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It's fun to pick on the boys in the office, fun to play music, and fun to talk to you all day at work. Thanks for listening! I grew up in a one-stoplight town in rural Nebraska. My whole family still lives there and I love going back to visit them, but I also love Texas. Barbecue, fajitas, and great live music....it's the place to be. I've lived in Texas for 16 years now. Austin, Dallas, and here. I've worked in radio from the moment I graduated from college. (The University of Nebraska...Go Huskers!) I've been on a hundred stations at one point or another. I just love radio. Other things I love....let's see. Blue ink. Black bores me a bit. I love cheddar cheese and barbecue sauce and anything that the two happen to touch. I fall asleep in almost every movie I attempt to watch I have made it through Eat, Pray, Love and Mr. Wright. I like chick flicks. I have an awesome family and love spending time with them. You'll probably hear me talk about my daughters on the air. They're toddler girls who exhaust me, crack me up, and amaze me because I don't think I was ever that smart. I have two miniature schnauzers too. Thanks for stopping by. Now tell me about you.
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Texas Forestry Association Celebrates 100 Years

The Texas Forestry Association is holding its annual conference next week in Lufkin at the Pitser Garrison Conference Center, and speakers will cover everything from the economics of forests to conservation efforts.

It's a landmark year.  This year marks the 100th year that the group has been in existence.

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Instagram: Colleen Crowley
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Johnny Manziel’s Girlfriend Hangs Out With Browns’ Fans

Johnny Manziel hasn't started a game yet for the Cleveland Browns yet this season, but he had the number one-selling jersey in the NFL for a time, and he's got a girlfriend that's garnering some attention.  Even if he never takes a snap, it's still a good season!

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Homes In This Texas City Are Priced Way Too High

We all want our homes to be worth big bucks, right?  But of course with that comes the obligation to pay higher taxes and such.  High home values aren't always a win-win, and sky-rocketing values don't come without a cost.

A new report says one Texas city has the most over-priced homes in the entire country, and those homes are priced about 19 percent higher than they should be.  

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After #Bendgate, Another Hazard for iPhone Users.

Oh, you poor iPhone users.   After you got past the issues a couple of weeks ago with the slight bend in the phone, now there's something new to worry about.

The slight bend was caused when users put the phone in their back pockets, and discovered the phone didn't mesh well with skinny jeans and rumps.  And now have you heard that the new iPhone might leave you with a bald spot the side of your head?

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Lufkin Man Makes Knives With History

It's one thing to make knives.

That's a skill most people just don't have, and something that takes a lot of time, attention, and craftsmanship.  And how about knives made with the steel from American battleships?  Those are truly unique.

Richardson Knives in Lufkin is selling the one-of-a-kind knives, crafted by Perry Richardson, who says on his website he's been making knives since 1989.  

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The Culinary Geek, Flickr
The Culinary Geek, Flickr
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Halloween Events Planned in Lufkin

Here are a few ideas about events happening around Lufkin around Halloween, so you and the kids can plan accordingly. Don't miss out!

The last week of October is always a busy one for trick-or-treaters, and parents have to make choices about which organized events to attend; or mix some of those events in while also taking the kids house-to-house for candy in the neighborhood.

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The Texas A&M Cannon Will Fire Again

A touchdown in College Station means you'll hear the boom, right?  It's been a tradition for 30 years to set off a cannon each time the Aggies score a touchdown.  But the cannon was silenced last weekend because of "safety concerns" at the new and improved Kyle Field.

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