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Dalton Rowan, Hillary Montgomery Advance to NCAA Championship Field

AUSTIN – Dalton Rowan became the first Aggie to advance to the NCAA Championship field from the NCAA West preliminary rounds at Myers Stadium on Thursday as he placed fifth in the discus with a season best effort of 186 feet, 3 inches. Later in the evening Hillary Montgomery finished ninth in the 10,000 meters […]

Long Named a Louisville Slugger All-American

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Texas A&M junior pitcher Grayson Long was selected to the Louisville Slugger All-America Third Team released by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper on Thursday. Long, an All-SEC Second Team selection this year, is 9-0 on the season with a 2.62 ERA and 100 strikeouts in 86.0 innings of work. The junior northpaw is […]

Senator Charles Schwertner on WTAW

Brazos County state senator Charles Schwertner visited with Scott Delucia on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs Friday, May 29 2015.

BTU Update on Smartmeters & Developing New Pre-Pay System

BTU general manager Gary Miller visited with Scott Delucia on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs about this week’s power outages and the use of smartmeters by customers and the utility.   BTU officials were at this week’s city council meeting providing an update on the development of a new customer pre-pay system. Chief Information Officer Bernie Acre […]

Infomaniacs: May 29, 2015 (8:00am)

8:13 Jay Socol P.I.O. City of C.S., Bryan/ C.S. Housing Program 8:28 District 5 Texas Senator Charles Schwertner, Studies 8:50 Bravo B.V.

Infomaniacs: May 29, 2015 (7:00am)

7:13 Weather Talk, China’s most wanted, Diet drug approval 7:40 National Spelling Bee, Wedding Proposal during someone else’s wedding

Infomaniacs: May 29, 2015 (6:00am)

6:13 Iowa corn Turtle, This weekend is/ Celebrity B-day 6:40 Texas politics, Remaining bills and probably no special session

College Station City Council Receives Bond Committee Recommendations

The College Station city council has been asked to consider a list of 18 projects to include in a possible bond issue this November. No action was taken by the council following Thursday’s presentation from leaders of a 23 member volunteer committee. The total estimated value of the recommended projects is $182,150,000. According to city […]

UPDATE: CS Council Approves Construction Contract For Lick Creek Trail

Update May 28 2015: The College Station city council approved the contract as submitted last week. Those voting for the contract were Nancy Berry, Karl Mooney, John Nichols, Blanche Brick, and Steve Aldrich. Voting against was James Benham. Julie Schultz was out of town and did not participate. There was no discussion prior to awarding […]

Thursday Recap From The Texas Legislature

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ Republican Gov. Greg Abbott signed into law a pre-K boost on Thursday that delivers one promise and appears close to making good on another over gun rights before Texas lawmakers go home next week. In the home stretch of the first legislative session under Abbott, which ends Monday, there has been […]

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