Hi, my name is Chuck Baker, and I am absolutely delighted to be a part of the Kickin' Country 103.1 team! I have been a radio personality, working in various markets, across Texas for over 40 years. 17 of those years were spent in Bryan/College Station, before coming to San Angelo in 2009. I came on board with Kickin' Country 103.1 in October of 2013 as the afternoon air personality, and now, I have now transitioned to the morning show. I look forward to being the first thing you hear with the 'Kickin' Morning Wake-Up Call' every morning, all week long. I have known a lot of the Texas/Red Dirt artist for many years and love playing their music, interviewing them, and bringing them on stage all around the Concho Valley. Thanks for listening, and let me hear from you.
No More Self Serve Sodas at McDonalds
McDonald’s has announced that at least for the time being, they are stopping the use of customer-operated soda fountains because of concerns about keeping customers safe from COVID-19.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott Speaks Out About Taxes
Governor Greg Abbott has received and responded to a letter sent to him by members of the Texas Democratic Congressional Delegation with regard to Texans and taxes.
San Angelo Helps with Rent/Mortgage Starting Today
To help with COVID-19 related recovery, the City of San Angelo is accepting applications for rent/mortgage assistance starting today, Mon, 05/18/20.
Texas Bars Trying to Reopen Tomorrow, May 15
Texas Bars trying to reopen tomorrow, May 15. Requesting permission from Governor Greg Abbott.
Soaring Grocery Prices-The Highest Spikes in 46 years
During the coronavirus outbreak, Americans have been panic buying on all kinds of groceries like wheat, flour, rice, eggs, orange juice and other products driving prices up.
Over $1 Billion in Food Benefits for Children in Texas
Governor Greg Abbott announced that more than $1 billion in food benefits are coming to families with children who have lost access to free or discounted school meals .
Bands to Play Concerts in a New Way
Texas country artists Eli Young Band, Pat Green, Whiskey Myers and more have signed on for a series of drive-in concerts at the Texas Rangers' ballpark in Arlington.
We Have a Long Term Water Source for San Angelo
A Long Term Water Source contract for San Angelo has been signed
More Free Face Masks This Tuesday and Wednesday
the City of San Angelo is distributing more free face masks this Tuesday & Wednesday, May 12th & 13th.
Get a Free Coronavirus test this Saturday
The Texas Military Department is hosting another free coronavirus testing event for San Angelo this Saturday.