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Remains of Shakespeare's Curtain Theatre Found

Posted: 06/06/2012 - LONDON (AP) - Archaeologists say they have discovered the remains of an Elizabethan theater where some of William Shakespeare's plays were first performed.

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Cronkite Biographer Calls Him 'TV Conscience'

Posted: 06/05/2012 - Walter Cronkite's power was considerable and he used it for good. He flourished in the bargain and lived a heck of a life. None of that will come as news to the world he so reliably informed, but it is carefully and colorfully laid out in "Cronkite", the just-released biography by Douglas Brinkley.

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US Terminates Funding for Pakistani Sesame Street

Posted: 06/05/2012 - KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - The U.S. Embassy in Pakistan says it terminated funding for a $20 million project to develop a local version of Sesame Street amid reports of corruption.

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Local Veteran's Group Gets a New Van

Updated: 06/05/2012 - The local chapter of the Disabled American Veterans drives disabled veterans back and forth to doctor's appointments, some as far away as Waco and Temple. They put a lot of miles on the lone van they bought over two years ago; almost 90-thousand to be exact.

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Space Shuttle Arrives in New Jersey

Posted: 06/04/2012 - The prototype space shuttle Enterprise has arrived in New Jersey, the first half of its trip to the flight deck of a decommissioned aircraft carrier in New York City.

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From the Ground Up - New Food Grade Sorghum Hybrid

Updated: 05/31/2012 - While corn, wheat, and rice continue to be the primary food grains that people consume, research into some food grade grain sorghums has produced a few commercially viable hybrids that can be used as an alternative in certain small markets.

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Young Implosion Watchers Share Their Opinion

Updated: 05/24/2012 - Thousands of people. Everywhere you look. Each with a different reason for being up early on Thursday morning. But ,among the crowd, both young and old, we found two experts.

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From the Ground Up - Bio-Energy Crops

Updated: 05/24/2012 - Research on alternative fuel sources has been ongoing for many years, and it now appears that in addition to providing the world’s food and fiber, farmers may be able to grow specialty bio-energy crops to make fuel as well.

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From the Ground Up: Bio-mass Fuel's Impact on Agriculture

Updated: 05/17/2012 - Texas A&M chemical engineers believe that the technology that turns biodegradable substances into fuel will become commercially viable in about ten years, and when that happens it will make a big impact on production agriculture.

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From the Ground Up: Bio-Mass Fuel

Updated: 05/10/2012 - For many years there’s been a lot of discussion about alternative fuels and a lot of research has been done on the subject, but a Texas A&M chemical engineer is very close to having a commercially viable process to convert bio-mass into gasoline and jet fuel.

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B/CS Chamber Takes Small Business Issues to Members of Congress

Updated: 05/06/2013 - In their second full day in Washington D.C., the B/CS delegation says lawmakers are responding to their message. Wednesday, the group split up and made their way around Capitol Hill, visiting with members of congress in their offices.

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Preparing for B/CS in DC 2012

Updated: 05/06/2013 - Gearing up for a week in Washington, D.C. with the Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce. I'll have many ways for you to follow the trip!

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10 Year Drought Prediction Still Possible

Updated: 05/03/2012 - Last September, Texas State Climatologist Dr. John Nielson-Gammon said that Texas as a whole could be in store for a 10 to 15 year drought. After soaking Winter rains, is that forecast still valid?

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From the Ground Up - Opportunities In Agriculture

Updated: 05/03/2012 - Kids have always faced the proverbial question of “what do I want to be when I grow up”, but today it might be more like “what do I want to be when I grow up to make sure I can find a job.”

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Last Year's Drought Affecting This Year's Landscape

Updated: 05/02/2012 - If you take the time to look up, you'll see dead and dying trees across the Brazos Valley and all over Texas. While some of the after effects of last years drought are just now showing up, it is not too late to save stressed landscape.

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