College Station,TX – "To The Best of Our Knowledge" will air on Sundays from 10am to Noon beginning
November 20th and going through December 18th.
Part 1: "In the Beginning"
Where do we come from? It's a fair question. Physicist Michio Kaku says we're the reverb of a Big Bang from another universe. No, says poet Stephen Mitchell. The answer's in our creation stories. But midwife Ina May Gaskin knows where we really come from mom. In this hour, we'll talk about Beginnings.

Bryan, TX – City of Bryan mosquito control personnel were notified and the automated phone system, Dialogics, has been used to alert residents in the area.

Even though the weather has turned cooler, the threat of WNV infected mosquitoes is still present and all residents are urged to keep up their defenses.

For more information, contact Marcy Hosking at (979) 361-4440.

College Station,TX – The "Days of Awe" are the 10 days between the Jewish festivals of Rosh Ha Shana (New Year) and Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement). These holidays have many solemn songs associated with them. From Cantor Alberto Mizrachi to Bob Dylan, from America to Israel, from choral to klezmer, from jazz to pop, we'll discuss the traditions of these holdidays and explore the wide variety of music behind the Days of Awe.
It is on Sunday October 9 at 2pm - 3pm. (1 Hour) The program is hosted by Michael Sherman.

Dallas, TX – Survivor benefits from a worker who died may be payable, and people with disabilities that prevent them from working for a year or more may be eligible for Social Security benefits based on their work record. For others with limited income and resources who are disabled or over 65, Supplemental Security Income (SSI) also provides a minthly income. Both programs are operated by Social Security and the application can be initiated the same way.

College Station,TX – Info about BTU, Bryan and College Station ISD's, volunteers needed, supplies needed and much more can be found by scanning the KAMU local section.
Can't find what you need? Call KAMU at 845 5611, 845 5612 or 845 5613 and we will do our best to find what you need.
We here at KAMU will be on the air for as long as we can.
Everyone, Please!, be safe and cautious.

College Station,TX – 1-800-507-4571

THIS NUMBER WILL BE STAFFED AROUND THE CLOCK SO VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES CAN RECEIVE INFORMATION ON WHERE TO GO FOR CARE, HOW TO GET PRESCRIPTION DRUGS AND OTHER UPDATES.

VA EMERGENCY PROCEDURES FOR VETERANS IN HURRICANE AREAS

Vets displaced or affected by recent hurricane activities should know
this:

Bryan Texas Utilities – Where this storm makes landfall will ultimately determine the extent of damage and hazardous conditions, and of course the extent of any inconvenience to residents. Customers in Brazos, Burleson and Robertson counties serviced by BTU are encouraged to consider electric safety during and after the storm.

Generators

If used improperly, a back-up generator can make life a lot more dangerous!

College Station,TX – Fellow Aggies,

Unbelievable as it may seem, Texas and Louisiana are preparing for yet another potentially devastating storm, this time in the form of Hurricane Rita.

College Station,TX – Over 300 nursing home patients are in shelters at Bryan's SFA and Sam Rayburn Middle Schools. These hurricane evacuees are expected to remain throughout the weekend and into next week.
There is an immediate need for bottled water and hand sanitizer.
Local residents are encouraged to donate these supplies to either shelter.

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