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Local Hispanic business shifts focus to survive the pandemic

BRYAN, Texas — Ramiro Juarez learned at seven years old how to sew from his grandfather in Guatemala. When he brought his family to Bryan, Juarez worked many different jobs. But there was only one that sparked his passion once again. He worked at a local alterations shop which inspired...
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COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KBTX) - If you are looking for a way to spend your extra time giving back to people in the community, Allumine Home Health & Hospice officials say they would love your help. Volunteer coordinator Lauren Saunders says they’ve recently seen an increase in patients, so they...
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Echoing throughout central campus and down Military Walk, their chants could be heard from down the block. “Kirstyn” is biomedical sciences sophomore Kirstyn Katherine Ahuero, the first known Texas A&M student to die due to COVID-19. She was 20 years old. Her death has sparked a call for safety among...
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Organizations work to educate and vaccinate the Brazos Valley

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - As communities continue to face challenges related to COVID-19, nonprofit organizations, businesses and churches are stepping up to help educate and vaccinate the community. Whether it’s donating time by volunteering, offering space at a local community center or church, or making a financial contribution to nonprofits...
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Bedias VFD fundraiser Oct. 16

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Bryan Mayor Pro Tem Buppy Simank on WTAW

Bryan Mayor Pro Tem Buppy Simank visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about the rise in local COVID cases, how he is handling the pandemic as a business owner, the health district’s response to the pandemic, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Wednesday, September 22, 2021. Listen to...
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(BPT) - For decades, Glenroy Washington happily worked as a professional musician, a passion that led him around the world. Then while on tour in Europe, he noticed something was wrong with his eyesight, and that's when his life began to change. Washington has diabetes and tried to keep his...
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