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Longtime CS Parks Administrator Announces Retirement

Posted: 11/15/2007 - After 30 years with College Station Parks and Recreation, a familiar face is ready to ride off into the sunset. Assistant Director Ric Ploeger announced Thursday he'll retire at the end of December.

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FCA Banquet Honors Local Athletes

Posted: 11/15/2007 - Sports and spirituality came together Thursday evening as local athletes were honored at the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Victory Banquet.

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Odessa Outlines Pros of Bid for FutureGen

Updated: 11/16/2007 - If you have ever driven to West Texas, you know there is nothing but land as far as the eye can see. All that open space may prove to be an attractive selling point as the City of Odessa pushes to become the future home of FutureGen.

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West Agrees to be Deposed in Romei Case

Updated: 11/16/2007 - Gaines West will give his side of the story at a date to be determined, though the deposition will happen before January 4 according to West's attorney.

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Tuition Increase Approved at Sam Houston State

Updated: 11/16/2007 - It will cost a Sam Houston State University student 9 percent more to enroll for a 15-semester hour course schedule next fall under a fee schedule approved Thursday by the university's board of regents.

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Aggie Recycles Day

Updated: 11/16/2007 - Instead of throwing it away, recycle. That is what Texas A&M University students were encouraged to do Thursday during an educational event on campus.

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Twin City Mission Coat and Blanket Drive

Updated: 11/16/2007 - The Twin City Mission in Bryan is making sure no one stays cold this winter. The mission will hold its annual coat and blanket drive Friday for anyone needing something warm.

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High School Football Team Plays On After Coach's Death

Posted: 11/15/2007 - The funeral is set for tomorrow for a South Dallas high school football coach who died Monday after collapsing in a classroom full of students. Tonight, the football team will play their first-round playoff game in his honor.

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Coalition Urges TV Makers to Offer Free Recycling Programs

Posted: 11/15/2007 - A national recycling coalition says television manufacturers need to make it easier for American consumers to safely dispose of aging TVs. The TVs can seep lead and other hazardous chemicals into the soil .

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Beehive Removed from UH Building

Posted: 11/15/2007 - A beekeeper delicately removed a huge hive from an engineering building at the University of Houston. That clears the way for relocating the colony to a spot in a more secluded part of campus.

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Judge Says Government Can Seek Lay's Estate

Posted: 11/15/2007 - A federal judge has ruled that the government can proceed with efforts to seize nearly 13 million dollars from the estate of former Enron founder Kenneth Lay.

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Former CS City Manager Sued

Updated: 11/14/2007 - A former College Station city manager is being sued by a Corpus Christi building official. Skip Noe is named in a lawsuit filed Friday by Alonzo Garza.

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Brazos Valley Legislator Will Not Seek Another Term

Updated: 11/14/2007 - A longtime Brazos Valley state representative is ready to call it quits. District 17 Democrat Robby Cook phoned several county chairs Wednesday saying he will not see re-election to a sixth term in the Texas House.

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Factors That Put Jewett on FutureGen's Short List

Updated: 11/14/2007 - The community of Jewett stands as one of the last four sites for the FutureGen clean-burning coal power plant for several reasons. However, city officials say there was one in particular: the town sits on top of a coal mine.

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Student Bonfire Faces Burn Ban

Updated: 11/14/2007 - A wrench may have been thrown in the works for the new off-campus bonfire tradition, which is scheduled for Saturday.

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Aggie Challenge: Big Mac Ingredients vs. Ten Commandments

Posted: 11/14/2007 - A recent study revealed more Americans are able to name the ingredients in a Big Mac than can name the Ten Commandments. The Catholic Students Association at Texas A&M decided to put this study to the test.

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Bonfire Remembrance Week Held at A&M

Updated: 11/14/2007 - As the eight year anniversary of the bonfire tragedy approaches, Texas A&M students are remembering the 12 Aggies killed in the collapse.

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