BREAKING NEWS: Davenport Files Mandamus, Seeks Emergency Stay of TOMA Trial

Beaumont, March 21, 2017 Political consultant Marc Davenport filed an emergency Application for Writ of Mandamus and request for stay of the Texas Open Meetings Trial in which he is one of the defendants along with County Judge Craig Doyal and Precinct Two County Commissioner Charlie Riley. The emergency request, which Davenport’s attorney Steve Jackson of […]

Montgomery County’s Trial of the 21st Century: The Open Meetings Trial, Basic Facts

Montgomery County’s Trial of the 21st Century: The Open Meetings Trial, Basic Facts

Image: Political consultant Marc Davenport is at the epicenter of Montgomery County’s Trial of the 21st Century. Conroe, March 8 – The Texas Open Meetings Act (“TOMA”) trial with County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, Precinct 4 County Commissioner Jim Clark, and political consultant Marc Davenport is set to begin March […]

Nation Celebrates Presidents Day Holiday

Conroe, February 20 – The United States of America celebrates Presidents Day, a national holiday, today. This nation has had some really great presidents: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, James Polk, Abraham Lincoln, and Ronald Reagan, to name a few. We’ve had some very entertaining presidents: Grover Cleveland, Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft. We’ve […]

Jackson, County Animal Shelter Stride Forward

Jackson, County Animal Shelter Stride Forward

  Conroe, February 1 – The Montgomery County Animal Shelter (MCAS), under the direction of new Director Charles Jackson who has been in the position only 51 days, is making great strides forward to become an animal-friendly and -caring facility, while welcoming the public, volunteers, fosters, rescue groups, and others whom MCAS had chased away […]