Category Archives: News

 

HARD FREEZE HITS BRAZOS VALLEY

A hard freeze has hit the Brazos Valley, including Washington, Austin, Brazos, Burleson, Grimes, and Waller counties. Temperatures dipped well into the 20s overnight after the National Weather Service issued…

WASHINGTON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO RECERTIFY COMMUNITY HOUSING DEVELOPMENT

Washington County Judge John Brieden says even though federal funding for the Community Housing Development Organization has ended they still need to re-certify the program so it can continue. He…

SENIOR APARTMENT COMPLEX

A developer wants to build a 76 unit apartment complex to serve the needs of senior citizens. When the Brenham Planning and Zoning Commission meets Monday at city hall they…

PROGRAM FOR PARENTS WITH CHILDREN WITH EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS

The parents and guardians of children and teens who have behavioral problems have a chance to learn more about how to deal with their children with a program that begins…

H1N1 SPREADING

The H1N1 flu virus is spreading throughout Texas, killing several people across the state.  Reports from the Scott and White Hospital in College Station say they are dealing with several…

MISSING A&M GRAD STUDENT

Friends, co-workers and law enforcement officers throughout the Brazos Valley are concerned about a 24-year old Texas A&M graduate student who has been missing since Christmas Day. Brenden John Boyd…

NEW YEAR BABY BOY

Welcome to our world Chase Isaiah Moses.  You are the first baby to be born in Washington County this year. Chase was born Friday afternoon at 4:29 pm to Danielle…

STILL ROOM LEFT FOR CITIZENS POLICE ACADEMY

The Brenham Police Department is looking for a few good men and women for the next class of the Citizen’s Police Academy.  Cpl Chris Jackson of the Brenham police department…

ST. JOSEPH’S REPORTS TWO H1N1 CASES.

St. Joseph Hospital in Bryan has confirmed that they recently treated two people for H1N1 including a nurse practitioner in Navasota. The nurse believes she caught it from one of…

LAW ENFORCEMENT GRANT COULD HELP IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN TO LOWER CRIME

Austin County Judge Carolyn Bilski says her county’s Community Development Plan, include efforts to reduce crime and those efforts involved more than just law enforcement agencies. Judge Bilski says that’s why…