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Ep.48 Be Prepared...Evil May Show Up (Sirenna Cumberland-Director of Safety for Dripping Springs ISD and former Hays County Deputy Sheriff)

Nov. 29, 2022

Monologue: * Daylight Savings Time Madness * 19 Year Old County Clerk with no experience * Buc-ee's largest store yet * Low Military and Law Enforcement recruitment/retention Guest: The Dripping Springs ISD Board of Trustees…

Ep.47 Thanksgiving in Dripping Springs (Steve and Michelle)

Nov. 22, 2022

Steve and Michelle talk about the history of Thanksgiving, wishbones, ER visits on Thanksgiving and Thanksgiving songs. Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Thanks for listening! Make sure to follow us & leave a review. Apple Podca…

Ep.46 Living in a Soundbite World (Leslie Rhode-20 plus year broadcast journalist and co-founder of ATX Good News)

Nov. 15, 2022

Monologue : $26,133 Per Homeless Person Spent in Austin Battle of Gonzales 20 Best Cities for Families in the US Mike The Headless Chicken Guest: Leslie Rhode is an award winning television journalist with a career spanning…

Ep.45 Bringing Back The Dead (James Fenelon- Author and Historian)

Nov. 8, 2022

James Fenelon is the paratrooper-turned-author of Four Hours of Fury , the untold story of Operation Varsity, the American 17th Airborne Division’s combat jump over the Rhine River in March 1945. Fenelon’s motivation to writ…

Ep.44 Justice with Compassion (Elaine Brown, Attorney-Running for Hays County Court at Law No.3)

Nov. 1, 2022

Elaine Brown believes that judges have an important role to play in our society. As an attorney, she has a broad range of experiences that uniquely qualify her for this position. Her education and experience provide her with…

Ep.43 Sugar and Love-Short Term Rental Gurus (Dina and Joey Schechter of Dijo Homes)

Oct. 25, 2022

Joey and Dina Schechter met working for a short-term rental hospitality company. As two motivated, hard-working individuals, they were instantly drawn to each other. They were both parts of the operations team at an Austin h…

Ep.42 Her Heart To Help (Chrystal Smith of Foster Village)

Oct. 18, 2022

As a licensed foster parent, adoptive parent, and survivor of child abuse, Chrystal Smith saw the gaps in the system and the needs that were not being met, both for caregivers and for children intersecting with the child wel…

Ep.41 Huntin', Fishin', Weddin's (Hunter Connor owner of the Terrace Club Wedding Venue and Planning Company)

Oct. 11, 2022

Hunter Connor owns the Terrace Club Wedding Venue located in the charming Texas Hill Country, now known as The Wedding Capital of Texas. The Terrace Club was the first real wedding venue in Dripping Springs. They have seen m…

Ep.40 Please, Dear God, Stop Using Margerine! (Meghan Tynes Nutritional Therapy Practitioner-Tynes Wellness)

Oct. 4, 2022

Meghan Tynes believes in addressing the root cause of symptoms to achieve optimal wellness by focusing on the importance of nutrient-dense food, lifestyle choices, and culinary wellness. Her mission is to help those who are …

Ep.39 Slamming and Jamming (Haley Hunt-Owner of Haus of Jayne and Cannabis Lover)

Sept. 27, 2022

Haley Hunt is a kick ass cannabis lover. – Her and her partner Christy got together, dreamed big, became mindful of those dreams and goals and formed a boutique hemp dispensary called Haus of Jayne. They created the company…

Ep.38 Don't Squeeze The Baby On The Radio! (Bama Brown-Top radio personality in Austin with KVET Radio)

Sept. 20, 2022

Bama Brown got into radio completely by accident! He moved to Odessa, Texas from Alabama when he was seventeen. That's where the "Bama" nickname came from. Bama was trained in oil and gas and roughnecked on rigs and did alm…

Ep.37 Wanted! Mountain Cedars: Dead and Alive (Elizabeth McGreevy-Author, Ecological Planner and Land Steward)

Sept. 13, 2022

Elizabeth McGreevy talks about local Cedar Trees also known as Ashe Junipers or Blueberry Junipers. While digging into Texas Hill Country politics, history, economics, culture, and ecology, McGreevy tracks down the origins o…

