This Week Community Affairs Show – Railway Museum of San Angelo

This Week Community Affairs Show – Railway Museum of San Angelo

Air Date: 6/27/20, 8:00 a.m. and 6/28/20, 8:00 p.m. Program Length – 13:42 Railway Museum of San Angelo Guest: Suzanna Valenzuela, Development Director Valenzuela talks about the Museum’s history and its major role in spurring the Texas economy in the early 1900’s and creating the City of San Angelo. She...

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Easter Online Services

This year Easter is just a little bit different. Instead of getting up, dressing up and heading over to church some  churches have opted for online services during this moment with COVID-19. To make it easier for you we have found some with the times and where they are streaming:...

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Restaurants With Curbside Service

Restaurants With Curbside Service

Discover San Angelo posted on their Facebook Page a list of restaurants that have curbside service please see their Facebook page to see if your restaurant is having service. Discover San Angelo Facebook –  https://www.facebook.com/discoversanangelo/ Schedule Courtesy Discover San Angelo Facebook  

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How Corona Virus Spreads

Know How it Spreads There is currently no vaccine to prevent coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to this virus. The virus is thought to spread mainly from person-to-person. Between people who are in close contact with one another (within about...

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If it can rain, it can flood: Why flood insurance is a wise bet for homeowners

If it can rain, it can flood: Why flood insurance is a wise bet for homeowners

BPT) – The federal government considers floods the nation’s most common natural disaster. They strike every state and leave homeowners with huge repair costs. Why? Because typical homeowners insurance doesn’t cover flood damage. Those policies may provide protection for water damage when it comes through a hole in the roof...

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Solar Eclipse August 21 2017

Solar Eclipse August 21 2017

West Texas Came out to see the Solar Eclipse The ASU Hosted a Eclipse party at their Sports Field. Several Hundred show up on to ASU Sports field to watch the Eclipse. This was an exciting time for everyone to get to see and event that happens once in a...

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Great Cities In West Texas

Great Cities In West Texas

Today as a part of learning our coverage area we stopped by some great cities Miles,Ballinger,Rowena, and Winters. We met some great people alone the way. We would like to thank each and very one  that made it a great experience. Please Check out our facebook page for more pictures...

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Cool Places In Miles

Sisters Funky Junk    A store that has a lot of stuff that you may love. Unusual Items an more Facebook Link   Twisted   This is a store that has furniture and some items that may spar your interest. Facebook Link              

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First-time home buyers: You’re closer to a down payment than you think

First-time home buyers: You’re closer to a down payment than you think

(BPT) – For many first-time buyers, saving for a down payment is the most difficult step in the home-buying process. However, it’s a common misconception that you need 20 percent down to buy a home. Actually, lenders across the country offer mortgage products with very affordable down payments – some...

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