The first step in caring for a sick or injured animal is being able to recognize the signs of pain that indicate something is wrong. Acute pai…
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LAMPASAS -- A Texas Well Owner Network, or TWON, training has been scheduled for 1-5 p.m. Aug. 8 at the Lampasas County Farm Bureau, 1793 N. U.S. Highway 281 in Lampasas. The “Well Educated” training is free and open to the public. Joel Pigg, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service program specialist and TWON coordinator, College […]
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While enjoying fireworks and food today as part of July 4 celebrations, pet owners are urged to make sure their animals remain safe and secure.
Cancer is a scary subject, especially when a loved one has been diagnosed. Because the first reactions and decisions can make a huge impact on…
Twelve businesses were honored Wednesday during the Bryan Rotary Club’s annual Business Performance Awards.
Most people are familiar with how a basic phishing scam works: Links or attachments in emails or messages from scammers can download malware o…
COLLEGE STATION -- June is National Pet Preparedness Month, and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts have some advice on how to keep pets and other animals safe during a disaster or emergency. “If you need to evacuate your home due to a disaster or other emergency, it’s important to consider what you will do […]
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A new sports bar is headed to College Station.