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Book Deal For Thomas Duncan’s Survivors

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) _ The fiancee and family of Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan hope a settlement and a book deal will provide closure after his death. Two publishers announced Thursday that Duncan’s fiancee Louise Troh is writing a memoir for release in April. The news came a day after an attorney for Duncan’s […]

One Minor Injury Following Crash That Closes Highway 6

Traffic on Highway 6 between OSR and Hearne was stopped for almost two hours Thursday afternoon following a crash. A witness told Peace 107’s Jami Mayberry a semi lost its load of pipe in front of the Valero store south of Hearne. The northbound trucker, who sustained minor injuries and was the only one who […]

Two Residential Fires Thursday Morning

Four fire departments were called out to a pair of residential fires Thursday morning. College Station firefighters were sent to the Doux Chene apartments across FM 2818 from the post office. Investigators say an improperly discarded cigarette started the fire inside a wall. Smoke was seen coming from the roof. Nine units responded, limiting damage […]

Bryan Parks List Totals Over $43 Million

The Bryan city council learned during a workshop this week the list of wants and needs for city parks adds up to an estimated $43.7 million dollars. The specific list of individual items was not presented by city staff. The presentation addressed how staff arrived at the estimate. The general breakdown is $42.9 million in […]

Groundbreaking of TAMU Residential-Retail-Hotel Complex

Where Texas A&M University once had married student housing, is becoming a multimillon dollar mixed use development. College Station Mayor Nancy Berry talked about some of the amenities of Century Square on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs.   Click HERE to read background information from developer Midway Companies. Groundbreaking took place Wednesday. The Houston Business Journal reports […]

Protecting Plants From The Cold

If you think it was cold last Tuesday night, it’s going to get colder. \ The best protection for plants according to AgriLife Extension specialist Monte Nesbitt in College Station is to let the sun do its thing during daylight hours and cover it at night. Something else TO do is to cover low-growing annual […]

Bryan Rotary Club’s Veterans Day Program

The annual Bryan Rotary Club’s Veterans Day program was held Wednesday at Veterans Park, site of the club’s Field Of Valor display of 1,000 American flags. The guest speaker was the Dean of the Bush School at Texas A&M, Ambassador Ryan Crocker. Also providing remarks was the President of the Brazos Valley Veterans Memorial board […]

Thanksgiving in the Brazos Valley is Back

Thanksgiving in the Brazos Valley is back. Organizers say a flood of community support followed last Friday’s announcement of cancelling this year’s serving of 1,200 meals. Food preparation will be done at Texas A&M by their private food service provider. Chartwells will also host volunteers and help get meals to those who need them. And […]

A&M System Receives Biocorridor Training Grant for Veterans

On Veterans Day, the Texas A&M University System announced receiving a federal workforce training grant through the Governor’s office. Assistant Director of the National Center of Therapeutics Manufacturing Jenny Ligon says 24 Texas veterans will be selected for the four week program to become technicians in the biocorridor and elsewhere in the state. Ligon says […]

President George W. Bush Launches Book About His Father at the Bush Library

President George W. Bush launched the release of his new book, titled “41: A Portrait of My Father”, at the George Bush Presidential Library Center. Andrew Card, who worked in the Presidential administrations of George H.W. and George W. Bush, moderated the discussion. Click below to listen to comments of President George W. Bush and […]

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