Bark For Life of Karnes County Saturday October 25, 2014 at Joe Gulley Park in Kenedy, from 10am to 1pm
The American Cancer Society Bark For Life is a noncompetitive walk event for dogs and their owners to raise funds and awareness for the American Cancer Society’s fight against cancer. Help the American Cancer Society save lives. So bring your best canine friend to Joe Gulley Park Saturday October 25 from 10 to 1 at Joe Gulley Park and join us for a fun-filled day starting with a walk, and then continuing with demonstrations, contests, and games. Visit NoBullRadio.com for more information.
1st Annual Bark For Life of Karnes County, Saturday, October 25, 2014
Where: Joe Gulley Park in Kenedy
From: 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Registration: Onsite @ 9:00 AM, or pre-register via Bark website @
Bring your canine friends to join in the fight against cancer! Games, Contests, FUN!!
For more information, contact Bark For Life Chairman Angela Barnes or Relay For Life Chairman Karen Walston.
Lone Star Outdoors Show plays Saturday morning at 9am and Sunday evenings at 8pm, right here on the No Bull Radio Network.
We get the Texas quail season forecast from out TPWD Upland Game Bird Program Leader Robert Perez.
Then we talk crankbaits and how to select the right crankbait. With 1000’s of choices out there it can often be a bit overwhelming but FLW Bass Magazine writer Sean Ostuska stops by to give us some tips on selecting the correct crankbait.
Then we check in with Billy Gerke of Foreverlast Hunting and Fishing Products to see how his hunting season has been and discuss what products Foreverlast offers the Texas outdoorsman or woman.
We wrap things up by talking redfish and trout when Captain Len Girard joins us live from the TExas coast for our coastal fishing report.
High School Football Tonight. Live Kenedy at Yorktown Pregame at 7pm. Kickoff at 7:30.
We will be delay broadcasting the Karnes City At Natalia Game on Saturday Morning at 10am followed by the delayed broadcast of the Falls City at Louise Game. Go Team! If would like to sponsor one or more of the area high school games call 830-583-7272 or visit nobullradio.com for more information.
Radio Station Help Wanted
The No Bull Radio Network is expanding and we need more help. We are seeking a Radio board operator to cover for a few hours per week; live broadcasts, such as high school sports, delayed sports broadcasts (generally on Saturdays) and possibly Sunday morning church services.
As the board operator, you must know how to set up and troubleshoot mixing boards, microphones, telephone lines, internet audio streaming, electronic and mechanical components specific to the radio station, and computer software used for recording, editing and broadcasting audio. Possibly some on-air announcements, as well.
You would also be required to play pre-recorded commercials during radio breaks, in line with the advertiser’s requirements. Must be good with computers and familiar with digital audio processors, editing and playback software. Previous audio/video or DJ experience is highly desirable. References required. Locations vary to events: Kenedy, Pearsall, Dilley, Beeville.
Eagle Ford Minute Oct 15
Oil output is expected to grow in all major U.S. shale plays thru November despite falling global prices as drillers become more efficient.
Production per well was projected to increase in fields in North Dakota, Texas and Colorado, the Energy Information Administration said today in its Drilling Productivity Report. Brent futures fell to $85.04 a barrel on the ICE Futures Europe Exchange, the lowest settlement since Nov. 23, 2010.
Morgan Stanley said Eagle Ford break-even costs range from $30 to $60 a barrel. Most U.S. tight-oil reserves break even from $60 to $80. Read More…
The Eagle Ford Shale rig count increased by two to 269 rigs running across our coverage area by the end of last week.
The U.S. rig count increased by eight to 1,930 rigs running by the end of last week. A total of 320 rigs were targeting natural gas (ten less than the previous week) and 1,609 were targeting oil in the U.S. (18 more than the previous week). The remainder were drilling service wells. 896 or ~48% of rigs active in the U.S. were running in Texas. Read More…
This has been Randy Watson of the No Bull Radio Network for the Eagle Ford Minute
Hallelujah Night at Word Fellowship Oct 31st 6-9:30pm
Mark down October 31st as the special night that you wanta round up the kiddos and head directly to HWY 181 and Flax Plant Road in Kenedy from 6 to 9:30 pm. Expect to have a night of wholesome entertainment and Christian fellowship.
Plenty of free fun and games, prizes, free photos, free candy, free snacks and plenty of good safe activities for the whole family. That’s right; Friday October 31st is The Word Fellowship Church’s 13th annual HALLELUJAH NIGHT. Bring your kids in their cutest costumes and we’ll fill their treat bags.
It’s all free! Hallelujah Night, October 31st at the Word Fellowship. Just a mile south of the Kenedy HEB. We’ll see you there. For more information visit nobullradio.com
Cowboy Church Worships Monday Night at 7pm at Dockery Ranch
The Sendero Cowboy Church of Karnes County meets on Monday nights at the Dockery Ranch at 7pm. COWBOY CHURCH is a place where you can “come as you are” to hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ. You are accepted for who you are. You will not be judged by your clothes, actions, or anything else. Everyone is welcome.
If you are working in the oil patch on Sunday, you can come worship with us at the Sendero Cowboy Church on Monday nights at 7pm. Cowboy Church meets at Matt Dockery’s Arena; 1 mile north of Karnes City on Hwy 123. Call Randy Witte at 830-583-5110 for more information. What do you have to lose? We just want you to have fun, make new friends, and most of all connect with God. The Sendero Cowboy Church is a place where you can hang your hat.
Citizens Forum on Border Security & Radical Islam
Interested citizens should plan on attending A citizens forum on Border Security & Radical Islam.
Introductions will be given by Wilson County Sheriff Joe Tackitt and Karnes County Sheriff Duane Villanueva will be speaking on the Karnes County perspective. A variety of Guest Speakers including: US Air Force Retired Lt. Col. Roy White, will speak about radical Islamic ideology and the rise of radical Islam. Jim Gibson, of the Texas Border Volunteers will tell of his personal experiences helping protect the ranches along the Texas border and Dr. Jeffrey Addicott, a nationally recognized terrorism expert with St. Mary’s School of Law will also speak.
The citizens forum on Border Security & Radical Islam Thursday, Oct. 30, 7-9 p.m. at the Floresville High School Auditorium. For more information visit www.nobullradio.com
Kenedy vs Louise High School Football Game Replay Oct 11
Due to a computer failure, the Kenedy vs Louise Football Game that was being delay broadcast on Saturday October 11th did not play in it’s entirety. We apologize for the inconvenience.
We present the game in it’s entirety online below:
Lonestar Outdoors Show
The Number One, most listened to outdoors show on the No Bull Radio Network, airs Saturday mornings at 9am and Sunday evening at 8pm.
This week we talk big game hunting with Josh Kinser of TTHA.
Then we are joined by Pam Anderson and we dive into the always hot button issue of our Red Snapper and how the feds are trying to stick it to recreational anglers regarding this fishery before wrapping things up by talking whitetail deer surveys and how they can help you manage a healthy herd.