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Diversifying Education a King Hallmark

Posted: 01/21/2008 - Diversifying America was a key component of Martin Luther King's message, and Texas A&M officials have repeatedly promoted diversity as a priority for the university's population.

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Chicken Pox Cases On the Rise

Posted: 01/21/2008 - A lot has probably changed since you were a kid. Those scratchy red bumps and blisters commonly known as the Chicken Pox can be prevented.

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United Way Youth Serve Local Community Agencies

Posted: 01/21/2008 - United Way's Youth Leadership Cabinet honored Dr. Martin Luther King, Junior Monday by serving others. When the Martin Luther King holiday was established, his wife Coretta King wanted it to be a day of giving back to the community.

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No Electricity Sends North Zulch Students Home Early

Updated: 01/21/2008 - Many schools around the Brazos Valley have off for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and Monday afternoon one more was added to that list. Parents of North Zulch students were asked to pick up their kids or be prepared for them to come home early.

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Controversial Film Coming To College Station

Updated: 01/20/2008 - A screening of the documentary, "For the Bible Tells Me So", is being brought to College Station by United Campus Ministry. The group hopes the film will encourage discussion about the church and homosexuality, and what that has meant for families and their gay children.

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Help A Firefighter - Eat Chili and Donate Blood!

Posted: 01/20/2008 - You can help a Bryan Firefighter by eating chili or donating blood. The Bryan Fire Department has teamed up to help their own, and will be feeding the masses at the same time.

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G-Men Win

Updated: 01/20/2008 - In the second overtime NFC Championship game in NFL history, the New York Giants upset the Green Bay Packers 23-20 on Lawrence Tynes' 47-yard field goal in OT.

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Chuck Norris Says McCain Is Too Old

Posted: 01/20/2008 - Actor Chuck Norris, who is campaigning for presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee, said today that John McCain is too old to handle the pressures of being president.

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Super Pats

Updated: 01/20/2008 - The New England Patriots are headed back to the Super Bowl. The Patriots, winners of three of the last six Super Bowls, advanced with a 21-12 win over San Diego.

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Texas A&M Mourns Beloved Chemist

Updated: 01/20/2008 - Dr. John L. Hogg, professor of chemistry and Thamann Professor of Undergraduate Teaching Excellence at Texas A&M University, died at the age of 59.

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McCain Wins In South Carolina

Posted: 01/19/2008 - John McCain is celebrating a hard-fought victory in South Carolina's Republican primary. Mike Huckabee lost by just a few percentage points.

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Archery Getting a Boost in Popularity

Posted: 01/19/2008 - We all know bow hunting is popular in Texas, but what about archery? Some say it is a lost art, but others disagree. Some of the sport's supporters could be found Saturday at Texas A&M University.

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Cats Clobber Aggies

Posted: 01/19/2008 - Michael Beasley scored 21 points and Bill Walker added 19 for Kansas State, which broke a close game open in the second half and went on to beat No. 9 Texas A&M 75-54 on Saturday.

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Madisonville Takes Aim at Big Bird Problem

Posted: 01/18/2008 - The buzzards are back, but this time Madisonville is ready. The Madisonville city council approved a measure allowing property owners in the Lake Visor subdivision to shoot the annual invaders.

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Apartment Fire Contained to Single Unit

Updated: 01/19/2008 - An afternoon fire damaged one apartment at the Windsor Pointe Apartments located at 2500 Central Park Lane in College Station.

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Honoring Steve Beachy

Posted: 01/18/2008 - His name is synonymous with local parks and recreation. Now, after three decades with the City of College Station, colleagues are saying farewell to Steve Beachy.

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St. Joseph Prepares to Open in CS

Updated: 01/18/2008 - For more than 70 years, St. Joseph Regional Health Center has been in Bryan. Now, it's getting ready to open its doors in College Station.

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CS Police Searching for Bank Robber

Updated: 01/18/2008 - The College Station Police Department is looking for bank robber on the run. Police say the robbery happened about 12:30p.m. Friday at the Bank of America on University Drive in College Station.

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