Courier Blog Changes Headline After The Golden Hammer Hammers Them for More Defamation

Conroe, January 25 – The Courier blog changed the headline in a post this afternoon approximately 86 minutes after The Golden Hammer called out that online blog for printing a defamatory headline in which the blog claimed that a Conroe Independent School District had been arrested for methamphetamine sales or manufacture. Previously, at least one Board member […]

Marital biting leads off MCSO Arrests

The following reports come directly from a report of Lieutenant Scott Spencer, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office. District 1 On January 18, 2017, a District 1 Deputy was dispatched to a family violence call in the 9700 block of Deep Forest, Conroe. Upon arrival, the Deputy met with a male victim who had scratch marks and […]

Woodlands Marijuana Arrest on Flintridge Drive

The Woodlands, January 24 – A Montgomery County Sheriff’s Deputy arrested Willie Gibbs for alleged possession of 1.6 ounces of marijuana, packaged consistently with the manner in which someone might sell it, according to the Sheriff’s Department. The Deputy stopped Mr. Gibbs for speeding on Flintridge Drive and detected a strong odor of marijuana emanating […]

Courier Blog Posts More Garbage, Defames Conroe ISD

An article in today’s Courier blog concerning a lady arrested for selling methamphetamines incorrectly identified the lady as a “Conroe ISD teacher.” The lady is a former substitute teacher. The blog incorrectly reported the lady as though she is a current teacher of the school district. It’s defamatory. Obviously, the Courier blog failed to check and confirm […]

Commissioners Approve Limited Ethics Policy

Commissioners Approve Limited Ethics Policy

Conroe, January 24 – The Montgomery County Commissioners Court approved a limited Code of Ethics in a unanimous vote this morning. The Code was limited in two respects. First, it only meets the minimal requirements of the Texas Department of Transportation which has notified the County government that it must adopt those requirements by February […]

Sheriff Henderson Thanks Officers Judging SkillsUSA Competition

Sheriff Henderson Thanks Officers Judging SkillsUSA Competition

Conroe, January 21 – Sheriff Rand Henderson thanked and commended the Sheriff’s Department officers who judged the SkillsUSA law enforcement competition at Spring High School on Saturday, January 21, 2017. SkillsUSA is a partnership between students, teachers, and industry to ensure that the United States has a skilled workforce by providing educational programs, events and […]

Suspect Arrested After Northeast Conroe Shooting Sunday Night

On January 22, 2017, just before 10:00 pm, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department dispatched detectives to the Conroe Regional Hospital in reference to a shooting that occurred in the 11800 block of Megan Drive, Conroe, Texas 77303, northeast of downtown Conroe. Upon arrival at the Conroe Hospital, detectives from the Major Crimes Unit learned that […]

Assault on The Woodlands Bike Path

January 22, The Woodlands – The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office notified community residents that the Sheriff dispatched deputies to a residence near Sawdust Road and Sawmill Road in The Woodlands due to an assault. The victim was a 38 year old lady who advised that, while she walked her dog on the bike path on […]

Guest Editorial: “Lipstick on a Pig” with Rebuttal to Doyal, by Commissioner James Noack

Guest Editorial: “Lipstick on a Pig” with Rebuttal to Doyal, by Commissioner James Noack

(Commissioner Noack’s rebuttal comments to a recent editorial of County Judge Craig Doyal are in bold and all caps. The remainder of the editorial Noack had previously published.) Judge Doyal and Commissioner Riley are forceful and hubristic in their intent to destroy the community with the Woodlands Parkway extension. Judge Doyal has wasted your tax […]