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BISD BOARD TO DISCUSS GIFTED AND TALENTED PROGRAM CHANGE

The Brenham Independent School District Board of Trustees will meet on Monday to review policies of the Gifted and Talented program.   The Board will consider giving students transferring into…

MONDAY JURY DUTY CANCELLED

The jury trial scheduled before Judge Reva Towslee Corbett on Monday, September 19th at 9 a.m. has been cancelled. Anyone summoned for jury duty during this trial does not need…

WASHINGTON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO DISCUSS 2017 BUDGET

The Washington County Commissioners Court will discuss the 2017 budget during their meeting on Tuesday, September 20th. A public hearing will be held to hear comments on the proposed budget….

FORMER BRENHAM POLICE OFFICER ALLOWED TO RESIGN

Former Brenham Police Officer Richard Bobbitt has been given the opportunity to resign instead of being officially terminated from his position. A hearing appealing Bobbitt’s termination was postponed last week…

SPRING MAN ARRESTED FOR UNLAWFULLY CARRYING WEAPON AND POT POSSESSION

A Spring man has been arrested in Brenham for possession of marijuana and unlawfully carrying a weapon. Thursday morning, around 9 a.m., Officer Jonathan Phipps conducted a traffic stop in…

CUB FOOTBALL PLAYERS HELP WITH ALTON CAR LINE

  Members of the Brenham Cub varsity football team assisted teachers at Alton Elementary this (Friday) morning in the car line area. The players helped with the unloading of students…

BRENHAM POLICE K-9 RETIRES AFTER SIX YEARS OF SERVICE

A Brenham Police Department K-9 is retiring after six years of service. The Brenham City Council took time to honor Sammy, a male Belgian Malinois, during their meeting on Thursday….

BLINN HOLDS LEGAL CAREER INFORMATIONAL SESSION ON SEPTEMBER 28TH

Blinn College is inviting students considering a legal career to learn more about its Paralegal Program at an upcoming information session. The Paralegal Program will hold an information session at…

TODAY IS CHILDREN’S DAY AT WASHINGTON COUNTY FAIR

Today is Children’s Day at the Washington County Fair. President of the Fair, Pam Zwahr, says there’s some new things incorporated into Children’s Day this year: At 9 a.m. the…

NORTH ZULCH STUDENT IN CUSTODY AFTER BRINGING GUN TO SCHOOL

A 15-year-old student at North Zulch High School is in police custody after a loaded gun was found in his backpack.   Superintendent Douglas Devine said that a note was…