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Our main mission is to provide you with the best of classic country music, all day and every day.  We have short one or so minute news and weather and community calendar bulletins, but longer stories are not included in our regular music programming.

But, as a station keen to provide local information and content, we use new podcasting technology to also offer you longer features about items of interest to you and the rest of our listening community.

To hear these special podcast features, please click the links below.


Our Grand Opening CeremonyOn August 9, about 100 people turned up and braved the searing heat to celebrate the opening of our new studios in Bay City.

The event started with local singer, Juliet Lane, singing The Star Spangled Banner, then a Prayer from local Pastor Charlie Shurz.  That was followed by welcomes from Judge Bobby Seiferman, Mayor Robert Nelson and local personality Zeinab Ghais.

We then had some prize drawings, after which Mitch Thames from Bay City Ch of Commerce and Carol Jalufka from Jackson Co Ch of Commerce did ribbon cuttings.
Bay City ISD's inaugural Business & Community Leaders' SummitDr Dwight McHazlett, Bay City ISD Superintendent, explains what their inaugural Business and Community Leaders' Summit will be.

He discusses some of the school district's many programs and they are keen to make themselves and their successes accountable to the community they service.
WCJC Almost-Instant Registration Events and Open Admissions PolicyAnother interview with Wharton County Junior College recruiter Chelsea Korenek, on July 12 2023.

We discuss their open admission policy (ie pretty much anyone can enroll for pretty much any class) and their new series of instant-application events they are holding in Richmond and Wharton in late July and August to make it even easier for you to discuss your options and complete an enrollment.
WCJC Credit ClassesAn interview with Leigh Ann Collins, VP of Instruction at Wharton County Junior College, on June 14 2023.

She discusses their credit course options, primarily their AA and AS "credit" courses - what they are, what they cost, why you should take them, and the benefits you can expect as a result.
Wharton County Junior College ”Non-Credit” ClassesAn interview with Leigh Ann Collins, VP of Instruction at WCJC, on June 14, 2023.

Topics covered include explaining what non-credit classes are, a stepping stone approach to education, practical skills and general classes, partnering with employers, time and cost required to study, and how to get more information.
Interview with Wharton County Junior College’s Chelsea KorenekAn impromptu interview with Chelsea Korenek, a recruiter with Wharton County Junior College, when we met while we were both exhibiting at the Jackson County Job Fair in Edna on April 26, 2023.

An interesting discussion on the benefits of attending a junior college and some of the benefits/services offered by WCJC.
First night audience reactions to Bay City CAST’s Red Velvet Cake War productionA great comedy, well directed and acted, made for a sell-out and enthusiastic crowd on the first night of "The Red Velvet Cake War" at the Bay City CAST Theater.
Bay City CAST - Interview with the directors of ”A Night on Broadway”.On January 9, 2023, David Rowell interviewed Ray Garcia and Kara Cowart, the two directors of the production A Night on Broadway, being staged by CAST in Bay City later in the month.

They talk about the history of this show, which they completely designed and developed themselves, how it evolves from year to year, and Dr Cowart, a senior teacher at Bay City High School, makes a surprising confession about how she gets work done.
Bay City CAST - Interview with actors and director of ”Mixed Couples”, being presented Feb 2023We met with the director and stars of CAST's new production, Mixed Couples.

Listen to find out about what the play is about, why it was chosen, how the actors feel about their roles, and why it might be of interest and enjoyable for you.
Special Report - Palacios Luther Hotel PreservationThe 120 year old Luther Hotel in Palacios has been quietly sold, and is now threatened with demolition.

A local group argues that it should be saved due to its historical significance.  A higher offer has been made, but the seller appears disinterested.  The city says it is nothing to do with them.

A court hearing is scheduled for Thursday February 2 at 10am.  This special report gives you what you need to know about the issue and the people involved.