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Back to School Fashions

Updated: 08/17/2005 - Tuesday was the first day of school for Bryan and College Station students and for many of them, the best part about it was getting new clothes. But if kids are vying for best dressed, they need to know what's hip in this year's back-to-school-style.

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Policy Talk Highlights Marathon CS Meeting

Updated: 08/16/2005 - The Brazos Valley Arts Council is slated to receive money from College Station budget this year. But an endless meeting Monday evening has changed the way they and other agencies go about asking for their share.

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Presidential Proposal

Updated: 08/15/2005 - Although an official plan for the George W. Bush Presidential Library isn't approved yet, organizers did leak some details Monday of their upcoming proposal to make Bryan College Station its' home.

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Forced To Fly?

Updated: 08/16/2005 - Local government entities are considering a mandate that would require the Easterwood be used for business travel. They believe this move would help stimulate traffic at the airport without costing taxpayers.

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Transfer Students Mean More Money for School Districts

Updated: 08/15/2005 - Almost 300 Mumford students are transfers, and the school district gets money for each. So if Mumford students are forced back to Hearne, does that mean fewer dollars for the Mumford school district?

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City of Navasota Singing a Happy Tune After Blues Fest

Updated: 08/13/2005 - The Navasota Blues Fest proves to be more than just music, food and fun. Cities all over the Brazos Valley are seeing an economic surge as a result of the tourists that travel to the area.

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Big Money at Stake in Hearne v Mumford

Updated: 08/13/2005 - Like it or not, school is not solely about education. There is a dollar sign that hangs over the system. Whatever the final decision is in the Hearne-Mumford debate, money remains a major issue.

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Good News for Mumford

Updated: 08/13/2005 - The scene was very emotional Friday afternoon when parents of Mumford transfers learned that a stay had been issued in the case. While the original ruling still stands, it does buy Mumford some time and it also gives a little joy to a group of parents who haven't had much to smile about recently.

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HISD Pay Raises

Updated: 08/12/2005 - A little controversy at Huntsville ISD when teacher pay raises are approved.

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Accused Assaulter Arrested

Updated: 08/12/2005 - The man accused of attacking a Bryan Woman twice in her own home is off the streets tonight and behind bars.

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More West Nile In Bryan

Updated: 08/12/2005 - As predicted the West Nile Virus continues showing up in neighborhoods across the Brazos Valley. The latest case was found in Bryan Friday Morning.

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Hit and Run Suspect Finally Arrested

Updated: 08/11/2005 - A Bryan city councilman's son is behind bars accused in a hit and run accident. Joe Marin III was arrested Thursday afternoon. His bond is set at $70,000.

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Who's Leaving Hearne and Why?

Updated: 08/12/2005 - With such a hot-button topic, the response to the recent Hearne-Mumford ruling has sparked a lot of debate, some in support of the education and atmosphere in Hearne, but much of it calling the district unacceptable.

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Local Govts, Cable Companies Upset with Bill

Updated: 08/12/2005 - If Governor Perry signs the new telecommunications bill passed by Congress, it will mean a big win for large phone companies. Cable companies and some local governments have been vocal about their opposition.

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Student Transfer Debate Heats Up

Updated: 08/12/2005 - In a tension-charged atmosphere, parents of white transfer students showed up at the Mumford campus this morning demanding their children be admitted. But they were all turned away.

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Baby Autopsy Results

Updated: 08/11/2005 - The cause of death for a newborn girl found in a dumpster on the campus of Sam Houston State University is still a mystery.

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Checked Out: Brymer Done at CS

Updated: 08/10/2005 - Tom Brymer is officially College Station's former city manager. Brymer got his $177,000 severance package Wednesday and signed off on his resignation.

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West Nile Rising Through the Summer

Updated: 08/11/2005 - In the last week, there have been five cases of the West Nile virus in the Twin Cities alone. But is it a case of more residents calling for tests, or a higher rate of the disease? Plus, another case is found in Bryan.

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Scott and White Cuts 42 Local Jobs

Updated: 08/10/2005 - Scott and White officials say services won't be interrupted as a result of more than 40 layoffs in College Station.

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Marin Arrest Warrants Issued

Updated: 08/10/2005 - It took more than two weeks, but Bryan police finally have a suspect in a July hit and run.

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White Hearne Transfers Not Allowed

Updated: 08/10/2005 - In defiance of a court order, white transfer student from Hearne were allowed to start school in Mumford Wednesday. But their first day of class may also be their last day of class in Mumford.

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Renovations Possible at Bryan Course

Updated: 08/09/2005 - Bryan's city council is mulling over a proposed plan to close the local links for a while. The irrigation, drainage and grass issues at the Bryan Municipal Golf Course were discussed.

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Brymer's Check Almost in the Mail

Updated: 08/09/2005 - College Station's former city manager is one signature away from being done with his career with the city. With a severance package ready and waiting, Tom Brymer will receive his check tomorrow.

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