Month: October 2015

Abbott Outlines Plan to End Sanctuary Cities on Kelly File – Bryan College Station

Texas Insider Report: AUSTIN, Texas – Governor Greg Abbott appeared on FOX News’ The Kelly File on Wednesday to discuss his plan to end sanctuary city policies in Texas. Governor Abbott made clear his intention to promote legislation that will penalize local agencies who refuse to enforce federal immigration laws. “We are tired of these sanctuary city policies…

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Our Neighbors: Woman’s Club – Bryan College Station

Joyce Buford, right, was the speaker at the Oct. 14 meeting of the Woman’s Club of Bryan-College Station. Buford, pictured with club member Erin Kracht, is a motivational speaker and life coach for wo Source: Lifestyle Featured

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Our Neighbors: Sigma Kappa Delta – Bryan College Station

Blinn College’s Bryan Campus recently inducted 31 new students into the Theta Gamma Chapter of Sigma Kappa Delta, the official English honor society for two-year colleges. Membership is open to all st Source: Lifestyle Featured

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Our Neighbors: Navasota Evening Lions Club – Bryan College Station

Members of the Navasota Evening Lions Club recently presented a $500 check to students of the Navasota FFA. The donation was to assist the students in travel expenses to get to Kentucky for their nati Source: Lifestyle Featured

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Bridge scores – Bryan College Station

The Oct. 16 Star Duplicate Bridge winners were: N/S — 1. Richard Duble and Nick Pace, 2. Phyliss Maness and Jane Turner; E/W — 1. Puddin Barnes and Bachman Nabors, 2. Marvin Harris and Thomas Urbano Source: Lifestyle Featured

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Brazos County 4-H Council marks 100th anniversary of Forest Service – Bryan College Station

The Brazos County 4-H Council planted one of more than 198 bur oak trees being planted across the state in honor of the Texas A&M Forest Service’s 100th anniversary. More than 11,000 4-H members f Source: Lifestyle Featured

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2015 Tribune Festival: Audio From the Environment Track – Bryan College Station

The Environment track at The 2015 Texas Tribune Festival featured panel discussions on the water supply, the climate debate, related legislative issues and lessons from the May floods. There was also a one-on-one conversation with Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller. Scroll down to listen to audio from those sessions.  The “Water Reality Check” panel, moderated…

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Cook the apples, lose the gap! Mastering a better apple pie – Bryan College Station

Any number of tasks may strike you as easy as pie, but anyone who’s ever actually made a pie can tell you that it actually requires some care if you want it to turn out well. Source: Lifestyle Featured

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Why mess with mashed potatoes? Because Parm improves them – Bryan College Station

Plain old mashed potatoes are always brilliant, and it’s hard to imagine a Thanksgiving table without them. Still, every once in a while we like to change things up. But not too much. Here, a small am Source: Lifestyle Featured

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Our Neighbors: Richards High School – Bryan College Station

Richards High School art teacher Joelle Dulaney was one of nine teachers statewide to be honored recently for excellence in art education at the seventh annual George Bush Library and Museum Spotlight Source: Lifestyle Featured

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