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Past articles by Crystal:

4 the Culture Market to promote Black-owned businesses

There will be vendors selling everything from clothes and accessories to body butter and desserts, along with activities for children, food vendors, and more → Read More

CSHS presents beloved musical ‘Annie’

College Station High School's production of "Annie" will debut Thursday, Jan. 26 at 7 p.m. and run through the weekend. → Read More

Gambling for a good cause in Caldwell

Caldwell Rotary Club's Casino Night is a full casino experience with blackjack tables, roulette, Texas Hold'em and more. → Read More

Rudder High to present Little Shop of Horrors

Rudder High School Fine Arts is producing Little Shop of Horrors. → Read More

Military, football exhibits coming to Bush Library

New exhibits are coming to the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum. → Read More

Sawyer lending a supportive paw to children at Scotty’s House

Sawyer, the official Facility Dog, helps kids and families who visit Scotty’s House feel comfortable and safe. → Read More

Free in-home Kinder prep program offered by TAMU Nursing

HIPPY is a home visitation program that makes an impact at all levels -- family, school and community by increasing school readiness and parent involvement. → Read More

Go Texan dance and auction to raise money for scholarships

The Brazos County Go Texan scholarship fundraiser is Saturday, Jan. 21 at 7 p.m. at the Brazos Center in Bryan. → Read More

Brazos Breeze Flute Choir to perform Christmas Concert

The Brazos Breeze Flute Choir will perform a few standard pieces at its Christmas concert this Sunday, plus a few with an interesting twist. → Read More

BVCASA is ready for 2nd Annual Celebration Station

"Whoville in Hearne" is the theme for the 2nd annual Celebration Station hosted by the BVCASA And RoboZT. → Read More

Bryan/College Station to host Governor’s Small Business Series

The Governor's Small Business Series will be held in Bryan/College Station and provide small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs with the resources and information needed to start, strengthen and grow a business. → Read More

Celebrating National 4-H Week as an Opportunity 4 All

It’s National 4-H Week and Brazos County 4-H members are celebrating in a big way → Read More

Lace up your sneakers for Dash for Down Syndrome

This year’s Dash for Down Syndrome will happen at Wolf Penn Creek Park on Oct. 9 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. → Read More

Caring for Seniors this Holiday Season

Senior Christmas supports over 1,200 Brazos Valley seniors who are home-bound and in nursing homes during the holidays. → Read More

BeeWeaver Honey Farm is hosting the sweetest cook off in Texas

Laura Weaver, owner of BeeWeaver Honey Farm, joined News 3 at Noon on Friday, September 16 to talk about their second annual Honey Cook Off. → Read More

B/CS Chamber of Commerce prepares for Lobsterfest

The Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce is getting ready for its main fundraiser of the year. → Read More

Bryan family works nearly 1,000 hours toward Habitat home

Finding affordable rent wasn't always easy for the Alvarado family. That's when they turned to Habitat for Humanity. → Read More

Local company giving away free pizzas Friday

This giveaway is meant to help those who have lost their jobs during this crisis. → Read More

Heards comforted by memories of military-bound son killed in 1999 collapse

Freshman Christopher Heard was among the 12 Aggies who died in 1999. The day before bonfire collapsed, Chris joined the Marines, something his parents think he'd be a part of today. → Read More

Parents of woman killed in A&M Bonfire reflect on 20th anniversary

Next week will mark 20 years since a massive bonfire on the Texas A&M campus collapsed, claiming the lives of 12 Aggies. Jamie Hand was one of two women killed in the 1999 tragedy. → Read More