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College Station Woman Accused of Attacking Young Girl

Updated: 04/30/2007 - A College Station woman has been accused of injuring a young girl with a hair tool. College Station police say Ariel JeanJacques was arrested Saturday in the 2500 block of Cypress Drive.

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Cattle Baron's Ball: A Charitable Night Out

Updated: 04/29/2007 - It was a Saturday night of dinner of dancing for a good cause. The 11th annual Cattle Baron's Ball, benefiting the American Cancer Society, drew a big crowd.

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Highway 6 Accident Injures One

Updated: 04/29/2007 - A Bryan woman was recovering Saturday night after officials say she lost control of her vehicle, flipping it several times. The Brazos County Department of Public Safety says it happened around 2:30 p.m. Thursday on Highway 6 near Hearne.

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Winter Snap Affected Summer Crops

Updated: 04/29/2007 - The Easter Bunny wasn't counting on winter weather earlier this month and neither were a couple of local businessmen. James Wiggins is one of the partners at Wiggins Wholesale, Incorporated.

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Strolling the Streets to Make Them Safer

Updated: 04/29/2007 - Local residents took strides to help save our streets. SOS Ministries held a Walk-A-Mile event Saturday afternoon at Henderson Park.

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Big Turn Out for Bryan Sergeant's Benefit Bar-B-Que

Updated: 04/29/2007 - An overwhelming amount of support for Bryan Police Sergeant Donnie Manry was displayed by the Brazos Valley and beyond. Among those in attendance were Police Chief of Spring ISD, Alan Bragg, and two officers.

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Botanical Bust Sends Four to Jail

Posted: 04/27/2007 - A pile of plants lands four College Station residents in jail. A search warrant executed Friday night on a home in the 1100 block of Taurus Circle turned up marijuana and mushrooms with a street value in the thousands.

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Record Setting Oak Highlights Celebration

Updated: 04/28/2007 - The biggest tree in Brazos County was the featured attraction at Friday's Arbor Day celebration at College Station's Veteran's Park and Athletic Complex. The Richard Carter Oak stands more than 70 feet tall with a 16-foot circumference.

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Former First Lady Opens Mini White House to the Public

Posted: 04/27/2007 - The White House replica at the George Bush Presidential Library officially opened to the public, appropriately by a past resident. Former First Lady Barbara Bush was on hand Friday morning at the library to welcome visitors to an intimate tour of the scaled down version of the White House.

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Local Bikers and Moms Show Support for Soldiers

Updated: 04/28/2007 - More than 2,000 bikers made their way to Lake Somerville, along with two moms on a very special mission to fill boxes. Nina Gayheart is one of those moms.

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Plastic Bag Ban Might Carry Weight in Texas

Updated: 04/28/2007 - As more and more communities go green, plastic shopping bags are quickly becoming a thing of the past. San Francisco and Boston have both jumped on the bag ban bandwagon. But how well would it work here?

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Consol's New Tiger Not a Copy Cat

Updated: 04/28/2007 - It is brand new and designed by a company in town, so there is no doubt the new A&M Consolidated tiger is original. That is just what the school wanted after having to pull the original logo over a trademark dispute.

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Candidates Set to Square Off

Updated: 04/27/2007 - Candidates vying for a city council or school board seat in Bryan and College Station will meet face-to-face next week. The Legislative Affairs Committee of the Bryan-College Station Chamber of Commerce will host a Local Candidates Forum on Monday, April 30th.

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Manry Benefit Moved; Manry Moved by Benefit

Updated: 04/27/2007 - Diagnosed with West Nile in 2006, Bryan Police Sergeant Donnie Manry was partially paralyzed. Friends in the community are hosting a benefit for Manry Saturday. High response has forced them to change locations.

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Top Ten Percent Law Under Review

Updated: 04/27/2007 - For years, Texas high school students who ranked in the top ten percent have been rewarded with automatic admission into state universities, but that could all change. Earlier this week, the Texas Senate Subcommittee on Higher Education approved a bill that would allow colleges to cap those admissions so that top 10 percenters make up no more than 50 percent of their incoming classes.

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Strong Winds Produce Fence Dilemmas

Updated: 04/27/2007 - The severe storm that ripped through the Brazos Valley produced strong winds that may have reached somewhere between 80 to 100 miles per hour.

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Local Red Cross Unveils Biggest Gift

Updated: 04/27/2007 - The Brazos Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross received its single largest donation Thursday.Members of the Bridal Association of the Brazos Valley made the $10,000 contribution to the local chapter following the success of their Spring Bridal show.

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Bicyclist Hit in College Station

Updated: 04/27/2007 - A College Station man suffered a dislocated shoulder after being hit by a vehicle Wednesday night. The 27-year-old was trying to cross Springloop, when he was struck by a vehicle traveling northbound, according to College Station police.

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Keeping US Students Competitive

Posted: 04/26/2007 - Congress is aiming to keep America at the forefront of technology advances. The Senate has voted to authorize an additional 16 billion dollars for math and science programs over the next four years.

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Downed Tree Blocks Thursday Morning Traffic

Updated: 04/27/2007 - Bryan Police say a tree has fallen over on Villa Maria just west of Carter Creek and knocked down some power lines. The tree is blocking the road, and police are diverting westbound traffic until around eight o'clock this morning.

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