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BPD FUSION UNIT MAKES FELONY ARREST

A Brenham man faces felony charges after his arrest by the Brenham Police Department’s Fusion unit. Members of the unit arrested 28-year old Juan Omar Zavala, who was wanted in…

BPD MAKES POT BUST

A traffic stop by Brenham Police turns into a drug arrest. Thursday afternoon Cpl. Tommy Kurie pulled over a truck for speeding on Highway 290 East. As he he approached…

PANTHERS ROLL PAST HEARNE, 54-6

The Burton Panthers blew open their game at Hearne, Friday night, with 26 unanswered points in the third quarter, en route to a 54-6 win over the Eagles. The game…

CUBETTES SWEEP SPRING WOODS

The Brenham Cubettes remain unbeaten in District 19/5A, after sweeping Spring Woods, 25-16, 25-19, 25-9 at Cubs Gym, Friday night. Hadley Webb helped lead the Cubettes with 16 kills and…

BALANCED ATTACK LEADS BUCS PAST TEMPLE

The fourth-ranked Blinn College volleyball team defeated Temple College 25-19, 25-16, 25-27, 25-14 in non-conference action here Friday night. The victory marked Blinn’s third consecutive win and improved the Buccaneers…

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD

2014 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD (WEEK 3, SEPTEMBER 19)   BRENHAM CUBS (1-2) OFF, NEXT FRI. @ TOMBALL MEMORIAL, 7:00       19/5A:     ALL TEAMS OFF THIS WEEK TAPPS 6-MAN BCA EAGLES (2-1)…

KOLKHORST RECEIVES ENDORSEMENT FROM McCAUL

District-13 State Representative Lois Kolkhorst received a major endorsement, yesterday, in her bid for the State Senate. US Congressman Michael McCaul endorsed Kolkhorst in the race to succeed Senator Glenn…

RECORDS SET AT JUNIOR LIVESTOCK AUCTION

Seven records fell in bidding Thursday at the Washington County Fair’s Junior Livestock Auction. Over $123,000 was spent on the 18 lots.  The Grand Champions sold for a total of…

BHS CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION COLLEGE NIGHT

Area high school Juniors and Seniors are invited to Brenham High School’s Career and Technical Education College Night. The event is set for Monday, September 29th from 4:30 p.m. to…

LCRA TO BUILD NEW RESERVOIR IN WHARTON COUNTY

The Lower Colorado River Authority is set to go ahead with plans for a new reservoir. LCRA directors voted unanimously to authorize the authority’s first new reservoir in decades in…