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NEW INFORMATION RELEASED ON CHILD’S BODY FOUND IN MADISON COUNTY

New information has been released about a child’s body that was found dumped in Madison County in September 2016. The Madison County Sheriff’s Office says an autopsy report was unable to determine…

$6,000 REWARD OFFERED FOR INFORMATION ABOUT BURGLARY

A $6,000 reward is being offered for information about a burglary in Washington. In a joint effort between Brenham Washington County Crime Stoppers and the burglary crime victim, a combined $6,000…

SEALY POLICE INVESTIGATE SHOOTING DEATH

Sealy Police are investigating an apparent homicide that occurred Tuesday afternoon. Just before 2;00 p.m., officers were called out to the 1200 block of North Meyer St..  At the scene,…

CUBS END DISTRICT PLAY — FACE CEDAR PARK IN BI-DISTRICT

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL LAST NIGHT BRENHAM CUBS (21-12/13-1) 60     WALLER BULLDOGS (7-7) 43 1 2 3 4 TOTAL WALLER 8 9 6 20 43 CUBS 17 10 21 12 60…

BRENHAM CITY COUNCIL TO HOLD PUBLIC HEARING ON ANNEXATION

The Brenham City Council will hold a public hearing during their meeting on Thursday about the proposed annexation of approximately 87 acres. The land consists of tracts along State Highway…

BRENHAM STATE SUPPORTED LIVING CENTER EMPLOYEE ARRESTED FOR CHILD PORN

A Brenham State Supported Living Center employee has been arrested for possessing child pornography. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced on Tuesday that officers with his Criminal Investigations Division arrested Daniel…

GRIMES CO. SHERIFF’S OFFICE RECEIVES PROTECTIVE GEAR FOR K-9 OFFICERS

On Monday, the Grimes County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Program received a monetary donation to purchase protective vests for both of its service animals. The $1,990 donation was presented by Jan…

WASHINGTON CO. COMMISSIONERS TABLE BURN BAN, URGE CAUTION

The Washington County Commissioners discussed whether or not to impose a burn ban during their meeting today (Tuesday), deciding to table the issue again. While there were several grass fires…

MARY BARNES-TILLEY ANNOUNCES SHE WON’T SEEK RE-ELECTION

Mary Barnes-Tilley has announced she will not seek re-election to the Brenham City Council. “It has been an honor serving the citizens of our community as a member of the…

CUBETTE SOFTBALL OPENS SEASON WITH 11-0 WIN

HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL MONDAY BRENHAM CUBETTES (1-0) 11     CY FALLS EAGLES (0-1) 0 1 2 3 4 5 R H E CUBETTES 0 0 7 3 1 11 11 0…