I was born and raised here in Tyler, I've never called another place home. I graduated from East Texas Christian Academy in 2010, and now I am almost finished with my associates degree at TJC. I was hired as a temporary, part-time receptionist over a year ago, and now I'm the receptionist and digital program assistant here at Townsquare Media. I am also the youngest person on staff here. I grew up listening to 101.5 KNUE and all of these stations. It's funny to now be working with the people I have grown up listening to. This job has been such a blessing and learning experience. It is definitely one of the best things that has happened to me. Being in an environment based on music is the best environment there is."After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music"-Aldous Huxley
Mom Finds Seven Deadly Snakes in Son’s Closet
A mother in Australia got a rude surprise when she went into her three year old sons closet. She was expecting to just grab a pair of shoes or a shirt, but what she found was a box filled with one of the most dangerous animals on the planet.
Mix 93.1 Top 40 Songs Of September 2011
Last month, we brought you our Top 40 Songs for August with OneRepublic chillin' at number one. Well now were bringing you the Top 40 Songs for September, and Andy Grammer has pushed his way to top, knocking OneRepublic out of the coveted number one spot. Her...
Things To Do This Weekend In East Texas
For those of us who have grown up in East Texas, we know that Tyler can be kind of dull on the weekends. But if you do a little research like we did, you'd be surprised at the things actually going on around town. So to spare you from sitting at home being a couch potato all weekend long, we pu…
Friday Night Football Around East Texas
It's that time of year again folks. Friday Night Football is back! This is the time of year everyone looks forward to, no not going back to school, but football. East Texas is overflowing with football teams and talent, so picking a game to go to cant be easy. Well I'm about to make your l…
Facebook Makes Huge Privacy Changes
Facebook has been taking a lot of heat lately for their privacy controls, or lack there of. With each new feature that they come up with, there is always a concern for lack of privacy. Well the people at Facebook are stepping up and are updating the privacy features for their site, and giving the us…
Corner Bakery Cafe To Open In Tyler
In case you haven't noticed, the city of Tyler has added many new restaurants this year. Well, it's not over yet. Next to open in Tyler is the Corner Bakery Cafe. The restaurant is scheduled to open Monday, October 24th. More after the jump.
Judge Makes A Ruling In Double D’s Case
Well after a long court battle, the verdict is in. The judge made a ruling and sided with the people at Toys R Us. Double D's Restaurant will not be opened, for now at least. More after the jump.
Rose Capital East Places Second In Championship Game
With a rough start to the game, the Rose Capital East All Stars came out short with an 11-1 loss to Hawii for the title of Senior League World Champions.
Rose Capital East All Stars To Play In Championship Game Saturday
After a 10-0 victory over the hosting team yesterday and a 10-5 win over the Latin team from Aruba in the semi finals this morning, our boys from East Texas have secured a spot in the Senior League World Series Championship game tomorrow afternoon.
Rose Capital East All Stars Playing In Little League World Series
After reeling off four straight wins in the Southwestern Senior League Tournament, the Rose Capital East All Stars packed up and headed to Bangor, Maine, where they are now competing in the semi-finals in the Senior League World Series. More after the jump.
Our Best Tips For Tax Free Weekend: August 19-21
This weekend, shoppers all across Texas will get a break from state and local taxes. Taxes are exempt on most clothing and footwear, along with backpacks and school supplies, all less than $100. Here is a list of what is/is not exempt, as well as some tips for saving even more than just taxes for th…
Tyler and Longview Thank Those Who ‘Serve and Protect’
Last week I was standing in line at McAlisters Deli waiting to order, when I noticed three police officers standing in the line next to me. I couldn’t help but listen to their conversation. They were chatting about the past weeks events- such as the shooting at the mall and the high …