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Thielemann-Wells feature

THIELEMANN – WELLS HONORED AT SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

Two people were honored with the “You Make a Difference” award at last night’s (Thursday’s) Brenham School Board meeting.  Dr. Heather Thielemann and Reverend Randy Wells were presented with the…

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UPDATE – TWELVE COUNTY ROADS CLOSED DUE TO HEAVY RAINS

Due to the heavy rains today, several county roads have been closed due to high water. At 5pm today (Wednesday) the following county roads were reported closed: 1. Meyersville Rd…

Money MakeOver feature

MONEY MAKEOVER SHOW 3-9-2016

Hosts: Jamie Keys, Toni Navarre, and Doug Neal Topics: Mandatory IRA Distributions

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SPORTSLINE PROGRAM 3-7-2016

Guests: Blinn Women’s Basketball Coach Jeff Jenkins               Dr. Kyle Merten – Blinn Alumni Association

Old Gay Hill School feature

GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY SEEKS TO LOCATE EVERY RURAL SCHOOL

The Washington County Genealogical Society is starting a new project to locate exactly where each of the rural schools in the county were located.  Over the years, over 200 schools…

Money MakeOver feature

MONEY MAKEOVER SHOW 3-7-2016

Hosts: Jamie Keys, Toni Navarre, and Doug Neal Topics: Strategies and What Questions to Ask, Roths

Brett Schroeder feature

BRETT SCHROEDER PROMOTED TO C-SHIFT CAPTAIN

The Brenham Fire Department has promoted Brett Schroeder to the position of C-Shift Captain.  Brett has been an active member of the department since 2001 and was hired on full-time as an Apparatus…

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HIGH SPEED CHASE ENDS IN BRENHAM

A Houston man is in custody after his arrest late Saturday night following a high-speed chase that ended in Brenham. 29-year old Jose Avelino Corona Jr. was arrested after Brenham…

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SUDDENLINK REMOVES LOCAL COMMUNITY CHANNEL

Brenham cable TV provider Suddenlink has removed the local community channel from their lineup.  That channel has always carried the KWHI audio.  It was originally on channel 10 but was…

Willard Mays feature

WILLARD MAYES SR. PASSES AWAY

The first African American Police Sergeant with the Brenham Police Department has passed away.  Willard Mayes Sr. died today (Thursday) at Brazos Valley Hospice in Bryan.  He was 93 years…

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