COUNTY OPENED, CLOSED ASBESTOS-LADEN DEMO SITE DAYS BEFORE ASBESTOS EXPOSURE

Conroe, January 17 – Montgomery County officials admitted that they opened and closed the asbestos-laden demolition site inside the Montgomery County Courthouse only days before another Building Maintenance Department crew opened the same wall, demolished it, and suffered exposure to asbestos. Building Maintenance Assistant Director Rob Wright confirmed to The Golden Hammer this morning that the […]

Montgomery County Food Bank Participates in 'Souper Bowl of Caring' – Patch.com

Patch.com Montgomery County Food Bank Participates in 'Souper Bowl of Caring'Patch.comAll donations received through participating Montgomery County grocers, as well as those received online, will support Montgomery County Food Bank to feed the estimated 85,000 food-insecure residents of Montgomery County. In addition to the in-person …and more » Source: County

BAGLEY: “AUSTIN KNOWN AS WEIRDEST, MOCO KNOWN AS MOST CORRUPT”

BAGLEY: “AUSTIN KNOWN AS WEIRDEST, MOCO KNOWN AS MOST CORRUPT”

Conroe, January 16, 8:01 p.m. – Bob Bagley, Montgomery County Hospital District Board member and candidate for County Commissioner, Precinct 4, told the Montgomery County Tea Party this evening that “Austin is known as the weirdest, but, sadly, Montgomery County is now known as the most corrupt in all of Texas.” Bagley described the reaction […]

WHAT OUR “DREAM” AS A SOCIETY MUST BE IN 2017

I was born in 1961 and grew up in Dallas during the 1960s. I saw race relations radically different from what we see today. The unity of human spirit that we have in our daily lives is far greater than it was 50 years ago. It’s a reflection of the maturity we have enjoyed as […]

WHY I SHOULD BE YOUR MONTGOMERY COUNTY ELECTED OFFICIAL

You should elect me as your Montgomery County elected official. I’m a big believer in the sacrifice of public service. One of the primary platform planks of my campaign is “I want to win.” I’m conservative. I’m pro-business. I’m a huge supporter of family values. Please vote for my platform and for me. I attend […]

TEXAS MONTHLY GETS ITS “BUM STEER” AWARD BACK

THE ONLY “BUM STEER” AWARD THE GOLDEN HAMMER WILL EVER GIVE: TEXAS MONTHLY GETS ITS AWARD BACK FOR MONTGOMERY COUNTY GOVERNMENT SPENDING EXPLOSION! Conroe, January 15 – The Golden Hammer announced that it was giving Texas Monthly magazine its “Bum Steer” Award right back. The Golden Hammer Publisher Eric Yollick explained, “In 2000, TM gave […]

ASBESTOS-GATE SCANDAL EXPOSED AT COUNTY COURTHOUSE

ASBESTOS-GATE SCANDAL EXPOSED AT COUNTY COURTHOUSE

Conroe, January 13, 2017 – A major scandal came to light on Friday, as some county officials attempted to downplay a giant asbestos containing materials (ACM) problem in the older original part of the Montgomery County Courthouse, located at 301 North Main Street in Conroe. The problems recently arose during a remodeling and attempted renovation […]

DOYAL’S TX-249 TOLLROAD DECIMATES COUNTY FUNDS

DOYAL’S TX-249 TOLLROAD DECIMATES COUNTY FUNDS

Magnolia, January 9 – Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal and County Commissioner Charlie Riley are leading the charge forward on a $100 million non-voter-approved road bond project that will cost Montgomery County taxpayers more than $100 million to construct a 3.6 mile tollroad extension of State Highway 249 at the far southwest edge of the […]

ANIMAL SHELTER, DIRECTOR JACKSON ACHIEVE 91.6% LIVE RELEASE IN FIRST MONTH!

ANIMAL SHELTER, DIRECTOR JACKSON ACHIEVE 91.6% LIVE RELEASE IN FIRST MONTH!

Conroe, January 13, 2017 – During the first month of Director Charles W. Jackson’s tenure, the live release rate of the Montgomery County Animal Shelter (MCAS) has soared to 91.6%, Jackson announced to the staff of The Golden Hammer in an exclusive story. MCAS maintains those statistics pursuant to the Asilomar Accords, which are criteria […]

NOVEMBER 2015 ROAD BOND PASSED BUT FAILED

Conroe, January 13 – In a December 28, 2016, press release, County Judge Craig Doyal bragged that one of “several successes for the county…in 2016” was “successfully passed a $280 million road bond election, and many projects are now underway.” Doyal revealed his confusion, because the $280 million road bond passed in 2015, not 2016. […]