Category Archives: News

 

BRENHAM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO HOST BOOK FAIR

  Brenham Elementary School will be hosting a book fair beginning on Monday, February 2 and will run through February 6 from 8:00am to 3:30pm in the BES library. Family…

SETTLEMENT DEAL ON WALLER COUNTY LANDFILL NEAR COMPLETION

A proposed controversial Waller County landfill deal settlement that would, if approved, would end a dispute over a company’s plan to locate a landfill near the Hempstead city line, is nearing approval. The…

BPD ASKING FOR HELP IN SEARCH FOR SUSPECTS

Brenham police are asking for the public’s help as they search for two robbery suspects. The suspects, both described as white males in their early 20’s, first approached the victim…

SOMERVILLE BAND DIRECTOR WINS UIL EXCELLENCE AWARD

The University Interscholastic League is proud to recognize 15 of the best UIL sponsors in Texas with the 2014 UIL Sponsor Excellence Award, and one of the winners is a…

FAYETTE COUNTY NARCOTICS UNIT MAKES DRUG BUST

The Fayette County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Canine Unit stopped a toilet vacuum service truck on Interstate 10 at the 659 mile-marker at approximately 1:30pm on Wednesday for a traffic violation. After…

GOVERNOR ABBOTT SETS RUNOFF DATE FOR STATE HOUSE DISTRICT 13

Governor Greg Abbott has set February 17 as the date for the runoff special election between Carolyn Bilski and Leighton Schubert for the House District 13 seat vacated by Lois…

CITY COUNCIL TO DISCUSS MAY 9TH ELECTIONS AT CITY COUNCIL MEETING

The calling of a General Election for May 9th will be discussed at the regular meeting of the Brenham City Council tomorrow for the purpose of electing a mayor, and…

MAYOR MILTON TATE ANNOUNCES HIS PLANS TO RUN FOR RE-ELECTION

Brenham Mayor Milton Tate has announced that he will seek re-election this spring. Tate was first elected in a special election in 2003 to succeed the late Walter Schwartz, and…

BLINN NURSING STUDENTS HONORED BY BRAZOS VALLEY VIETNAM VETERANS

Eight Blinn College students were honored recently for lending a hand at a November ceremony that has remained top of mind and heart for a group of local Vietnam Veterans….

INFANT SKULL DISCOVERED BY LANDSCAPING CREWS IN LA GRANGE

 A landscaping crew pulling weeds a week and a half ago came across a small skull on Jefferson Street in LaGrange, and appears to be that of a newborn child….