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Skeeter Nash

Hometown: Fresno, CA (where it all started at a 5,000 watt radio station). Birthday: August 15. Sign: Neon. Marital Status: Married to Sweetie Nash. Pets: 2 dogs, 2 cats. Favorite Artist: I’m really not into art. Favorite All-Time CD: The one that paid the highest interest rate. Oh, wait…you mean music? The Pilgrim by Marty Stuart. It's a masterpiece. Favorite Song Lyric: “I’ll be somewhere down in Texas, if you’re looking for me…” First Concert Attended: The Edgar Winter Group w/Bad Company opening, 1974. Yeah…I’m old. So? Favorite Food: Anything Italian (my wife says she could put red sauce on an old shoe and I’d probably eat it!), but Mexican runs a close second. Favorite Local Restaurant: Let me try a few, and I’ll report back. Favorite Local Hangout: Wherever there’s good, LIVE Country music! Favorite Actor: Kelsey Grammar. Favorite Movie: That Thing You Do! Favorite TV Show: It used to be 24, but lately it’s been Touch and The Voice. Favorite Sports Team: The Sugar Land Skeeters. Favorite Website: Facebook, where I spend entirely too much time! Nickname Growing Up: Isn’t “Skeeter” enough of a nickname? People Would Be Shocked If They Knew: I was a founding member of the (original) Boy Howdy Band! Hobbies: I’m a licensed amateur radio operator (General class, call sign: N5ASH); I’m also a singing drummer and award-winning songwriter!
Club at Colony Creek
Club at Colony Creek
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Free Ladies Golf Clinic

The Club at Colony Creek (301 Colony Creek Drive in Victoria) is offering a free ladies golf clinic from 6 to 7 p.m. on Wednesdays, for a limited time. The instructor is Matt Fawkes. Participants do not need to register for the clinic

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Photo © 2009 Skeeter Nash
Photo © 2009 Skeeter Nash
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17 Things ‘Nashville’ Gets Really Wrong About Nashville

The ABC-TV hit drama series, Nashville, has brought a lot of attention to the Music City itself, with the show being shot on location, incorporating real places (and a few fictional ones) and real Country artists and other celebrities into the episodes.

Now, to be honest, I haven't seen one full episode, because it comes on WAY past my bedtime! But I found this article to be very interesting, as I lived there myself from 2000-2003. I, like so many, had to get there to find out what Twang Town was all about. But like so much of TV and the movies, some "artistic liberties" have been taken with Nashville.

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Compilation: Songs That Mention George Strait

You hear us say this on the air all the time: "We're the only station that plays a George Strait song for you every hour..." Here in South Texas, it's difficult to find anybody who doesn't at least LIKE "King George," and frankly, most folks LOVE his music! So do a lot of other artists and songwriters. How many other songs "name-drop" the King of Country Music? This video contains a few!

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Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images
Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images
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Hilarious SWA Flight Attendant

I've flown Southwest Airlines several times over the years, and quite often, their flight attendants are downright hilarious! They make what would otherwise be a boring, mundane safety announcement VERY entertaining! See for yourself in this video!

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Thyroid Disease Support Group

Phoenix Johnson, a financial counselor who has fought thyroid disease for more than 20 years, is starting a support group.

"It's tough to find information and support systems," Johnson says. "I've done massive amounts of research, and I want to share all I've learned with others

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© Skeeter Nash
© Skeeter Nash
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Skeeter’s Found a Home!

If you read a post I put up here last week, you know that my wife Sweetie and I have been hunting for a house to rent in Victoria. Well, y'all can stop searching for us now...we've found a home! It's a nice house on the northeast side of Victoria, with plenty of room for me, Sweetie, my "bonus" son, Kris (who lives with us due to a physical disability), our three dogs and 2 cats. We hope to be all moved in before the end of April.

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© 2014 Skeeter Nash
© 2014 Skeeter Nash
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Heartbleed Hit List: Passwords You Need to Change Right Now

This has been a big news story for the past day or so: an encryption flaw (basically, a "hole" in the security of some websites) called the "Heartbleed" bug has been discovered. The initial reports I heard made it sound like you needed to change ALL of your website passwords; but apparently, that's not the case. Here's a breakdown of which of the websites' passwords you should change, and the ones you don't necessarily need to.

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Photo © Skeeter Nash
Photo © Skeeter Nash
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A GREAT Explanation of What It’s Like to Have ADHD

Although I've never had an "official" diagnosis, those who know me know that I pretty much "fit the profile" of one with ADD. The "hyperactive" part is probably not applicable to me, but I can tell you after I read this, I thought, "Finally! Someone who 'gets' what goes on in my head!" Check it out, and see if you agree!

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Photo © 2013 Skeeter Nash
Photo © 2013 Skeeter Nash
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Skeeter Heard Worldwide On Newsline

Once again this week, KIXS 108 Morning Show host Skeeter Nash will be anchoring the Amateur Radio Newsline® report, heard around the world, over the ham radio airwaves, and online at www.arnewsline.org. This is a valuable service to ham radio operators worldwide, with reports coming in from all around the globe. A dedicated group of volunteers produce these reports, and they use their background in broadcast radio and/or television to give these weekly updates a very

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Texas A&M University
Texas A&M University
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Lecture: Ancient DNA by Dr. Kelly Graf

Fascinating stuff! The ancient skeleton of a child was discovered near the village of Mal’ta in south-central Siberia in the late-1920's. A recent DNA analysis of the skeleton, believed to be 24,000 years old, has shown that the Mal’ta child’s people were ancestors of modern Native Americans, suggesting First Americans came directly from Siberia.

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Yoakum Heritage Museum
Yoakum Heritage Museum
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2014 Spring Heritage Quilt Show

The Yoakum Heritage Museum is having the 2014 Spring Heritage Quilt Show now through April 15th, opening on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1-4 p.m. and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Special arrangements may be made for groups of 10 or more.

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