Category Archives: News

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…

RECORDS FALL AMONG CHAMPIONS AT WCF LIVESTOCK AUCTION

Eight records fell among the grand and reserve champions at the Washington County Fair Junior Livestock Auction. The steers smashed the old records, as a group of 18 buyers teamed…

BISD CHANGES GIFTED AND TALENTED PROCEDURES

The Brenham Independent School District has made a change in procedures for identifying gifted and talented students. Students in grades 2-11 who are new to the school district in the…

MAN FLEES ON FOOT AFTER MOTROCYCLE CHASE ENDS IN LA GRANGE

The Fayette County Sheriff’s Office has caught a man after a motorcycle chase ended with the suspect fleeing on foot. Around 2:30 a.m. Fayette County dispatchers were notified by Flatonia Police…

BRENHAM CITY COUNCIL ISSUES $3.5 MILLION IN BONDS

The Brenham City Council issued approximately $3.5 million dollars in Certificates of Obligation bonds during their meeting today (Thursday). During the current fiscal year, the City used 1.26 million dollars…

WASHINGTON COUNTY FAIR ATTENDANCE REACHES OVER 9,000

The 148th Washington County Fair had a busy day on Wednesday. According to fair officials, the attendance yesterday hit 9,423 people. A total of 353 exhibitors are had their projects…