Blinn To Consider Stopping Construction Of New West Bryan Campus

News release from Blinn College: The Texas A&M University System has invited Blinn College to build facilities at the newly announced RELLIS Campus, formerly Riverside campus, that would allow the community college to enter into innovative partnerships with the universities of the Texas A&M System. John Sharp, Chancellor of The Texas A&M University System, recently […]

College Station Fire Chief Announces His Retirement

College Station is losing its second fire chief in two and a half years. Eric Hurt announced Tuesday he will retire June 30 after 35 years with CSFD. City manager Kelly Templin says an immediate search will begin for Hurt’s successor. An interim chief will be named closer to Hurt’s retirement date. News release from […]

More Administrator Changes In The Bryan School District

The Bryan school district will have four new principals, a new division director, and possibly a high school mariachi band next fall. Personnel actions at the last school board meeting included hiring a new district wide fine arts director. Patrick Corbett spent the last three years as assistant principal at Jane Long Middle School. Trustee […]

Arrests Include Wives Accused Of Domestic Assault, Cleaning Woman Taking A Customer’s Jewelry, & Crash Related DWI’s

Two domestic disputes result in the wives being arrested for assaulting their husbands. In one case, the wife was also taken to jail on arrest warrants from four unrelated cases. Bryan police responding to a disturbance Sunday night at the Creekside Apartments on Plainsman Lane near East 29th were told an argument over money resulted […]

Texas A&M System Wants To Help Manage New Mexico Federal Nuclear Facility

One of three federal laboratories responsible for managing the nation’s nuclear arsenal may include the Texas A&M system. That’s the goal of Chancellor John Sharp, as he and representatives of other partners formally announced Tuesday morning a bid to operate the Sandia National Laboratories in New Mexico. A&M, the University of Texas System, and the […]

Texas Parents Sue State Over This Year’s STAAR Tests

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ A group of Texas parents want a judge to scrap results from a statewide standardized test that is under new scrutiny after a computer glitch this spring lost thousands of student answers. The lawsuit filed Monday claims that students in grades 3-8 across Texas could unfairly be held back this year […]

Recognize These Men?

From Bryan police: A shoplifting occurred at the Walmart on Harvey Mitchell Pkwy on 3/17/16 at approximately 2:00 p.m. Value of items $180.00. If anyone recognized these two they are asked to call Det. Wallace at 979-209-5455 or Crime Stoppers at 979-775-TIPS. Refer to case #16-0300684.

Update On Four Arrested For Bryan C-Store Robberies Last Year

One of four men arrested for participating in convenience store armed robberies in Bryan in January of last year is back in jail. Bryan police arrested 19 year old Tylar Davis of Caldwell for threatening to shoot the mother of his child and four other people in Henderson Park. Davis had been out of jail […]

Prison For White Collar Theft, 4th DWI, & 2nd Robbery

Stealing $275,000 dollars from her former employer means prison time for a College Station woman. How long 59 year old Debra Sikes serves depends in part to how much restitution she pays. According to the Brazos County district attorney’s office, Sikes may be eligible for probation after six months if she pays back what she […]

Texas A&M Announces The Death Of Longtime Supporter John Lindsey

A Texas A&M graduate who assisted his alma mater for seven decades has died. 93 year old John Lindsey of Houston, class of 1944, passed away Friday after a lengthy illness. President George H.W. Bush issued a statement (see below for a screen shot of the entire statement) that read in part “I will always […]

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