The No. 3 Malakoff Tigers beat Troy last week and advanced to the Area Round playoff where they will take on Kirbyville Friday, November 18, in Nacogdoches. Michael V. Hannigan spoke with Coach Driskell about taking on the Wildcats.
The undefeated, No. 3-ranked Malakoff Tigers will take on the Troy Trojans (5-5) in the bi-district round of the playoffs in Midlothian Friday night. Michael V. Hannigan spoke with Coach Driskell about the upcoming game.
Michael sits down with Athens City Development Manager Nasi Kombos to talk about the Texan Theater. Other topics include National Principals Month, elderly abuse, Malakoff quarterback Judd Miller and the TVCC Cardinals football team getting ready for a HUGE game.
On this week's podcast, the Weinstein Team's Michael Hannigan looks at the City of Athens water storage tanks and shares audio from the Rick Hirsch Memorial dedication at the Master Gardener Dream Garden at the Arboretum. As always, he also runs down some of the cool things people in Henderson County are doing.
In this week's podcast, Michael interviews Della and Amanda Cooper of the East Texas Crisis Center, shares audio from Roger Staubach's visit to Athens, and sits down and talks about head injuries with Jeff Weinstein ... all after highlighting some of the good things that happened around the county this week and going on a rant about scary clowns.
Michael looks at some of the top stories of the week, including FBI in Bel Air, Meador getting 75 years and Roger Staubach in Athens. He also interviews Malakoff Superintendent Randy Perry about Tool Elementary being named a Blue Ribbon School.
The City of Athens announced Monday that it would be taking over the Cain Center and turning the facility into a municipal building. Monday night, the Athens City Council held its regular meeting during which City Manager Philip Rodriguez and Mayor Jerry Don Vaught talked about the Cain Center project. Here is audio from the council meeting.