Category Archives: Featured

RIBBON CUT TO OFFICIALLY OPEN THE BARNHILL CENTER

The ribbon cutting and public grand opening for the new Barnhill Center was held Thursday afternoon.  Hal Moorman, president of Brenham Main Street Historical Preservation cut the ribbon from the…

BRENHAM COUNCIL APPROVES REWORDING ON POLICY MANUAL

Brenham City Council approved the changes in the Human Resources Policy manual regarding weapons at their meeting this afternoon (Thursday). City of Brenham Human Resources Director, Susan Nienstedt spoke on…

VIDEO – SHREK THE MUSICAL BEGINS TONIGHT AT BHS

Shrek the Musical begins tonight (Thursday) at the Brenham High School Auditorium. The musical is being presented by the High School Drama Department.  The evening performances begin at 7pm Thursday,…

LOCAL DOCTOR ADRESSES ZIKA CONCERNS

A Brenham doctor says that while the highly-publicized Zika virus is “mild” compared to most viruses, there is reason for concern. Dr. William Loesch, and internist at the Brenham Clinic…

BRENHAM CLINIC BAKE SALE IN HONOR OF NATIONAL RED DAY

The Brenham Clinic will be showing support of National Red Day tomorrow (Friday). National Red Day is a day to show support of women’s heath, heart disease, and stroke, by…

DONATIONS CONTINUE FOR SENIOR CENTER

The drive for donation for the newly-opened Washington County Healthy Living Center continues. A number of persons and businesses have recently made donations toward the completion of the building, including:…

LINEUP SET FOR “TEXAS BIRTHDAY BASH”

The entertainment lineup has been announced for this year’s Texas Birthday Bash, March 4th and 5th in Navasota. Friday the 4th’s concert lineup kicks off at 5pm with a lineup…

TWO ARRESTED ON POSSESSION CHARGES

Brenham Police made two arrests on marijuana possession charges, Wednesday morning. During a 9:30 a.m. traffic stop in the 1400 block of Kevin Lane, Officer Jonathan Phipps confirmed 22-year old…

BLUEBONNET COOP TO HOST TOWN HALL MEETINGS

Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative plans to host five town hall meetings to give co-op members the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about Bluebonnet and its plans for the future….

ROTHERMEL URGES CAUTION WHEN VOTING BY MAIL

According to Washington County Clerk, Beth Rothermel, the Republican and Democratic parties are sending out applications to vote by mail to those that are over 65 years old. Rothermel says…