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ROBBIE GAIL CHARETTE DEFENSE ATTORNEY RELEASES STATEMENT

In anticipation of an indictment by the Washington County Grand Jury, an attorney for Brenham lawyer Robbie Gail Charette has issued a press release answering charges against his client. The…

BLINN EXECUTIVE CONTRACTS QUESTIONED AT TRUSTEE MEETING

Any expected fireworks at last (Tuesday) night’s Blinn College Board of Trustees meeting occurred behind closed doors, if at all. A standing room only crowd filled the Boardroom of the…

BLINN EMPLOYEES TO ADDRESS BLINN BOARD TONIGHT

Unhappy Blinn College employees and supporters are expected to turn out for tonight’s (Tuesday) meeting of the Blinn College Board of Trustees in Brenham. Over the past year a number…

KWHI TO GET NEW FM FREQUENCY

Radio Station KWHI in Brenham is getting a new tower, and a new FM frequency. KWHI President and General Manager Tom Whitehead says he is happy to announce that KWHI…

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB TO HOST SUMMER ‘SAFETY DAY’

Teaching kids how to have a safe summer will be the focus of the 2nd annual “Safety Day” at the Washington County Boys and Girls Club next week. Through a…

P&Z COMMISSION TO DISCUSS NEW SUBDIVISION

A new subdivision being developed along the State Highway 36 Loop on the west side of Brenham will be discussed by the Brenham Planning and Zoning Commission today (Tuesday). Work…

GIDDINGS STATE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT REPLACED

The Giddings State School has a new Superintendent following the abrupt departure of its former leader. Tamu Steptoe has been named the new Superintendent at the Giddings State School.  Steptoe…

CITY COUNCIL TO CONSIDER PARKING LOT PAVING THURSDAY

The cost to pave a parking lot at the All Sports Building at Brenham’s Hohlt Park is more than twice the amount originally budgeted. Brenham Public Works Director Dan Rau…

OVER 1800 BLINN STUDENTS EARN ACADEMIC HONORS

More than 1800 students attending Blinn College campuses earned academic honors during the recently completed Spring semester. Blinn named 776 students to its prestigious Chancellor’s Scholars List, including 454 who…

PARKS AND REC. BOARD TO GET UPDATES ON DELAYED PROJECTS

A pair of City of Brenham projects that have received criticism recently for their slow progress will be discussed at next week’s meeting of the Brenham Parks and Recreation Advisory…