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BISD STUDENTS SHOW THEIR WORK AT THE ARTS AND APPETIZERS

  The annual Brenham ISD Education Foundation’s Arts and Appetizers was held at the Brenham National Bank. This is a fun fundraising event for the Foundation.  The student art is…

ICY WEATHER CAUSES NUMEROUS POWER OUTAGES

This morning’s wintery weather left some people in our area without electricity.  At 10:30 this morning Will Holford with Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative reported that they had 34 outages in Washington…

BISD SCHOOL BOARD TO ASK FOR WAIVER

Assistant Brenham School District Superintendent Byron McAdams says there have been several days just like today (Tuesday), in which the weather was bad enough to delay the opening of school. …

CITY COUNCIL TO LOOK AT ANNEXATION AGAIN

It will be time to look at the books when the Brenham City Council meets Thursday at city hall. The City Council is expected to accept the audit from Seidel,…

WEATHER FORCES AUSTIN COUNTY VOTING CHANGES

Austin County Judge Carolyn Bilski says two precincts in her county had to open late and they will stay open late, until 8pm.  Boxes 205 and 210 near Industry are…

LANDFILL CONTROVERSY DRIVES WALLER COUNTY JUDGES RACE

There are hotly contested races for county judge in several area counties during today’s(Tuesday’s) primary election. The ongoing controversy over a proposed landfill near Hempstead in Waller County means there…

PRIMARY VOTING TODAY

Some blustery cold and wet weather will be greeting Texas voters today (Tuesday) as the Lone Star State has the first primary this election year.  There  are some closely watched races….

WINTER STORM IN AREA

  Ten counties in the Brazos Valley, including Washington County, are now under winter storm warning, as a wet cold front blew in overnight, with freezing rain and even some…

BUILDING CONTINUES TO BE BRISK IN BRENHAM

Building in Brenham continues at a brisk pace so far this year, even as there was a decline in February in building permits. The city issued $1.386 million in building…

TWENTY YEARS FOR INJURY TO A CHILD

A 37-year old Caldwell man received the maximum 20 years in prison for injury to a child almost one year after his one year old son was found dead in…