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  1. Soap your saddle and oil your spurs

    The 51st Annual Brown County Rodeo is just around the corner, with lots of exciting rodeo excitement, for 2014. 
  2. Brownwood council to see presentation on proposed water reuse plant

    Brownwood City Council members will see a power point presentation Tuesday on projected "costs and increases in water rates needed" if the city builds and operates a water reuse plant.
  3. Easter at Coggin Park

  4. Former Lion, TCU quarterback Pachall hoping to continue career in NFL

    Casey Pachall experienced his share of peaks and valleys during his time at TCU, but the former Brownwood Lion quarterback hopes to be able to write an additional chapter to his football story — one that features a happy ending.
  5. Easter Photo submissions 2014

    We asked our readers to submit Easter photos of your children for our Easter Sunday edition of the Bulletin. Here are the submissions that printed in our Sunday, April 20, 2014, Lifestyles section of the Brownwood Bulletin. Thank you for your participation we loved seeing everyones cuties celebrating Easter!
  6. Lions’ postseason fate to be decided Tuesday after 6-5 loss to Llano

    The Brownwood Lions were dealt their fourth District 8-3A baseball loss by two runs or less — and seventh defeat in nine district encounters — but their playoff hopes are still alive heading into Tuesday’s regular season finale.

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Motorist has Medical Emergency

Guardian EMS, Air Evac Lifeteam, Brownwood firefighters and Brownwood police responded to the 700 block of Carnegie Wednesday morning, where a motorist driving a pickup sto…

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  • Motorist has Medical Emergency

    Motorist has Medical Emergency

    Guardian EMS, Air Evac Lifeteam, Brownwood firefighters and Brownwood police responded to the 700 block of Carnegie Wednesday morning, where a motorist driving a pickup stopped with a medical emergency. The male motorist was at first placed in an ambulance, then flown by helicopter to a Fort Worth hospital. By Brittany Culverhouse- Brownwood Bulletin

  • Easter Community Activities

    Easter Community Activities

    Brownwood and Early started their Easter weekend activities this Saturday, April 12, beginning with Breakfast with the Easter Bunny fund-raiser for The ARK Shelter and an Easter Egg Hunt at Heartland Mall. MAK Images Photography set up at Riverside Park to take pictures of little ones dress in their best. Also the second annual Early Community Easter Egg Hunt "Easter Bunny Cares" was held by CARE Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. By Brittany Culverhouse- Brownwood Bulletin. @bwdbulletin

  • 7th Annual Spring Business Showcase

    7th Annual Spring Business Showcase

    The 2014 Spring Business Showcase went up, up and away this year with the theme of "Superhero's For Success." The showcase was held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, April 3, at the Brownwood Coliseum and each business was encouraged to decorate their displays with a superhero theme.The Showcase featured a variety of products, goods and services from businesses of all types. Fashion shows were also featured with local boutiques and department stores showing off their latest Spring fashions including Tiny Tot's Trunk, Maurice's, Dazzling Diva's and Dot's Closet Boutique. Video by Brittany Culverhouse- Brownwood Bulletin.

  • The Eighth Annual Canines, Cats and Cabernet

    The Eighth Annual Canines, Cats and Cabernet

    The Eighth Annual Canines, Cats, and Cabernet event was held at 6 p.m. Friday, March 21, 2014, at The Depot Cultural Center. This event, which happens every March, is the signature fundraiser for the Corinne T. Smith Animal Center."Thank goodness," said Day, "That a wonderful group of volunteers created this unique event. The event's sponsors actually pay for the cost of the event. That means that every penny spent on tickets, raffle tickets, or auction items goes directly to the care of our animals."Video by Brittany Culverhouse- Brownwood Bulletin

  • 50th Annual Lone Star Fair and Expo and Rattlesnake Round-Up

    50th Annual Lone Star Fair and Expo and Rattlesnake Round-Up

    50th Annual Lone Star Fair and Expo and Rattlesnake Round-Up held March 14-16, 2014, from 3-8 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, and from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, at the Brownwood Coliseum. Admission is $3 for adults and $2 for children. Attractions included Carnival Americana, Jackie Bibby- World Renowned Daredevil and Texas Snake Man, American Hoggers, Ripley's Believe It or Not, various vendors, Longest Snake Contest, Texas Honey Badger Live Music, and KBK Martial ARTs Team. Video by Brittany Culverhouse- Brownwood Bulletin.

  • 2014 Primary Election Night

    2014 Primary Election Night

    Interviews with local candidates after Primary Election final results were in. Featured interviews include Court at Law judge winner Sam Moss, re-elected Precinct 4 County Commissioner Larry Traweek, and re-elected Precinct 2 County Commissioner Joel Kelton. Video by Brittany Culverhouse- Brownwood Bulletin-news@brownwoodbulletin.com.

  • VIDEO: Lady Lions defeat Venus, 61-10

    VIDEO: Lady Lions defeat Venus, 61-10

    Brownwood girls basketball program wins fourth bi-district title in five years on Monday, Feb. 10, 2014 in Glen Rose.

  • Brownwood Area Bridal Fair 2014

    Brownwood Area Bridal Fair 2014

    Future brides had the chance to plan their complete wedding from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Brownwood Area Bridal Fair held at the Depot Civic and Cultural Center. Video includes two interviews with Brian Potter and Ben Cox. The bridal fair is sponsored by Green Acres -- IRent, the City of Brownwood and the Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce. Video by Brittany Culverhouse- Brownwood Bulletin

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