This summer, Dr. Derek L. Smith, associate professor of chemistry at Howard Payne University, and Frank Ritter, 2017 HPU graduate and science teacher at Early Middle School, teamed up again to present a forensic science […]
Men and women approaching age 50 often shudder when their doctor informs them it’s almost time for a screening colonoscopy. But regular screening, beginning at age 50, is the key to preventing colorectal cancer, according […]
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar today announced his agency has received the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for its fiscal […]
An individual identifying himself as James Marshall with the sheriff’s office is calling local citizens and stating a warrant has been issued for failure to report for jury duty. Marshall instructs the person to purchase […]
Precinct 1 Brown County Commissioner Gary Worley has released a statement concerning wind turbines in Brown County. In the statement, he says, “It is my understanding that the process of leasing property for wind turbines […]
Commissioner of Education Mike Morath today announced that applications for the 2019–2021 Grow Your Own: Teachers, Cycle 2 grant program are now being accepted.
Local educational agencies including school districts and open-enrollment charter schools, as well […]
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is asking for the public’s help in solving the 1980 disappearance of Kristy Lynn Booth, and an increased reward of up to $6,000 is being offered for information […]
A Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Texas Ranger was selected to receive the Melvin Martin First Responder of the Year award. Texas Ranger Scott Stevenson, of Lubbock, accepted the award Wednesday, Sept. 12, by […]
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce will hold their monthly luncheon this Friday, September 21 featuring Brett McKibben, Chief Appraiser for the Brown County Appraisal District. The luncheon will be held at the Brownwood Country […]
Howard Payne University recently began its fall 2018 semester with several changes to its faculty in regard to new hires, promotions and transitions.
Rachel Derrington was employed as assistant professor of social work and director of […]
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) invites the public to attend DPS Museum Day on Sunday, Sept. 23, as part of Austin Museum Day, which features free exhibits and interactive activities at participating Austin-area […]
Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush released the following statement after signing the Executive Committee resolution to finalize the Alamo Plan, calling upon San Antonio Mayor Nirenberg to add his signature to the final document.
Members of the Brownwood Police Department and Brown County Sheriff’s Office SWAT Teams executed a narcotic search and arrest warrant in the 1700 block of Main Blvd Thursday morning. The search warrant was the result […]
One of the non-profits who will be taking part in the Early Texas Showcase this year will be the Early Elementary PTC. On September 15, the group will be selling tickets for a 50/50 raffle, […]
The opening of Hobby Lobby helped Early experience a huge jump in sales tax allocations distributed by Texas Comptroller Glen Hegar. September allocations are a reflection of July sales. For the month of September, Early […]
Howard Payne University will host Encounter Week fall revival services next Monday, September 17, through Wednesday, September 19. This year’s guest speaker is Saleim Kahleh and worship will be led by the Clayton Tyner Band.
Today Land Commissioner George P. Bush urged Texans to take heed of severe weather warnings, know their risk and be prepared. The Texas General Land Office (GLO) is continuing to monitor several potential weather formations […]
The Brown County Fair Association is seeking young ladies to compete for the honor to become Miss Brown County Fair Association 2019. The informational meeting will be held October 4th, the mandatory sign up night […]