Sheriff Seeks Recovery of Stolen ATV with Buc-ee’s Sticker

Sheriff Rand Henderson’s Department seeks any information that may lead to the recovery of a stolen 2003 Yamaha 4×4 Grizzly ATV, taken from the bed of a Ford F350 truck between the hours of 7:00 p.m. on January 15, 2017, and 6:30 a.m., the next day, at the Montgomery Pines Apartments, 23461 US Highway 59, […]

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 […]

Super Bowl 51 Prediction

The statistical method suggests a close game. Super Bowls tend to be emotion festivals. I believe that a guy named Brady is on a mission. If Mr. Belichick keeps Brady focused, this game will not be quite as close as the numbers would prognosticate. ATLANTA                     […]

Community, GOP Support Highlight Treasurer Davenport’s Campaign Finance Report

Conroe, January 22 – Montgomery County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport’s January 13, 2017, semiannual campaign finance report displayed her commitment to support of community activities and the local Republican Party. The report, which Davenport filed with Elections Administrator Suzie Harvey, covers the period from July 1 to December 31, 2016. Davenport, who held a campaign fundraiser […]

Craig Doyal and the “Zungguzungguguzungguzeng” Method

Craig Doyal and the “Zungguzungguguzungguzeng” Method

Magnolia, January 22, 2017 – There’s an interesting contrast between the pro-reform citizens in Montgomery County, which group includes Commissioner James Noack, former State Representative Steve Toth, and Texas Patriots Tea Party PAC Treasurer Bill O’ Sullivan, among thousands of others, and the “establishment,” anti-reform supporters of County Judge Craig Doyal. The former pro-reform group […]

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

(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 […]

Newspaper Death Watch Marches On

  Conroe, January 21 – Traditional newspapers are dying for two primary reasons. First, many of the newspapers hide the truth and have taken on a liberal pro-government bias of which citizens are sick and tired. Second, the quality of the reporting and investigative journalism has deteriorated to terrible levels. Many newspapers now just report […]

Stats, Not Intangibles Rule in NFL Games (Outside Super Bowls)

January 21, Foxboro, Massachusetts – Statistics, rather than intangibles, tend to predict the outcome of NFL Playoff Games, outside of Super Bowls, where emotions often rule both the players and coaches. That principle is comparable to predictions of professional golf as well, even though it’s not a team sport. In examining the likely strongest players […]