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City of Bryan will renew lease with National Guard for Bob Bond Park
BRYAN, Tex. (KBTX) -- Some local parents are worried again about the future of a Bryan city park. KBTX has reported before on the Texas National Guard working to end the city's lease of Bob Bond Park, ... read more
Swollen rivers begin falling across Northeast
The National Guard continued to ferry supplies to mountain towns that ... D.C. That would eclipse damage from Hurricane Bob, which caused $1 billion in damage in New England in 1991 or the equivalent ... read more
As a giant cruise ship prepares to set sail, the fabled — and treacherous — Northwest Passage is nearly ice free
ending in New York City on September 17th. “While we’ve had smaller, 250- to 350-passenger cruise liners that have gone across the Northwest Passage, this is certainly the largest one we’ve had,” said ... read more
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