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Infomaniacs: March 31, 2016 (6:00am)

0610 – Exterminators on campus causes problems. Today is/Celebrity birthdays. 0640 – President commutes sentences. No politics in we’re over it today. Random stuff. Super Connecticut stuff. Ponzi stuff.

Kevin O’Connor Kommentary March 30

Hannah Jechow named SEC Reining Rider of the Month

COLLEGE STATION – Texas A&M senior Hannah Jechow was named the SEC Reining Rider of the Month, the conference office announced Wednesday. “Hannah has been a very consistent rider for us all season,” head coach Tana McKay said. “We are really excited that she is able to close out her senior season with this honor.” […]

Texas says QB Heard injured shoulder

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ Texas quarterback Jerrod Heard, who is in a three-way competition for the starting job, injured a shoulder in spring practice. The school said Wednesday that the injury happened Tuesday and that Heard was being evaluated, but released no other details. Heard, a sophomore, is competing with senior Tyrone Swoopes and freshman […]

UPDATE: Bryan ISD Releases Maps of Proposed New Attendance Zones

The Bryan school district has released maps of proposed new attendance zones. This comes ahead of two public forums to share opinions about the new boundaries, reflecting the change in elementary schools to kindergarten through fourth grade, adding intermediate schools for fifth and sixth grades, and changing middle schools to seventh and eighth grades. The […]

B/CS Chamber Day Is Thursday

Thursday is the eighth annual Chamber Day. Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce vice-president Glen Brewer says 150 volunteers have a goal of visiting at least 900 businesses to collect information and gather observations. Volunteers include elected and administrative leaders from both cities and Brazos County, who will visit both Chamber and non-Chamber businesses. Chamber Day […]

Ribbon Cutting at Wayfair’s New Customer Service Center

Wednesday marked the official ribbon cutting of international online retailer, Wayfair. City officials, chamber members and Wayfair employees were all on hand Wednesday morning at the company’s new customer service center in Bryan. The ribbon cutting was preceded with comments from city officials and Co-founder and Co-chairman of the company, Steve Conine. Conine said the […]

One Arrested For Selling Drugs & Trio Arrested After Walking On The Wrong Side Of The Street

A College Station man attempting to sell a pair of shoes outside a local coffee house was arrested after police found more than $5,000 dollars of illegal drugs in his apartment. College Station police initially responded to Sweet Eugene’s House of Java last Friday night on a disorderly conduct call. That led to officers going […]

Texas Tech Issues Campus Carry Recommendations

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) _ A Texas Tech University task force has recommended a policy to govern the carrying of handguns on the Lubbock campus. In a statement Tuesday, Tech officials say the policy, which is required by a recent state law, will be reviewed by the Texas Tech University System regents. The policy would ban […]

Museum of the American GI on Display

The Museum of the American GI is on display at Living History Weekend.

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