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College Station City Council to Vote on Extending Local Mask Order

The council will vote on Thursday to extend the city's COVID-19 disaster declaration. This extension provides the authority to continue the Mayoral Mask Order...

College Station Face Mask Order Causing Confusion

On June 25, Mayor Karl Mooney signed an emergency order requiring face coverings to be worn inside College Station businesses. The order...

Brazos Valley Hospitals Staff Fewer Beds

Brazos County Hospitals have reached 95 of total staffed hospital bed capacity Friday, and total ICU bed occupancy is at 123%. Total...

Brazos County Vaccine Doses Sit Unused

Of the 5,075 doses distributed to Brazos County, only 1,402 people have received the first dose. Brazos County has been shipped an...

Majority of Local COVID-19 Hospitilizaitions from Residents Outside of Brazos County

Brazos County is in Texas Trauma Service Area(TSA) N, including the six surrounding counties. Patients treated locally are also transferred from outside...

College Station Has One of the Highest Electric Rates in Texas

Brazos County is one of the regions in Texas that has not yet deregulated their electric market. Today, approximately 85% of energy...

John Nichols Re-elected to City Council

Councilman Nichols was re-elected to his Place-5 seat and will receive the oath of office on Tuesday, Dec. 29 at 4 p.m....

College Station Runoff Election Today

City Council Place 5 incumbent John Nichols and his challenger Craig Regan are undergoing a runoff election since neither candidate received 50%...

Brazos County Not Experiencing Thanksgiving COVID-19 Spike

Experts feared that Thanksgiving celebrations would cause a spike in cases and overwhelm local hospitals. In Brazos County, the COVID-19 positivity rate...

College Station Christmas Giveaway Costs Over $20k

For more than 30 years, Parks and Recreation crews have spent 6-8 weeks each fall installing the lights and hand-crafted panels for...

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The Question Biden Needs to Answer

President Joe Biden hosts a virtual summit as part of the United Nations General Assembly from the South Court Auditorium in the White House complex in Washington, D.C, September 22, 2021. (Evelyn Hockstein/Reuters) There are missing pieces in the narrative concerning the lead-up to the tragic drone strike in Kabul. NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE W henever something awful happens in our government, there is a kind of informal competition among columnists to be the first to write: “What did the president know, and when did he know it?” It is a tedious cliché. But the matter of the Kabul drone strike in which U.S. forces killed ten innocent civilians — including an aid worker and seven children — raises precisely that question. Joe Biden as commander in chief bears some general culpability for this slaughter — but if he was leaning on his underlings to put some bodies into body bags in order to grease the … To Read the Full Story
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