Lockheed displays F-35 Lightning model downtown

Erin Wilde and 92.1 Hank FM was on hand Monday morning for a special promotion with Mark Johnson, F-35 Media Relations at Lockheed Martin. The fighter jet was part of promotions for the Armed Forces Bowl.

On a cold Monday morning in downtown Fort Worth, office workers were doing a double-take as they hurried into their office buildings. A look twice saw an F-35 Lightning II parked in the middle of the city. Continue reading “Lockheed displays F-35 Lightning model downtown”


Flags planted, bells tolled as America remembers

North Texans paused for a moment on Tuesday to acknowledge the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on New York, Washington and Pennsylvania. Ceremonies included the lowering of flags to half staff, the ringing of bells and the climbing of stairs as part of the remembrance.

At Texas Christian University, 2,977 American flags were placed in the campus commons area honoring each person killed in the attacks. The TCU program is part of the 9-11 Never Forget Project.

Horned Frogs join Big 12 in newly modified stadium

Construction crews have made significant progress on Texas Christian University’s stadium with just weeks left before their opening home game against the Grambling State Tigers on Aug. 8. The university is making a $164 million improvement to Amon G. Carter Stadium’s westerns seats and the north end zone, the facility’s first redevelopment since 1956. In December 2010, the western seats at the 80-year-old stadium came crumbling down to make way for new and improved seating. For ticket information visit http://www.gofrogs.com    Photo by Keith Robinson