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Aggieland Outfitters Settles with UT over "Saw 'Em Off" Logo

Updated: 06/26/2007 - The dispute between the University of Texas and a College Station company over the Longhorn logo has finally come to an end. Aggieland Outfitters was sued in January for their well-known "Saw 'Em Off" logo. UT claimed the logo infringed the longhorn trademark and caused confusion among consumers.

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Navasota City Council Picks Up Annexation Talk

Updated: 06/25/2007 - City growth is on the agenda Monday for the Navasota City Council. Council members will consider a second reading of an ordinance clearing the way for annexation of almost 343 acres of land.

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Mobile Home Catches Fire in Brazos County

Updated: 06/25/2007 - A Brazos County family is picking up the pieces after fire damaged their mobile home Saturday. It happened in Benchley just off Highway 6 in the northwestern portion of Brazos County.

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One Dead, Two Injured in Grimes County Accident

Updated: 06/25/2007 - A Magnolia woman is dead and two others are injured after a fatal accident Sunday morning in Grimes County. It happened just before 7 a.m. on Highway 105, about two miles west of Stoneham.

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Still No Identity Of Human Remains Found

Updated: 06/25/2007 - Bryan police say they will notify family members before releasing the identity of the person whose remains were found Friday night. Police found the remains in the backyard of a home in the 3500 block of Oak Hollow.

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Seniors Rally For A Senior Center

Updated: 06/25/2007 - Local seniors citizens went to the park Sunday afternoon for some fun in the sun. The senior advocacy group Amigos del Valle de Brazos sponsored the event.

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Baptist Churches Tracking Ministers Convicted of Sex Crimes

Updated: 06/25/2007 - The Baptist General Convention of Texas has launched a website that could help keep all of their 5,600 affiliated churches from bringing predators into the pulpit. The website contains the names of convicted sex offenders that may have served as ministers in some Texas Baptist congregations.

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Cycling To Support The Disabled

Posted: 06/23/2007 - Some two-wheeled enthusiasts hit the road for a good cause. The 3rd annual Mayday Challenge Bike Ride was held Saturday morning.

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Street Name To Honor The Pruitts

Posted: 06/23/2007 - A new street name in Bryan will preserve and recognize the work of husband and wife civic leaders. Bryan residents joined city leaders Saturday for the renaming of East 20th Street in Bryan.

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Judges to State: No More Kids Sleeping in Offices

Updated: 06/23/2007 - AUSTIN (AP) - Travis County judges are ordering a stop to the practice of having foster children sleep in state offices when there's nowhere else to place them. Ten district judges on Friday served the Department of Family and Protective Services with the standing order.

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Lady Bird Johnson Remains in Austin Hospital

Posted: 06/23/2007 - AUSTIN (AP) - Former first lady Lady Bird Johnson remained hospitalized Saturday but is doing well while undergoing medical tests. "Mrs. Johnson had a good night," family spokeswoman Elizabeth Christian said. "She's resting comfortably. No change. Everything is good."

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Kroger Employees' Union Strikes Deal with Grocer

Updated: 06/23/2007 - Union workers at Texas Kroger stores, including Bryan-College Station, may have avoided a strike. That's after a reaching a tentative agreement Friday with the grocery chain on a new contract.

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Two Newcomers, Former Councilman Elected in B-CS Runoffs

Updated: 06/24/2007 - It was a good night to be a political newcomer as two residents with no political experinence were elected, while a former councilman was sent back for another term. John Crompton, Paul Madison, and Ann Horton were the three winners in the June 23 runoff elections.

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Election Day in the Twin Cities

Posted: 06/23/2007 - Three seats on the city councils of Bryan and College Station will be decided in Saturday's runoff elections.

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Full Human Remains Now Uncovered at Bryan Home

Updated: 06/24/2007 - Early Saturday morning, Bryan Police uncovered the entire remains of a body at a home on Oak Hollow, this after an anonymous tip led them to the familiar street Friday night.

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No Bond Reduction for Husband Accused of Killing Wife

Updated: 06/22/2007 - A Bryan man accused of fatally shooting his wife remained jailed Friday after a judge refused to lower his bond. Judge J.D. Langley denied a bond reduction for 53-year-old Bobbie Ray Tates. His bond remains at $80,000.

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Bryan SMD 2 Runoff: Flores vs. Madison

Updated: 06/22/2007 - Longtime businessman and community activist Mike Flores is taking on the former Single Member District 2 seat-holder, businessman Paul Madison in the race for that seat in Bryan.

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Local Firefighters Examine South Carolina Tragedy

Updated: 06/24/2007 - Throughout the week, Bryan and College Station's fire departments have come together for safety briefs. This is not the first time local firefighters have learned from tragedy.

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