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TEXAS SCHOOLS MAKE “GREAT COLLEGES” LIST

Eleven schools from the Lone Star state earned spots on the Chronicle of Higher Education’s list of “Great Colleges to Work For 2017.” The Chronicle, an education news source, surveyed more…

TEXAS PROMISE FUND DEADLINE APPROACHING

The deadline has been extended through July 31 for Texas families to enroll their newborns in the Texas Tuition Promise Fund. That would allow parents to pay this year’s rates…

McCLAIN TO STEP DOWN AS GRIMES CO. D.A. TO BECOME JUDGE

Grimes County District Attorney Tuck McLain has confirmed he will resign from his office September 30th to become the first judge of the new Grimes County Court at Law. McLain…

BIDS REGISTRATION TODAY & NEXT WEDNESDAY

Registration is taking place today and next Wednesday for families with children who will be attending Brenham Independent School District for the first time. Regular registration will take place at…

CALDWELL WOMAN CONVICTED OF AGGRAVATED ASSAULT

A Caldwell woman has been convicted by a Burleson County jury on an Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon charge. 54-year old Beverly Dean Jones has been sentenced to four…

CITY OF BRENHAM’S EMAIL SYSTEM DOWN

Officials with the city of Brenham hope to have their email service back up by this afternoon. The city’s Information Technology Department says the city’s email has been down since…

BURTON MAN FACES ANOTHER D.W.I. ARREST

A Burton man faces a felony Driving While Intoxicated charge after his arrest for at least the third time. 46-year old Sergio Francisco Rojas was pulled over late Saturday night…

BRENHAM POLICE MAKE WARRANT ARRESTS

Brenham Police have arrested two people on outstanding warrants. Sunday morning, just after midnight, Sgt. Curtis Schoen says he saw 44-year old Michael Lynn Young, walking along the 1800 block…

BRENHAM MAN ARRESTED ON NUMEROUS CHARGES

A Brenham man faces multiple charges after his arrest Sunday afternoon. During the noon hour, Brenham Police were called to a theft in the 200 block of Highway 290 West….

BLUEBONNET COOP SAYS EXPECT HIGHER TEMPS TO INCREASE BILLS

A spate of above-normal temperatures in June and July has resulted in increased energy consumption for Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative’s members, which means higher electric bills. The forecast calls for even…