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Arp ISD – Tasha Corley – Algebra I Teacher at Arp High School
Lindale ISD – Danna Bloomer – Lindale Jr. High
Tyler ISd..Ricardo Alvarez, Austin Elementary School
Chapel Hill isd…Jennifer Nichols Kissam Elementary School
Winona ISD..Katrice Gibbs, Winona High School
Why is Mark Levin not on at 5pm anymore?
We made the decision to program a local news hour at 5:00 p.m. based on the very latest audience ratings. Our least listened-to daypart is late afternoon. By being live and local for an hour on the way home, we hope to replicate the success that we have long enjoyed with the KTBB Morning News.
We know that we are largely a “car radio” radio station. That, coupled with the fact that we are the only local news radio, led us to develop the “Drive at Five” to capitalize on the need that working people have for a news update as they drive home.
Another consideration is the nature of the Mark Levin Show. Across the country, Mark Levin enjoys his strongest ratings on the east coast where his program begins at 6:00 p.m. This strongly suggests that the tone and tenor of the show is better suited to early evening than late afternoon. Accordingly, we have pushed the start of The Mark Levin Show to 6:00 p.m. local time.
ARP ISD – Amy Herrell – 6th grade English and Reading at Arp Junior High.
Chapel Hill ISD – Arlie Bice – Chapel Hill High
Winona ISD – Andrea Jackson – teaches AVID at Winona Middle School
Lindale ISD – Kristy Land – E.J. Moss Intermediate School
TISD – No teacher this month
Happy New Year 2016 from Gleiser Communications, KTBB 97.5 FM and ESPN 92.1 FM! As the New Year begins with hopes anew, here is to wishing you a wonderful year ahead. Happy New Year!
Merry Christmas from all us here at Gleiser Communications, KTBB and ESPN! We appreciate all of our listeners and sponsors and would like to wish you peace, joy and all the best this wonderful holiday has to offer. May this incredible time of giving and spending time with family bring you joy that lasts throughout the new year. Merry Christmas!
Doug Limerick Signs Off
Doug Limerick has been an ABC News correspondent since 1982. His radio career began in 1961, at WOHS Radio in his hometown of Shelby, N.C. Limerick attended Wake Forest University, majoring in Speech and also working at the campus radio station. Read more about Doug Limerick’s career.
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TYLER — After months of unavailability in the aftermath of a listeria outbreak, Blue Bell ice cream returned to East Texas store shelves Monday. Johnny Lewsader was just one of countless customers who enthusiastically welcomed the tasty treat back. Lewsader told KETK, “I think they took the right measure to protect their customers, so we’re happy they’re back, and we’re gonna be excited about eating Blue Bell again.” A couple of Blue Bell employees voiced similar feelings. Curtis Pomykal said, “I feel very blessed. To have something go through what we went through and have such an awesome customer base that will welcome us back with open arms — it’s very humbling.” Jenny Van Dorf chimed in, “It’s been incredible. We’ve received letters over time, we’ve seen social media posts and emails — and really, just that outcry for people wanting to know when it’s coming back.”
DALLAS (AP) — Syrian refugees are scheduled to arrive in Texas soon, after the state eased up in its legal fight to stop them.
Twelve Syrians are to join relatives in Dallas and Houston on Monday. Another nine refugees are scheduled to arrive in Houston on Thursday.
Texas last week sued the federal government and the International Rescue Committee, the agency bringing a family of six refugees to Dallas. But on Friday, the state said it no longer wanted an immediate order stopping refugees but would continue its lawsuit.
The family of six is expected to join relatives already living in North Texas, which is already home to dozens of Syrian refugees.
Governors in about 30 states have said they oppose receiving Syrian refugees after the deadly Nov. 13 attacks in Paris.
Lindale ISD – Megan Stanley – Velma Penny Elementary
Arp – Sherri Kain – Arp Elementary Science Teacher.
Winona ISD – Nikki Groth – 3rd Grade Winona Elementary
Chapel Hill – ISD – Heidi Godbold – Middle School
TISD – Keith Showen – Robert E Lee High
Happy Thanksgiving from KTBB 97.5 FM and ESPN 92.1 FM! – At this time of giving thanks we pause to count our many blessings. The freedom of this great country in which we live, its opportunity for achievement and the friendship and confidence you, our listeners and sponsors, have shown in us. For all of these things we are deeply thankful. Please accept our best wishes for a Happy Thanksgiving!
Lindale ISD – Lisa Gorman – College Street Elementary
Arp ISD – Calixtro Quintero – Arp High School Spanish Teacher
Winona ISD – Lisa Cole – Biology and A&P – Winona High School
Chapel Hill ISD – Chris Jordan – 2nd grade Jackson Elementary
TISD – Berenice Campos – Griffin Elementary
More to come!
Reminder: It’s time to fall back! – It’s time to fall back. Most people in the United States can enjoy an extra hour of sleep this weekend, thanks to the annual shift back to standard time. The change officially occurs at 2 a.m. local time Sunday. The shift moves one hour of daylight to the morning from the evening.… Read More
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