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Alumni feature

BISD HONORS DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI

Four new Distinguished Alumni were honored at the Brenham School District 139th Anniversary this (Friday) afternoon. The oldest public school district in Texas celebrated its anniversary today (Friday) with a…

Ed Pothul feature

ED POTHUL CELEBRATES 25 YEARS WITH KWHI

Congratulations to Ed Pothul “Sports Doc” for 25 years with Brenham and KWHI.

Joseph Kirkland feature

BLINN NAMES INTERIM VP FOR INSTRUCTION

Blinn College has named Dr. Joseph Kirkland its interim vice president for instruction for academic programs. Kirkland brings more than 30 years of administrative experience, including the last five as…

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STOLEN VEHICLE FOUND – ONE ARRESTED

Brenham police are investigating the report of a stolen vehicle Thursday morning.  Officers were called to the 900 block of Nelson Street Thursday morning where the vehicle owner said he…

City Council feature

CITY COUNCIL ADOPTS BUDGET / TAX RATE

The Brenham City Council adopted on the first reading, an 80 million dollar budget for the 2014 – 2015 fiscal year.  No one spoke during the public hearing on the…

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BLINN INDUCTS FIVE TO HALL OF HONOR

Blinn College has selected five distinguished alumni and community leaders for induction in the College’s 2014 Hall of Honor Class Oct. 25 at the Blinn – Brenham campus Student Center….

Trey Lane Fire feature

FIRE DESTROYS HOME ON TREY LANE

A home on Trey Lane in the Bluebonnet Hills subdivision was totally destroyed by fire late Wednesday night.  Fire departments from Brenham, Chappell Hill, Berlin and Salem responded to the…

public forum feature

CONCERNED RESIDENTS SPEAK AT TRACK FORUM

About 300 Washington County residents showed up at a community forum Wednesday evening to hear questions and comments about the Tax Phase-In Incentive for the proposed recreational track on Wonder…

Blue Bell

BLUE BELL TOPS AUGUST BUILDING PERMIT LIST

Construction is up in Brenham according to the building permit numbers released for the month of August.  Building permits totaled over 2.5 million dollars last month compared to 405 thousand…

Gary Jeter feature

LOCAL PASTOR GARY JETER DIES

Local Pastor Gary Jeter passed away Tuesday morning in a College Station hospital after a brief fight with cancer.  Jeter was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer only 3 weeks ago. …

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