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Examples of "brownwood"
The Brownwood Bulletin is a daily newspaper based in Brownwood, Texas, USA.
Brownwood attorney William Harding Mayes purchased the weeklies "Brownwood Bulletin" in the 1886 and "Brownwood Banner" in the 1887, consolidating them into the "Brownwood Banner-Bulletin". He and his brother H.F. Mayes started the daily "Brownwood Daily Bulletin" on October 15, 1900. He published the newspaper until 1914.
The Brownwood Independent School District is a public school district in Brownwood, Texas (USA). It was established in 1883.
The Lake Brownwood CDP is located in western Brown County at (31.823538, -99.094827), along the western arm of Lake Brownwood, a reservoir on Jim Ned Creek and Pecan Bayou. The CDP is northwest of Brownwood, the county seat.
On December 23, 2005, the station was sold to Living Word Church Of Brownwood and on March 27, 2008, the station was sold to BLM of Brownwood.
KQBZ (96.9 FM) is a radio station licensed to Brownwood, Texas, United States, and serving the Brownwood area. The station is currently owned by Tackett-Boazman Broadcasting Lp.
Now Elkins has retired and moved back to his hometown of Brownwood, where he lives in a little bungalow on a hilltop overlooking Lake Brownwood.
3rd Battalion, 112th Armor Regiment Brownwood, Texas
The United States Postal Service operates the Brownwood Post Office.
The Pecan Bayou is a major tributary of the Colorado River. Due to the damming of the area to form Lake Brownwood, the Pecan Bayou has a shallow depth and little flow downstream from Brownwood. During heavy rains, the bayou often floods. It runs northwest to southeast and serves as a boundary between the cities of Brownwood and Early.
The Brownwood Lions compete in the following sports:
State Highway 279 or SH 279 is a Texas state highway that runs from Cross Plains south to Brownwood. The route was designated in 1938 from Brownwood north to the Lake Brownwood state park, and was extended north to Cross Plains in 1945.
2nd Regiment (Austin Greys) Temple, Brownwood, Clifton, Killeen, Waco, Austin
Brownwood High School is a public high school located in Brownwood, Texas (US). It is part of the Brownwood Independent School District located in central Brown County and classified as a 4A school by the UIL. In 2015, the school was rated "Met Standard" by the Texas Education Agency.
KXYL (1240 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a News-Talk format. Licensed to Brownwood, Texas, United States, the station serves the Brownwood area. The station is currently owned by Tackett-Boazman.
FM 2126 starts south of Brownwood where FM 45 turns south toward Richland Springs and continues northeast on the outskirts of Brownwood to its terminus just south of Early.
KBWD (1380 AM, "Magic 1380") is a radio station licensed to serve Brownwood, Texas, United States. KBWD was launched in 1941 as the first radio station in Brownwood. The station is currently owned by the Brown County Broadcasting Company.
Brownwood Coliseum is a 4,000 seat multi-purpose arena in Brownwood, Texas, United States. Built in 1963, it is the home of the Howard Payne University Yellow Jackets basketball and volleyball teams.
KPSM is a radio station airing a Contemporary Christian music format licensed to Brownwood, Texas, broadcasting on 99.3 MHz FM. The station is owned by BLM of Brownwood, Inc.
KSNY AM/FM was sold to Bill Jamar of Brownwood, Texas in 1994. It was previously owned by Paula Gilbert (of Snyder, TX), Wendell Mayes Jr. (of Austin, TX)and Bill Jamar of Brownwood.