Category Archives: News

KWHI.COM TAKES ON “NEW LOOK”

            As of today (Thursday) KWHI’s website has taken on a whole new look.           KWHI has changed the appearance of its website, www.kwhi.com,  to a more modern look…

BLINN ALUMNI LUNCHEON

The community oriented homecoming for Blinn College is continuing, with an important highlight coming midday Saturday at the Janis Sneed Banquet Room.  That’s when Ex-Students Association will official welcome this…

JEWELRY STOLEN IN BURGLARY

Brenham police reports say ‘a lot of jewelry was stolen’ about $900 worth in a home burglary that a couple discovered yesterday (Wednesday) when they returned home from work.          …

FIRE DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES

Brenham City Manager Terry Roberts says the city council is expected to allow expenditures for two new fire trucks and a possible fire substation even though the financing is not…

TOY TIME BOOST ATTENDANCE AT STAR OF THE REPUBLIC MUSEUM

The Star of the Republic Museum at the Washington On the Brazos State Park has seen a ten percent increase in attendance in the past year due to a popular…

EIGHT YEARS FOR DRUG POSSESION

A Somerville man, caught with a multitude of illegal drugs during a traffic stop in March was sentenced to eight years in prison in this week’s session of the 21st…

MCCAUL VOTES AGAINST DEBT CEILING RAISE

The U.S. House of Representatives voted 285 to 144 to approve re-opening the government and raising the debt limit.  District 10 Congressman Michael McCaul, was in the minority.           The…

SCARECROW EXTRAGANZA WINNERS

Brenham Main Street has announced the winners of this year’s Scarecrow Extravaganza.            The Best Overall was Hey, It’s Fall Jack, by Walcik Construction.  They won the grand prize of…

SOD HUT PHOTO INSPIRES NOVEL

. Ann Weisgarber, the author of ‘The Personal History of Rachel Dupree’ says a haunting picture of an African-American woman in a sod hut in South Dakota drove her to…

114 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIMS REMEMBERED

It was time last (Tuesday) night to remember the 114 women and girls in Texas who died at the hands of the men they believed loved and cared for them…