College Station, TX Lifestyle

Renovations at Easterwood Airport to begin soon

Renovations worth $5.9 million are set to begin soon at Easterwood Airport. Projects will include realigning one of the airport's main taxiways to support large aircraft and provide more aircraft parking. Currently, the taxiway is too close to an airport parking apron for large aircraft to use. Easterwood Airport has...
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Aggieland Humane Society Pet of the Week: Hopalong Cassidy

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - Hopalong Cassidy is our Aggieland Humane Society Pet of the Week for September 17, 2021. The sweet pup is a Cur, Black-Mouth/Mix and is six to ten months old. Shelter staff says Hopalong Cassidy arrived at Aggieland Humane with a broken leg that eventually had to...
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News Channel 25

One local veterinarian clinic experiencing an increased workload

BRYAN, Texas — A shortage of veterinarians is increasing the workload of one local private practice. According to today's veterinarian business on average about 2,000 veterinarians are retiring a year, one local clinic is experiencing an increased number of patients. Although locally this shortage may look a bit different. “We...
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Navasota Examiner

“Ruthie’s” corner gets new lease on life

Following a public hearing with two comments, the Navasota Planning and Zoning Commission approved a specific use permit application for the development of a food truck park on Navasota’s west side. The application was submitted by Christopher Komarzec for property located at 1102 W. Washington Avenue at Second Street, the former site of Ruthie’s Barbecue. According to Development Services Director Lupe Diosdado, the specific use permit was required because a food truck park is not a use listed for the B-1 General Business District.
Bryan College Station Eagle

Gallery: Fiestas Patrias Parade at Johnson Elementary

Students took part in a Fiestas Patrias drive-by parade at Johnson Elementary School in Bryan on Thursday, Sept. 16, 2021. The elementary school held the parade to celebrate Hispanic History Month.

FAA grant bringing improvements to Easterwood Airport

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KBTX) - Improvements are coming to Easterwood Airport that will make operations safer and smoother for aviation there. A Federal Aviation Administration grant will bring $5.9 million worth of work at the airport. They will be realigning one of their main taxiways, which will allow for more aircraft parking and make it safer for larger aircraft to use the taxiway.

Navasota getting a third food truck park on west side of town

A third food truck park is coming to the City of Navasota. Approved at the most recent city council meeting was the Specific Use Permit for what would be dubbed “The Backyard of Navasota,” and would be on West Washington, right off Second Street,, across from the West End Grocery.

Faust wins Grand Champion at 2021 Kolache Bake Show

Snook’s Lydia Faust has been touted by many including Southern Living Magazine as the “Queen of Kolaches in Snook, Texas,” and her winning Grand Champion in the Champion division comes as no surprise last Saturday during this year’s Kolache Bake Show. Faust took top prize with her poppy seed kolaches after she placed first in the poppy seed class. Faust also won in the apple, cheese, peach,…
Navasota Examiner

September Yard of the Month

Examiner photo by Matthew Ybarra: Navasota Garden Club presented the September Yard of the Month award to Karen and Rob Moss for their home at 415 McNair Street. Their yard features a variety of plants including purple fountain grass, Thumbergia, Black Eyed Susan, Ipomoea, Scarlett O’Hara, Groton, Castor Bean, Cast Iron Plant, Iris, French Marigold, Ambrella Palm, Citronella grass, Butterfly Ginger and more.
Brenham Banner-Press

King of Coals BBQ Cook Off results

Brisket, ribs, chicken, oh my! Dozens of participants labored over smoked meat, drinks and sides this weekend at the annual King of Coals BBQ Cook Off, which is part of the festivities at the Washington County Fair. The King of Coals Grand Champion was the team of the Midnight Meat...
Bryan College Station Eagle

Calendar for Thursday

A&M Consolidated High School will have a homecoming carnival from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday at the school's practice soccer field. The event will include carnival booths, food trucks, games, music and more. EVENTS. Fiestas Patrias Parade, 9 a.m. at Johnson Elementary School, 3800 Oak Hill Drive in Bryan. A...

Over 1,000 female bikers gather in BCS

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - Women from all across the United States traveled to Bryan/College Station to attend the Ladies in Leather Motorcycle Parade & Rally 2021. The motorcycle group is the largest traveling ladies motorcycle parade in the nation. “There are some amazing people here representing from as far away...

Aggieland Humane Society Pet of the Week: Miles Prower and Triscuit

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - We have two adorable Aggieland Humane Society Pets of the Week for September 10, 2021. Miles Prower and Triscuit are both about five months old. They’re not only super cute. These kittens love to play and cuddle. Shelter employees say the kitties have Feline Leukemia. While it will affect them for the rest of their lives, it doesn’t slow either of them down.
Battalion Texas AM

Toasted Yolk Cafe to serve Texas-sized brunch

Owned and operated by Mary and Scott Wong, College Station’s newest breakfast, brunch and lunch addition is the Toasted Yolk Cafe. Toasted Yolk is currently set to open on Monday, Sept. 13, and boasts a wide selection of dishes at an affordable price. For Mary, the opening of the cafe...

The largest traveling ladies motorcycle parade is rolling through Bryan Saturday at noon

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - Destination Bryan and Visit College Station are pleased to welcome the Ladies in Leather Parade & Rally on September 9-12 to Bryan-College Station. With representation from over 34 states and women from all different backgrounds, the Ladies in Leather Parade & Rally is the largest traveling ladies motorcycle parade in the USA. They began with a mission to empower women who want to ride and through the process have created a lasting sisterhood of motorcyclists. Over the weekend there will be an estimated 1000+ female motorcycle riders that will attend mechanical workshops, riding lessons, sisterhood bonding and a parade throughout the Brazos Valley.
Bryan College Station Eagle

Footprints of the gardener key to controlling pests

You may have heard the old adage, “The best fertilizer is the footprints of the gardener.” It is certainly true that a garden visited frequently by its owner is more likely to be a more productive and attractive one than a garden left to fend for itself. I would add...