Montgomery County Commissioner Metts, City of Shenandoah move forward with David Memorial Drive Extension, while Riley, HGAC fail to secure necessary funding

Montgomery County Commissioner Metts, City of Shenandoah move forward with David Memorial Drive Extension, while Riley, HGAC fail to secure necessary funding

Image: While the David Memorial Drive Extension is underway, thanks to the efforts of Shenandoah Mayor Ritch Wheeler, the Shenandoah City Council, and Precinct 4 Montgomery County Commissioner James Metts, the road project, which Wheeler and Metts both agree is important for mobility and for public safety, will now terminate at the northern edge of […]

Former Shenandoah Mayor Watts, City Council candidate Konzem to appear on “It’s Hammer Time” at noon

Montgomery County, March 22 – “It’s Hammer Time,” the popular Facebook Live and YouTube show at MCP.TV, will host former City of Shenandoah Mayor Garry Watts during the first half of the show and current City Council candidate Andrea Konzem during the second half with special Guest Interviewer Jon Bouche, the conservative hero and leader from […]

With the truth about their terrible financial present and past coming to the fore, Shenandoah Councilman Fletcher tries counter-punch

Conroe and Shenandoah, February 28 – Referring to himself as the royal “We,” Shenandoah City Councilman Ted Fletcher, with one current Federal Tax Lien upon him and his wife, and several bankruptcies, judgments, Federal Tax Liens, and State Tax Liens, in at least three different states across the United States, came before the Montgomery County […]

BREAKING NEWS: Shenandoah City Mayor Wheeler, Administrator Reyer threaten retaliation against City Council candidate Konzem’s daughter “if she wins”

BREAKING NEWS: Shenandoah City Mayor Wheeler, Administrator Reyer threaten retaliation against City Council candidate Konzem’s daughter “if she wins”

BREAKING NEWS! Shenandoah, February 19 – City of Shenandoah Mayor Ritch Wheeler and City Administrator Kathie Reyer have made clear that, in the event reform challenger Andrea Konzem, a 33-year resident of Shenandoah, defeats incumbent City Councilman Ted Fletcher, whom Konzem is challenging in the May 4, 2019, election, then Konzem’s daughter Steffani will lose […]

Shenandoah Police arrest four Home Depot thieves

Shenandoah, February 11 – On February 7, 2018, the Shenandoah Police were dispatched to a suspicious person call at the Home Depot. Officers were informed that two shoplifters, Michael Castro and Misty Skiles, were inside the Home Depot committing thefts. The suspects were confronted in the parking lot by Shenandoah officers as the couple was […]

Secret deliberations mar Montgomery County Commissioners Court, City of Shenandoah, San Jacinto River Authority meetings

Secret deliberations mar Montgomery County Commissioners Court, City of Shenandoah, San Jacinto River Authority meetings

Conroe and Shenandoah, November 21 – Corrupt local political boss Marc Davenport once said, “We need to get rid of the Texas Open Meetings Act so we can start to get business done.” Davenport’s comment is the antithesis of the law in Texas, which clearly provides in Section 551.001 of the Texas Government Code (the […]

Guest Editorial: Progress in the City of Shenandoah

RENEE GLAZER, Shenandoah Resident Lately there have been several articles written in local newspapers concerning the employees and current city council members for the city of Shenandoah. These articles appear to be driven by past elected officials and a few citizens who remain unreasonably bitter about the most recent Shenandoah city council election. Since their […]

BREAKING NEWS: All 3 insurgent candidates win in Shenandoah City Council election

Shenandoah, May 6 – In what is undoubted a sign that citizens throughout Montgomery County are sick and tired of the political “establishment” and its arrogant tax-and-spend ways, all three insurgent candidates challenging the political “establishment” in the City of Shenandoah won their elections today. The election is a major rebuff to the incumbent City […]

Shenandoah Councilman Houston admits contract violates “at will” employment requirement for city administrators

Shenandoah, April 13 – At the conclusion of a fiery meeting in front of a large crowd of angry Shenandoah citizens, the Shenandoah City Council voted 3 to 2 to give City Administrator Greg Smith an employment contract with a “golden parachute” of two-years severance pay if the City terminates his employment without cause. Two […]