Nadal overwhelms del Potro; faces Anderson in US Open final

NEW YORK (AP) — Rafael Nadal went into his U.S. Open semifinal against Juan Martin del Potro with a relatively simple game plan: Stay away from the big guy’s flat, fearsome forehand and instead go after his weaker backhand. Nadal tried that strategy just long enough to drop the opening set. Once he scrapped it […]

While 3 historical revolutions inspire, 7 amazing ladies lead an ideological revolution in Montgomery County

Montgomery County, August 15 – Enlightenment philosophers brought down the autocrats who ruled the American colonies, France, and Texas by instigating ideological revolutions. In our community, seven ladies work diligently and effectively to bring down the “establishment” forces who attempt to rule autocratically while using secrecy as the primary tool of dictatorship. How the Enlightenment […]

Veterans Pod opens in Montgomery County Jail today with 19 inmates

Veterans Pod opens in Montgomery County Jail today with 19 inmates

Image: Visiting dignitaries enjoy Sheriff Rand Henderson’s and Jail Administrator Captain Oliver Coward’s Open House, May 1, 2017 for the new Veterans Pod, which opens today in the Montgomery County Jail. The dignitaries included, from left to right, Ms. Natalie Laurent, Administrative Manager of the County Attorney’s Office (in red), County Attorney J.D. Lambright, longtime […]

Political leader Betty Anderson writes letter to Board of Pardons and Paroles asking for Heath’s release

Publisher’s Note: Longtime political leader and activist Betty Anderson shared her letter to the Board of Pardons and Paroles with The Golden Hammer, Montgomery County’s leading daily newspaper, this afternoon. Anderson has provided an excellent summary of the situation involving Montgomery County’s longtime resident Adrian Heath, who just transferred to the Texas Department of Criminal […]