Category Archives: News

LOCAL ‘HIRING MANAGERS’ SEMINAR TUESDAY

A program on Interviewing Training for Managers is set for Tuesday at Blinn College. Kimberley Behrens, an accomplished HR consulting professional with 25 years of experience, will present the program….

GIVING DAY–BRAZOS VALLEY GIVES SET FOR TUESDAY

  An 18-hour on-line fundraiser this Tuesday hopes to benefit some local organizations. The Community Foundation of the Brazos Valley is hosting its first every Giving Day—Brazos Valley Gives, Tuesday…

LIFETIME LEARNING HOSTS ‘THE BOY WHO HARNESSED THE WIND’ FILM

Lifetime Learning is hosting a viewing of a movie based on their READ selection. A free showing of “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind,” this year’s Washington County READ selection,…

BISD BOARD TO MEET MONDAY

A full agenda faces the Brenham School Board when they meet Monday night. Among the items up for discussion will be the annual BISD “FIRST” financial accountability rating.  In August,…

NINE SENTENCED IN LOCAL DISTRICT COURT

Nine people have been sentenced in the latest edition of 21st District Court in Brenham, including a Houston man, whose probation was revoked. 28-year old Brandon Oneal Andrews, had his…

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OPENS ‘LITTLE FREE LIBRARY’

A local church school is helping the public appreciate reading. The First Baptist Church School & EEC has launched the “Little Free Library”. Church officials say the library was created…

‘RAVE ON’ KICKS OF BLINN PERFORMING ART SERIES

Nearly one year after selling out the O’Donnell Performing Arts Center, Billy McGuigan is back at Blinn for another rock ‘n roll showcase. This time, McGuigan will bring Buddy Holly’s…

BRENHAM WOMAN ADMITS TO STEALING MONEY FROM BANK

A Brenham woman has pleaded guilty to stealing money from the employer—a local bank. 33-year-old Natasha Hudgeons has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $63,000 from a Wells Fargo Bank…

WASHINGTON CO. COMMISSIONERS TO VOTE ON REPLACEMENT FOR 4-H EXTENSION AGENT

Washington County Commissioners will look to name a new County 4-H Extension Agent when they meet Tuesday. Commissioners will consider approving a candidate for the position of Extension Agent for…

FORMER BRENHAM MUNICIPAL COURT JUDGE SAYS CITY DID NOT NOTIFY HIM UPON MAKING DECISION TO REMOVE HIM

The former municipal court judge for the City of Brenham says he found out secondhand that he was no longer employed with the city. Bill Kendall was removed from his…