Updated: 05/09/2013 - Water has been one of the top priorities of the 2013 Texas Legislative Session but last week House Natural Resource Chairman Allan Ritter’s House Bill 11 that ear-marked two billion dollars in the rainy day fund to be spent on water projects was removed from the House Floor after it was ruled that it violated a rule on the consideration of appropriation bills.
|MONDAY, MARCH 3|
|Allen Academy - Open House|
|Nichole Quick - Power of the Purse|
|Kevin Spencer - OPAS presents Spencers Theatre of Illusion|
|Reason to Smile - Send in Your Smiles|
|TUESDAY, MARCH 4|
|Pamela Coursey - First Baptist Church - Franklin|
|Theresa Mangapora - Free Compost Day|
|WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5|
|George Bush Presidential Library|
|Congressman Bill Flores|
|THURSDAY, MARCH 6|
|Zack Varner - Rock Away Cystic Fibrosis|
|From the Ground Up - Click Here for Stories|
|Half Price Thursday - Click Here for Deals|
|FRIDAY, MARCH 7|
|Tiffany Davenport - Unity In Our Community|
|Janet Helduser - National Colon Cancer Awareness Month|
|Jayla Fry - Click for Weekend Gardener|
|Need More Information on Interview Slots?
Contact Mandy Riske: firstname.lastname@example.org
(Slots fill up two-to-three months in advance)
Helping people beat addiction and restoring families with faith based programs. Read More
Unexpected Value, Sophisticated Style
Voices for Children
Church for the rest of us.
Largest Sewing and Vacuum Dealer in Texas
Health center serving the Brazos Valley since 1936
Specialists for your environment
Quality Veterinary Medicine
Early Childhood Intervention can make a difference
You'll Find Something for Everyone
Where women go for answers.
A Clean You Can Trust
Developing Skills, Gaining Confidence
College Station's Natural Baby/Parenting Store!
For all your outdoor water needs
A unique and convenient way to a beautiful smile.
Scotty's House - Where The Healing Begins
Be a part of history!
Because HUNGER won't wait
Come as you are, leave feeling beautiful!