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By Steve Nash - Brownwood Bulletin | May 5, 2018

“Hey, let’s go grab a bite to eat.”

“Where do you want to go?”

“Let’s just go downtown and we’ll figure it out.”

That’s an imaginary conversation envisioned by Eric Evans, managing director of the Lyric Theatre, when he described his goal for downtown Brownwood.

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Apr 25, 2018

  The Brownwood Municipal Development District has launched a complete redesign of their website.   The goal for the new website is to provide an easy to navigate, one stop location for our community, as well as potential industry and retail to explore the benefits of business in Brownwood, Texas.   

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Apr 4, 2018
  Brownwood Regional Medical Center’s Commitment to Brownwood & Brown County Area Continues as Top Priority in Serving Community with Quality Care

Brownwood, TX - Brownwood Regional Medical Center’s  (BRMC) 560+ staff members touched over 167,000 lives this past year that positively impacted the well-being of the Brownwood and Brown County area as we continue to fulfill our commitment to serve the healthcare needs of the area.  

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By Brownwood News | Apr 3, 2018

Braving the cold, several leaders in the Brownwood community gathered to attend a groundbreaking ceremony for Hendrick Health System’s new medical office building at 10 a.m. on January 18th. Hendrick Medical Plaza will be located adjacent to Hendrick Surgery Center.

Draco Miller, Brownwood Mayor Pro Tem, began the opening remarks for the ceremony.

“Ground breaking symbolizes growth and expansion for our city, which Hendrick’s Medical Center has done that and will hopefully continue to do that... Read More

By Brownwood News | Mar 21, 2018

Written by Ben Cox – A family business is back in full swing with third generation owners and a new focus. Ratliff Steel Company has been in Brownwood since the 1960’s, and new owners Si and Stehl Ratliff are dedicated to serving the area’s weekend projects as well as corporate needs.

Opened in an old WW2 tank repair shop in 1963, Jessie “Paw Paw” Ratliff started his business after working as a salesman for another steel company from Odessa. With a large number of orders coming from the Brownwood area,... Read More

Mar 20, 2018

An ambulance simulator for Texas State Technical College’s Brownwood campus, which will be bought with a $50,000 training grant from the Brownwood Municipal Development District, will be a major part of the projected growth of the college’s EMS program, TSTC provost Rick Denbow told Brownwood City Council members.

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Jan 30, 2018

Workforce Solutions of West Central Texas will host a Regional Job Fair on Wednesday, April 11, 2018 from 10:00am-3:00pm at the Abilene Convention Center (1100 N 6th Street, Abilene, TX 79601). Thanks to the financial support of our economic development partners in Abilene, Breckenridge, Brownwood, Cisco, Coleman, and Sweetwater attendance at this event is free and open to the public, while booth fees for exhibitors are incredibly low!

All employers and job seekers around the region are invited to... Read More

By Brownwood News | Jan 26, 2018

Press Release – The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce announced this week that registration for the 2018 Economic Summit is currently underway. The event will feature Texas State Demographer  Dr. Lloyd Potter as the keynote speaker.  The summit will be held on Tuesday, February 20th at Howard Payne University’s  Bullion Suites in the HPU Mabee Center from 8:00 AM to 11 AM.

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By Brownwood Bulletin | Dec 1, 2017

During Tuesday’s Brownwood City Council meeting, the city approved a $350,000 incentive for Hendrick Health System to construct a Medical Office Building next to the Hendrick Surgery Center. 

The Surgery Center, a 13,400 square-foot facility, opened earlier this year. Now Hendrick plans a 20,500 square-foot building with physician space, a lab draw station, radiology services and physical therapy services to accompany it. The project is projected at $11.6 million total. 

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