Category Archives: News

DETAILS ON TEXAS ‘BATHROOM BILL’ UNVEILED

Senator Lois W. Kolkhorst and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick unveiled legislation Thursday that would require people to use the bathrooms based on their birth genders in public schools and state and local…

TWO LOCAL MEN ARRESTED WEDNESDAY AFTER SEARCH WARRANT

Two local men have been arrested after a search warrant was executed Wednesday.  Washington County Sheriff’s Office investigators and special response team executed a search and arrest warrant at a…

BHS TO HOST ‘WELCOME TO PRIDELAND’ JANUARY 23RD

Brenham High School will hold its second annual “Welcome to Prideland” event on Monday, January 23rd. The come-and-go evening event is designed to welcome incoming freshmen to Brenham High School…

MOELLER FAMILY DONATES OVER $98,000 FOR BLINN SCHOLARSHIPS

The Waldo E. Moeller Foundation demonstrated its generosity and commitment to education with a $98,610 gift funding five endowed scholarships that will benefit workforce education and high-achieving academic students at…

LT. GOV AND KOLKHORST TO INTRODUCE ‘BATHROOM BILL’

Texas could soon follow in the footsteps of Indiana and North Carolina and pass its own “bathroom bill” in the upcoming legislative session. Senator Lois W. Kolkhorst, the author of…

62ND ANNUAL WASHINGTON CO. SPELLING BEE NEXT TUESDAY

The 62nd Annual Washington County Spelling Bee is set to take place next Tuesday, January 10th at Alton Elementary School. The top three spellers will receive cash prizes from KWHI,…

TOMBALL MURDER SUSPECT ARRESTED IN WALLER CO.

A man wanted for a murder in Tomball was apprehended in Waller County Wednesday evening. Tomball Police Department announced 29-year-old Michael Brandon Jemison had been arrested and charged with murder…

VOLUNTEERS STILL NEEDED FOR SPEECH AND DEBATE TOURNAMENT

Volunteers are needed for a speech and debate tournament in Brenham this week.   The National Christian Forensics Association is still recruiting community judges for the tournament that will take…

FAYETTE ELECTRIC CO-OP TO SEND TWO STUDENTS TO WASHINGTON D.C.

Two students in the service area of the Fayette Electric Cooperative will be headed to Washington D.C. next summer. Current sophomores, juniors and seniors that reside in the home of…

LIFETIME LEARNING ANNOUNCES SPRING SCHEDULE OF LECTURES

Lifetime Learning has announced their spring schedule of lectures, which begins with an event later this month. On January 27th, author John Hubner will discuss his book Last Chance in…