It’s Hammer Time at 12 noon: A discussion of “unhinged” playground physics applied to Conroe ISD’s crazed $676 million bond, then Woodlands Township candidate Andy Dubois

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Montgomery County, August 16 – “It’s Hammer Time,” the popular Facebook Live and YouTube show at MCP.TV airing at 12 noon today, Friday, August 16, 2019, will first include a discussion of “unhinged” playground physics applied, of course, to the Conroe Independent School District’s crazed $676 million bond set for a voter referendum on November 5, 2019. Then the show will markedly improve with guest Andy Dubois, Montgomery County Precinct Projects Manager, who is running for the Woodlands Township Board of Directors also on the November 5 ballot.

Callers will have the opportunity to speak directly with Dubois during the show by calling 832.990.9170 during the live presentation.

Montgomery County Precinct 3 Special Projects Manager Andy Dubois. 

Dubois, 49, was born in Austin but grew up in San Antonio where he graduated from Churchill High School in 1988. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism in 1993. Dubois’ first job after college was for the Brownsville Herald where he worked as a sports reporter, news editor, and sports editor from 1993 to 199.

Dubois remembers well when he moved to The Woodlands, April 7, 1999, the date of his daughter’s first birthday. Dubois began working for the Conroe Courier as a night editor and layout editor and worked there until February, 2000, when he left to go to work for Telxon, a hand-held computer company in The Woodlands. He returned to journalism after ten months as the City Editor for the Courier.

He became the Managing Editor and eventually the Editor of the Courier when Houston Community Newspapers bought the company and named Dubois Executive Editor over 24 newspapers in the area. When Hearst Corporation purchased HCN, Dubois continued to act as an executive editor and also acted as the Editor of The Courier and The Villager. Dubois left Hearst Corporation in May, 2018, to take a position working for Precinct 3 Montgomery County Commissioner James Noack.

The show will air from 12 noon to 1 p.m. today, Friday, August 9, and will continue with encore presentations throughout the weekend.

To watch the show, please go to MCP.TV on Facebook or YouTube. To call in with a question, please call 832.990.9170 during the live presentation.

MCP.TV is the brainchild and the network, which the brilliant Bill Brenza, its President and Executive Producer, created. “It’s Hammer Time” airs live every Friday at noon.



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