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Juanita’s Tex-Mex Cantina opening May 5 in College Station

Juanita’s Tex Mex Cantina is opening May 5 in Century Square, at University and South College across from Texas A&M. According to the restaurant’s Facebook profile, “Juanita’s Tex Mex Cantina is a storied concept born out of diverse parts of Mexico where recipes and culinary creativeness meet familiar Tex-Mex dishes served in the Lone Star

Chicken Oil Company will be closed indefinitely after fire

The Chicken Oil Company in Bryan announced that it will be closed indefinitely in the wake of a recent fire that caused significant damage to the restaurant’s facilities. Chicken Oil’s Adam Drake made the following statement via Facebook: “Unfortunately, reopening Chicken Oil Company will not be a quick or easy process and we will be

Chef Tai intros line of artisan sauces

Solt: You asked Chef Tai for years about his delicious Miso Sea Bass / Black Cod recipe, Calamari Dipping Sauce, and Black Ketchup or his Steak Sauce! These are the bases to make all those dishes come to life! And so many other dishes and sauces are made out of these base sauces at Chef

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Crumbl Cookies opening College Station location on March 4

Local Crumbl Cookies franchise partner Jessica Murski recently announced the much-anticipated opening date for her Jones Crossing store. March 4 will be the day that College Station gets its own Crumbl Cookies location. About Crumbl Cookies Our 150+ unique cookie flavors rotate weekly and are always served in our famous pink box, ensuring there is

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College Station Police Department CALEA manager Chris Brannan has history of dishonesty, policy violations

“We strive for excellence in our profession and are proud to be a CALEA-accredited agency (since 1991).” That quote is from a College Station Police Department help wanted ad. The agency touts its membership in CALEA, an organization that publishes best practices for law enforcement agencies and evaluates those agencies’ adherence to those practices, as

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Brazos Valley African American Museum Partners with Suddenlink to Offer Free Admission in Celebration of Black History Month

The Brazos Valley African American Museum and Suddenlink, the local provider of broadband, television, phone services, have partnered to offer free museum admission this Black History Month to honor and raise awareness of African American history and culture. The Brazos Valley African American Museum was built on the site of one of the original Black

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