Jacob Lehrer is a graduate of Howard Payne University with a Bachelors in Legal Studies and Public Policy. Ever since graduating, Jacob has enjoyed the Brownwood Community, doing shows at the Lyric Theatre, and does much of his writing at Common Grounds.
Story by Jacob Lehrer Brownwood, Texas is a supportive city. As a hub for many local businesses, sometimes with the same services, there is an opportunity for owners to support each other and build solid relationships. Two
The law, HB20, was signed into law last September. It’s aim is to hold accountable social media companies, with at least 5 million users. HB20 states “A social media platform may not censor a user, a user
Addressing a San Antonio crowd on May 9th, for his campaign, Governor Greg Abbott proposed a state-wide voucher program if elected. “School vouchers are education tax dollars that are diverted from public schools to help subsidize the
The two candidates for Brown County Judge sat down with BrownwoodNews.com to answer questions ahead of the Tuesday, May 24 runoff election.
Small towns have had this stereotype that there is just not much to do. Aside from eating and going to Walmart, most entertainment had to be found outside Brownwood, Texas. Now, Downtown Brownwood has become its own
Throughout the Brownwood community, a variety of local businesses and chains have donated items to a silent auction and forum. The event has been creatively crafted and designed in a dual partnership of HPU students and Brown