Navasota Council Stands Against Restrictive Bill

Navasota is officially on the record, opposing a proposed state law that would keep Texas cities and towns from imposing stronger penalties than those implemented by the state. Prior to council’s unanimous vote Monday (02/23), City Manager Brad Stafford said State Senate Bill 343 is bad news both … [Read More...]

Male Gets The County’s Pick

Grimes County Precincts 3 and 4 have a new constable.  Out of three candidates interviewed by county commissioners Tuesday, Wesley Male officially took office Wednesday (02/25) after being chosen by the court for the appointment. Grimes County Judge Ben Leman tells Navasota News that after brief … [Read More...]

New Program To Help Raise Troubled Youth

If you’re a man who’s concerned about the direction our next generation of young men may be heading, you’re not alone. In fact, there’s a new mentoring program in Navasota that could really use your help. Local Pastor Jose Maldonado tells Navasota News, Navasota Boys to Men is still in its infancy and is looking for a … [Read More...]

Brush Pick Up Stalemate

Even after a series of public comments and debate last week, Navasota City Council couldn’t decide on the changes to local brush pick up; one of which involves tying up bundles with bio-degradable string, which Beverley Hadaway complained about on … [Read More...]

Do You Have Your Applicator License

With spring just weeks away, the Grimes County Agrilife Extension Service has scheduled a one-day class later this month for those who find themselves in need of a private applicator license. The Extension's Kim Hall tells Navasota News, even … [Read More...]