Category Archives: News

 

HOUSTON SCHOOL BUS DRIVER CHARGED

The Houston school bus driver that was charged in the hit and run that killed a bicyclist, claims that she did not know she had hit someone.  Phyllis Ann Booker,…

FRANKLIN MAYOR ACCUSED OF COERCION

A longtime Franklin Mayor who is running as a Republican County Judge in Robertson County, is being accused of offering people $5 to vote him into office.  The allegations against…

CAMP FOR ALL HAS FUNDRAISING EVENT

Camp for All’s supporters came out to the camp’s fundraising event,  ”Starry Safari” on Thursday, which raised more than $211,000. The event was held at the Firemen’s Training Center, and…

BLINN COLLEGE TO PRESENT CARMINA BURANA

  To celebrate the Halloween season, The Blinn College Choral Union, Brenham Chorale, and Brenham Children’s Chorus will present Carmina Burana, a Carol Orff Production, October 26th and 27th at…

A&M STUDENT DIES AFTER DRINKING CYANIDE

The Texas A&M student that intentionally ingested sodium cyanide has died.  20 year old Christian Amadeus Taylor, a biochemistry major, died at St. Joseph Regional Health Center at 12:40 Friday…

BRAZOS COUNTY ANNOUNCES NEW WARRANT SYSTEM

  Brazos County has discovered a new way to keep traffic of outstanding traffic violations. Launched last week, Brazos County has gone digital to keep track of Class C Misdemeanors…

FALL FROLIC LADIES NIGHT OUT TO BE HELD OCTOBER 30

  The Fall Frolic Ladies Night Out event will be held on Thursday, October 30th at Silver Wings Ballroom. It will be a night of shopping, food, fashion shows, and…

SPECIAL OLYMPICS FALL CLASSIC BEGINS TODAY

The Fall Classic for Special Olympics of Texas will be held this weekend in Bryan/College Station. The opening ceremonies will be tonight at A&M Consolidated Middle School. The event, which will…

BRENHAM READ RECEPTION TONIGHT

An author reception for this year’s Washington County Read is this (Friday) evening at Unity Theatre. Award winning author Chitra Divakaruni will be discussing this year’s Read selection, One Amazing Thing,…

NAVASOTA MAN GETS 35-YEAR SENTENCE

A 23-year-old Navasota man has been sentenced to 35 years in prison after pleading guilty to armed robbery of two College Station convenience stores back in July of last year….