Category Archives: News

 

PUBLIC INVITED TO APPLY FOR VACANT BLINN AT-LARGE TRUSTEE POSITION

The Blinn College Board of Trustees invites qualified members of the public to apply for appointment to the College’s vacant at-large trustee position. Interested applicants should submit a resume and…

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND FAITH MISSION TO HELP DISPLACED WORKERS

The Washington County Chamber of Commerce will be holding a job fair today at Brenham High School, in an effort to assist the workers affected by recent layoffs in Brenham….

NANCY CAROL ROBERTS LIBRARY SET TO KICK OFF SUMMER READING PROGRAM

The Nancy Carol Roberts Memorial Library kicks off their Summer Reading Program, this year entitled “Every Hero Has a Story,” which will run from June 2nd through July 14th. Registration…

ROAD AND BRIDGE DEPARTMENT REPORTS SOME ROADS STILL CLOSED

The Road and Bridge Department reports that the following roads remain closed due to high water as of 3pm Tuesday:   Felder Rd at Old Plantation Rd from bridge to…

TEXAS LAW ENFORCEMENT TORCH RUN TO MAKE STOP IN BRENHAM

The Gulf Coast leg of the Texas Law Enforcement Torch Run will be coming through Bryan/College Station on Wednesday, and then make their way  through the Brenham area. . The group…

BLINN BOARD MEMBERS SWORN IN TUESDAY

Three members of the Blinn College Board of Trustees were sworn in Tuesday evening.  Stacey Holle Aschenbeck, Richard Powell and Teddy Boehm were sworn in by District Judge Carson Campbell. …

BLINN BOARD SELECTS DR. MARY HENSLEY AS NEXT PRESIDENT

For the first time in its 132-year history, Blinn College in Brenham, Texas, will have its first female president. The Board of Trustees of Blinn College announced tonight the selection of…

SMALL TORNADO TOUCHES DOWN IN GIDDINGS

A small tornado touched down in Lee County near Giddings this afternoon around 12:30pm, moving from south to north around County Road 226. Spence Schneider, from the Office of Emergency Management in Giddings,…

RABIES ALERT ISSUED IN BRENHAM

Brenham Animal Control has issued another Rabies Alert. Back on May 18th a skunk was destroyed at around 10:00 am near the 1400 block of Sandy Street. The skunk was…

WASHINGTON COUNTY ROAD AND BRIDGE REPORT ON STILL-CLOSED ROADS

 The Washington County Road and Bridge Department report that the following roads remain closed due to high water: Felder Rd from FM 1155 to Allwise Rd Hopmann Rd from FM…