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Alton "Nap" Cole: A Cut Above The Competition

Updated: 03/04/2010 - Somewhere nestled in Downtown Bryan there's a place that's been around for almost a three quarters of a century. It's a place where time stands still and is reminiscent of a nostalgic era when a good haircut, a shave, a shoe-shine and good conversation is what drew men to the barber shop.

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A Bryan Man Lives Life On Stage

Updated: 03/04/2010 - He's been on some of the biggest stages in America. These days, he mostly stays out of the bright lights. This man originally grew up in Bryan, and is now sending actors to Los Angeles and New York from his little stage off of Texas Avenue.

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Don Strickland: Serving Somerville and the Brazos Valley

Posted: 01/07/2010 - For your first Names and Faces story of the 2010, we meet a man who has proven that nice guys really can finish first. He's Somerville's own Don Strickland and he's truly a southern gentleman who has gained the respect of all who meet him.

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Sr. Gretchen Kunz: Serving God and the Brazos Valley

Updated: 11/05/2009 - When Sister Gretchen Kunz first arrived in Brazos Valley, Saint Joseph Hospital was just a small hospital. 52 years after she came on the scene, through the soft spoken Sister's guidance, input, prayers and planning, Bryan/College Station has become a medical hub.

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Names & Faces of The Brazos Valley - Donnis Baggett

Updated: 10/15/2009 - For many years, Donnis Baggett has been welcomed in to homes all around the area and many have enjoyed his whit, charm and insight when they're read all about his escapades and interests in The Eagle newspaper.

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Caldwell Man Leads By Example

Updated: 10/01/2009 - Each month, Brenda Sims bring you fascinating stories about people from our community. This story is a first for Names and Faces.

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Randall Carter: Living Life To The Fullest

Updated: 08/27/2010 - The story of Randall Carter is quite the inspirational story. Imagine being at the lowest point in your life, and feeling like there was no one out there to help you.

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Names and Faces of the Brazos Valley - Adam Brooks

Updated: 08/30/2009 - Bryan Police Officer Adam Brooks has learned many skills in his life that help him everyday on the streets. And those skills have helped him save the lives of two residents -- twice.

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Names and Faces of the Brazos Valley - James Cooper

Updated: 08/30/2009 - Dr. James F. Cooper has seen a lot change since he first arrived in Bryan, TX in 1955. Now at 82 years old, he's the oldest practicing physician in the twin cities. And it all started when he was an 18-year-old who had just joined the Navy.

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Names And Faces Of The Brazos Valley - Paul Madison

Updated: 07/16/2009 - Paul Madison enjoys giving back to his city by serving as a city council member. And despite losing his vision two years ago, this life-long Bryan resident hasn't lost his passion for serving the community's citizens.

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Names and Faces of The Brazos Valley - Beverly Turek

Updated: 07/02/2009 - Beverly Turek uses the life lessons she has learned to give back to the Bryan-College Station community, including by providing free computer classes to those who wish to further their knowledge.

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Names and Faces of the Brazos Valley - Red Cashion

Updated: 06/26/2009 - Red Cashion spent 25 years on the football field as a referee. And this life-long Brazos Valley resident will forever be known for one thing - his emphatic first down call.

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