Category Archives: News

TWO ARRESTED AFTER THREAT AT BRENHAM HIGH SCHOOL

Two Brenham High School students have been arrested after police were informed of a threat against the school Friday morning. According to authorities, they were notified that a potential threat…

HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION EVENT SATURDAY IN COLLEGE STATION

Twin Oaks Household Hazardous Waste is hosting a waste collection event tomorrow (Saturday) in College Station. From 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., people can come by the Texas A&M University…

WASHINGTON CO. ONE OF TWO POTENTIAL SITES FOR NEW MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT

Washington County could potentially become the site for new manufacturing development in the near future. During Brenham City Council Thursday, Economic Development Director Susan Cates presented her fourth quarter economic…

BRENHAM ART STUDENTS TALK WITH MURAL ARTISTS DOWNTOWN

Art students from Brenham Junior High and High School were downtown Friday morning to observe and ask questions of the two mural artists who will be painting new murals.  The…

BRENHAM CITY COUNCIL RECEIVES EMOTIONAL UPDATE ON VANDALISM AT MEMORIAL PLAZA

The President of the Washington County Veterans Association provided an emotional update Thursday on a recent act of vandalism at the Veterans Memorial at Fireman’s Park. Ben Seeker fought back…

17-YEAR RUN FROM THE LAW ENDS IN NAVASOTA

A Central Texas fugitive, who evaded authorities for over 17 years, has been captured in Navasota. 58-year old Victor Leon, who disappeared following his 2002 conviction for aggravated sexual assault…

BURLESON CO. NAMES STROUD INTERIM SHERIFF

Burleson County officials have named a former sheriff to take over the office on an interim basis. Former sheriff Dale Stroud, was selected Thursday by county commissioners, to serve the…

WASHINGTON CO. CHAMBER NOMINATES NEW BOARD MEMBERS

The Washington County Chamber of Commerce has nominated five candidates to serve a three-year term on the Chamber’s Board of Directors. This year’s nominees include: Susan Cates, Economic Development Director…

FISHER’S CITY MANAGER CONTRACT EXTENDED

The City of Brenham has extended the contract of City Manager James Fisher. Following executive session Thursday, the Brenham City Council moved unanimously to extend Fisher’s employment agreement with the…

BILL KENDALL REMOVED AS BRENHAM MUNICIPAL COURT JUDGE

The Brenham Municipal Court Judge has been removed from his position. After meeting in executive session Thursday, the Brenham City Council voted unanimously to remove presiding judge Bill Kendall, effective…