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By BMDD | Nov 21, 2019


The Case for Shopping Local

November 30, 2019, brings us Small Business Saturday - the annual celebration of small businesses. And, with all the new businesses that Brownwood has welcomed this year, we couldn’t be more excited to celebrate shopping locally this year! 

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Oct 1, 2019

TNW Corporation (TNW), a privately held operator of short line railroads and transportation logistics services, opened their third transloading operation in Brownwood on the Texas Rock Crusher Railway (TXR) line. TNW Logistics in Brownwood services the Camp Bowie Industrial Park to transfer bulk materials – such as sand and grain, etc. - between railcars and trucks, providing customers not located directly on the railroad with the ability to reduce transportation costs. Features of the new logistics center... Read More

By BMDD | Sep 9, 2019

Over the past couple of years, the Brownwood Municipal Development District (BMDD) has been making a series of strategic efforts to revitalize our downtown area. Downtown is full of charming historic buildings that have sat vacant for years. Thanks to new business incentives, entrepreneurs are increasingly bringing their dreams and visions to life in these [slightly dusty]... Read More

By Steve Nash - Brownwood Bulletin | Sep 3, 2019

The former sporting goods store at Fisk and Baker in downtown Brownwood is increasingly taking on the identity of Teddy’s Brewhaus.

That’s what the business will be called when it opens as a brewery and restaurant owned by Jeff Tucker of May. Tucker at one time had hoped to have the business open in July, and later believed it would be August.

Tucker now believes it will be fully open in late September, and activity inside and outside the building suggests that the opening is surely not far off... Read More

By Brownwood MDD | Aug 6, 2019

Founded in 1889, Howard Payne University is a Christ-centered academic community dedicated to excellence by developing and equipping the whole person for intellectual inquiry, personal and professional integrity, and service to God and humanity. 

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By Brownwood Bulletin | May 28, 2019

Health care professionals and other community members gathered Friday for a ribbon cutting and open house signifying the opening of the Hendrick Medical Plaza, a 20,500-square-foot facility at 2371 Crockett Drive.

“This is a great day for Brownwood and the Hendrick Health System,” Hendrick president and chief executive officer Brad Holland said.

The building includes multiple primary care and specialty provider offices, as well as outpatient services for physical therapy, imaging and cardiac... Read More

By BMDD | May 10, 2019

During the first full week in May, communities nationwide unite around a common theme to showcase travel's contributions to the economy and American jobs.

This year, the travel industry is coming together to celebrate why "Travel Matters," spotlighting a different way travel matters each day to American jobs, economic growth and personal well-being. Established in 1983 by President Reagan, National Travel and Tourism Week (NTTW) is the annual salute to travel in America. 

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By Brownwood News | Apr 16, 2019

Leaders from Texas State Technical College, the Texas Workforce Commission and 3M Brownwood gathered Thursday to commemorate a $78,771 Skills Development Fund grant aimed at improving 35 workers’ skills at the 3M Brownwood facility.

The grant will provide customized training for 33 incumbent and two new 3M Brownwood employees that will take place at both TSTC in Brownwood and the 3M Brownwood plant. Employees will receive training in electrical safety and craft skills training.

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By BMDD | Mar 26, 2019

The Brownwood Municipal Development District (BMDD) has received a proposal, at the BMDD’s request, from Randy McCaslin to conduct a feasibility study for a potential renovation project on the old Brownwood Hotel.   

A developer has expressed interest in the property and this study is a needed next step in the process of working with this developer.  Staff has talked to the owner of the property who has also requested this study and has given consent to move forward.    

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By Jimmy Potts - Brownwood Bulletin | Mar 12, 2019

After his investors decided to close Hometown Market and sell the property, Cullen Sliger had to decide whether to retire or take a risk and resurrect Sliger’s Market, which had been a Brown County mainstay.

Saturday morning streams of customers with milled about the aisles of flowers, trees and other potted plants of Sliger’s Market, confirming Sliger’s commitment to returning a family tradition was not in vain.

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