BCS Chamber Accepting Nominations for Community Impact Awards

The Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce is now accepting nominations for the 16th Annual Community Impact Awards. Kate Chapman said nominees must be HUB certified. “If you are Hispanic, African…

Comments From The New President Of Experience Bryan/College Station, The Former CVB

Photo of Kindra Fry from the National Association of Sports Commissions website https://www.sportscommissions.org/about/board-of-directors/bio/kindra-fry The new president of Experience Bryan/College Station, the local convention and tourism agency, spoke about her promotion…

Experience Bryan/College Station, The Former CVB, Names A New President

Photo of Kindra Fry from the National Association of Sports Commissions website https://www.sportscommissions.org/about/board-of-directors/bio/kindra-fry News release from Experience Bryan/College Station: The Board of Directors for Experience Bryan College Station (EBCS) is…

Planned breeding schedules pay dividends for beef producers

Writer: Adam Russell, 903-834-6191, adam.russell@ag.tamu.edu Contact: Dr. Monte Rouquette, 903-834-6191, monte.rouquette@ag.tamu.edu OVERTON – Financial opportunities can be found in designing strong breeding and forage/pasture plans for beef cattle herds, according…

Winners Of 91st B/CS Christmas Parade

Here are the winners of the 91st B/CS Christmas Parade, posted on the parade’s Facebook parade Sunday evening: Grand Prize: Aggieland Scuba – The Little Mermaid Judge’s Award: SPJST –…

How to Help Harvey Relief Effort

Image provided by Texas A&M athetics. Texas A&M Athletics is partnering with Maroon Out and C.C. Creations in a t-shirt sale to aid relief efforts for people throughout the Gulf…

How to Help Harvey Relief Effort

Image provided by Texas A&M athetics. Texas A&M Athletics is partnering with Maroon Out and C.C. Creations in a t-shirt sale to aid relief efforts for people throughout the Gulf…

How to Help Harvey Relief Effort

Image provided by Texas A&M athetics. Texas A&M Athletics is partnering with Maroon Out and C.C. Creations in a t-shirt sale to aid relief efforts for people throughout the Gulf…

How to Help Harvey Relief Effort

Image provided by Texas A&M athetics. Texas A&M Athletics is partnering with Maroon Out and C.C. Creations in a t-shirt sale to aid relief efforts for people throughout the Gulf…

Reactions To Mayors Joint Statement Regarding Future Funding Of Experience BCS Agency

Last Thursday, the mayors of College Station and Bryan issued a joint statement regarding the future funding of Experience BCS, the agency formerly known as the Convention and Visitors Bureau.…

Online Survey To Gauge Interest In Current Design Of New Interchange At Wellborn Road & George Bush Drive

The idea of improving the intersection of Wellborn Road and George Bush Drive began in 1999, well before traffic volume reached its current leven of about 60,000 vehicles a day.…

Wreaths Across America in BCS

Wreaths Across America (WAA) is celebrating 25 years of honoring fallen soldiers by placing wreaths on their graves in the month of December. Their mission is to “Remember the fallen.…

Open Houses Thursday For Those Interested In Brazos County Public Transportation

Everyone interested in the future of public transportation in Brazos County is invited to participate in a study involving the Brazos Transit District and Texas A&M Transportation Services. The transit…

B/CS Chamber Economic Outlook Conference Shows Strong Past, Uncertain Future

At the 2016 B/CS Chamber Economic Outlook Conference Wednesday the numbers and speakers both said 2015 was a record year for the state and local economies. Some of those same numbers…

$30 Million Development Proposed For North End Of Downtown Bryan

A $30 million dollar residential and retail development is proposed for the north end of downtown Bryan. The Brazos County Commission on Tuesday approved an economic development agreement that county…

A Winter Wonderland in BCS

The 89th B/CS Christmas Parade is Sunday, December 6th at 2 p.m. Chairwoman, Penny Zent said the Winter Wonderland theme comes with a forecast of snow. “Looking through all of…

Local Organization Hosts Book Discussion on Racial Discrimination

BCS Be the Bridge is a local non-profit group, which aims to bring community members together and openly discuss racial issues in the area. The organization was founded by a…

Texas crop and weather — Nov. 17, 2015

Fire, rain had nominal impact on South Central Texas agriculture UVALDE – “I’ve seen fire and I’ve seen rain.” That lyric from a ‘70s James Taylor song would certainly apply…

Multi-County Land and Livestock Conference set Dec. 1 in Menard

  Writer: Steve Byrns, 325-653-4576, s-byrns@tamu.edu   Contact: Lisa Brown, 325-396-4787, lbrown@ag.tamu.edu    MENARD – The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will conduct the Multi-County Land and Livestock Conference Dec.…