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CS Seeks National Recognition for Parks System

Updated: 06/26/2007 - College Station may be the next city to receive national recognition for its parks service. Plano is the only city in Texas with a nationally accredited parks and recreation system, but College Station hopes to change that this year.

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Huff Named Bryan's Public Works Director

Updated: 06/26/2007 - It's the same city, but a different job for a key Bryan staff employee. Engineer Linda Huff has been named as the city's new director of public works.

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Austin County Man Pleads Not Guilty in Online Sex Case

Updated: 06/26/2007 - An Austin County man arrested after trying to meet who he thought was a teenage girl was in court today in Bryan. Steve Huebner of Industry was arrested in March after the "girl" turned out to be a Bryan police officer.

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Cities Swear In Runoff Election Winners

Updated: 06/26/2007 - The winners of last Saturday's city council runoff elections are now officially council members. Ann Horton and Paul Madison were both sworn-in during Tuesday night's regular city council meeting in Bryan. Earlier Tuesday, new College Station City Councilman John Crompton was sworn in.

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State Amends Charges Against Davis

Updated: 06/26/2007 - The State Commission on Judicial Conduct amended its charges this week against Brazos County District Judge Rick Davis, giving Davis 15 days to respond to the amended complaint. The amended charges focus on Davis' spearheading the move for a court of inquiry in 2006.

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Study Puts Estimates on FutureGen's Potential

Updated: 06/26/2007 - A study released Tuesday projects that a proposed experimental coal-fired power plant would create 360 permanent jobs and almost $20 million a year in wages.

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Texas Lottery Not Big Enough For Monday's Big Winner

Posted: 06/26/2007 - The Texas lottery's unlucky streak continued Monday night. Another player won the Texas Two Step's top prize before the jackpot could grow large enough to draw sales to pay for it.

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Senate Will Again Debate Immigration Bill

Posted: 06/26/2007 - With four more votes than needed, the Senate has revived the immigration bill. The final tally in the pivotal test-vote was 64-35.

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More Flooding Expected in Texas

Posted: 06/26/2007 - UNDATED (AP) - Heavy rain and high winds caused more damage and flooding today in parts of Texas. At least four weather-related deaths in traffic accidents have been reported since Sunday.

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Two Injured in Wreck Near Snook

Updated: 06/26/2007 - A two car collision near Snook sends two to the hospital, one by helicopter. The wreck happened just after 7 p.m. on Highway 60 about a half mile east of Snook.

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Aggieland Outfitters Settles with UT over "Saw 'Em Off" Logo

Updated: 06/26/2007 - The dispute between the University of Texas and a College Station company over the Longhorn logo has finally come to an end. Aggieland Outfitters was sued in January for their well-known "Saw 'Em Off" logo. UT claimed the logo infringed the longhorn trademark and caused confusion among consumers.

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Navasota City Council Picks Up Annexation Talk

Updated: 06/25/2007 - City growth is on the agenda Monday for the Navasota City Council. Council members will consider a second reading of an ordinance clearing the way for annexation of almost 343 acres of land.

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