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Come on on as "The Eagle Eye" Bill Serna and Sonny Clark "The Hardest Working Man In Sports Radio" bring you the play-by-play of the second round of the 2014 UIL Texas State High School Playoffs. Tonight it is...
Rowlett Eagles vs Mesquite Horn Jaguars
Live from Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas, Texas
Pickles have a long history going back to 2400 BC. Aristotle thought that cured cucumbers had healing properties, and Julius Caesar fed pickles to his men as he believed that they offered physical and spiritual strength. Cleopatra believed her beauty came from eating large amounts of pickles. Ever wonder who brought pickling to the New World? Shout out to Christopher Columbus who grew cucumbers in order to pickle them. In the 1500s, the area which is now New York City had the largest group of Dutch commercial picklers. Americans as a whole eat more than 2.5 million pounds of pickles, and dill pickles are twice as popular as sweet pickles. What do you do when your garden blesses you with an abundance of cucumbers? Steve Zielinski shared his cucumber crop with friends, family, and co-workers, but discovered everyone had their limit on the crunchy cukes. So when life gives you lemons, or in this case cucumbers, you make pickles. And in July of 2009 Crazy Steve's Pickles & Salsa was born. Steve’s products are found in 25+ stores and have been sold nationwide. Varieties include Black Bean & Corn Salsa, Green Smokin Salsa, Mesquite Fire Roasted Salsa, Shot Over the Rim Spicy Bloody Mary Mix, Badass Barnacle Bloody Mary Mix, Cajun Cukes, and Let the Sunshine Pickles. Products are gluten free, vegan friendly, low sodium, natural ingredients, and feature unique flavors. Crazy Steve's Foundation aims to make the world a better place by donating to charities in education, the environment, health, human services, community development, international causes, and arts and culture. Steve has another mission—he’s running for NJ State Assembly’s 12th District in the Green Party. After the interview, please check After Hours with Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
Rachel Blasingame was 16 years old when she was killed by a drunk driver on a Mesquite, TX freeway, May 30, 2003. Since that day, she has continued to make an important impact on many lives, and in many ways.
Rachel was involved with the Shattered Dreams program. She wanted to be part of persuading students not to drink and drive. It was ironic that an intoxicated driver took part in ending her life.
Rachel was a straight A, National Honor Society student. She shared her talents through her appreciation of music and theater. Rachel read her bible under the covers at night and made notes in it from cover to cover. She read until the pages fell out and she had to laminate the outside pages.
Her true talent, however, was realized through her selfless desire to help other people.
Her spirit of giving included participating at Special Olympics, homeless shelters, and in children's libraries.
This year marks the 12th Annual Rachel Blasingame Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament. It will be held at Buffalo Creek Golf Course in Rockwall, Texas on Monday, June 1, 2015.
The Rachel Blasingame Scholarship Fund <~(Please Donate) assists deserving High School Seniors in meeting tuition requirements at Abilene Christian University where Rachel was headed. These efforts have raised over $160,000 and assisted 142 freshman. Her spirit continues to live on by fulfilling college dreams for others.
Join us as we discuss Rachel's story with her mom, Julie Blasingame.
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North Mesquite Stallions vs Rowlett Eagles Baseball live from Rowlett High School.
Come on in today as Sonny Clark, The Hardest Working Man In Sports Radio, brings you coverage of local High School Baseball.
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Come on in for Texas High School Football on The Couch Potato Sports Show - Home of the Rowlett Eagles!!!!
It is the season opener for your Rowlett Eagles! They are on the road to take on the North Mesquite Stallions live from Memorial Stadium in Mesquite Texas.
Both team are looking to have that sucessful season, let's see who comes out on top in this non-divional game, but it still counts!!!
The Eagles are lead by new head coach Doug Stephens in his first season for the Ealges. He replaces Kiff Hardin who was the coach sense 2004 and had a 45-37 record.
North Mesquite is being lead hy head coach Mike Robinson who is 15-17 as a head coach.
Opening night of High School Football on The Couch Potato Sports Show - doesn't g
Oklahoma recruit Jean Delance said he withdrew his commitment to coach Bob Stoops after seeing a video that showed fraternity members at the school chanting racist remarks.
"Very uneducated people. I wouldn't want my son or child to go there or to anywhere like that," Delance told CBS 11 in Dallas-Fort Worth on Monday. "It was just very disturbing to me. I didn't like it."
Oklahoma Fraternity with the racist comments. We will discuss with Coach Emerson Martin and the crew tonight.
Delance, a four-star offensive lineman who is ranked No. 272 on the ESPN Junior 300, committed to the Sooners in November and visited Norman with his mother, Altavian, last weekend.
But when they returned to their home in Mesquite, Texas, the video, in which members of Sigma Alpha Epsilon also indicated that African-Americans would never be admitted to the fraternity, prompted them to rethink the commitment.
"I've had family history in racial issues, inequality," Altavian Delance told CBS 11. "Jean knows these things are serious to us."
Oklahoma president David Boren reacted swiftly Tuesday, expelling two students he says have been identified as leading the chant.
Ms. Sylvia Villalpando.
