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Texas A&M football: 5 Aggies burning questions as 2022 preseason camp kicks off

The Texas A&M football preseason outlook is full of optimism, but the Aggies have entered seasons with optimism before. Backing up the optimism with an elite season is what this program needs. Jimbo Fisher brought in the No. 1 recruiting class in the country. As the 2022 college football season approaches, Texas A&M is a […] The post Texas A&M football: 5 Aggies burning questions as 2022 preseason camp kicks off appeared first on ClutchPoints.
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Dog days of summer: Bryan Animal Center offering free microchipping, vaccinations

For pet owners, stress and heartbreak can be prevented with a little time and a small poke. From 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Aug. 13, the Bryan Animal Center will be giving away free rabies vaccinations and microchips for pets at Sadie Thomas Memorial Park. Prior-registration is not required and both services will be provided in order of arrival. All animals brought must be in a crate or leashed in order to receive either service, according to the event website. The event is only for Bryan residents, who must bring proof of residency, which could include a Bryan Texas Utilities bill or a valid government ID.

Crash in Falls County kills three people

Falls County, Texas (FOX 44) – Texas DPS Troopers say a crash involving a tractor trailer and a car ended with three people dead in Falls county. It happened on US 77, near Burlington, around 2:10 p.m. Tuesday. Investigators say a 2005 Toyota Corolla driven by 24-year-old Raul Julian...

First year teachers hoping to avoid burnout as school year approaches

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KBTX) - Teachers in College Station ISD were back on campus Wednesday morning for staff development. Joining them for the first time are Kayla Close and Cassie Williams, two first-year teachers that are eager to get started. Close had a career change after working as a loan...
Fort Worth Weekly

Spirits of Neutral Ground

“What’s the difference between light beer and having sex in a canoe?”. It’s a joke I’ll never forget. Carousing at the go-to Irish pub in College Station nearly a decade ago, I stroked my chin in contemplation until my brother’s roommate delivered the punchline. “Nothing. They’re...

Stylist shares how to keep hair, grooming tools protected

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - Whether on the basketball court or in the boardroom, it’s important to know how to take care of your child’s hair, especially when you’re on the go. Etta Whitley, founder and lead instructor of Finetta Barber and Beauty Academy, joined BVTM to give tips on how to properly shave, what ingredients to look for in products and how to keep hair tools clean.
Bryan College Station Eagle

C&J Barbeque to open new Bryan location Aug. 19

C&J Barbeque is set to open its new Bryan restaurant at Briargate Drive and William J. Bryan Parkway on Aug. 19. This new restaurant is a relocation of its Texas Avenue location near Downtown Bryan. On opening day, the restaurant will be giving away free Blue Bell ice cream and...
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Mead me downtown

Wine bars and breweries have been a part of the Brazos Valley for decades, but for many years, the community was without one of the oldest forms of alcohol: mead. As of Friday, Aug. 5, Downtown Bryan is now home to the Lone Star Meadery. Often associated with medieval taverns and Vikings, mead is made of three ingredients: yeast, water and honey, to create a sweet, “honey wine” alcoholic beverage.
Bryan College Station Eagle

French restaurant Le Petit Cochon expected to open in early September in College Station

Le Petit Cochon, which means “the little pig” in French, is a new French restaurant that is scheduled to open in early September off Texas 6 in College Station. The restaurant will be in the building formerly occupied by Pie in the Sky near Tower Point. It will be owned and operated by Tom Kenney and Tony Abdalla, who are partners of Napa Flats in College Station.
Houston Chronicle

Video shows calf riding shotgun down Texas highway

Texans are used to seeing some unusual things while driving on the highway: hairy tarantulas, sweet proposals and even dancing on top of cars. Now, people are going wild on TikTok after a pickup truck driver was seen cruising down the freeway with an unusual passenger next to him. TikTok...
Bryan College Station Eagle

Andy’s Frozen Custard scheduled to open Sept. 7 in College Station

Andy’s Frozen Custard, a chain of frozen custard stores, is scheduled to open its College Station location on Sept. 7. The store is located at 101 Southwest Parkway behind Starbucks near the intersection of Wellborn Road. Andy’s was founded in 1986 and is based out of Missouri. There are...
Bryan College Station Eagle

Planting a raspberry on negative column

Danny Tyree’s article on the Opinion page on July 29 really exemplifies the burgeoning negative effect naysayers have on our society’s psyche. His negative take on individual and multifamily community gardens is both misplaced and downright mean spirited. The tongue-in-cheek approach at denigrating folks for attempting to find...

Bright Pink Gym and Chandelier in This Bryan, Texas Mansion

There seems to be a trend this week with the color pink being used on homes in the state of Texas. Earlier this week I was telling you about the Pepto Bismol Pink colored home for rent in Port Arthur, Texas. And then I was looking at other real estate options in Texas and I found this mansion in Bryan, Texas that has a bright pink colored gym (including pink weights), and a chandelier to make it one of a kind.

Stretch Lab opens location in College Station

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KBTX) - If you’re someone into fitnesses, you know how important stretching is for your body. A new business in College Station can now help with that. Stretch Lab is opening its first location in the Brazos Valley on William D Fitch in College Station near...