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BISD Recruits Teachers from Mexico

Posted: 08/08/2006 - Students with the Bryan Independent School District may start school on the 15th, but teachers are already back to work. They're setting up their classrooms and attending meetings, but for one group of teachers the in-service schedule is brand new. It's their first year with the school district and their first year to work in the United States.

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Bryan Council Talks Baseball, Commuter Rail

Posted: 08/08/2006 - In addition to the Justice Center discussion, Bryan's council heard a couple other big items in their workshop session Tuesday: a semi-pro baseball league and commuter rail service to Houston.

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Authorities Investigating Burton Woman's Murder

Posted: 08/08/2006 - While a Burton woman was laid to rest Tuesday, investigators continue to look into her mysterious murder. The body of Theresa Horne, 83, was found by an oil field worker along FM 141, between Giddings and Dime Box last Thursday.

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Texas A&M Management Researchers Among Most-Cited

Posted: 08/08/2006 - Management scholars at Texas A&M University's Mays Business School are among the most-cited and most-published authors in 30 years of the Journal of Management. That includes the efforts of former journal editor and Executive Associate Dean Ricky W. Griffin, who in just three years as editor in the 1990s published more than half of the most-cited articles in the journal's history.

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CS Rezoning Request to be Re-Heard

Posted: 08/07/2006 - Some simple miscommunication has sent a rezoning request back to College Station's Planning and Zoning Commission for review.

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Proposed BISD Tax Rate Lower in 2006

Updated: 08/08/2006 - Bryan tax payers could be getting a big break from the school district. Bryan ISD school board members Monday passed a proposed tax rate of a $1.64, which is 14 cents less than last year

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Porter Game Room Robbery Investigated

Posted: 08/07/2006 - Montgomery County authorities are investigating the armed robbery of a Porter arcade that left three people injured. Officials say six Hispanic men entered the Fun Times Game Room Thursday and demanded money.

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St. Joseph Pays $750,000 For Violations

Updated: 08/07/2006 - St. Joseph Regional Health Center, which serves the Brazos Valley area, has entered into a Stipulated Agreement to pay the United States $750,000 to resolve numerous alleged regulatory violations of the Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act.

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BPD Sergeant Paralyzed by West Nile

Updated: 08/08/2006 - The Brazos County Health Department continues to track three human cases of the West Nile Virus. One of the victims is a veteran Bryan police officer. Sergeant Donnie Manry has been treated since Friday and his case is among the most serious you'll find for West Nile.

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To Wear Or Not To Wear

Updated: 08/07/2006 - It's back-to-school time for thousands of students across the Brazos Valley. That means it's time for parents, like Debra Phillips, to dip into their pockets for the latest back to school trends.

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One Vehicle Accident Injures Driver and Passenger

Posted: 08/07/2006 - A one vehicle accident in Brazos County sent the driver and passenger to a hospital with serious injuries early Monday morning. The Department of Public Safety says the accident happened around 1:45 a.m. on Highway 30 near the Navasota River.

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Washington Co. Murder Suspect Turns Himself In

Posted: 08/07/2006 - A Houston man accused of murder in Washington County was being held in the Washington County jail Monday on $500,000 bond. Jessie Lee Waller, 45, turned himself over to authorities Sunday after a warrant was issued for his arrest, according to Washington County Sheriff's officials.

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Autopsy: Sam Houston Professor Died from Heart Attack

Posted: 08/07/2006 - Autopsy reports show Sam Houston State University professor, Bryan McHenry, died of a massive heart attack. McHenry's body was discovered July 31 in his Sam Houston office by university police.

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Bryan Police Investigate Weekend Shooting

Posted: 08/07/2006 - Bryan police are looking for the people responsible for a Sunday morning shooting at a local night-club. Police say the shooting happened around 2 a.m. at The Rising Sun on South College.

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Toyota Scores Well in Crash Tests

Posted: 08/06/2006 - WASHINGTON (AP) - The insurance industry says the 2007 Toyota Camry and 2006 RAV-4 small SUV have earned top marks in front and side crash tests. After reviewing six vehicles, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has given the Camry and RAV-4 top scores in protecting passengers in a crash.

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Justice Center on Bryan Council Agenda

Posted: 08/06/2006 - Time is running out for Bryan City Council to decide what to do with a proposed justice center to house the police department and municpal court. Council learned last month that all bids for the justice center exceeded the almost $15 million the city set aside for construction.

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Wal-Mart: Tax-Free Weekend Not as Successful

Posted: 08/06/2006 - Tax-Free weekend has come to an end. The three-day sales tax holiday brought out shoppers looking to save some cash. But, the eighth annual tax-free weekend didn't prove as successful for retailers.

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Honoring Coach Delley

Posted: 08/05/2006 - A long-time Lincoln High School football coach has been honored for his service. Football team members from 1945 to 1965 paid tribute to J.R. Delley, Jr. Delley served as the football coach at Lincoln High School during those years.

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U.N. Security Council Considers Draft Peace Proposal

Posted: 08/05/2006 - UNITED NATIONS (AP) - Members of the U.N. Security Council met Saturday to discuss a draft resolution, agreed to by the U.S. and France, that seeks a full halt to fighting in Lebanon. U.S. Ambassador John Bolton describes the meeting as "very productive."

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CSISD Assistant Principal Takes Command

Updated: 08/07/2006 - The assistant principal at College Station's A&M Consolidated High School has taken on additional responsibilities. On Saturday, Aug. 5, Mark Ybarra took over command of Bryan's National Guard Armory.

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A&M Instructor Remembers Her Time in Haifa

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Texas A&M Assistant Professor Heidi Campbell has made five trips to Israel since 2003, including one this summer. Her studies on how religion affects the use of technology took her to the University of Haifa, now a flash point in the world's biggest conflict.

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More Human West Nile Cases

Updated: 01/10/2007 - One day after the first confirmed human case of West Nile in Brazos County, the health department says it is tracking three cases of West Nile in humans. Preliminary results are positive for each of the cases.

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The Rush in On for Tax Free Weekend

Posted: 08/04/2006 - The rush is on to area retailers at Texas' tax free weekend is underway. With school about start up again for students, back to school supplies are expected to the big sellers at stores like Target over the next three days.

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Brazos County Employee Receives Outpouring of Support

Posted: 08/04/2006 - Colleagues of long-time juvenile probation officer Gary Bollinger hosted a fund raising lunch in his honor. In May, Bollinger was diagnosed with Epithilioid Sarcoma, a rare form of cancer. Since then the father of two-year-old triplets has been unable to work.

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SHSU Awarded Major DoD Contract

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Sam Houston State University is being awarded a $5.5 million contract by the U.S. Department of Defense for engineering and technical services relating to electro-mechanical systems on Navy ships.

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