Radio Station Information
City of License:
Houston Christian Broadcasters, Inc.
KHIB is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Bastrop, TX. The station airs religious programming.
Nearby Radio StationsKGID 96.3 FM, KANJ 91.1 FM, Radio La Jefa 104.3, KOKE 99.3 FM, KTXW 1120 AM, KNRG 92.3 FM, KELG 1440 AM, KOKE 1600 AM, La Z 107.1, KTIM 89.1 FM
Listener Comments and Reviews
LIBERTY FEST • Saturday, October 11, 2014 • 7-9pm (doors open 6:30pm) • Lumber Yard, 1109 Main St., Bastrop, Texas
We are pleased to have Steve Munisteri, the dynamic State Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas, as our keynote speaker. He is scheduled to speak at 7:30pm.
Other special guest speakers who have confirmed to attend thus far, include Texas Supreme Court Justice Jeff Boyd and SREC's Randy Samuelson and Davida Stike.
Music throughout the event will be provided by local musician extraordinaire Dale Burke, and popular Central Texas singer Terry Lyne Moore.
We still need your donations for our Silent Auction and Drawings. Please call: Terry Wareham 512-677-8730
Those who wish to contribute to our Food Table please call: Chris Fox 512-988-9177 or email: email@example.com
By: Tommy Vasquez on September 18, 2014
I live in Virginia and my son John lives in Bastrop. John's job has been reduced by two days a week. He is presently home with the shingles. His power will be cut off tomorrow. He has a wife and a little boy. My social security won't come in time to help. Is there anyway someone can intervin and help? Maybe you could air my message. I haven't seen my son and his family in four years. Maybe someone close by could be family.
By: Larry Thornton on November 24, 2015
ON: May 19th & 20th, 2017—Presented by ACDI
The Old Town Street Festival, one of Central Texas’ most popular events, is a fun festival held each spring in downtown Leander’s charming Old Town District. On the third weekend of May, the streets of Old Town Leander fill with local and national artisans offering handcrafted creations. Texas bands and artists bring the stage to life, and family-friendly activities delight both adults and children. Food vendors provide both healthy and indulgent choices. Local and regional wineries and distilleries bring a special flair with a visit to the wine and beer tent.
By: Leander Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center on April 17, 2017
Post a Comment