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BLINN THEATRE TO PRESENT ‘HANSEL & GRETEL’ NOV. 16-19

Blinn College-Brenham Theatre brings ‘Hansel and Gretel’ to life The classic children’s tale with a humorous twist comes to the O’Donnell Center, Nov. 16-19 The Blinn College-Brenham Campus Theatre Arts…

H*E*B RAISING FUNDS FOR SHOOTING VICTIMS

H-E-B has launched a statewide in-store and online effort to raise money for the victims of the deadly Sutherland Springs church shooting and their families. Tuesday, the San Antonio-based chain…

TICKETS REMAIN ON SALE FOR ‘BIG STAR TEXAS NIGHT’

Tickets are still on sale for Saturday night’s “7th Annual Big Star Texas Night” in Burton. Tickets are on sale at Burton State Bank for an evening of dinner and dancing…

BRENHAM SUDDENLINK CHANGES TAKING PLACE TODAY

Changes are taking place today (Wednesday) to the channel lineup of customers of Suddenlink Communications in Brenham. Suddenlink’s Brenham system, announced earlier that they are transitioning to all-digital TV as…

CUBETTE HOOPS DROP SEASON OPENER

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL, LAST NIGHT **SEASON OPENER** BRYAN 57    BRENHAM CUBETTES (0-1) 48 KEAUNA BIMAGE, 13 pts., 7 reb BRYANNA WILLIAMS, 9 pts. FRIDAY, CUBETTES @ RUDDER, 7:30

BURTON/SNOOK/RTC ADVANCE TO REGION VOLLEYBALL TOURNEYS

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL PLAYOFFS REGION QUARTERFINALS TUESDAY REGION IV/2A BURTON LADY PANTHERS def. WEIMAR, 3-0 (25-21, 25-17, 25-21) SNOOK def. SHINER, 3-1 , (25-20, 25-19, 18-25, 25-22) BURTON & SNOOK…

BUC WOMEN DOWN TEMPLE IN HOOPS OPENER

Buccaneers defeat Temple, 69-61, to win season opener Kyler Wyatt scores 19 points in Blinn’s first win at Temple in four seasons TEMPLE, Texas- The Blinn College women’s basketball team…

STATE VOTERS APPROVE ALL SEVEN AMENDMENTS

Polls saw a low voter turnout across the state for yesterday’s Texas constitutional amendment election. Less than six-percent of the state’s 15-million registered voters turned out to vote on seven…

SNOOK VOTES ‘NO’, NAVASOTA ‘YES’ TO SCHOOL BOND ISSUES

Voters in Snook have turned down the School District’s $7.5 million bond issue in yesterday’s election. The proposal was defeated, 192-to-157, with 55-percent of the voters turning down the issue….

JP BILL KENDALL TO RUN FOR REELECTION

Precinct Four Justice of the Peace Bill Kendall has announced he is seeking reelection. Kendall says he hopes to continue to serve the people of Washington County. Kendall says the…