Bosque County Blast for November 13, 2020

A Vietnam Veteran pauses in front of the Veterans Memorial in Cranfills Gap. The granite stone in front lists names of those lost in the same conflict.

In this episode of the Bosque County Blast, we talked to those behind the Veterans Memorial and Dedication Ceremony held this week in Cranfills Gap. State Representative DeWayne Burns, the Cranfills Gap Chamber of Commerce, and many more were present. They honored more than 650 names of the fallen. We also talked to Renee Kettler about a new running event in Clifton. You’ll hear a fish tale from Uncle Gus’ Marina and Resort, and we speak to officials about some upcoming holiday plans in Meridian. The City of Meridian requests volunteers. Tune in for your New Blast Podcast. 

Arthur DeVitalis

Arthur DeVitalis has been in and out of Bosque County since he was a child, and grew up deep in the heart of Texas. He's been a resident of the Hill Country and central Texas for 21 years. He came from Toronto, Ontario to small-town Texas. Today as a Texanadian, Arthur is a journalism graduate of the University of Texas of Austin, a visual storyteller, audio producer, editor, publisher and writer. He's inspired by local history, individuals that unify people to serve others, and art in every medium.

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