Ep.36 Patriots Deserve Our Best (Mary Jane Hetrick- Foundation and Civic Service Expert that helped found Patriot's Hall)

Sept. 6, 2022

Mary Jane Hetrick is one of the busiest and most productive professionals in Dripping Springs. She is the President of the School Board, a founding member of Patriot's Hall, a member of the board of the Dripping Springs Edu…

Ep.35 Schooling Those Youngsters (Mike Lemonds-DSISD Teacher that Pioneered High School Real Estate Classes)

Aug. 30, 2022

Mike Lemonds left a lucrative job managing a huge Real Estate portfolio to pursue a position teaching at Dripping Springs High School. He came up with the idea for a High School class that allowed seniors the chance to take…

Ep.34 Mayhem in Midland (Paul Guerrero Allstate Insurance Geek)

Aug. 23, 2022

Paul Guerrero was born in Midland, graduated from Texas Tech and moved to the Dripping Springs area as soon as he could. He is a self professed insurance geek that loves looking at roofs and insurance claims. He comes fro…

Ep.33 Good Things Come to Those Who Work (Kevin Garrett-Former SMU Track and Football Star, NFL Player and Speed Coach)

Aug. 16, 2022

Kevin Garrett ran the fastest 40 yard dash time at the National Football League Combine in 2003 (4.31 seconds); he was then selected by the St. Louis Rams in the 5th round. He spent three seasons in the NFL with the Rams, Ho…

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Ep.32 He Marches to His Own Drumbeat (Scotty Bennett-Radio Personality on Koke FM Radio)

Aug. 9, 2022

Scotty Bennett was born in Austin and attended The University of Texas. He worked at the world-famous Dallas Niteclub in Austin for 25 years and eventually got into doing voiceovers for Radio and Television. He ended up in …

Ep.31 Sometimes all it takes is a little Faith to win the Gold! (Faith Wylie, Deaf Olympian)

Aug. 2, 2022

Faith Wylie never dreamed she would one day represent the United States in Soccer at the Deaf Olympics in Brazil in 2022. As one of the youngest players on the squad, she scored the winning goal in the team's victory over Po…

Ep.30 Don't Touch My Willie (Brad Hurlbut's grandfather's land was the location for Willie Nelson's first 4th of July Picnic in 1973)

July 26, 2022

Brad Hurlbut moved to Dripping Springs as a young man in 1972. His family's ranch was the site of the original Willie Nelson's 4th of July picnic in 1973. His grandfather bought the 7000 acre Hurlbut Ranch in the 60's and …

Ep.29 All Road Lead to Dripping Springs (Walt Smith-Hays County Commissioner Precinct 4)

July 19, 2022

Walt Smith moved to Dripping Springs in 2012 and fell in love with the community. He wanted to serve the community and 4 years ago was elected at the County Commissioner for Precinct 4 in Hays County. He grew up on a small…

Ep.28 (Explicit) Tigger On The Trigger (Brandon Cruz-Patriot and former Navy SEAL)

July 12, 2022

(Contains Explicit Language) Brandon Cruz signed up for the US NAVY three months after 9/11 to become a SEAL. He served from 2001 to 2011 and talks about the SEAL training and BUDS process. Brandon loves his family and tal…

Ep.27 Time Waits for No Man (Carl Waits-Historian and Dripping Springs Football Coach 1969-1981)

July 5, 2022

Carl Waits moved to Dripping Springs in 1965 from Rogers Texas to take a job with the Dripping Springs School District as assistant Football Coach. In 1969 he took the job as Head Football Coach and remained in that positio…

Ep.26 Suitcase Living and Coca Candy (April Miller moved to Panama in 2021)

June 28, 2022

April Miller and her husband Bill decided to leave the US in 2021 to live as Expats in Panama. They have traveled all across South America and are now in Ireland. They enjoy tremendous tax advantages and superior health ca…

Ep. 25 The Meat Man (Erik Turcotte of Turcotte Butchers and Deli)

June 21, 2022

Erik Turcotte opened Turcotte Butchers and Deli in the midst of the pandemic and proved his naysayers wrong by quickly becoming one of the most popular restaurants in Dripping Springs. He had a vision for a local eatery with…