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BLINN COLLEGE BOARD TO AUTHORIZE CONSTRUCTION MANAGER

The Blinn College Board of Trustees will meet on Tuesday to review and act to authorize the administration to negotiate a Construction Manager at Risk contract for the renovations of…

LIBRARY AND ANIMAL SHELTER PROJECTS MOVING CLOSER TO BID PHASE

 Two major city projects are moving closer to being built, and the city hopes to have bids for the project to go out this week, after a small delay. Bids…

TXDOT INVITES PUBLIC TO COMMENT ON PROPOSED PROJECTS

The Texas Department of Transportation will conduct a public meeting to allow for comments for updates to the 2015 Unified Transportation Program, which is the agency’s plan for project development…

WASHINGTON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO MEET TUESDAY

Canvassing the vote of the Special Election held on Tuesday, January 13th, will be one of the items on the agenda for the Washington County Commissioners meeting being held on…

JUVENILE ACCUSED OF BRINGING BB GUN TO SCHOOL

A juvenile from Krause Elementary is accused of bringing a BB gun to school, and is being investigated by Brenham Police. Around 12:50 pm on Friday, a call was made…

O’MALLEY ENGINEERS ANNOUNCE NEW NAME

O’Malley Engineers, L.L.P has joined with Strand Associates, to become O’Malley Strand Associates, a full service consulting engineering firm, specializing  in civil, environmental, transportation, structural, electrical, instrumentation, mechanical engineering, and…

BLINN NOTES

Blinn to host retirement reception for Dr. Harold Nolte Blinn College will host a retirement reception for district president Dr. Harold Nolte Friday on the Blinn College – Brenham campus….

NINE PERSONS SENTENCED IN DISTRICT COURT

Nine people plead guilty and were sentenced in District court Thursday. Patrick Darnell Bennett Jr. age 22 of Brenham had his probation revoked and was sentenced to 5 years in…

TEA RESULTS SAY 10 PERCENT OF SENIORS MAY NOT GRADUATE THIS SPRING

The Texas Education Agency reported on Thursday the results from December showing that nearly 10 percent of all Texas high school seniors may possibly not graduate this spring. According to…

ABANDONED SEALY PLANT HAS A POTENTIAL BUYER

The now-closed BAE Systems plant located in Sealy may have a buyer. On Monday, Pct. 3 Commissioner Randy Reichart told the Austin County Commissioners Court on Monday that there was…