Congressman Bill Flores on WTAW

Congressman Bill Flores of Bryan visited with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia on Wednesday, November 18 2015 about legislation that puts a pause on the Middle Eastern refugee program, the impact of continuing lower gas prices in the oil industry, and co-sponsoring legislation that forces the TSA to allow concealed carry permits as acceptable identification.

Three Texas A&M System Agencies Receiving Four CPRIT Grants

The Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) has announced awarding 73 new grants totaling approximately $112 million dollars. Members of the Texas A&M University System received almost $2.5 million dollars from four grants. Two are going to the Health Science Center, a third to the flagship campus, and the fourth to AgriLife Research. […]

Brazos County Commission Approves East Bryan Economic Development Agreement

A local developer now has the green light to proceed on a major master planned community on the east side of Bryan. Brazos County Commissioners on Tuesday approved an economic development with the company owned by Don Adam for the Oakmont community. Up to 800 homes will be built in the area that is generally […]

Bryan City Council Adopts New Ambulance Discount On Split Vote

The city of Bryan writes off $1.7 million dollars a year from people without insurance who don’t pay for using fire department ambulances. A city council majority at its last meeting voted to lower ambulance bills as a trial to see if that will increase collections from those users. The one year experiment was proposed […]

District Court Criminal Pleas & Arrests For Repeat Suspects

A second man is headed to prison after admitting to being part of a carjacking and a bank robbery in north Bryan a year ago. 25 year old Jarrell Johnson of Bryan was sentenced to 40 years for the armed robbery of the Prosperity Bank at Highway 21 and Texas and before that taking a […]

Blue Bell Resumes Production in Brenham

Video & news release from Blue Bell’s website: Thank You for Your Support from Blue Bell Creameries on Vimeo.   Blue Bell Creameries resumed operations at its Brenham, Texas, facility today. “We are excited to announce that Blue Bell Ice Cream is once again being made at our main production plant in Brenham,” said Greg […]

CSISD Board Promotes the CSHS Principal, Ends a Construction Contract, and Names Its New Officers

College Station school board members have approved the promotion of the principal of College Station High School to the central office. Mike Martindale starts January 1 as the district’s new deputy superintendent for business and operations. Martindale is taking over for Glynn Walker, who is retiring after more than 30 years in public education. No […]

Blinn College Trustees Take Two More Steps Towards New West Bryan Campus

The next steps towards Blinn College building its new campus in west Bryan were taken during Tuesday night’s board of trustees meeting. One involves naming the construction company for the $35 million dollar first phase, which is scheduled for completion for classes to start in the fall of 2017. That includes the first of seven […]

32nd Thanksgiving in the Brazos Valley

It is time for the 32nd Thanksgiving in the Brazos Valley. Epicures Catering, along with several other organizations and agencies, will deliver 1,000 to 1,200 meals to needy families in the Brazos Valley on Thanksgiving Day. The owner of Epicures, Danny Morrison, said with the help of volunteers, meals are prepared at Duncan Dining Hall […]

MSC OPAS Presents Tony Bennett!

MSC OPAS proudly presents Tony Bennett in Concert next year. With his music spanning over six decades, Bennett has won 18 Grammy Awards including the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. His performance is set for Tuesday, April 26th. OPAS ticket package buyers and donors will have the first opportunity to purchase tickets from this Friday through […]

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