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BRAZOS CO. MAN DIES FROM COVID-19

  An elderly College Station man has become the first fatal victim of the coronavirus in Brazos County. Saturday, the Brazos County Health District confirmed the patient, a man in…

WASHINGTON CO. REPORTING SIX CASES OF COVID-19

  Washington County now has confirmed six cases of Coronavirus. County Emergency Management Coordinator Bryan Rumke says the local total of cases is six, as of 8:00 Saturday morning. No…

STATE’S HCSC LOOKING FOR WORKERS

  The state’s Health Care Services Cooperative is hiring. The organization that staffs state facilities, such as the Brenham State Supported Living Center, is hiring immediately. Among the positions available…

BRAZOS CO. ONLINE YOUTH LIVESTOCK SALE UNDERWAY

  The Brazos County Youth Livestock Association (BCYLA) is currently hosting an online recovery sale for exhibitors, following the cancellation of the Brazos County Youth Livestock Show. The Association’s COVID-19…

COMMISSIONERS TO DISCUSS JAIL MEDICAL DIRECTOR, TUESDAY

  A workshop to discuss the county jail’s medical director position highlights Tuesday’s meeting of the Washington County Commissioners’ Court. Earlier this month, commissioners expressed frustration with the situation between…

BURLESON COUNTY CHASE ENDS WITH ARREST IN BRAZOS CO.

  A high-speed chase that began in Burleson County Friday afternoon, ended in Brazos County. The chase began around 1:30 p.m., and involved state troopers and law enforcement from Burleson…

FSA MAKES CHANGES TO DISASTER & LOAN PROGRAMS

  The US Department of Agriculture’s Farm Service Agency has made changes to it Farm Loan, Disaster, Conservation and Safety Net Programs. FSA officials say the move will make it…

BURTON ISSUES ‘DISASTER DECLARATION’

  The City of Burton has officially declared a State of Disaster in the wake of the Coronavirus outbreak. Mayor David Zajicek issued the order late Friday afternoon.  It takes…

WALLER CO. JUDGE ANNOUNCES FIRST COVID-19 POSITIVE CASE IN PVAMU EMPLOYEE

Waller County Judge Trey Duhon has announced the county’s first positive case of COVID-19. Duhon announced today (Friday) via Facebook that the county’s Office of Emergency Management has been advised…

WASHINGTON COUNTY IV-D COURT DOCKET CANCELED

The Texas Attorney General’s Office has canceled the court docket for the IV-D cases in April for Washington County.  IV-D court deals with Child Support cases.  Washington County District Clerk…