The Golden Hammer endorses State Representative Will Metcalf for re-election

Eric Yollick, The Golden Hammer The Golden Hammer, Montgomery County’s leading daily newspaper, endorses State Representative Will Metcalf for re-election to the Texas House of Representatives representing District 16 which covers the northern part of Montgomery County from the northwest corner to a large section of East Montgomery County. Metcalf is an extraordinarily responsive state legislator. […]

Breaking News: Texas Right to Life endorses Keough, other Montgomery County races

BREAKING NEWS! Austin, December 28 – Texas Right to Life, the oldest, largest and only statewide Pro-Life organization in Texas, has announced its endorsements in Montgomery County’s local races. The Pro-Life organization made the following endorsements in contested Montgomery County races: Montgomery County Judge: Mark Keough. Montgomery County Treasurer: Melanie Pryor Bush. State Representative, District […]

County Judge candidate Keough electrifies packed restaurant at campaign kickoff

Conroe and The Woodlands, October 4 – After State Representative Will Metcalf (R-Conroe) introduced his fellow State Representative Mark Keough (R-The Woodlands) to kick off Keough’s campaign for Montgomery County Judge in the March 6, 2018, Republican Primary Election, Keough delivered an electrifying speech to the cheering crowd of real voters, elected officials, political candidates, […]

Redux: Conroe City Councilman Duane Ham: “The Davenports’ Threats Against County Judge Craig Doyal Are An Insult To The Law Enforcement Community And The Citizens” (The Davenports, Part 1)

Redux: Conroe City Councilman Duane Ham: “The Davenports’ Threats Against County Judge Craig Doyal Are An Insult To The Law Enforcement Community And The Citizens” (The Davenports, Part 1)

Image: Conroe City Councilman Duane Ham, May 30, 2017. PUBLISHER’S NOTE: This story is the second part of our “redux” series running on Monday, August 28, 2017. The story, which we published on May 31, 2017, is the fourth most popular story in the history of this newspaper and began the celebrated series exposing the […]

Conroe City Councilman Duane Ham: “The Davenports’ threats against County Judge Craig Doyal are an insult to the law enforcement community and the citizens” (The Davenports, Part 1)

Conroe City Councilman Duane Ham: “The Davenports’ threats against County Judge Craig Doyal are an insult to the law enforcement community and the citizens” (The Davenports, Part 1)

Image: Conroe City Councilman Duane Ham, May 30, 2017. PUBLISHER’S NOTE: THIS STORY CONTAINS SOME UGLY PROFANITY IN IT. PARENTS SHOULD TAKE CARE TO READ THIS STORY ALONG WITH THEIR CHILDREN, AS SOME PARTS OF THE LANGUAGE ARE UNSUITABLE FOR MINORS. Conroe, May 31 – In a series of threats against his and his wife’s […]

EXTRA! EXTRA! BREAKING NEWS! Representative Metcalf issues response to article about his home appraisal!

Conroe and Montgomery, May 28 – State Representative Will Metcalf (R-Conroe) issued a statement in response to the article of The Golden Hammer, Montgomery County’s leading daily newspaper, this afternoon. The following is the statement in its entirety. Press Statement from Representative Will Metcalf, May 28, 2017, 1:45 p.m. “The Montgomery County Appraisal District assesses Rep. Will […]

Guest Editorial: Sage Bill O’Sullivan explains where veterans medical issues stand

I received a phone call yesterday from one of Will Metcalf’s Staffers advising me that the House Concurrent Resolution that Will submitted had passed both Houses unanimously. It advocated Veteran’s being able to be treated by any Facility or Doctor that would accept Veteran Level payments. It specifically supported John McCain’s Bill written for that […]

Creighton clarifies his precise goal for Jones Forest, provides update on 85th Texas Legislature

The Woodlands, April 3 – State Senator Brandon Creighton (R-The Woodlands) told The Golden Hammer Sunday afternoon, “My goal for the upcoming committee hearing on Senate Bill 1964 would be to restrict the entire forest to its current use, which is undeveloped, until the Texas A&M System talks about its preferences and has a conversation with […]