Category Archives: News

WOMAN WHOSE ARREST LED TO BRENHAM P.D. OFFICER FIRING GETS PROBATION

An Austin woman whose arrest led to the firing of a Brenham Police Officer has been sentenced to probation. 38-year old Jammie Victoria Castillo of Austin was placed on five…

YOUTH MEN’S CONFERENCE HAPPENING IN BRENHAM SATURDAY

A youth conference is happening Saturday at St. John’s A.M.E. Church in Brenham. Featured speakers include Dr. Walter Jackson of Brenham ISD, Stanley Smith of Somerville Church of God, and…

BLUE BELL INTRODUCES NEW FLAVOR

Blue Bell has unveiled its newest ice cream creation: Ice Cream Cone. Blue Bell officials say their latest creation is vanilla ice cream with dark chocolate-coated cone pieces, chopped roasted…

2017 SPRING BRIDAL SHOW AND BENEFIT HAPPENING SUNDAY

The 2017 Spring Bridal Show and Benefit is being held at the Brazos County Expo Bryan on Sunday. The event is open from noon to 4:00 p.m. Travis Rollins, with…

BURTON ISD BOARD EXTENDS VARIOUS CONTRACTS

The Burton ISD Board of Trustees approved a number of professional contracts during their meeting Thursday night. Athletic Director Jason Hodde’s contract was extended through August 31, 2019. Elementary Principal…

CCA CASINO NIGHT HAPPENING IN GIDDINGS

Combined Community Action (CCA) in Giddings is holding a Casino Night fundraiser tonight (Friday). CCA’s mission is to assist people to become independent and self-sufficient by transitioning people out of…

WASHINGTON CO. FARM BUREAU CELEBRATE TEXAS FOOD CONNECTION DAY

The Washington County Farm Bureau celebrated Texas Food Connection Day on Thursday. The Washington County Farm Bureau handed out $50 H.E.B. gift cards to six lucky shoppers in Brenham. A…

LAST DAY TO BUY EVE OF TEXAS TICKETS

The deadline to make reservations for the Eve of Texas Independence activities is today (Friday). The Eve of Texas Independence will take place on March 3rd at Alamo Alley in downtown Brenham….

LAWMAKERS TAKE ON IMPROPER STUDENT-TEACHER RELATIONSHIPS

Improper student-teacher relationships are on the rise in Texas, according to the Texas Education Agency (TEA). The TEA reported new numbers to a Senate Committee looking to fix the problem…

GRIMES COUNTY TO CONTINUE COUNTYWIDE POLLING PLACES

Grimes County will be able to keep their countywide polling places after receiving a letter from the Secretary of State certifying the polling places as successful. The Navasota Examiner reports…