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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!

14 Year Old Southeast Texas Boy Accidentally Shoots Twin Brother To Death

DAYTON, Texas (AP) – Authorities say a 14-year-old boy accidentally shot his twin brother to death when he fired at a snake in Southeast Texas. The Liberty County Sheriff’s Office says they don’t anticipate any charges being filed in the shooting Monday afternoon. Sheriff’s officials said one twin died Tuesday night at a Houston hospital. […]

Season Extended To Fish The Gulf Of Mexico For Red Snapper

NEW ORLEANS (AP) _ The U.S. Commerce Department says recreational anglers in the Gulf of Mexico will have 39 more days to fish federal waters for red snapper, a popular catch that’s still recovering from nearly disastrous overfishing. Gulf state officials praised the decision to reopen the federal season off Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and […]

Texas & Brazos Valley Connections To The Baseball Practice Shooting

A Texas congressman and a member of his staff were among those injured following gunfire during practice of a charity baseball game Wednesday morning. Congressman Roger Williams was on crutches after sustaining ankle and leg injuries when he dove into a dugout for cover. Williams said he and his staff member, Zach Barth, hugged each […]

24th Bryan Rotary 10 Business Performance Award Winners Are Announced

For the 24th year, the ten fastest growing small businesses in Brazos County over the last three years were honored Wednesday. At the top of the list of this year’s Bryan Rotary 10 list is a College Station manufacturer of portable energy storage and deployment. The sales growth over the last three years for Exothermix […]

Reactions To Mayors Joint Statement Regarding Future Funding Of Experience BCS Agency

Last Thursday, the mayors of College Station and Bryan issued a joint statement regarding the future funding of Experience BCS, the agency formerly known as the Convention and Visitors Bureau. Quoting the statement: “For some time, the two cities have had concerns about the efficiency and effectiveness of the CVB. Discussions among representatives of both […]

Retirement Announced Of Longtime Prairie View A&M President

Can you name the last four presidents at Texas A&M and the last two interim presidents? That’s the length of the tenure of the president at Prairie View A&M, who announced his retirement Tuesday. The A&M system announced George Wright will step down once an interim is appointed, and will stay at the university as […]

Northbound Freeway Exit At University Is Closed

Some motorists headed north on Rudder Freeway in College Station were caught off-guard Tuesday by the closure of the University Drive exit. The TxDOT Bryan district office reports weather permitting, the exit will reopen Thursday morning. The exit was closed because TxDOT crews are reducing the length of the concrete median on the northbound frontage […]

Bryan Council & Staff Respond To Castle Heights Neighborhood Requests

Two members of the Bryan city council say three and a half years of requests from one neighborhood are not falling on deaf ears. Reuben Marin joined Prentiss Madison, who represents the Castle Heights area east of the freeway along Highway 21, for an update during the council’s June 6th meeting.   Madison said there […]

No Change In Texas A&M System Budgets Following Approval By The Governor

Statement from Governor Abbott: Governor Greg Abbott today signed the 2018-2019 state budget into law. In addition to signing the budget, the Governor vetoed approximately $120 million in spending from the budget. “I am once again signing a budget that addresses the most pressing challenges faced by our state,” said Governor Abbott. “This budget funds […]

Restoration Update Of Downtown Bryan’s Queen Theatre

Regular updates on the continuing restoration of downtown Bryan’s historic Queen Theatre are planned by city councilman Ben Hardeman. Click below for comments the councilman made during last Tuesday’s meeting.  

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