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Grant to Promote Economic Growth in College Station

Posted: 12/17/2007 - The Texas Engineering Extension Service in College Station has received a grant of $86,744 from the Economic Development Administration (EDA), U.S. Sen. John Cornyn announced Monday. The grant will be used to make operations more efficient. It comes through the U.S. Department of Commerce.

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Digital Billboards Could Line Texas Highways

Posted: 12/17/2007 - The billboard industry is squarely behind a proposal to allow digital billboards on Texas highways, but many members of the general public oppose the idea.

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CSFD's New Fire Truck in Service

Updated: 12/17/2007 - An aerial ladder truck housed at College Station Fire Station Number 2 can extend 100 feet and reach as high as the seventh floor of a building.

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Long-time Teacher Honored

Updated: 12/17/2007 - A local educator was recognized for her dedication to teaching and child advocacy. Betty Suseberry Hanks was honored Sunday evening with a special reception at Pebble Creek County Club.

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Grave Decorations Now Regulated by Bryan Ordinance

Updated: 12/17/2007 - A new ordinance is now restricting what can be placed on graves in Bryan cemeteries. Starting Monday, putting glass or ceramic items on headstones and graves is prohibited.

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New Christmas Favorite Skates to an End

Updated: 12/17/2007 - It was curtains for a popular Christmas ice-skating favorite Sunday afternoon. Adults and kids filled the bleachers at Arctic Wolf for the last performance of “Christmas Favorites From Around the World Ice Show."

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Mayors Ring In Success for Salvation Army

Updated: 12/16/2007 - On Saturday, Wal-Mart officials gave the mayor of Bryan and College Station just one hour to ring in as much money as possible for the Salvation Army. Bryan Mayor Mark Conlee and College Station Mayor Pro Tem Ron Gay were pitted aganist each other in the B/CS Mayor's Bell Ringer Battle to aid a worthy cause and for the pride of their respective city.

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Habitat Presents Three Homes for Christmas

Updated: 12/16/2007 - Being home for Christmas has a very special meaning for three families in Bryan this year. A dedication ceremony for Odessa Thurman and her grandson Leonard’s new home was just one of three ceremonies held by the Bryan/College Station Habitat for Humanity on Saturday.

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Gruy Fountain Springs to Life at Texas A&M Foundation

Posted: 12/14/2007 - COLLEGE STATION―In a misty dedication ceremony on Friday attended by about 130 guests, the Texas A&M Foundation honored Houston oilman H. J. “Hank” Gruy and his wife, Rae, when it activated for the first time a 7,000-gallon fountain on the grounds of the Jon L. Hagler Center.

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Bedias Fire Blamed on Unattended Fireplace

Updated: 12/14/2007 - An unattended fireplace is the cause for a mobile home fire in Bedias. Grimes County Sheriff's officials say the call came in about noon regarding a mobile home engulfed in flames.

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Finding the Perfect Christmas Tree

Updated: 12/14/2007 - It is one of the most popular traditions associated with the celebration of Christmas. Christmas trees date back to the 16th century and today many households don't go without them.

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