SPECIAL EPISODE: K. Cockrell Family Fun Day

In this episode, we talk to Bosque County locals about an important upcoming event, the K. Cockrell Family Fun Day. Listen in for more, and see how you can get involved in this event to benefit Clifton ISD seniors with scholarships.

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Bosque County Blast for February 1, 2021

In this episode, we hear from Owner Tracey Byrd of Blossom Shoppe Etc about Valentine’s Day traditions in floral bouquets, and even gifts for the man cave. You’ll hear from the co-founder of Abigail’s Place, and what the organization continues to do for women in Bosque County. The group addresses challenges women face such as parenting, weight loss and even more serious issues like domestic violence. We cover local upcoming events like the Healthy Kids Running Series registration, Chili Cookoff in Meridian, and of course, events to share with that someone special. You’ll hear from Linda Lucas Hardy, a master color pencil artist who uses sandpaper, Prismacolors, draft film and both sides of the paper to create depth and full-blown works of art.

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Bosque County Blast for November 30, 2020

In this episode, we talk to County Judge Don Pool about what Commissioners Court has accomplished, plans for the future, and what Bosque County will look like in 10 years. We’ll take a look at some local events coming up this holiday season and visit the 4th Annual Thanksgiving Dinner at the Corner Drug Cafe. Listen in for the local news around Bosque County.

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Bosque County Blast for October 28, 2020

In this episode, we hear from Dr. Kaki and Kyle Nicotre of Clifton Veterinary Clinic, Lewis Stansell on the Nellie Pederson Civic Library, Angela Smith of Clifton Main Street on Halloween, and many more. This

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Bosque County Blast for October 20, 2020

In this episode, we talk to Dr. Julie Merriman of Dragonfly Therapy, visit the Lee Greenwood concert and Trump for America Rally at Uncle Gus Marina and Resort, and talk to Clifton Feed about some history behind the business and Clifton. We look into Trick or Treat with Clifton Main Street, take a look at upcoming games this week, and hear from Clifton Police Chief Trace Hendricks about a recent pursuit and arrest. We’ve got local news, events and more for Bosque County. Hit play to find out.

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News Blast Podcast for October 13, 2020

In this episode, we talk to new Executive Director Erin Shields of the Bosque Museum, visit a costume contest and pumpkin patch at Bosque Animal Rescue Kennels, and talk to a firefighter of Meridian ISD about recent events in the area. We deliver some news about rabies from the City of Meridian, updates with the Bosque Arts Center, and more We spoke to Clifton Police Chief Trace Hendricks, Coach Wade Morton of Meridian Athletics, parade organizers and many more. We’ve got a lot of news jam-packed into this week’s episode. Listen in for your local arrest report, sports, a local guitar maker, and the big news this week around Bosque County.

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Bosque County Blast for September 21, 2020

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In this episode, we visit the John A. Lomax Amphitheater in Meridian, Texas for a special dedication ceremony, take a look at local events at Uncle Gus Marina and an art contest open to Bosque residents, and a dead zebra discovered by a landowner looking for who’s responsible. We take a look at football games last week, games this week, and the local arrest report.

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SPECIAL EPISODE: Last Call: A tribute to Wallace Sedberry

In this episode, we highlight members of the Bosque County Community in remembering Wallace Sedberry. We talked to members of the Clifton Volunteer Fire Department, Trace Hendricks of the Clifton Police Department, Bobby Taylor of

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Bosque County Blast for August 27, 2020

In this episode, we talk to community members across Clifton about the impact and recent loss of Wallace Sedberry. As a firefighter, worker, and performer at the Bosque Arts Center’s Tin Building Theatre, he touched the lives of many and knew nearly all. We talked to Jackie Merski of Bosque Animal Rescue Kennels, take a look at local sports events coming up today and tomorrow, and hear from Bosque County Delegates Daniel Yguerabide and C.R. Sinderud on their roles and the vote this year. They talk the Bosque Republican Party and the importance of voting on both sides of the aisle.

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Bosque County Blast for August 24, 2020

In this episode, we head to Meridian State Park to talk a new trail there, home to a unique variety of wildlife. We also talk to Amy Arthur of Lutheran Sunset Ministries on a new pen pal program there. We’ll hear everything you need to know about hunting and fishing licenses from Steve Conrad of Clifton Feed, in addition to our coverage of the big celebration Saturday at Uncle Gus Marina and Resort. We spoke to Steven and Lisa Payne of Hackberry Acres, a new RV park that seems more like a retreat. From food truck owners to participants in the boat parade across Lake Whitney, we’ve got it all. Last, we deliver the local arrest report and hear from students, parents and Head Coach Chuck Caniford on the scrimmage against Whitney last Thursday. Tune in and listen, this episode is action-packed.

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