Conroe, August 16 – BREAKING NEWS! Carl White, President of the Montgomery County Chapter, Number 6304, of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), the nation’s oldest civil rights organization, called on “President Donald Trump to denounce this act [the Charlottesville violence] as an act of terrorism and condemn the repeated rhetoric […]
BREAKING NEWS! In stunning turn, County GOP Executive Committee overwhelmingly passes resolution in favor of toll road referendum before any new toll roads built!!!!!!!
Image: The County GOP Executive Committee voting overwhelmingly in favor of a resolution to require voter referendums before governments build toll roads. Paul Gebolys, Woodlands Precinct Chairman and the heroic leader of the fight, is the tall gentleman who stood in a beige shirt with dark suspenders. (Photo courtesy of anonymous precinct chair). Conroe, August […]
BREAKING NEWS! Conroe, August 14 – Tough-on-crime District Judge Lisa Michalk, of the 221st District Court, announced today that she will be run for re-election in 2018. She was first elected in 2010 and re-elected in 2014. “Justice Delayed is Justice Denied” says Judge Michalk, “This describes my philosophy. I believe everyone is due a fair […]
Bays to run for 284th District Court, emphasizes strong civil background, fiscal focus for District Judges
Conroe, August 12 – Kristin Bays has announced her candidacy for Judge of the 284th District Court. “I’m excited to be a part of this process, and to be the candidate who will give the people of this County a voice.” Bay explained, “The people spoke – they want specialized courts with specialized judges. The […]
Texas Secretary of State Makes Criminal Referral to Attorney General Concerning Montgomery County MUD Rent-A-Voter Scheme
Conroe and Austin, August 10 – Keith Ingram, the Director of Elections of the Texas Secretary of State, has made a criminal referral “in connection with the creation of Montgomery County Municipal District Number 148, Montgomery County Municipal District Number 130, and Montgomery County Municipal District Number 131” for which the complaints have alleged “that […]
With an inflatable Trump chicken taking roost outside White House, many Montgomery County residents are wondering whether a giant inflatable Godzilla should appear astride the Sadler Adminstration Building to protest County government spending
Image: This image from video, shows a inflatable chicken on the Ellipse, just south of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2017. The giant inflatable chicken bearing the unmistakable hairstyle of the commander in chief transfixed tourists and television cameras in the nation’s capital. (AP Photo) CONROE and WASHINGTON (The Golden Hammer, AP) — President […]
Conroe, August 9 – On August 8, 2017, Deputies with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a Burglary of a Building that had just occurred. A citizen advised that she arrived at her business located in the 21400 block of Karen Switch and observed a truck and trailer leaving the location […]
Breaking News! Ex-Comal County HR Director Grazioli reveals truth about Precinct 2 Commissioner candidate Gregory Parker!
Breaking News! New Braunfels, August 8 – Retired Comal County Human Resources Director Robert J. Grazioli, CMSgt (Ret. USAF), MHR, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, has revealed some truths about Precinct 2 County Commissioner candidate Gregory Parker who served as a Comal County Commissioner from 2005 to 2012. Grazioli saw the article about Parker in the August 8, […]
Flash flood watch in effect for Montgomery County through Wednesday morning, per National Weather Service
Conroe, August 8 – Darren Hess, Director of the Montgomery County Office of Emergency Management, issued the following statement this morning: “Overnight our area experienced excessive rainfall with some locations seeing over 2” of rain. Widespread across Montgomery County we saw an average of 1.5” of rain. We should begin to see the rain tapering […]
Conroe, August 7 – After an exhausting two weeks of outstanding detective work, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office has taken four individuals into custody for their role in the murders of Jaquise Williams and Akeem Russell, both of Tamina, on July 20, 2017. Detectives are still hunting for additional “persons of interest” and a late […]