Monthly Archives: November 2013

HOME INVASION

Montgomery County Sheriff’s investigators say a woman was robbed in the Kings Manor Subdivision of Kingwood when she answered the door to a man posing as a postal worker Friday…

DEPUTIES BELIEVE THEY KNOW RAPE SUSPECT

Brazos County Sheriff’s deputies believe they know who is impersonating a law enforcement officer, making phony traffic stops on women drivers, then sexually assaulting them. The deputies are continuing their…

ADAM’S ANGELS TOY DRIVE CONTINUES

The Annual Adam’s Angels Toy Drive is continuing for one more week, as the Brenham-based charity that helps families afflicted with childhood cancer, hopes you donate enough toys for them…

MT. ZION METHODIST CHURCH GETS HISTORICAL MARKER

In 1877, a group of ‘displaced people’ found a place on a wooded hill on top of the west side of Brenham, where they could feel free to sing, pray…

ELDERLY MAN LOSES CONSCIOUSNESS RUNS OFF 290

Washington County EMS crews pulled an ‘elderly white male’ from a late model Honda van during the noon hour Friday, after he apparently lost consciousness and skidded off the eastbound…

CONSCIENTIOUS DRIVING ON SAFE HOLIDAY WEEKEND

Texas Department of Public Safety troopers are crediting conscientious drivers for the continued safe driving on the area highways. Reports from the Pierce and Bryan offices of the DPS are…

NO BRENHAM BLACK FRIDAY RUSH

One manager and some workers at the Brenham Wal-Mart say that there was no ‘Black Friday’ rush at the store today (Friday), but there were very big crowds at the…

CANNERY KITCHEN THANKSGIVING

Thursday was a day of feasting with friends, family and those we have never met before during the holiday we set aside to give thanks. At least two hundred people…

JOINT MEETING ON EXCHANGE OF SERVICES SET FOR MONDAY

The Brenham City Council and the Washington County Commissioners will be meeting in joint session Monday morning at city hall to finally adopt a comprehensive exchange of services that have…

HOUSTON FIRE CAPTAIN WITH LOCAL TIES RELEASED FROM HOSPITAL

A Houston fire captain with ties to College Station, who was badly injured while battling a deadly five alarm blaze at a Houston hotel in May was released from the…