Kyle Field Phase One Still On Time And On Budget

On time and on budget continues to be theme as phase one construction at Kyle Field enters its final month. A project update Tuesday led by Texas A&M System Chancellor John Sharp included two items he hopes will reduce the number of complaints he gets after every home football game. Sharp says at the top […]

Bryan Council Schedules Special Meetings on Superpark Referendum

The Bryan city council will meet Friday morning and next Monday in order to place on the November election ballot a non-binding referendum over the future of the municipal golf course. Click HERE for the proposed ballot language. In the form of a yes or no question, Bryan voters would be asked if they support […]

Quads Born at St. Joseph Regional Health Center

BRYAN, Texas (AP) _ A Central Texas woman has given birth to quadruplets. St. Joseph Regional Health Center in Bryan on Tuesday announced the two boys, the two girls and their mother are all doing well. Hospital spokeswoman Heather Bush says the premature quads were born Saturday night to Nyosha (ny-OH’-shuh) Boone of Bryan. The […]

Bryan City Council Approves Park Additions and Repairs

A unanimous Bryan city council agrees to pursue park repairs and additions. That’s after one speaker during last week’s council special meeting, Larry Gilbert, asked for several items after he said he got nowhere with the Parks and Recreation board.   Gilbert’s requests were also sought by councilmen Rafael Pena and Al Saenz. Their request […]

Lois Kolkhorst Officially Announces Her Interest in State Senate Seat

14 years after declaring her candidacy for state representative, Lois Kolkhorst of Brenham returned to the Washington County courthouse Tuesday to announce her intention to run for state senate. Kolkhorst would run for the seat now held by Glenn Hegar, the Republican nominee for state comptroller. Click below for Lois Kolkhorst’s announcement.

UT Regent Censured by House Committee

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ A Texas House panel has voted to censure a University of Texas System regent over his efforts to oust the president of the Austin campus, choosing not to pursue an impeachment process that could have removed him from office. Panel members said they could later vote on articles of impeachment against […]

State Public Schools Release Academic and Self-Evaluation Ratings

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) has released results of public school academic ratings and self-evaluations conducted by individual districts. It’s the second year of a new academic rating system that measures districts and individual campuses as either meeting standards or needing improvement. The TEA also awarded academic distinctions for individual schools based on a number […]

Weekend Police Activity in the Twin Cities

11 more vehicle burglaries took place in College Station over the weekend. Police also report two Houston men were arrested after being caught taking a cooler out of the bed of a pickup parked at the city’s utility center off Graham Road. Lt. Chuck Fleeger says neither suspect matches the picture of a man caught […]

Majority Vote Not Enough to Proceed With Bryan Apartment Complex

The Bryan planning and zoning commission voted 4-3 at its last meeting to turn vacant land near 29th and Villa Maria into apartments. But five votes were required. That means denial of a conditional use permit to build up to 71 mostly one bedroom units behind behind Hillier Funeral Home off Bristol Street. The applicant […]

Bryan Mayor Announces Golfing-Senior Center Proposal

The Bryan city council will have two options for the future of the Travis B. Bryan municipal golf course. Mayor Jason Bienski has announced a public-private partnership developed with the golfing association, city staff, and the owner of the Phillips Event Center at Briarcrest. Bienski says the 20 year proposal would start Briarcrest golf prices […]

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