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Free Flu Shots

Release courtesy of the Brazos County Health Department The Brazos County Health Department will be providing free flu shots on Thursday, December 18, 2014 at the Brazos Valley African American Museum located at 500 E. Pruitt Street in Bryan. In honor of the health department providing services for 75 years in Brazos County, 75 vaccines […]

The Search for Reveille IX

The time has come to find a new First Lady of Texas A&M. Reveille VIII watched her last football game at Kyle Field on Thanksgiving night, as she is retiring this year. As part of the search process for the new Rev, applications were sent to breeders and shelters all over the country. Tom Reber, […]

Operation Breakfast with Santa

Information courtesy of College Station Police Department The College Station Police Department, the College Station Police Department Citizen’s Police Academy Alumni Association and the Texas A&M University Student Government Association are proud to announce the hosting of the annual “Breakfast with Santa” program. “Breakfast with Santa” creates a positive atmosphere for underprivileged children to interact […]

Downtown Bryan Christmas Parade

Courtesy of Downtown Bryan Association The Downtown Bryan Christmas Parade will kick off at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, December 12th. The lighted parade will feature festive floats, organizations, music, and of course, Santa Claus! The parade will begin at 24th and Bryan St. heading south, turn on 28th, and head back up Main St.  A […]

Brazos Valley Food Bank Receives Donation from American Momentum Bank

American Momentum Bank donated $250,000 to the Brazos Valley Food Bank‘s $4.125 million warehouse expansion project. The project, Because Hunger Won’t Wait, maximizes current space but also meets several critical needs including: More space for more food More cold space to capture the freshest food available More designated volunteer space to maximize output With the […]

Texas A&M Applying to Host Presidential Debate

Texas A&M students, faculty, staff and other members of the community are working on an application to host a 2016 presidential debate. Jose Bermudez, Associate Provost for Strategic Planning, says several factors are taken into consideration when selecting a host site. “A lot of it has to do with the suitability of the facilities and […]

88th B/CS Christmas Parade to Include Live Camels

The Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band and Ross Volunteers will lead off the 88th B/CS Christmas on Sunday at 2 p.m. Co-chair Penny Zent says the Twelve Days of Christmas theme has inspired creativity in several of the entries. One entry will be a live nativity scene, which includes live camels. The parade will begin at […]

Donations Fund Large Medical Bill for Service Dog

Sgt. William Cole was suffering from a traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress disorder when he returned home from Afghanistan and Iraq almost three years ago. In October 2012, after therapy and medication had failed to help, Cole adopted a puppy he named Hank. “Hank was there when I found myself wanting to stay in. […]

Rudder Auditorium Receives Face Lift

Rudder Auditorium on Texas A&M’s campus is getting an update. Wednesday, 2,500 new seats with custom fabric, arrived at the auditorium to replace the original seats from the early 1970’s. The auditorium will also receive new carpet and a fresh paint job. Neil Peltier, Assistant Director of Rudder Theatre Complex, said the auditorium will reopen in […]

Congressman Bill Flores on WTAW

U.S. Representative Bill Flores (R-TX) of Bryan discussed his recent trip to Afghanistan, Chuck Hagel’s resignation, and what can be done in session before the end of the year on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, November 26. Click below to listen to Congressman Bill Flores’ discussion with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. BillFlores112614

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