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POSSIBLE SALE OF LANDFILL SITE CONTINUES

Negotiations continue for the City of Brenham’s possible sale of the old proposed landfill site. After an executive session of the Brenham City Council this (Thursday) afternoon, it was announced…

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SCOTT & WHITE HOSPITAL RIBBON CUTTING

  A major remodeling project at Scott & White Hospital – Brenham was celebrated with a ribbon cutting this (Thursday) afternoon by the Washington County Chamber of Commerce Blue Blazers….

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JOE ROUTT NAMED TO ALL TIME AGGIE FOOTBALL TEAM

A Chappell Hill native has been named to the “All Time Aggie Football Team”, as selected by the readers of an internet site. AggieYell.com has named Joe Routt of Brenham…

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LADY LIONS CLUB AWARDS SCHOLARSHIP

The Washington County Lady Lions Club awarded a scholarship and several club awards during their meeting this week. 2014 Brenham High School graduate JaKayla Dabera was awarded a $500 scholarship…

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EIGHT SENTENCED IN DISTRICT COURT

Eight persons plead guilty to felony cases in the 21st Judicial Court in Washington County Tuesday.  According to District Attorney Julie Renken, seven of them were sentenced by the court…

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CITY COUNCIL MEETING ON LANDFILL PROPERTY OFFER

The property of the long proposed site for the City of Brenham’s landfill may be close to being sold. At Thursday afternoon’s meeting of the Brenham City Council, members will…

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BRENHAM SCHOOL BOARD HEARS STAAR TEST RESULTS

The STAAR test results for Brenham schools are a mixed bag, according to a report given to the Brenham School Board last (Monday) night. Bonnie Brinkmeyer, BISD’s Coordinator for Curriculum…

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CITY EXPLORERS FINANCING ANIMAL SHELTER AND LIBRARY

Brenham’s City Council is exploring ways to build a new Animal Shelter and renovate and expand the Library without raising city taxes. During a workshop session at City Hall this…

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LIBRARY DISCUSSED AT CITY WORKSHOP MEETING

The lobby of Brenham’s City Hall may become a temporary home for the Nancy Carol Roberts Memorial Library if the current library is renovated and expanded. Those plans were revealed…

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THE SPECTATOR – RIDICULOUS STATE VOTING LAWS

When you are dealing with the State of Texas and its bureaucracy, sometimes you just have to scratch your head and move on.  That’s what I was faced with last…

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