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Aggie All-American Garrett to Leave for NFL

COLLEGE STATION–The following is a statement from Texas A&M All-American junior defensive end Myles Garrett: “After talking with my family and my coaches, I feel it is in my best interest to declare for the 2017 NFL draft. I would like to thank my teammates for always supporting me, encouraging me and holding me accountable. […]

On Our Stages in January — Celebration of Randy Wilson

A&M Drops SEC Opener to Tennessee, 73-63

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — Lamonte Turner scored 14 points and Detrick Mostella added 13 as Tennessee beat Texas A&M 73-63 on Thursday night in the teams’ Southeastern Conference opener. The Volunteers (8-5) overwhelmed the Aggies (8-4) in points off turnovers (19-6), while creating 16 A&M turnovers to 10 of their own. A&M’s D.J. Hogg […]

Bryan Councilman & His Girlfriend Are Arrested On Family Violence Assault Charges

Newly elected Bryan city councilman Reuben Marin and his live-in girlfriend were arrested Thursday morning following a domestic disturbance. Marin and Valerie Mendoza-Rodriguez were charged with family violence assault at Marin’s home. According to the arrest report from Bryan police, the couple had been drinking and had spent four hours fighting. Mendoza’s father told police […]

Texas A&M Junior Wide Receiver Ricky Seals-Jones to Enter NFL Draft

Texas A&M junior wide receiver Ricky Seals-Jones has announced he intends to forego his senior season to enter the NFL draft. Jones shared the following graphic on Twitter early Thursday afternoon. Seals-Jones, from Sealy, TX, played in two games for the Aggies as a true freshman in 2013, but suffered a season-ending injury before taking […]

Property Tax Payments Credited To 2016 Can Be Made Through January 3

Thanks to the calendar and to state law, property owners will have through the end of the business day on Januaray 3 to pay taxes and still receive federal income tax credit for making a payment in 2016. Brazos County tax assessor-collector Kristy Roe says payments when the office is closed can be made in […]

Brazos County Commission Approves First Municipal Utility District Agreement

Progress continues towards the start of a development of 14 hundred homes and retail south of College Station. Brazos County Commissioners at this week’s meeting approved an agreement for a municipal utility district…or MUD…at the site of the former Texas World Speedway. County judge Duane Peters says developers of the Southern Pointe community needed county […]

Reynolds Has Record Night, Aggies Fall Just Short in Texas Bowl

HOUSTON (AP) — Jesse Ertz threw for 195 yards and a touchdown and ran for two more scores in Kansas State’s 33-28 victory over Texas A&M in the Texas Bowl on Wednesday night. Ertz had a 79-yard touchdown pass and scoring runs of 1 and 5 yards to help give Kansas State its fourth straight […]

CS Burglary Suspect Arrested 11 Days After Jail Release

A College Station man released from jail two weeks ago was arrested early Thursday morning for burglary of a habitation. According to a news release from College Station police, a resident of the Zone apartments on Holleman Drive West reported a man entered his unit and took unidentified property. Police arrested 22 year-old William Toups […]

Infomaniacs: December 29, 2016 (8:00am)

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