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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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By Steve Nash - Brownwood Bulletin | Mar 11, 2019

Brownwood economic development director Ray Tipton recalled driving from the downtown area into the City Hall parking lot and noting the ongoing construction projects — many of them the result of Building Improvement Incentive Program grants awarded by the Brownwood Municipal Development District.

“I passed by Jeff Tucker’s development and you see activity going on,” Tipton said. “We passed by the development where the Red Gap’s going to go. I see the new facade going up at the Spring Crest.

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By Ben Cox - Brownwood News | Feb 28, 2019

Dialysis patients now have a choice of treatment locations, thanks to a new clinic recently opened in Brownwood.

DaVita held their Grand Opening Open House on February 28th, at their new location on Crockett Drive.

Offering “Kidney Care that fits your lifestyle” DaVita has Kidney Smart classes that teach ways to “take control of your kidneys” via online as well as in-house instruction for patients.

Their staff will walk patients through the stages of dialysis treatment, up to preparing... Read More

By BMDD | Feb 26, 2019

The Brownwood Municipal Development District (BMDD) was one of the recipients of the annual Economic Excellence Recognition from the Texas Economic Development Council (TEDC) for 2018. The awards were presented at a breakfast held Thursday, February 21, 2019, at the TEDC’s Legislative Conference in Austin, Texas.

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By Brownwood Bulletin | Feb 13, 2019
Working together: Government and business leaders learn of potentially impactful legislation

AUSTIN— A contingent of two dozen Brown County citizens traveled to the state capitol to have their voices heard Tuesday as part of State Legislature Day.

The group of more than 24 Brown County residents representing local governments, business, media and ordinary citizens discussed how upcoming state policy changes effect them with members of TxDOT, state parks and wildlife, agriculture and elected officials... Read More

By Brownwood Bulletin | Feb 13, 2019

City of Brownwood Development Services Director Tim Murray proposed an ordinance to reclassify 96 blocks of downtown as a historic district in order to spur development and fill vacant buildings.

According to a chart provided by the city officials during Monday’s Brownwood City Council meeting, the plan proposed by Murray would encompass properties from Main to Carnegie Street and allow property owners to avoid costly renovations while also putting vacant buildings into action.

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