BREAKING NEWS! Special Guest Investigative Reporter Kelli Cook breaks through truth that City of Magnolia has shut down red light cameras!

By Kelli Cook, Special Guest Reporter to The Golden Hammer I am pleased to report Magnolia City Officials have admitted that they  have shut down their unconstitutional red light camera program. They are not informing people that unpaid tickets are NOT enforceable, so I will take this opportunity to let people know. If you receive a […]

Constable Jones’ team conducts “knock and talk investigation,” makes un-Pleasant Valley arrest

Magnolia Area, May 7 – On May 5, 2019, Deputies with the Montgomery County Precinct 5 Constables Department conducted a knock and talk investigation at a residence in Magnolia, Texas. Deputies were given information that narcotics were again being sold from a mobile home on Pleasant Valley Rd. Deputies arrived at the address on Pleasant Valley […]

Cities, Quadvest, other utilities lead fight for freedom, as Texas Supreme Court takes San Jacinto River Authority venue case

Cities, Quadvest, other utilities lead fight for freedom, as Texas Supreme Court takes San Jacinto River Authority venue case

Image: Quadvest President Simon Sequeira, most obviously the Bob Marley of Montgomery County’s fight for freedom from the San Jacinto River Authority’s monopolistic water prices as well as The Golden Hammer’s Power Top Ten #8 in 2018, has much reason to celebrate, as the Texas Supreme Court has agreed to hear the mandamus petition of […]

Precinct 5 Constable’s Office re-arrests Johnson days after his release from Montgomery County Jail

Magnolia, January 30 – On January 29, 2019, Deputies with the Montgomery County Precinct 5 Constable’s Department stopped a vehicle which Chad Johnson drove in Magnolia.  Mr. Johnson’s vehicle smelled strongly of Marijuana and he admitted to smoking Marijuana earlier in the evening at a friend’s house. When Deputies had Mr. Johnson step out of […]

Austin Court of Appeals rules part of SJRA’s lawsuit against Conroe, Magnolia, Splendora, others may proceed in Austin

Austin, September 4 – On Friday, August 31, 2018, the Austin Court of Appeals ruled that the cities of Conroe, Magnolia, and Splendora, as well as certain utility companies serving various customers in Montgomery County, must respond to the San Jacinto River Authority’s (SJRA) lawsuit seeking to justify higher water rates to support revenue bond […]

Doyal’s, Riley’s Decimation of Hope Highway back on Tuesday Commissioners Court agenda for special interest group show

Conroe, June 11 – After a bit of shuffling around within the agenda, Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal and Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley have placed an agenda item to “consider, discuss and take appropriate action on resolution in support of the Montgomery County portion of the 249 tollway.” In the original draft agenda, […]

Take that, Washington! Texas looks to nullify federal laws

Meredith Hoffman, Associated Press AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Republicans who control Congress and the White House have promised to slash the size of the federal government while easing regulations on guns, the environment and energy production. But in the nation’s largest conservative state of Texas, it may not be enough. A proposal in the GOP-led […]