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Blinn volleyball team feature

BLINN TO HONOR NATIONAL CHAMPION VOLLEYBALL TEAM

Blinn College is inviting the community to join it in celebrating the 2014 national champion Buccaneer volleyball team.  The Blinn College Foundation and Buccaneer Alumni Lettermen Association will host a…

prescribed burn feature

PRESCRIBED BURN WORKSHOP FRIDAY

A Prescribed Burn Workshop will be held Friday afternoon at the Blinn College Rankin Ag Complex in Brenham.  The workshop will be from 1 to 5 pm and is presented…

Watershed feature

WATERSHED STEWARD WORKSHOP FRIDAY

A Texas Watershed Steward workshop on water quality issues related to Mill Creek will be held from 1-5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 9 in the basement meeting room of the Austin County…

icon-ice on power line

FREEZING TEMPERATURES EXPECTED THIS WEEK

Freezing temperatures are expected in the area this week.  The low for Wednesday night is predicted to fall to 26 degrees.  Residents are advised to protect the three P’s, pipes,…

2015 baby feature

WASHINGTON COUNTY WELCOMES FIRST BIRTH OF NEW YEAR

Scott and White Hospital welcomed Washington County’s first birth of the new year on Thursday. Jiovanni Alejandro Espinoza was born at 8:12 Thursday morning, January 1st.  The proud parents are…

Ana Guzman featurel

BLINN NAMES INTERIM PRESIDENT

Blinn College has named Dr. Ana Margarita Guzmán, a national leader in education for more than 30 years, its interim district president. Guzmán was identified with the assistance of the…

ibuprofen feature

A&M STUDY SHOWS IBUPROFEN EXTENDED LIFESPAN IN SEVERAL SPECIES

COLLEGE STATION — A common over-the-counter drug that tackles pain and fever may also hold keys to alonger, healthier life, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Research scientist. Regular doses…

Jr High All Region Band feature

BJHS STUDENTS MAKE ALL REGION BAND

Recently, members of the Brenham Junior High bands auditioned for placement in the Region 27 All Region and District Bands. They competed against hundreds of students from schools in Waller,…

Star of the Republic Museum

WASHINGTON ON THE BRAZOS OPEN THANKSGIVING

If you’re looking for fun, family-friendly things to do over the Thanksgiving holidays, please keep the 293-acre Washington on the Brazos State Historic Site (WOB) in mind.  The park and…

Burton school board feature

BURTON SUPERINTENDENT SEPARATION AGREEMENT RELEASED

The terms of the separation agreement for Burton Superintendent Jim Palmer were released to KWHI today.  KWHI filed a public information request for the agreement after the Burton School Board…

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