BRAZOS VALLEY LATEST NEWS

June 9, 2015

The Summer Sunset Concert Series

The Summer Sunset Concert Series at the Palace Theater in Downtown Bryan continues with KP and the Boom Boom on Thursday, June 11. 

June 9, 2015

Bush Birthday Celebration

Grab your pearls and crazy socks and join the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum to celebrate the birthdays of both President and Mrs. Bush.
June 9, 2015

Catchiest New Slogans for Iconic Don’t mess with Texas® Trashcans

More than 400 middle school students from across the state showed off their creative side by entering the Don’t mess with Texas® Middle School Can Slogan Contest. Organized by the Texas Department of Transportation and Keep Texas Beautiful, middle school students were asked to write their own inventive slogan to be featured on a Don’t mess with Texas® trashcan. 
June 9, 2015

Fox & Hound to Host Benefit for Coach Blair Charities

Fox & Hound in College Station is teaming up with Coach Blair Charities to support a variety of organizations in the Bryan/College Station community. Fox & Hound, located at 505 University Drive East, will host a celebration to benefit Coach Blair Charities on Wednesday, June 24.
June 9, 2015

Helping Students Learn Government Principles

A Texas Bar Foundation grant will fund a web-based video series to help Texas students learn about the U.S. government’s founding principles.
June 9, 2015

Pet Talk: Benefits of Interacting with Cats

 Many people are experiencing the social and health advantages of interacting with their four-legged friends. The proof is not only evident in happy pet owners’ faces, but also in recent studies.
June 9, 2015

Honoring Fathers & Father-Figures with “Father-Fish”

Voices For Children and the City of College Station are honoring fathers and father-figures with a day of fishing at Cy Miller Park Pond in College Station (next to College Station Police Department).
June 9, 2015

Ronald McDonald House Charities Night With Bombers Baseball

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Texas has teamed up with the Brazos Valley Bombers for a special night of baseball, June 13. Proceeds from half the tickets sold will support RMHC CTX in the Brazos Valley. 
June 3, 2015

Brazos Valley Farmer’s Market’s New Location

The Brazos Valley Farmer's Market is returning to its roots by moving its weekly vendor market to Historic Downtown Bryan. Saturday, June 6, will be the first market in the new location on 21st St. between Main and Bryan streets on the north end of Downtown Bryan.

 

June 2, 2015

Storm Disaster Relief

Figures from the Office of the State Climatologist at Texas A&M University show that the month of May has been the wettest month ever in the state’s history, averaging 7.54 inches, besting the previous record of 6.66 inches in June of 2004. As such, many parts of Texas have been declared disaster areas.
June 2, 2015

June First Friday in Downtown Bryan

June First Friday in Downtown Bryan will be held June 5 and feature a number of musical acts, specials, and entertainment.

 

June 2, 2015

Scholarship Winners Announced

The George Bush Presidential Library Foundation has announced the winners of the 2015 USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) Scholarship.
June 2, 2015

Summer Sunset Concert Series

Four free concerts will usher in the warm weather months during the Summer Sunset Series at the Palace Theater in Historic Downtown Bryan. Each Thursday in June will feature high-energy performances from local and regional bands playing from 8-10:30pm in the open-air venue at the corner of Main and 26th St.
June 2, 2015

Six Shotguns Donated to Constable Office

Dr. Andy Wilson and Dr. Lon Young of Caprock Emergency have donated six combat style 12 gauge “Mossberg” shotguns to Brazos County Precinct 1 Constable Office.
May 27, 2015

B/CS CVB Awards Hospitality & Tourism

For those in the hospitality industry, work-life often moves at a more than hectic pace with little thanks along the way. However, on Wednesday afternoon the Bryan/College Station Convention & Visitors Bureau took a moment to slow down and thank a few individuals and organizations that make tourism a special part of the community.