Monthly Archives: September 2014

LIVE: The Texas Debates – Race for Governor

We’re live-broadcasting this evening’s gubernatorial debate between Democratic Senator Wendy Davis and Republican Attorney Greg Abbott. Join us at 93.5 FM (or 91.7 FM in Alpine), click here to listen in or watch the debate live below.   The Texas … Continue reading

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CDC Director on Texas Diagnosis: “We’re stopping Ebola in its tracks”

During a teleconference Tuesday evening at the CDC in Atlanta, Director Dr. Tom Frieden confirmed the first Ebola case diagnosed in the U.S. The patient was admitted and placed into isolation on September 28th at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in … Continue reading

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Final Gubernatorial Debate Looms in Dallas

KRTS will broadcast tonight’s gubernatorial debate at 8 PM. Click here to listen or join us at 93.5 FM, or 91.7 FM in Alpine. Democrat Wendy Davis has one more chance to share a debate stage with the Republican front-runner … Continue reading

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TONIGHT: Lieutenant Governor Debate Live on KRTS

Tonight from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., KRTS will broadcast the Lt. Governor debate between the Republican candidate, State Senator Dan Patrick and the Democratic candidate, State Senator Leticia Van de Putte live. Tune in to listen live from the … Continue reading

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KRTS/KXWT Community Calendar Sponsored by Texas Mountain Trail

From Carlos Santana at the Wagner Noel Center in Odessa to the Trans-Pecos Festival of Music and Love in Marfa, check out all the best upcoming events from the basin to the border. This calendar is underwritten by Texas Mountain … Continue reading

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Fewer Atlantic Hurricanes Bode Well For An El Niño Winter

There’s a good chance of an El Niño weather pattern forming by the end of the year. That could be good for easing or even ending the Texas drought. But it’s not a sure thing. For meteorologists to know El Niño … Continue reading

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Mexico Energy Reform Spawns Odessa Pitch In Chihuahua

Mexico is scouting for help from American oil companies as it opens its energy sector to foreign participation for the first time since 1938. At the same time, several U.S. companies are looking to Mexico to replace China as the … Continue reading

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Red Cross Shelter at Pecos High School Closes Today

Update 9:30 AM Thursday: The Red Cross will close its shelter at the Pecos High School today at 1 PM, with all nearby residents now able to return to their homes or to stay with friends or family. Only four nearby oilfield workers … Continue reading

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“Clean Energy Conservatives” Meet in Austin

On Tuesday, President Barack Obama spoke at the Climate Summit in New York City. That evening, a group of conservatives met in Austin to discuss free-market approaches to clean energy. The panel included a mix of former Republican politicians and … Continue reading

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Robert Earl Keen In Concert Benefits KRTS on Saturday, Sept. 27

Big News! Local Alpine favorites the Doodlin’ Hogwallops have been added to the bill for the Robert Earl Keen benefit concert at the Granada Theatre in Alpine! There are only a few tickets remaining for the event, so purchase them online now, or call … Continue reading

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