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Inkwell Echoes – San Ant...onio Poets’ Association 1998-1999 -anthology
XX Voices Along the River – The 1999 San Antonio Poetry Fair - anthology
Literary Journal - “Mesquite Review” April/May 2000 Issue Featured Poet pg. 16
Christmas Vignette for Oak Hills Church Christmas Program 2003
“Crossings” – Oak Hills Church Newspaper – Various Articles in 2002- 2011
HOST Newsletter for Oak Hills Church 2003-2011
Presently live in San Antonio, Texas, and have two grown children and two grandchildren. Spending my time on writing projects, Bible Study leader, Active in Rapha God Ministries, and serving at Oak Hills Church
Bull Riding Fan Connection Radio's LIVE Broadcast of the Mesquite ProRodeo Action - Friday, August 24, 2012
Join the Fever Keeps It Real Crew as we preview Hell In A Cell, as well as the David Von Erich Yellow Rose of Texas Memorial Reunion on Saturday, November 1st in Mesquite Texas and The Rising II on November 7th in Spotswood New Jersey hosted by Superstars of Wrestling. In addition, we will preview TNA's Knockouts Knockdown and have some very special surprise guests - because on Fever Keeps It Real - you never know! We will also welcome fans, crew and wrestlers to call in and share their memories of the late Ox Baker. The call in number for the show is 818-369-1406. Don't miss the best wrestling show on the air from 6-9pm EST!
Born and raised in Mesquite, Nevada, Cresent Hardy has always worked hard to not only take care of himself and his family, but to give back to his community. His commitment to public service is clear – he has served as the Mesquite Public Works Director, a member of the Virgin Valley Water District, as a member of the Mesquite City Council, and has served two terms in the Nevada State Assembly. Cresent Hardy brings over two decades of distinguished public service experience to his campaign for Nevada’s 4th Congressional District.
A fifth-generation resident of Mesquite – his grandfather was the first baby born in the town – Hardy knows the importance of building a strong, safe community for families. He and his wife, Peri, have been married for 32 years, and are the parents of four wonderful children.
Cresent is proud to have helped in the Golf Fore Kids fundraising program, which has raised over $165,000 for needy children in Southern Nevada in only four short years. Hardy is also active in his church and community organizations such as Junior Livestock, 4H, and veterans groups.
Growing up in a farming community taught Cresent the value of hard work at a young age. Working with cattle, horses, and pigs on his father’s ranch as a young man instilled a valuable work ethic that he applies each and every day as a businessman. As a small business owner, Cresent Hardy knows what it takes to create jobs, make payroll, and meet a budget…something we desperately need more of in Washington!
The value of a hard day’s work and being self-reliant helped him to succeed in his career as a licensed contractor and small business owner.
Old time friend James Bachelder shared a link. that pretty much says it all:
~~~OK BOYS AND GIRLS~~~~HE'S COMING TO TOWN~~~
Monday-Wednesday!!! Our own former Skeeter is bringing his LIVE podcast promotions to town.
That's right...Bill Pickle (MHS '68) will be hosting his "In the Pickle Barrel" LIVE talk show from 7 am - 8:30 am* at Steak Angus, 717 N. Bryan-Beltline Rd, Mesquite. You are invited to come by, drag up a chair, order breakfast, listen or maybe even participate in his WORLDWIDE production. Come on out and join us...
....OR.....just go to www.blogtalkradio.com/inthepicklebarrel and listen in as we talk talk politics Texas (and South Carolinian) style. Two states that share so much history, success and pain.
What part will Texas and South Carolina play in the 2014 and 2016 elections ? Who will be the next Texas Governor?
* This week, the Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday show will be aired at 7-8:30am CST/ 8-9:30 EST since they will be live in Texas
For years David Elliot Penton stalked elementary schools and playgrounds looking for young girls from low-income neighborhoods to abduct, rape and murder. He thought of them as "throwaway kids"-hardly missed, and soon forgotten, except by those who loved them. He was every parent's worst nightmare. The bogeyman they warned their children about ... the fiend who lurked outside bedroom windows.
Christi Meeks disappeared during a game of hide-and-seek outside her mother's Mesquite apartment complex in January 1985 and was found dead less than three months later in Lake Texoma.
Christie Proctor's body was found in a south Plano field in April 1988, more than two years after the fourth-grader was last seen walking from her North Dallas apartment to a friend's house. And Roxann Reyes was snatched from an alley while playing outside her Garland apartment in November 1987.
This story focuses on the work of a team of police detectives, starting with Garland Police Detective Gary Sweet, who picked up the cases of the three missing girls after they'd gone cold.
In 1996, years after the murders, he found the girls' files and information on suspect David Elliot Penton. "For some reason, out of all the stuff that was in those two boxes, I pulled out a file and started reading about him," Sweet said.
Penton was in jail in Ohio for killing 9-year-old Nydra Ross. What followed was a series of fateful twists — from reviewing old tips, to conducting new interviews and gathering information shared by Penton's cellmates. By 2003, Sweet and the team had enough to indict Penton. TRUE DETECTIVE-From The Detective's Perspective-Gary Sweet
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