My Aggie Nation Podcast: The Mark French Revolution

From walk on to starter, Texas A&M senior guard Mark French has become a vital piece of Buzz William’s first-year game plan. French joined the podcast to talk through his journey from high school standout to SEC starter. Share this article:

Two More Republicans File For The 2020 Brazos County Election

Two more Brazos County Republicans have filed for county positions in next year’s election. There is a third candidate for county commission precinct one, which generates a primary election next March. Retired College Station firefighter Mike Ruesink joins College Station school board president Mike Schaefer and incumbent Steve Aldrich. And there is a second candidate […]

Brazos County Flu Shot Proclamation Includes A Personal Experience

This week’s Brazos County commission meeting included the annual proclamation to get a flu shot. Before the proclamation was read, Commissioner Irma Cauley said three days after getting a flu “supershot”, she was sick for four weeks. Commissioner Nancy Berry told Cauley without the shot, she could have had the flu for six weeks. Sara […]

College Station School Board Members Hear About New State Mandated Reading Academies

Starting next summer, public school districts in Texas will start mandated training of teachers and administrators to develop new reading academies. Click HERE to read and download the presentation made to the College Station school board. In College Station ISD, superintendent Clark Ealy told his school board the first round of training applies to 350 […]

Two Bryan Men Returning To Prison Following Plea Agreements With The Brazos County District Attorney’s Office

For the third time in six years, a Washington County man is headed to prison for crimes in Brazos County. As part of a plea agreement with the Brazos County district attorney’s office, 40 year old Buddy Perez of Burton admitted to forcing his way into a home west of Bryan in June of last […]

Grilling Food On An Apartment Balcony Brings Out College Station Firefighters

Residents of a College Station apartment complex between Veterans Park and Copperfield thought one of the buildings was on fire Wednesday night. What was reported as flames coming from a balcony at The Bend apartments, turned out to be someone illegally grilling food. There was no structure fire and no one was displaced. Share this […]

City of Bryan Update on WTAW

Kristen Waggener, Communications and Marketing Manager, visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about the city’s Holiday Magic event during her appearance on The Infomaniacs on Thursday, December 5, 2019. Listen to “Bryan’s Communications and Marketing Manager Kristen Waggener on The Infomaniacs” on Spreaker. Share this article:

Brazos County Has Its First Fulltime Paid Volunteer Fire Department Chief

For the first time, there is a full time paid chief of a volunteer fire department in Brazos County. Recently retired College Station assistant fire chief Joe Don Warren was chosen by the board overseeing the precinct four VFD. Warren, who started November 11th, was sworn in during Tuesday’s county commission meeting by county judge […]

What’s The Future Of Bryan ISD’s Milam Elementary School?

The future of the Bryan school district’s Milam elementary school campus, which ended classes in the spring of 2017, was discussed over the summer by the district’s bond steering committee. BISD communications director Matt LeBlanc says options considered by the committee included selling the former administration building, which is now the home of special education […]

Thursday Traffic Advisory In College Station At Texas & Brothers

Motorists on Texas Avenue in College Station between Harvey Mitchell and Deacon will have some issues Thursday. The city of College Station announced traffic signal poles are being installed at Texas and Brothers, causing delays on Thursday between nine and 3:30. Share this article:

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