Brenham Police Investigating Murder of a Blinn College Student

Brenham police are investigating the Thursday night murder of a Blinn College student. College officials identified the victim as Trey Kurtz of Houston. Blinn district president Harold Nolte sent an e-mail stating advising and counseling services will be available to all affected students. Dr. Nolte also wrote the college extended its condolences to the victim’s […]

Water Pipeline From Burleson County to San Antonio

SAN ANTONIO (AP) _ City leaders have approved a 142-mile pipeline that will carry more than 16 billion gallons of water to San Antonio for at least 30 years. The city council on Thursday approved a pipeline that will be built and operated by the San Antonio Water System and a private consortium. The line […]

Hope Pregnancy Center Buys The Former Bryan Planned Parenthood Clinic

Closed in August of 2013, the Planned Parenthood clinic in Bryan has been sold to Hope Pregnancy Center. The executive director of the faith-based organization, Tracy Frank, says an STD clinic will open in January. Current services will continue at Hope’s present location in College Station and a $100,000 fundraising campaign has started to finish […]

Saturday’s Corps of Cadets March is Around the A&M Campus

The Commandant of the Texas A&M University Corps of Cadets has announced changes to this week’s Cadets military walk preceding the Aggies football game. Brigadier General (Ret.) Joe Ramirez posted on his Facebook page this will be the only time this season the march will not go through Kyle Field. “Given the early start of […]

College Station’s Jay Socol on WTAW

College Station Director of Public Communications Jay Socol discussed city growth, elections, upcoming events, and more on The Infomaniacs, Friday, October 31. Click below to listen to Jay Socol’s visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.

State of the City of Bryan Goes Video For the First Time

For the first time in many years, the City of Bryan has a State of the City report. For the first time ever, that report is on video. City Manager Kean Register says he and City Secretary Mary Lynne Stratta had talked about rolling out a report following the close of the fiscal year on […]

Groundbreaking to Replace Schools Destroyed By West Fertilizer Plant Explosion

Update: A year and a half ago, the fertilizer plant explosion in West took out the town’s middle and high schools. Thursday morning was the groundbreaking of the new $50 million dollar campus. Among those in attendance were Congressman Bill Flores of Bryan and State Representative Kyle Kacal of rural Brazos County, whose district includes […]

Leader of International Atomic Energy Agency Visits Texas A&M

The man in charge of the International Atomic Energy Agency spent three days this week on the Texas A&M University campus before going to the United Nations. It was the first extensive visit to a U.S. university by Director General Yukiya Amano. His stops included the vet school’s diagnostic imaging and cancer treatment center, the […]

Bryan City Council Renews RVP Contract on Split Vote

Another split vote at this week’s Bryan city council meeting approved the yearly contribution to the Research Valley Partnership. Click HERE to read the background information presented to the Bryan city council. Al Saenz, who along with Rafael Pena voted against the $350,000 dollar payment, says city staff can recruit major employers for less money […]

Dr. Murano Named Permanent Director of Borlaug Institute

The Norman Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture at Texas A&M University named Dr. Elsa Murano the permanent director earlier this month. Dr. Murano has been the interim director since June 2012. “I am happy to be doing this and serving the Aggie community and serving people around the world and carrying this legacy of Dr. […]

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