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St. Michael's Academy Educator Honored

Updated: 08/19/2007 - A local private school said goodbye to one of the people who helped build it up from the ground. Some 25 years ago, Helen Spencer began her tenure as Head of School at St. Michael’s Academy in Bryan.

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Teen Club Offers Clean Fun

Updated: 08/19/2007 - A club opened up Saturday night that some parents may have actually encouraged their teens to go to. Members of the House of Hope Church hosted “Club 116” at the Lincoln Center.

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Brazos County Exposition Complex Gives Good Showing

Updated: 08/19/2007 - Locals and visitors did not waste any time breaking in the new Brazos County Exposition Complex and County officials could not have been more pleased. All smiles on Saturday, Brazos County Judge Randy Sims said after years of setbacks, looking at the facility and hearing the compliments made it worth while.

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Report: SMU's Push for Bush 43 Library Began in 2001

Posted: 08/18/2007 - Documents show that Southern Methodist University, the leading contender for George W. Bush's presidential library, started using its political, financial and social connections soon after his election to try to land the project.

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Fallen Soldier Returns to the Brazos Valley

Updated: 08/18/2007 - It was a somber homecoming for the family of William "Billy" Edwards. Marykay and Billy Edwards held back tears, as they waited for the plane carrying their son's body.

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Jury is Deciding Hearne Man's Fate

Updated: 08/18/2007 - A man accused of making a terroristic threat now has his fate in the hands of a jury. Friday afternoon, jurors began deliberating in the case brought against Tommy Jones.

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Bryan Man Sentenced to Life in Stabbing

Updated: 08/18/2007 - A Bryan man convicted of murder is headed to prison for life. Michael Young, 23, was found guilty Friday on one count of murder in connection with last year's stabbing death of Mary Neely.

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Technology Tests for Reflux Faster

Updated: 08/18/2007 - For patients suffering from difficulty swallowing, chest pains, and even acid reflux, a new piece piece of equipment may help them find the root of the pain.

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Music, Dancing, and More for Local Teens

Posted: 08/17/2007 - The House of Hope is hosting "Club 116", a party for teens 13 to 18-years-old, offering music, dancing, prizes and plenty more. The event will be held Saturday at the Lincoln Center in College Station, from 8 p.m. until midnight.

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Dogfighting Plea Deals Leave Vick on His Own

Posted: 08/17/2007 - RICHMOND, Va. – Two of Michael Vick's alleged cohorts in a dogfighting enterprise entered guilty pleas Friday, leaving the Atlanta Falcons quarterback on his own to cut a deal or face trial on federal charges. With his NFL career in jeopardy and a superseding indictment adding more charges in the works, Vick and his lawyers have been talking with federal prosecutors about a possible plea agreement.

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Jobs in Jeopardy at Dell

Posted: 08/17/2007 - ROUND ROCK, Texas (AP) - Jobs are on the line after Dell announced it will reduce more than four years worth of earnings. An internal probe found the Round Rock-based computer company misled auditors and manipulated results for performance goals.

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National Guardsman Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy

Posted: 08/17/2007 - (AP) - A National Guardsman accused of helping transport illegal immigrants has pleaded guilty in Laredo to a felony conspiracy charge. Twenty-six-year-old Private First Class Jose Rodrigo Torres was one of three guardsmen accused of helping undocumented immigrants passed a checkpoint on Interstate 35.

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United We Roll Fundraiser Benefits United Way

Updated: 08/17/2007 - It was a different location, but for the same cause. Double Dave's Pizzaworks hosted the fourth annual United We Roll fundraiser Thursday night benefiting the United Way.

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TAMU Nationally Ranked on "Great Schools, Great Prices" List

Posted: 08/17/2007 - COLLEGE STATION, August 17, 2007 — Texas A&M University ranks third nationally among public universities in the “Great Schools, Great Prices” category in the 2008 edition of “America’s Best Colleges” published Friday (Aug. 17) by U.S. News & World Report—two places higher than for the previous year. The magazine also lists Texas A&M among the top colleges and universities in the “First-Year Experience” category that is part of a section titled “Programs to Look For.”

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Report Identifies Weakest Operational Bridges in Texas

Posted: 08/17/2007 - AUSTIN (AP) - Some of the weakest bridges in the state are over East Texas swamps and bustling intersections in Dallas. Details are in a report released by the Texas Department of Transportation.

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