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PAWS program

Brownwood juvenile program teaches responsibility through foster dogs

The Ron Jackson State Juvenile Program in Brownwood has a program called Pairing Achievement with Service, also known as PAWS. 


City of Brownwood considers benefits of Willis Creek Project

A special city council meeting was held Tuesday morning with the main subject being the Willis Creek channelization. 


3 Brownwood men found guilty of organized crime

Three men were found guilty of engaging in multiple organized crimes in May of last year.

City of Brownwood talks about a study to help reduce flood areas

The city council is looking at a study that could determine wether channelizing Willis Creek will be beneficial. 

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3 men found guilty of organized criminal activity in Brownwood

Three men were found guilty of multiple crimes on Friday in the 35th District Court.


Residents speak about Willis Creek project in Brownwood

A special city council meeting was held Tuesday morning with the main subject being the Willis Creek channelization. 

Brownwood juvenile correction program allows youth to foster animals

PAWS selects from their youth to pair with an animal. The youth then foster the animal while learning responsibility and patience. 


Daniel Feemster

Daniel Feemster, the 32-year-old owner and operator of Cross Timbers Emergency Vehicles, was arrested during September 2014 on charges of theft by deception for more than $50,000 of equipment from Heart of Texas EMS of Early. Police say Feemster, of Stephenville, was arrested after deceiving the Brown County business. The equipment included two new vehicles for the ambulance service. 

Stephenville man accused of theft by deception from Heart of Texas EMS in Early

An ambulance service from Early intended to purchase new trucks and equipment but ended up being robbed of more than $50,000.

Experience Works: A program for older Americans to get back in workforce

Experience Works is a program that helps older Americans get back into the workforce.

Brownwood satirical news site gaining attention

The Brownwood Examiner is much like The Onion, a fake news source that posts satirical articles to make their viewers laugh. 

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