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REGIONAL HISTORY FAIR FRIDAY AT WASHINGTON ON THE BRAZOS

Approximately 200 junior high and high school students will display their historical knowledge during the 2018 Brazos Valley Regional History Fair held Friday, Feb. 9, at Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site….

FINAL RAIL FORUMS HELD IN NAVASOTA & WALLER

The Federal Railroad Administration wrapped up its public comment process Tuesday night with meetings in Navasota and Waller. During ten public hearings in counties along the proposed route, residents and…

LOCAL POLITICAL FORUM TONIGHT IN BRENHAM

The second of two KWHI candidates’ forums is scheduled for tonight. All of the candidates running for local office, are expected to attend the forum tonight (Wednesday) at 5:30 p.m….

NORTH PARK SCHEDULED TO BE CLOSED FOR REPAIRS SOON

Residents who utilize North Park Street near Hohlt Park shouldn’t panic when they see signs stating that the road will be closed next week, at least not yet.  TxDOT has…

BLINN THEATRE STUDENTS TAKE PART IN SYMPOSIUM

The Blinn College-Brenham Campus Theatre Arts Program recently hosted close to 200 theatre arts professionals, faculty, and students at the Dr. W.W. O’Donnell Performing Arts Center for the U.S. Institute…

COMMISSIONERS APPROVE NEW CAMERAS FOR SHERIFF’S VEHICLES

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office will be getting 21 new vehicle cameras.  The County Commissioners approved the $85,000 purchase at their meeting this (Tuesday) morning.  Chief Deputy Jay Petrash said…

BRENHAM DEPARTMENT EXTINGUISHES SMALL FIRE

The Brenham Fire Department was called out to a small grass fire, Monday. Just before 9:00 a.m., firefighters responded to the 3400 block of Randal Hill Road. Units arrived to…

HIGH SPEED RAIL MEETINGS TONIGHT IN WALLER & NAVASOTA

A packed house was on hand last night at the Kimbro Convention Center in Madisonville to voice their opinions and concerns on the high speed rail project. The Federal Railroad…

BLACK HISTORY BREAKFAST TOPIC ON KWHI ‘COMMUNITY CORNER’

Ethel Randle of the Brenham Activist Association will be this morning’s guest on KWHI’s “Community Corner’. Randle will discuss this Saturday’s 32nd Annual Black History Breakfast. The breakfast will be…

BHS STUDENTS ATTEND “COUNTRY GIRLS CAN CODE” EVENT

Five students from Brenham High School recently traveled to Austin, to participate in a day of developing computer programming skills called “Country Girls Can Code” sponsored by Techs4Tex, a small,…