Brownwood pilot Charles King took these photos Sunday afternoon of Lake Brownwood and its watershed. Dennis Spinks, general manager of the Brown County Water Improvement District, said the lake had come up 7.4 feet as of Monday afternoon and was still slowly rising. The lake was at 75.6 p…
Friends and family members turned out at the Brownwood airport around noon Thursday to greet Army Black Hawk helicopter pilot George Huseman as Huseman made the last flight of his 30-year Army career. Huseman, who is stationed at Fort Hood, has a home at Lake Brownwood with his wife, Regi…
Lake Patrol Chief Troy Henderson takes the Bulletin for a ride in a patrol boat on Lake Brownwood, which has gained 6.5 feet thanks to the recent rains. The lake is at 70 percent capacity and is at its highest level since September 2010.
This train derailed on Wednesday just before noon off Stephen F. Austin Drive in Brownwood.
World War II Navy veteran Ernie Andrus entered Brownwood on schedule Thursday morning as part of his coast-to-coast run. The 91-year-old Andrus, escorted by more than a dozen local runners as well as emergency vehicles, began his run about three miles west of Brownwood Thursday morning an…
The Brownwood Lions fell in the semi-finals to the Stephenville Yellowjackets in Saturday's 7-on-7 action in McGregor. See the full story in Sunday's edition of the Brownwood Bulletin.
Brown County Sheriff's deputies served a search and arrest warrant Friday morning at 1617 Lane in Brownwood. Deputies seized approximately 57 grams of methamphetamine and arrested John Michael Salazar, 49. On March 13, deputies raided the same home, seized 100 grams of methamphetamine and…
The Brown County Rebel Riders MC was joined by the Brownwood Iron Horse MC, the Survivors United MC Delta Chapter, and the Oil Patch Drifters RC, collecting and delivering toys to the children of Hope for Tomorrow, Saturday.
Oil Patch Drifters
Hope For Tomorrow
Photos taken by Tim Dees of Deesigns Photography, pilot Shane Kelton.
The Tuesday, May 12 meeting of the Brownwood City Council meeting was an active one as council members and city staff bid an affectionate and respectful farewell to venerable outgoing Ward 3 council member Carl McMillan, and welcomed Larry Mathis to the Ward 3 seat. In other matters, girl…
A small but reverent and prayerful group attended Thursday's observance of the National Day of Prayer outside Good Samaritan Ministries in Brownwood. Speaker Dallas Huston said his dream for the Day of Prayer observance is that Americans wake up as a country and are in prayer until going …
Members of the Brownwood Chapter of the Gypsy Motorcycle Club hosted a toy drive in the Firestone parking lot Saturday to benefit Toys for Kids. Club members sold brisket lunches and accepted donations of toys, with proceeds benefitting Toys for Kids. Members of the Abilene and Clyde club…
Lake Brownwood is seen in these photos taken from a Leak Surveys Inc. helicopter on a recent local flight.
Brownwood High seniors and juniors arrived Saturday night for their prom, which had the theme Escape to India.
For the second time in a week, Brownwood pilot Charles King overflew Lake Brownwood and portions of its watershed and took photos of a nearly full lake. King took these photos Saturday morning when the lake had risen to within 1.5 feet of spillway level.
A large turnout of guests including community members and dignitaries attended the dedication of the new Central Fire Station on a chilly and blustery Tuesday morning. The dedication included presentations by the Heart of Texas Honor Guard, bagpipers and drums and the presentation of a sc…
We asked our readers to send us their prom photos! Here is what we received.
Members of Bangs VFD, Texas DPS and Guardian EMS responded to a two vehicle accident in front of Giles Trade Lot on Highway 67. The driver of the white car was rear-ended by the driver of the black car. No serious injuries were reported.
Photos By Amanda Leija
Giles Trade Lot
Brown County Sheriff's Office
Ronnie McCune, 64, of Brownwood, was stung by bees multiple times when he disturbed a hive while mowing grass in the 500 block of Garmon in Early Thursday morning. McCune said he and his wife, Lynn, who was not stung, were doing some work for the property owners. Early firefighters, polic…
Brownwood City Council members unanimously approved a contract Tuesday morning that hires Emily Crawford as city manager. Crawford is pictured with her husband, Scotty, with city council members and with outgoing City Manager Bobby Rountree, who retires on June 23.
These pictures were taken by reader Latisha Williams at Bang's Memorial service. Williams and her family, her children are in some of the photos, visited three cemeteries on Memorial Day placing flags on graves. The one with the little girl her name is Fayth McCullough, the boy in the red…
Photos of the crime scene of a shooting at the Peach House RV Park on 7120 North Hwy. 183, where three fatalities were reported Sunday afternoon.
Woodland Heights celebrated Cinco de Mayo on May 3. They had several stations where students were allowed to experience the celebration first hand. Events included paper flowers, storybooks in Spanish, learning authentic dances and experienceing authentic Mexican food.
The Brownwood Middle School Lady Cub volleyball program held its Diggin' for a Cure 'Pink Out' games Thursday, with proceeds benefitting Debra Kirkland, a Brownwood alumnus and former Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent who was diagnosed with breast cancer 16 years ago. Kirklan…
June 22 at Brownwood High School
Vic Stacy visited sheriff's officials and showed them the LaRue OBR (Optimized Battle Rifle), often referred to as a "sniper rifle," Stacy received in Austin. Gov. Rick Perry presented the 7.62 mm rifle to Perry in recognition of Stacy's action at the July 29 triple-fatality shooting at a…
Dinosaur Valley State Park Ranger brings fossils to library summer reading program