Category Archives: News

BLUEBONNET OFFICES CLOSING FOR COMPANY MEETING

A company wide meeting will close the Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative offices on Thursday, January 23rd.  Bluebonnet spokesman Wil Holford says  the member/customers will not have any problem however.  Members can…

SALES TAX REBATES DOWN FOR BRENHAM TO BEGIN YEAR

The city of Brenham had a 4 percent decline in sales tax rebates to begin the year.  The city received $464,794 in sales tax rebates from the State Comptroller’s Office…

CITY EYES ARCHITECTURAL FIRM FOR ANIMAL SHELTER

Brenham City Manager Terry Roberts says they have received some good proposals for architects for the new animal shelter but one architectural firm, Edwards and Associates has the eye of…

FIREARM TURNS BURGLARY INTO FIRST DEGREE FELONY

A 25-year old convict turned a home burglary into a first degree felony when he was found in possession of a firearm in March of 2012.  District Attorney Julie Renken…

BRENHAM POLICE BUST 58-YEAR OLD MAN FOR CRACK

Brenham police have arrested another man in his late fifties for the possession of crack cocaine. Officer David Dudenhoeffer stopped 58-year old Michael Amule Smith at North Market and East…

WASHINGTON COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPUTIES BUST BRAZOS COUNTY ROBBERY SUSPECT

A call to a crisis hotline led to the arrest of an armed robbery suspect in Washington County just before one this (Wednesday) morning. Chief Deputy Jay Petrash says Sheriff’s Deputies, with…

FUELBERG APPEAL CONTINUES

An Austin appeals court is requesting more information before ruling on a case involving the former general manager of the Perdenales Electric Cooperative. The 3rd Court of Appeals is deciding…

BRYAN FRACAS COULD LEAD TO ARRESTS

A large group of young people from Bryan could face multiple charges after a scene of mass mayhem Saturday night at a Bryan convenience store. The store clerk at the…

MAIFEST SERENADE COMING

The Kings and Queens for the Junior and Senior 124TH Maifest Courts will be announced at the Annual Maifest Serenade Sunday, January, 19th.    The Serenade begins at two pm,…

NEW COMPANY COULD BRING 60 JOBS TO BRENHAM

Brenham City Manager Terry Roberts says a a  company is looking at Brenham to build a new operation that would employ as many as 60 workers within five years and…