Month: May 2016

Find the perfect combo for a great boiled egg

Dear Lisa: I recently cooked up some hard boiled eggs to make deviled eggs. When I peeled them, I noticed that some (not all) had very noticeable “dents” in the bottom. Can you tell me what causes thi Source: Lifestyle FeaturedSource Lifestyle

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Our Neighbors: Local High Schools

Local high school students recently won two national championships and a handful of other top awards at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference in Louisville, Kentucky. College Station Source: Lifestyle College StationFeaturedSource Lifestyle

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Classic Korean pancakes go easily from street food to dinner

Mung beans have been a staple of the cuisines of India, China, Korea and Southeast Asia for thousands of years. And with good reason. They are a delicious and healthy source of protein and fiber. Source: Lifestyle ChinaClassic KoreanFeaturedSource Lifestyle

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Our Neighbors: Bryan High School

Barbara Volk-Tunnell, an agriscience teacher at Bryan High School, recently completed the National Agriscience Teachers Ambassador Academy in Maryland to earn the designation of Ag Ambassador. The cou Source: Lifestyle FeaturedSource Lifestyle

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Our Neighbors: Bryan Rotary Club

Andy York, the interim executive director of Bryan-College Station Habitat for Humanity, recently joined the Bryan Rotary Club. Pictured (from left) are Andy York, Exa York, Holly Rees and Rusleen Mau Source: Lifestyle FeaturedSource Lifestyle

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Planned Parenthood’s Harvest

Planned Parenthood is nation’s largest abortion provider, but will taxpayers agree to subsidize it? From The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board Democrats have been picking fight after fight in the culture wars, believing they have the upper hand with socially liberal younger votes. But that assumption is now being tested in the wake of videos…

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Cornyn Introduces Bill to Defund Planned Parenthood

“This bill will ensure taxpayer dollars are used to fund women’s health, not subsidize a political organization that perpetuates abhorrent practices.” Texas Insider Report: WASHINGTON, D.C. — “The blatant disregard for precious, human life depicted in these videos is shocking, and we must stand up to protect our most vulnerable,” said Sen. John Cornyn, who…

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Fox News Opens Pre-Debate Debate to All Announced Republican Candidates

Thursday, August 6th: 5 pm Undercard, 9 pm Main Event Texas Insider Report: WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Fox News announcement means all 16 declared Republican Candidates will qualify for the crucial primetime event in Cleveland on Thursday, August 6th – either the 5 p.m. Undercard or the 9 p.m. Main Event. The change allows candidates who…

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Thornberry on Army Force Reductions

Texas Insider Report: WASHINGTON, D.C. — Rep. Mac Thornberry (R-TX), Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, made the following statement on Army plans to reduce the force by 40,000 Soldiers.   “People who believe the world is safer, that we can do with less defense spending and 40,000 fewer Soldiers, will take this as good…

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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Announces Settlement with Chase Regarding Unfair, Unlawful Credit Card Collections; New Safeguards Required

Texas Insider Report: AUSTIN, Texas –Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that a state-federal settlement with Chase Bank, USA N.A. and Chase Bankcard Services, Inc., will result in the bank having to comply with significant reforms to its credit card debt collection, provide consumer restitution, prohibit active collection on approximately 528,000 consumer accounts, and…

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