Stephenville Announces Construction of Lake Flaccid

Stephenville, TX – Long known as the county without a lake, Erath County will soon have something to offer fishermen and boaters alike. City worker Miles Long shared details of the plan with the Brownwood Examiner Wednesday morning. “The City of Stephenville has issued bonds to build Lake Flaccid just north of the city.” The…

BISD Athletes Push for School Board, Superintendent Drug Tests and Weight Loss Counseling

Members of the newly formed Brownwood Athletes Against Drugged Authoritative School Supervisors (BAADASS) have stricken back against the newly passed initiative to drug test all Brownwood students in grades 7 through 12 who participate in extracurricular activities. Student athlete and six time defending Texas High School Ladies Bowling State Champion Belinda Rummage was voted president…

Clem’s Wagon Yard opens for business in Bangs

Special to the Brownwood Examiner Clem’s Wagon Yard opens for business in Bangs The City of Bangs announced today a new anchor business for its industrial park, Clem’s Wagon Yard. The new business will specialize in buggy and wagon repair. The yard will use such new technology as hammers with acrylic coating, which will lessen…

Bulletin introduces new “All Survey Saturday”!

After hearing multiple complaints about the frequency of Google Survey popups that must be completed to read content, GreatHouse Media LLC, publishers of the Brownwood Bulletin have announced a change to this long-standing and annoying policy. The Examiner has obtained Facebook metrics of the Bulletin, and the most commonly circulated articles involve people complaining about…

Coleman Short Sighted on Economic Development

Special to the Examiner Brownwood’s avid and semi-professional metal detectorist, Trebor Renrut, reports that he’s had yet another run-in with the authorities in Coleman who continue to dumbfound with their anti-economic growth policies. Trebor likes to detect city parks on occasion. About two years ago, he was detecting in the city park in Coleman. He…

2017 Media Reliabilty Survey rates KCNA #1

VS. The Examiner, along with French metrics group Le Pew, has conducted a media reliability survey. The results, while not 100% canvassed, show that the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) of North Korea is rated at 78% favorable, while the Brownwood Bulletin is rated at 28% favorable. What led to these results? Let’s read some…

Brownwood’s Highway Wall Keeps Walkers to a minimum

Special report filed to the Examiner by Tommy Bowden   The administrations of Brownwood and Early have agreed to extend their agreement to isolate North/South of Highways 67/84 from the onslaught of people walking in either direction The agreement continues a relationship to keep those terrible walkers from infiltrating from either direction. One of the mayors…

Brownwood ISD’s unique plans to pay for new scoreboard

After heated debate and public backlash, Brownwood ISD has announced that they still intend on spending half a million dollars on a new scoreboard, but the majority of costs will be recouped. How? Sources close to BISD tell us that a new vocational program will help. Students in 7th-12th grade metal shop will be ‘leased’…

Talpa man to introduce rattlesnake wine?

The Brownwood Examiner received a message from James O’Reilly in Talpa, which is in Coleman County. Mr. O’Reilly states that his wife’s husband told him that in China, snake wine is commonly used to increase one’s libido and the stronger the snake, the stronger the wine. He asked if we could get in touch with…

Severe Weather Awareness Week, day 2 (Severe Thunderstorms)

Severe thunderstorms are a way of life here in Texas, and yet far too often we underestimate the potential they have for damaging property and causing significant injuries or death. How are thunderstorms caused, and what’s the difference between a regular thunderstorm and a severe thunderstorm? The National Severe Storms Laboratory has an excellent website…