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A Healthy New Year

Updated: 01/02/2007 - With 2007 already under way, health and well-being are on the minds of many. Dr. Ciro Sumaya of School of Rural Public Health says reviewing immunization records is "extremely important."

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Brazos County Expo Center Under Construction

Updated: 01/02/2007 - After more than five years in the making, the Brazos County Exposition Complex is on its way to completion. Construction started in May and officials say the entire project should be finished by the end of July.

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Gerald Ford Remembered

Updated: 01/02/2007 - The nation remembered Gerald R. Ford on Tuesday for what he didn't have - pretensions, a scheming agenda, a great golf game - as much as for the small-town authenticity he brought to the presidency.

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Pair Arrested in Victim's Vehicle

Updated: 01/02/2007 - Two suspects are in custody in connection with the death of a Woodlands resident. Authorities discovered the body of Travis Zielenski, 21, Sunday afternoon inside his Sawdust Road apartment.

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Passport Needed To Travel Outside The U.S.

Updated: 01/01/2007 - The Departments of State and Homeland Security now require anyone flying to Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Bermuda to have a passport. The effective date for this new requirement is January 23.

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Winter Break For Schools Is Over

Posted: 01/01/2007 - State and federal offices will be closed Tuesday in observance of the president's declaration of a national day of mourning to honor former President Gerald Ford. Texas A&M University will also be closed.

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Officially On The Job

Updated: 01/02/2007 - The first day in 2007 made the November elections official. Bright and early Monday morning, elected county officials were sworn in.

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Texas Solider is 3,000th Killed in Iraq

Updated: 12/31/2006 - The three-thousandth US soldier killed in Iraq was a young man from Texas. Specialist Dustin Donica died Thursday after being wounded by small arms fire. He was 22.

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Bryan Police Investigate Bar Robbery

Updated: 12/31/2006 - Bryan Police wrapped up 2006 with a robbery investigation. They say a group of four black males used a weapon to rob the Cowboy Bar on Finfeather. It happened about 2:45 a.m. Sunday.

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Holiday Means Many Offices Closed

Posted: 12/31/2006 - With the New Year's holiday Monday, that means many offices will be closed in observance. School doesn't start back for Bryan-College Station students until January 3. But other offices not will be open Monday.

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Elected Officials to be Sworn in January 1

Posted: 12/31/2006 - Monday may be New Year's Day, but it's also a big day for elected officials. All Brazos County officeholders elected in the November general election will be sworn in Monday at 9 a.m.

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New Year's Eve, Roman Style

Updated: 12/31/2006 - On Sunday night, Messina Hof Winery and Resort had an entrance way that lead to ancient Rome. That was the theme for the winery's annual New Year's Eve Party.

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Ford's Body, Services Move to Capitol

Updated: 12/31/2006 - It was a departure from tradition -- one that honored Gerald Ford's years of service in the House. After his casket was carried into the US Capitol building, pallbearers placed it outside the House chamber before it was taken to the rotunda to lie in state.

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Complete Video of Saddam's Hanging Emerges

Updated: 12/31/2006 - You can see video of just about everything on the Internet -- and that includes Saddam Hussein's execution. Video apparently taken with a cell phone has emerged, clearly showing Saddam falling to his death and briefly swinging on a rope, with his neck grotesquely bent.

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Milestone Birthday Celebration

Posted: 12/30/2006 - Visitors and residents of the Waldenbrooke Estates had reason to celebrate early on Saturday. Long time resident Mora Boone celebrated her 105th birthday.

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The Aftermath of the Storm

Updated: 12/31/2006 - The day after a severe storm system hit the Brazos valley, the aftermath of the storm remained. Local businesses such as Studio One Photography tried to dry off Saturday morning as crews worked to air out and clean up the mess that the storm left behind.

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Homes, Farms, Roads Damaged in Madison County

Updated: 12/31/2006 - In Madison and Leon counties, the storm damage was just as severe, if not moreso. Authorities say a tornado damaged an area along OSR between F.M. 39 in Normangee and I-45. One eyewitness says the storm bypassed his property, but struck his neighbor's chicken farm.

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Day of Mourning Means Day Off for A&M Employees

Posted: 12/30/2006 - The death of former President Ford is having another impact locally. All Texas A&M System offices, including Texas A&M University will be closed on Tuesday, January 2. The closure is in accordance with Governor Perry's order that all state offices be closed in recognition of a day of mourning for the former president.

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Limestone Tornado Victim Identified

Updated: 12/31/2006 - Recovery efforts continued Saturday in Limestone County, where authorities have released the name of the one fatal victim from Friday's tornadoes. Ryan Douglas Roper, 51, died Friday in a home for military veterans. He was killed by flying debris.

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The World Reacts to Saddam's Death

Updated: 12/30/2006 - Predictably, reaction by some Iraqis to Saddam Hussein's execution is breaking along sectarian lines. There are reports that a delegation has retrieved Saddam body from Baghdad and is taking it to Tikrit. PLUS: Video of Saddam's Final Moments

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Bush Family Takes Cover During Texas Storms

Posted: 12/29/2006 - President Bush and first lady Laura Bush were moved to an armored vehicle on their ranch Friday when a tornado warning was issued in Central Texas, the White House said.

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Residents React in Aftermath of Storms

Updated: 12/29/2006 - By late Friday afternoon, severe weather left its mark in the local area. Doux Chene Apartment residents had to run for cover. When night fell, College Station utility crews were working trying to restore power to part of the complex.

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Tornado Cuts Deadly Path Through Limestone County

Updated: 12/29/2006 - A tornado that formed near Thornton cut a 10-mile path Friday afternoon through Limestone County, killing at least one person and injuring more than a dozen others.

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Saddam Hussein Hanged

Updated: 12/30/2006 - He led Iraq for nearly a quarter of a century -- but was forced from power and sent into hiding in his second military confrontation with the United States. Early Saturday, Saddam Hussein was executed. Also, President Bush's reaction.

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Storms Rock Madison County

Updated: 12/29/2006 - High winds, hard rain and several reported twisters spread damage and destruction across parts of Madison County Friday. County Judge Cecil Neely said at least two residents were injured, but neither seriously.

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