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Over 4800 Trees Planted & Counting
By Jennifer Nixon on April, 26 2021

Every where you turn, there is a lot of buzz about the environment in April - and for good reason, both Earth Day and Arbor Day are a few days apart. 

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3 Ideas to Celebrate Earth Day
By Jennifer Nixon on April, 22 2021

Many Earth Day activities revolve around taking care of our environment, but equally important is actually spending time outdoors.

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Buying Furniture for Your First Home
By Clay Lee on December, 17 2020

Most designers will tell you that it costs between $10-15k per ROOM to furnish a home properly. I don't know about you, but most people buying their first home don't have a budget like...

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12 Reasons You'll Love Living in College Station, TX
By Cullen Mosley on December, 15 2020

Whether you call it Aggieland or B/CS, the twin cities of Bryan/College Station are home to the largest public university in Texas - with over 60,000 students, Texas A&M University is...

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3 Things to Remember this Veterans Day
By Jennifer Nixon on November, 11 2020

This year marks the 102nd anniversary of the end of World War I, which ended at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, or November 11, the day that is now observed...

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Calling Bryan College Station Home
By Jennifer Nixon on August, 30 2020

The only city with a built-in fan base, College Station is anchored by the prestigious Texas A&M University – attracting leading educators & researchers from all over the world!

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What is a Walkable Community?
By Jennifer Nixon on May, 4 2020

Walkability has quickly become one of the most sought after amenities for homebuyers, so what makes a community walkable and why is it important?

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Gardening in Your Back Yard
By Jennifer Nixon on April, 16 2020

One of the things I've looked forward to most over the last few months is planting an herb & veggie garden in our back yard.

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Crossroads Park Brings Athletic Fields to West Temple
By Jennifer Nixon on March, 23 2020

The 306-acre park complex is the largest in the city of Temple's park system, at almost three times the size of Lion's Park, the Crossroads Recreational Complex is conveniently located...

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