Leiha White with Aggieland Humane Society shared several current specials for cats and dogs during her regular appearance on The Infomaniacs, Tuesday, 11 June.
On Monday, 10 June, 75th Anniversary Citizens Planning Committee Chair Linda Harvell and the Better Business Bureau President Bill McGuire made a guest appearance on The Infomaniacs to discuss College Station’s upcoming 75th anniversary and ways for citizens to be included in the fun.
As high temperatures continue in the 90′s and triple digit heat is around the corner, Patricia Logan of the College Station Police Department reminds motorists not to leave kids and pets in unattended vehicles.
Downtown Bryan Association Executive Director Sandy Farris gave a teaser for First Friday, as well as for a special movie-themes fundraiser on Saturday, during her appearance on The Infomaniacs, Friday, 7 June.
Colin Killian and Jennifer Nations with the city of College Station discussed upcoming water quality reports, landscape irrigation check-ups, and free events in the city this weekend on Friday, 7 June.
Marty Mulgrew with Parks and Recreation for the city of Bryan discussed kids’ camps on The Infomaniacs, Thursday, June 6.
Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski made his regular appearance to give an update about the city on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, June 5.
U.S. Representative Bill Flores (R-TX) of Bryan made his regular appearance on The Infomaniacs on Wednesday, June 5.
Officer Kelley McKethan of the Bryan Police Department talks about the recent retirement of Officer John Sennett (his professional biography is listed below), the results of last weekend’s benefit softball tournament, reminders about dating violence, and locations of increased traffic enforcement.
Officer John Sennett started with the Bryan Police Department in January 1985. He served as a patrol officer for four years before transferring to the Criminal Investigation Division as a Detective in 1989. In 1995 Officer Sennett returned to the Patrol Division where he patrolled the streets of Bryan for 10 years. In 2005 Officer Sennett transferred to the Support Services Division where he served as a School Resource Officer working in the Bryan Independent School system with our local youth. Officer John Sennett finished out his career as one of two School Resource Officers for the Bryan High School Campus.
During his career, John received recognition for his exceptional work and service to the community:
1985 Received recognition for the apprehension of Robbery suspects in the Piggly Wiggly robbery.
1985 Supervisor’s Commendation for his response to a potentially violent situation.
1986 Chief of Police Commendation: Employee of the Month for solving a rash of burglaries and evacuating residents due to house fire.
1987 Received recognition for his assistance in the Kandy Kirtland Kidnapping and murder case.
1988 Officer of the Month for arresting an armed suspect shortly after a convenience store robbery.
1988 Commended for arrest of a serial rapist who was convicted in the first DNA case in Brazos County.
1989 Received recognition for his assistance in Robbery/Murder at Schulman 6 Theater.
1990 Letter of recognition from the FBI for the apprehension of escaped federal prisoner.
1990 Certificate of Recognition from Chief Phelps.
1993 Departmental Citation for his work on numerous convenience store robberies.
1996 Departmental Citation for his work on the Bryan Public Library arson case.
2004 Letter of Commendation from Chief Strope for burglary investigation on Victory St.
2006 Police Commendation for the Taqueria Arandas robbery.
Uri Geva and Betsy Nohavitza with the Brazos Valley Bombers chat with the Infomaniacs about this season’s Bomber baseball on Monday, 3 June.