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Shiner Falls To Stamford 41-28
The Shiner Comanches fell short of their bid to become the Class 1A, Division I State Champions, losing to the Stamford Bulldogs, 41-28. Stamford racked up 34 unanswered points in the second half of the game. On Shiner's final possession, an interception allowed the Bulldogs to regain the ball with …
Refugio Football Fury!
Another high school football team is Arlington-bound, as the Refugio Bobcats (14-1) will take on undefeated Cisco (15-0) at AT&T Stadium tonight at 8:00pm for the Class 2A, Division II state championship. You can watch the game on Fox Sports Southwest Plus (Suddenlink Ch. 96...
Shiner Comanches Shine!
Shiner, Texas is well-known for its namesake brand of beers. But these days, Shiner can be proud of another great institution: the Shiner High School Comanches football team is headed to tonight's Class 1A, Division I state championship game to be played at AT&T Stadium (formerly Cowboy…
It’s Tamales Time In Texas!
Yesterday, a nice lady (whose name I did not get--sorry!) came by the radio station, selling homemade tamales. Now, I like them just fine, but my wife, Sweetie, just LOVES tamales! It's traditional around the Christmas season for folks to make and sell homemade tamales, most often to raise a li…
Magic Piano!
Recently, Amtrak put a very special interactive piano into Chicago Union Station. The piano could "react" to people nearby, and even interact with people who played it (and other instruments)! This is sure to make you smile!
Earl Pitts 12/16/13: Santa On The Radar
We're all familiar with the Christmas tradition of the North American Air Defense (NORAD) folks keeping track of Santa's sleigh on its annual trek from the North Pole on Christmas Eve. Well, wouldn't you know, this year, someone is "offended" by this "tradition." Well, all it tak…
Earl Pitts 12/13/13: Fooling Bell Ringers
It's almost unavoidable. Whenever you walk into a mall or good-sized store, you hear a bell ringing. It's always nice to make a donation to the Salvation Army. Earl's complaint is how he feels obligated to drop some money into the red bucket EVERY TIME he encounters one. Earl believes in giving, but…
Earl Pitts 12/12/13: Men Don’t Know Prices
Guys, I think you'll agree with Earl on this one: women tend to be MUCH more aware of prices on things than men. Ladies know what an item sold for last week, last month, and probably last year! And they also know what the "sale" price is. Us guys? Most of us couldn't care…
Earl Pitts 12/11/13: Wife Ain’t “Mommy”
Pet names. Couples use them all of the time. "Honey," "Sweetie," "Handsome," "Baby." Well, you get the idea. However, there are couples who call each other pet names that Earl Pitts finds to be, well...kinda sickening. He explai…
Earl Pitts 12/10/13: Helpful Christmas Rules
Turn on your TV, and you're bound to find some "expert" with a list of "helpful" Christmas rules. From gift suggestions to recipes to Christmas party fashion do's-and-don'ts, you can't go for more than a few minutes without being given some kind of advice for the season. Well, Ea…
Earl Pitts 12/9/13: Magical Spirit of Christmas
Some of the best-loved Christmas stories involve a cold-hearted, mean, spiteful and otherwise not-so-nice person who--once shown the true meaning of Christmas--does a 180 and becomes the sweetest, most loving and generous person you could ever meet. Think Ebeneezer Scrooge from Dickens' A Christmas …
Introducing The “Bass-Ackwards Song!”
Think you know your Country music forwards and backwards? If you do, you could be a winner weekday mornings at 8:20 with Skeeter Nash! Listen for the "Bass-Ackwards Song of the Day" clue...it's a portion of a big Country hit song played backwards. If you guess the right song title, you WIN…

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