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Woman Arrested on Charges for Drugs, Fraudulent Use of Credit Card, More

EARLY – According to the City of Early Police Department: On Friday, June 24, at approximately 3:30 pm, officers made a traffic stop in the 100 block of East Industrial due to expired registration, defective brake lights and an altered license plate. Officers made contact with Brianna Joyce Yoder about the violations and subsequently arrested Yoder for the violation of fictitious license plate. During the inventory of the vehicle, multiple credit cards were located that were not in Yoder’s name, but to three other individuals. Drug paraphernalia and a white-powder substance, that field tested positive for methamphetamines, was also located in the vehicle. Yoder was taken to the Brown County Jail and charged with Fictitious License Plate, Possession of Controlled Substance and Fraudulent Use and Possession of Credit Card Information.
EARLY, TX
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Woman Arrested for Fictitious License Plate, Faces Other Charges

EARLY – According to the City of Early Police Department: On Friday, June 24, at approximately 3:30 pm, officers made a traffic stop in the 100 block of East Industrial due to expired registration, defective brake lights and an altered license plate. Officers made contact with Brianna Joyce Yoder about the violations and subsequently arrested Yoder for the violation of fictitious license plate. During the inventory of the vehicle, multiple credit cards were located that were not in Yoder’s name, but to three other individuals. Drug paraphernalia and a white-powder substance, that field tested positive for methamphetamines, was also located in the vehicle. Yoder was taken to the Brown County Jail and charged with Fictitious License Plate, Possession of Controlled Substance and Fraudulent Use and Possession of Credit Card Information.
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Sarah “Linda” Symes

Sarah “Linda” Symes was called home on Saturday June 11, 2022 to be with her Lord and Savior. Linda couldn’t stand the way her relatives would pronounce her first name so she preferred to be called by her middle name from an early age. She was born on October 9th, 1946 at Providence Hospital in Mobile Alabama to Isaac Reginald Hines and Leslie Viola Grant Hines. After graduation she went on to college at Auburn University and earned her Bachelor’s degree in Home Economics in 1969. She loved watching Auburn football play each year.
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Novice Fireworks Fest Friday and Saturday

Novice is holding a weekend of fun beginning on Friday night, July 1st. There will be the annual Cook Off, Car Show, Live Music, Margarita Contest, Vendors, Parade, Food, Kids Activities, the Gala and Fireworks. Please see all attachments and photos for more information.
NOVICE, TX
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Shaw’s Backyard to Open Saturday

Shaw’s Marketplace, in downtown Brownwood, has announced through their social media that Shaw’s Backyard will officially open this Saturday, June 25th. They invite everyone to come stroll around The Brownwood Artisan Market, grab some coffee or lunch and enjoy being outside with friends and family. They have multiple lounge areas, yard games and misters to keep you cool on these hot summer afternoons. Shaw’s Backyard will be open during Shaw’s Marketplace hours with the exception of special events. The location is 508 North Center Avenue.
BROWNWOOD, TX
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June is National Dairy Month

Cool off with a bowl of ice cream. Delight in a glass of milk. Savor the yogurt. While you’re tantalizing your taste buds with your chosen treat, glance over these Dairy Month facts that can’t be beat. *Love ice cream? It takes about 12 pounds of milk (about...
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Brownwood Culinary Arts Students Pick Up Professional Insights from Local Restaurant Chefs

“Cooking is like painting or writing a song. Just as there are only so many notes or colors, there are only so many flavors—it’s how you combine them that sets you apart” (Wolfgang Puck). Brownwood High School (BHS) Culinary Arts and Advanced Culinary Arts students attended a field trip visiting The Hideout Golf & Resort and The Turtle Restaurant. Students in tenth through twelfth grade enjoyed a day with tactile field immersion in the culinary industry. “Students were able to have a ‘hands-on’ experience rather than just learning about commercial kitchens and chefs from books or videos,” said Elizabeth Ripley, the Culinary Arts teacher at the time. “They were able to converse with chefs and see the workplace as well as be exposed to an environment they might not be familiar with.” The Culinary Arts students have spent many hours studying the textbook and classroom aspects of the industry, working since the beginning of the year to raise funds and take a trip to a ‘sit-down’ restaurant with table service. “Many of my students have eaten fast-food, but not many of them have had a casual dining experience with table service,” Ripley said. “Chef Kevin at The Hideout gave the students a tour of the commercial kitchen, the garden, and answered their questions. Chef Kevin picked herbs and told students what they were and let them touch, smell, and even taste some of them. It was beneficial for the students to see the farm-to-table in action. After the tour, students were able to order off of the menu and have a casual dining experience—something many of us take for granted.”
BROWNWOOD, TX
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Local Chefs Bring Expertise to Brownwood High Culinary Students

“Cooking is like painting or writing a song. Just as there are only so many notes or colors, there are only so many flavors—it’s how you combine them that sets you apart” (Wolfgang Puck). Brownwood High School (BHS) Culinary Arts and Advanced Culinary Arts students attended a...
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May Community Center Garage Sale June 17-18

The May Community Center, May, Texas will have a HUGE inside 2 day GARAGE SALE on Friday, June 17 and Saturday, June 18. The sale will be from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. each day. There will be a great variety of items donated by many families at great prices and something for everyone. All proceeds benefit the upkeep of the May Community Center. There will be several more sales in and near May. Maps showing locations of the sales will be available.
MAY, TX
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Common Grounds announces June 13 opening date

The Common Grounds Coffeehouse Facebook page on Wednesday announced the official opening date at its new location at 809 Main Street in Brownwood, site of the former Brownwood Central Fire Station. Monday, June 13 marks the first day of business, and initial hours will be from 6:30 a.m. to 2:30...
BROWNWOOD, TX
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‘A Taste of China’ to open in former Gomez’s location

Never miss a thing: join our email list and receive news like this directly to your inbox! Click here to join. The former Gomez’s Mexican Restaurant, located at 716 West Commerce in Brownwood, will soon have a new tenant. ‘A Taste of China,’ a full Chinese buffet, is hoping...
BROWNWOOD, TX
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Fishing report

GOOD. Water slightly stained; 75-78 degrees; 3.56 feet low. Bass are good to 6 pounds on crankbaits and shaky heads feeding on perch beds along rocky shorelines. Most are in a summer pattern. Crappie are fair to one pound on minnows from 10-15 feet of water in brush piles and around lighted docks. White bass are excellent to 1.25 pounds trolling with small swimbaits or crankbaits. Catfish are slow on cut bait, liver and perch.
BROWNWOOD, TX
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Lemonade Day Brownwood is coming August 13th

The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce is bringing Lemonade day, a youth entrepreneurship, educational program to Brown County this year. The Chamber believes this program and experience will inspire and equip our city’s next generation of entrepreneurs and business leaders! Lemonade Day is an experiential, educational program for elementary and middle school age children that teaches them the process of starting and then running their very own business… a lemonade stand. On Brownwood Lemonade Day, children will be able to set up their lemonade stand businesses throughout the city.
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