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The Brazos Valley Area on Aging wants all residents at Brazos Valley nursing homes to have a Merry Christmas. They are accepting items such as throw blankets, puzzles, games, large print books, magazines and monetary donations for Senior Christmas. If you'd like to donate, call 979-595-2800 ext 2024
News 3 at Noon: Top Stories - October 25, 2016
After some morning fog dropped visibility to under a mile in many places, we've managed to clear that out and replace it with some filtered sunshine. That filter is some mid to upper level clouds moving through, mainly from a big storm system out in the western United States. Other than fog in the mornings, don't expect much in the way of moisture or precipitation. A weak boundary slides across the Brazos Valley Wednesday, not doing much other than clearing out our clouds. Humidity drops off a touch for the end of the week / weekend, but overall we are stuck on pause. Looking at a dry outlook over the next 7 days with overnight lows in the low 60s and afternoon highs in the mid / upper 80s.
Jason Bienski joins First News at Four to answer more questions about a committee working to bring another community college to Brazos County.
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