A Second Pleads Guilty in Iola VFD Theft

The second of three Iola residents charged with stealing from the Iola Volunteer Fire Department has pled guilty. Wanda Sword, was placed on 10 years deferred probation and ordered to pay restitution of which $5000 was paid up front. Grimes county D.A. Tuck McLane tells Navasota News, Samantha … [Read More...]

Two are Behind Bars After Three Day Crime Spree

A 23-year-old Navasota man is behind bars today, after pleading guilty to his part in a three-day crime spree in College Station last July, involving three separate incidents of robbery. After robbing a convenience store and a home invasion, Brazos County Assistant D.A.’s John Brick and Clay … [Read More...]

Lanterns, Legends, and Graveyards

With Halloween next week, the Navasota Theatre Alliance is once again taking to the local graveyard later this week, in the second annual Lanterns and Legends. Alliance’s Earline Rainy tells Navasota News, this year’s theme is the brave and the grave, portraying people who have lead and sometimes died in the service of … [Read More...]

Big Numbers at Opening Weekend for Ren Fest

A record opening weekend crowd disregarded the weather that rolled across the Brazos Valley, giving the folks at the Texas Renaissance Festival something unexpected to smile about. Around 50,000 people came out along with the rain beating out the … [Read More...]