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Texans Killed in the Iraq war

Updated: 11/30/2004 - At least 111 Texas service members have died in Iraq since the war began March 20, 2003, according to the U.S. Department of Defense. ( www.defenselink.mil ) The list includes overseas casualties related to Operation Iraqi Freedom, both in combat and otherwise, as reported by the Department of Defense.

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Actor John D. Barrymore Dies at 72

Updated: 11/30/2004 - John Drew Barrymore, the sometimes troubled heir to an acting dynasty and absent father of movie star Drew Barrymore, died Monday. He was 72.

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A Final Farewell

Updated: 11/30/2004 - A proud husband, father, son, Aggie and soldier was laid to rest in College Station Monday after he was killed in Iraq two weeks ago.

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Medical Academy

Updated: 11/30/2004 - The next generation of medical professionals are being trained right here in the Brazos Valley, thanks to a new medical academy at Prairie View A&M University.

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Second High School for Bryan?

Updated: 11/29/2004 - It has been talked about for years, but now a second high school could finally be on its way to Bryan, but only if voters approve it.

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Aggie Among 7 Killed in Army Helicopter Crash in Central Texas

Updated: 11/30/2004 - An Army helicopter carrying a brigadier general and six other soldiers crashed and burned in the fog Monday after hitting a web of support wires on a TV transmission tower whose warning lights had been knocked out in a storm last week, officials said. Everyone aboard was killed.

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Bush Picks Kellogg CEO for Commerce Post

Updated: 11/29/2004 - President Bush on Monday chose Carlos Gutierrez, a native of Cuba who rose from truck driver to chief executive officer of Kellogg Co., to be secretary of Commerce.

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NBC Exec Dick Ebersol Survives Jet Crash

Updated: 11/29/2004 - NBC Sports chairman Dick Ebersol and his college-age son emerged from the wreckage of a corporate jet after it crashed during takeoff and burst into flames, killing two crew members. Rescuers were still searching for Ebersol's younger son, whose seat was missing from the smoldering ruins.

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West Nile Still a Concern

Posted: 11/26/2004 - The threat of west nile still lingers in Brazos County. Rain and relatively warm weather are keeping mosquitoes around.

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Early Morning Shoppers Get Deals

Updated: 11/26/2004 - If you haven't been watching football, there's a good chance you were out shopping. Hundreds of Brazos Valley residents were up at the crack of dawn to get in on the post-Thanksgiving deals.

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An Out of The Ordinary Thanksgiving

Updated: 11/24/2004 - Three recipes by Messina Hof Winery and Resort on how to make an out of the ordinary Thanksgiving dinner.

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Local Reaction to Dan Rather Stepping Down

Updated: 11/24/2004 - Embattled anchorman Dan Rather will leave the post he's held for nearly a quarter of a century early next year and there's no shortage of opinions about his departure. Many Brazos Valley residents weren't surprised to hear the news that Dan Rather will be stepping down as anchorman of the CBS Evening News.

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Christmas for Troops in Iraq

Updated: 11/24/2004 - The holidays will no doubt be tough for those serving in Iraq as well as for their loved ones missing them here at home. That's why one local group wants to send Christmas to our troops.

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Death Date Nears for Texas Woman Convicted in Slaying

Updated: 11/24/2004 - The last time Frances Newton saw her husband and children was more than 17 years ago, the evening of April 7, 1987, five days before her 22nd birthday. She'd run a few errands and was accompanied by a cousin as she returned to her Harris County apartment. Adrian, Alton and Farrah were dead in the home. Two weeks later, Newton was arrested and charged with murdering her family.

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Corps Commander Temporarily Suspended

Updated: 11/24/2004 - Texas A&M is investigating a possible hazing incident that occurred Monday night. As a result, a corps commander is stepping down.

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Thanksgiving Meals

Updated: 11/24/2004 - If you're looking for a warm thanksgiving meal there are several to choose from. Epicures will serve its annual Thanksgiving meal Thursday.

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Holiday Closings

Updated: 11/24/2004 - There are several holiday closings Thursday and Friday. All area schools, Texas A&M and Blinn will be closed.

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First-Class Stamp May Cost 41 Cents

Updated: 11/24/2004 - It may soon cost more to mail a letter. A published report says the U.S. Postal Service is expected to seek approval for an increase in postage rates of at least ten percent early next year.

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