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Area Soldiers Home for Holidays

Posted: 12/08/2006 - About one hundred Brazos Valley soldiers who have been deployed since late 2005 are coming home. Members of the Texas Army National Guard the soldiers have been stationed in Kosovo carrying out security missions.

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Conroe Man Found Guilty of Stabbing

Posted: 12/08/2006 - A Conroe man was found guilty Friday of stabbing an employee at the Silk Stocking in 2004. Barry Dudzik, 22, could face up to 20 years in prison for the aggravated-assault charge.

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Food For Families Food Drive a Success

Updated: 12/08/2006 - The pounds of food and dollar donations have been counted from the KBTX Food For Families Food Drive. More than $51,000 and 220,000 pounds of food were given Thursday to the Brazos Valley Food Bank. Friday, food bank volunteers and staff started sorting the donations.

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Navasota Prize Patrol

Posted: 12/08/2006 - The Navasota ISD Education Foundation presented grants totaling nearly $18,000 to 14 teachers on Friday. The money will be used to develop innovative instructional programs.

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Plans Announced for Texas Inauguration

Posted: 12/08/2006 - The inauguration of Governor Rick Perry and Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst will have the theme "Texas: Imagine the Possibilities." Ceremonies will be held January 16th in Austin to inaugurate the Republican leaders, who were re-elected last month.

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Waller County Abolishes Election Office

Posted: 12/08/2006 - The Waller County Commissioners Court is closing the county elections office amid mounting complaints about voting irregularities. County Judge Owen Ralston says complaints about voting machine failures, inadequate staffing, and delayed tallies led to the court's decision. The decision passed on a three-to-two vote Thursday.

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Robbery Reported at T.J. Maxx

Posted: 12/08/2006 - College Station police are looking for a robbery suspect. Authorities say a black male left T.J. Maxx Thursday without paying for several items.

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Brownsville School Locked Down After Attack

Posted: 12/07/2006 - Police in Brownsville were searching for a ski-mask wearing man who attacked a boy at a school. The assault happened at Skinner Elementary School, which was locked down briefly after the morning incident.

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No Launch Yet for Shuttle Discovery

Posted: 12/07/2006 - Low clouds forced NASA to delay the launch of space shuttle Discovery Thursday night. Strong winds around Kennedy Space Center could delay another attempt for a day or two.

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Another Record-Setting Food Drive

Updated: 12/08/2006 - Once again, the Brazos Valley has come through for the KBTX Food for Families Food Drive. Thursday, more than 220,000 pounds of food was donated to the Brazos Valley Food Bank during the one-day drive.

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Gates Speaks on A&M Departure

Updated: 12/07/2006 - Robert Gates is a week-and-a-half away from ending his time as Texas A&M president. Thursday afternoon, the soon-to-be Secretary of Defense talked to the media for the first time since he was confirmed by the Senate. It has certainly been a roller-coaster of emotions for him.

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BISD Zoning Decision On Hold

Updated: 12/07/2006 - A decision on the proposed zoning changes for Bryan middle schools, may have to wait until the new year. The Bryan ISD Board of trustees met Thursday afternoon to discuss zoning.

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Gates Bids Farewell to Texas A&M

Updated: 12/07/2006 - Newly selected Secretary of Defense and Texas A&M President Robert Gates released a statement ot the Aggie family Thursday. Gates was confirmed by the full Senate Wednesday, by a vote of 98 to 2.

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Tiger Robotics Win Awards

Posted: 12/07/2006 - Students at A&M Consolidated High School in College Station have put their creative thinking skills to the test. Members of B.E.S.T. (Boosting, Engineering, Science and Technology) have won top honors for their work.

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Texas A&M Launches Transfer Partnership With Community Colleges

Posted: 12/07/2006 - Students at nine community colleges in Texas will have greater opportunity to complete their college degrees as Texas Aggies, thanks to a new transfer partnership with Texas A&M University. The pilot program, to begin in the spring of 2007, will be launched at a signing ceremony and luncheon program Friday, Dec. 8.

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11 U.S. Troops Killed in Iraq Violence

Posted: 12/07/2006 - The United States military has raised the number of U.S. troops killed in Iraq Wednesday to 11. The deaths were a major blow on the same day the blue-ribbon Iraq Study Group recommended shifting United States forces from a combat role to primarily a training mission.

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Bush, Blair to Discuss Study Group Report

Posted: 12/07/2006 - Armed with fresh recommendations for turning things around in Iraq, President Bush meets Thursday with Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair, his staunchest ally in the war. Blair was among those interviewed by the Iraq Study Group before it issued its call for a gradual pull-back of United States combat troops, coupled with a diplomatic overture to Iran and Syria.

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Murdered SHSU Student Remembered

Updated: 12/07/2006 - Hundreds gathered Wednesday night at Sam Houston State University to remember Rachel Pendray, who was killed in a murder-suicide Sunday night in Huntsville.

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Looking For A Home Place

Posted: 12/06/2006 - Instead of a home run, the Brazos Valley Bombers are looking for place for players to call home. The Bombers need local families to host baseball players during the summer while they play games at the Travis Athletic Center in Bryan.

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Helping Others, One Step at a Time

Updated: 12/06/2006 - Some caring A&M medical students proved they not only talk the talk, but also walk the walk. The Health Science Center Group wanted to lend helping hands, and feet, to those who can't afford health care. That led to the idea to have each person walk 10,000 steps a day as a fundraiser.

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County Legacy Ends

Updated: 12/06/2006 - For almost fifty years the Grimes County District Clerk's Office has been held by a Rucker. But when the new year arrives that will come to an end.

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The Price Was Right For Brenham Woman

Updated: 12/06/2006 - A Brenham woman won big, when she and some friends attended a taping of The Price is Right, in honor of her 50th birthday. Wednesday was an exciting morning in Brenham, as a group gathered around the T.V. to watch the show.

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Area Students Get New Sneaks

Posted: 12/06/2006 - Some area school kids were the lucky recipients of new sneakers Wednesday morning. Living Hope Baptist Church collected more than 700 pairs of shoes for children in need.

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Food Bank Program Helping Local Students

Updated: 12/06/2006 - It's a Brazos Valley Food Bank program designed to make sure students in need don't go hungry at home. Every Friday and during holidays students selected by their school get backpacks full of healthy and ready to eat snacks.

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Robert Gates Confirmed as Secretary of Defense

Updated: 12/07/2006 - It only took two days, but the Senate says Robert Gates is the man to head up the Department of Defense. Wednesday, the full Senate gave its overwhelming approval to Texas A&M's president.

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