Category Archives: News

0412SBOE

MEXICAN AMERICAN STUDIES COMING TO TEXAS CLASSROOMS

In a few years, public school students in Texas may have a chance to learn about Juan Seguin, Ernesto Zavala, and Cesar Chavez right along with Sam Houston, William Barrett…

0412grimesfatal

CHARGES POSSIBLE IN GRIMES COUNTY FATAL

A 41-year old Humble woman could face charges after a late Thursday afternoon head on collision in Grimes County. Reports from the Texas Department of Public Safety say that Esmeralda…

0412MS150

MS 150 BIKE RIDE

Anyone driving from Houston to Austin this weekend will likely encounter plenty of bicyclists as they ride in the MS 150 Bike Ride. The annual ride raises money for the…

icon-bluebonnets

BLUEBONNET FESTIVAL BEGINS

Chappell Hill is celebrating 50 years of Bluebonnets, the state’s official flower this weekend. The Chappell Hill Bluebonnet Festival is the official Bluebonnet festival for Texas and it’s a good…

0412DAFIREDAMAGE

CANDLELIGHT VIGIL SET FOR HOUSE FIRE VICTIMS, INVESTIGATION CONTINUES

A candlelight vigil is set for tonight (Saturday) on the campus of Texas A&M for the father and daughter whose remains were found in a house fire Monday in Bryan.  …

0412ST.JOSEPHHOSPITAL

ST. JOSEPH’S HOSPTIAL PROPOSES A TAKE OVER OF THE AUSTIN COUNTY EMS

Austin County Judge Carolyn Bilski has some concerns about a proposal from St. Joseph’s Hospital to take over the county’s emergency medical service. Judge Bilski says she will listen to…

0411bluebellrunf

BLUE BELL FUN RUN SATURDAY

Organizers for the 36th annual Blue Bell Fun hope the Saturday morning run will be the biggest ever.  That will take some doing.  Last year the run drew 4500 people…

icon-crack pipe

WOMAN ARRESTED FOR CRACK SMOKING

Brenham police arrested a 46-year old woman last (Thursday) night after people in the 200 block of South Drum reported they saw someone smoking crack. Officer David Dudenhoeffer was called…

icon-John Brieden

WASHINGTON COUNTY JUDGE JOHN BRIEDEN COMPLAINS ABOUT COMPLAINT PROCEDURES

Washington County Judge John Brieden has some complaints about the establishment of a complaint procedure. Judge Brieden says the county needs a $277,000 grant from the Texas  Department of Agriculture …

icon-Blinn

BLINN STEEL DRUM CONCERT

Blinn College music students will create island themed music with 55 gallon drums Sunday afternoon at the O’Donnell Performing Arts Center. Texas A&M’s Maroon Steel, under the direction of Dr….

WP-Backgrounds by InoPlugs Web Design and Juwelier Schönmann