College Station, TX Government


Brazos County District Court Plea Agreements In Two Criminal Cases

A plea agreement reached recently in a Brazos County district court criminal case includes an Austin man being ordered to pay more than $11,000 dollars restitution for repairing the Bryan home of his grandparents. That’s after 34 year old James Moehlman admitted to driving his vehicle into the home in February 2019. Moehlman was sentenced to ten years in prison for burglary of a habitation and assaulting his grandfather…who did not require medical attention. The plea agreement gives Moehlman the chance to be released in six months and be placed on probation for ten years. Probation conditions in addition to paying the restitution includes no contact with family members that includes the grandfather and performing 200 hours of community service.
Bryan College Station Eagle

Our compromise Constitution

Americans have just celebrated the 234th anniversary of the United States Constitution during Constitution Week, Sept. 17-23. Yet how many of us realize that when the delegates to the Constitutional Convention debated the specifics of the document, many did not trust each other and they all wanted to be citizens of their own states rather than giving up rights to join together as a nation?

State Representative John Raney on WTAW

State Representative John Raney of Bryan visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about the current legislative session, redistricting, distributing coronavirus relief funds, property taxes, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Friday, September 24, 2021. Listen to “State Representative John Raney on The Infomaniacs” on Spreaker.

City of College Station Update on WTAW

Esmer Casas, Neighborhood Services Coordinator, visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about National Good Neighbor Day, the neighborhood newsletter, and more during her appearance on The Infomaniacs on Friday, September 24, 2021. Listen to “City of College Station Update on The Infomaniacs” on Spreaker.
Brenham Banner-Press

Learning history through experiences

It’s one thing to learn Texas history through a book and a completely different thing to get your hands dirty and learn by doing. On Thursday, Washington-on-the-Brazos provided homeschool students the opportunity to push up their sleeves and learn what it took to survive in the Republic of Texas. From...

City Council Seeks Applicants

HEARNE - Some of the citizens of Hearne have started coming out to City Council meetings and the recent meeting was no exception. Every member of the City Council was in attendance and several citizens came out to witness the full city council at work in a short, but productive meeting. After the convocation, the council approved the consent agenda, which included the usual approval of past…

Bryan ISD Continues Recruiting For A Possible K-6 Virtual Academy

Governor Abbott recently signed legislation allowing public school districts to offer full time virtual classes. Bryan ISD school board members during Monday’s meeting continued to explore what administrators call a virtual academy for kindergarten through sixth graders. Five of the seven board members expressed a variety of opinions. Associate superintendent...

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension holding car seat check event Saturday

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - As part of National Child Passenger Safety Week, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension is holding a car seat check event for parents this weekend at the Brazos Center. The organization says nearly two out of three car seats are used incorrectly, and that children need to ride...

New documentary “Hell or High Seas” traces a veteran’s journey

The documentary, “Hell or High Seas,” will be shown on Friday, Oct. 1 and Saturday, Oct. 2, at Premiere Cinema in Bryan, Texas, with a Q&A afterward with Captain Taylor Grieger and author Stephen O’Shea. The film follows U.S. Navy veteran Taylor Grieger and writer Stephen O’Shea as they embark on the adventure of a lifetime — sailing around Cape Horn, the world’s most treacherous ocean waters. According to a press release, the documentary is “a moving portrait of a veteran using his own painful journey with PTSD to find healing for himself and pave a smoother path for veterans returning to civilian life. Hell or High Seas is an adventure film with a deep, universal message about perseverance and hope.” The Bryan screening is in advance of its premiere in New York City on October 7, 2021, onboard the USS Intrepid in the Allison & Howard Lutnik Theatre.
Bryan College Station Eagle

CSAN recommends council candidates

While most of the media’s attention is on state and national politics, local government is what has the most direct impact on our day-to-day lives. For this reason, the College Station Association of Neighborhoods board has once again carefully vetted candidates for the upcoming city council election and concluded that William Wright and Dennis Maloney are best positioned to lead our city.