation, and the impact on the state of Texas, the nation, and the […]

Pink Alliance Update

The first of two annual fundraisers for the Pink Alliance breast cancer support group took place Monday. The featured speaker at another sellout “Surviving and Thriving” luncheon was international jewelry designer Kendra Scott. While she has not had cancer, her stepfather died of brain cancer and a close friend died of breast cancer earlier this […]

B/CS Observance Of Fallen Texas Firefighters

Firefighters from the twin cities gathered Monday to remember five others around the state who lost their lives on the job over the last 12 months. Speakers at the annual fallen firefighters memorial program included College Station interim fire chief Joe Warren and Bryan fire chief Randy McGregor. Click below to listen to the program […]

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