Bosque County Blast for February 22, 2021

We’ve put together an episode featuring residents across Bosque County on how they battled the winter storm. For our feature stories today, you’ll hear from Iredell residents that worked hard to band together and overcome adversity during the arctic blast. We’ve got a special segment on a Carter Blood Care Drive in Clifton, and how giving blood can land you free tickets to the Cliftex Theater. We talked to Brett Voss of the Meridian Parks & Recreation Department about the upcoming Chili Cookoff planned this year, a segment to recurring with a growing roster of planned activities and events for the whole family. You’ll also hear heartwarming stories of families that weathered the storm at Uncle Gus’ Marina and Resort, and the extreme generosity they experience during their unplanned stays. Listen in for local events, your arrest report from the Bosque County Sheriff’s Office and specials across Bosque. Look below for some beautiful photos of Uncle Gus’ Marina and Resort, courtesy of Photographer Gerald Crawford.

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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