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TXDOT HAS SPRING BREAK SAFETY PROGRAM

Colleges, universities, and all the public schools across Texas have begun spring break for this year.  That means a lot more cars on the road and a lot of concerns…

WALLER COUNTY D.A. CLEARS HEMPSTEAD SCHOOL DISTRICT

Waller County District Attorney Elton Mathis says he has investigated a complaint from a county constable over plumbing contracts with the Hempstead School district and found nothing to the charges….

BOIL WATER NOTICE IS LIFTED

“The BOIL WATER NOTICE is LIFTED for the Oak Hill Fresh Water Supply District 1 Water System.  The water system experienced a water well failure and water outage on February…

BRYAN POLICE MAKE ARREST IN INDECENCY WITH CHILD CASE

On February 6, 2014 a parent brought their daughter into the Bryan Police Department to make a report against their daughter’s former 2nd grade teacher.  It was reported that in…

A SLIGHT RISE IN WASHINGTON COUNTY UNEMPLOYMENT RATE

After four months of consecutive drops, the Washington County unemployment rate rose by two tenths of a percentage point in the month of January. The county’s jobless rate was 4.5…

ARTS AND APPETIZERS CONTINUES TO RAISE FUNDS

Tuesday night’s Arts and Appetizers was another great success for the Brenham ISD Education Foundation but BISD Business manager Kim Horne says they are still counting the funds raise.  …

BRENHAM HOUSING AUTHORITY RECEIVES IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT

Brenham City Engineer Grant Lischka told  (Thursday’s) meeting of the City Council that in the 1970s  the Council passed two resolutions that outlined the maintenance responsibilities to the infrastructure  in…

BLUE BELL GETS APPROVAL FOR FUEL STORAGE TANK

Blue Bell Creameries can now move forward on installing a 20,000 gallon above ground diesel fuel storage tank on the creamery grounds so they can ship their product nationwide. The…

POSSIBLE ANNEXATIONS RAISES QUESTIONS

The Brenham City Council began at today’s (Thursday’s) meeting,  the process that could eventually enlarge the city’s boundaries by about 403 acres.  City Secretary Julie Fulgham told the City Council…

BLINN STUDENTS RECOGNIZED AT STATE THEATRE FESTIVAL

Eleven Blinn College Theatre Arts students were recognized for their outstanding work producing “Alice in Bed” at the Texas Community College Speech and Theatre Association (TCCSTA) Play Festival Feb. 26…