Updated: 08/01/2013 - Navasota Mayor Bert Miller probably wouldn't have run for the job if he hadn't been encouraged by one of his friends to get off the couch and get involved. Soon after that implied couch potato comment, Bert traded in his sofa for the many hats he's learned to wear.
Updated: 07/18/2013 - The cowboy hat is an iconic item for many Texans, and one local Bryan resident has been making them for close to 30 years.
Updated: 07/21/2011 - Anne Black's work with The Opera and Performing Arts Society at Texas A&M University is not just a job, it's her passion.
Posted: 07/07/2011 - Through her job with College Station Park's and Recreation, Marci Rodgers is able to plan and coordinate activities specifically designed for seniors. Even though she works hard, she loves her job, and considers all those in her senior groups, her friends.
Updated: 05/19/2011 - Brenda Ponzio works for Elms Orthodontist. She's worked for Dr. Troy Elms for 20 years, but before that she also worked for Dr. Tom King for 20 years. In a day and age when people seem to job hop, Brenda's been a faithful employee who looks forward to going to work everyday.
Updated: 03/05/2011 - There are many faces of retirees throughout the Brazos Valley, but one of the more recognizable ones is that of Reveille VII. Miss Rev, as members of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets call her, has championship papers up and down both sides of her line and now that she's retired, Reveille VII has no official obligations to the university.
Updated: 02/17/2011 - Ulman McMullen came to the Brazos Valley in the sixties and watched the television industry change right before his eyes.
Updated: 11/18/2010 - Linda Morten has cooking down to an art and she's turned her love of cooking into cash.
Updated: 10/21/2010 - Sister John, as she's called, joined the convent in Rome, and ever since this feisty Italian stepped foot in the Brazos Valley, she's truly touched the lives of all who've been around her. But before she arrived, she endured many hardships.
Posted: 10/08/2010 - Scouting in America was founded on February 8th, 1910 and since then, it's become one of the largest youth organizations in the country, with more than four million members. However, from all of those members, very few become Eagle Scouts, but of those that do earn the honor, all recall their scouting experience fondly and all say they will forever treasure their memories.
Updated: 09/16/2010 - Ron Crozier, a familiar face in the Brazos Valley and former Sports Director at KBTX-TV spends his time working at the Twin City Mission and staying active in sports.
Posted: 08/12/2010 - "I would come work here after school when I was still in high school, I was 16."
Posted: 08/12/2010 - "The greatest compliment that I get is that people feel I'm doing a good job and that I've affected people's lives. Hopefully, I'm trying to make a difference in peoples lives," says Judge Munoz.
Posted: 08/12/2010 - "French pastry don't get it right. Italian bread ain't even close. Your English muffin says don't mean nothing, we've got Texas toast."
Posted: 08/12/2010 - "Everything that has happened has been good I really don't want the credit for it because I was just a part of the cog, part of the cog on the wheel, one of the little cogs that made it happen," said Bernard Rychlik.
Updated: 07/01/2010 - Mark Scarmardo, owner of The Farm Patch says there are two reasons for his success...his customers and his family. But he points out that if his parents hadn't taught him about life and hard work, he wouldn't be the success that he is.
Posted: 04/21/2010 - In her 20 year career, Caroline Benavides has reigned over Spanish radio in the Brazos Valley and you can hear her on Radio Allegria AM 1240.
Updated: 04/01/2010 - JJ Ramirez walks with a stride of confidence as he enters the room. He has to have that bit of confidence, because some of the people in his classroom on this Thursday evening are looking for guidance from a leader.
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.
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.
Updated: 02/05/2010 - In Thursday's Names and Faces segment News Three took a closer look at Judge Randy Sims.
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.