Local Liquor Option passes in Tomball

Local Liquor Option passes in Tomball
Cisco’s Salsa Company owner, Laura Wilson (center)  celebrates with Tomball Mayor Gretchen Fagan (left) and Chamber of Commerce President Bruce Hillegeist (right)  after hearing the results of the liquor option ordinance which passed 497-106. Lexi Conner Contributing Writer Voters in the City of Tomball passed an ordinance for  “THE LEGAL SA [...]

LSC bond referendum approved

LSC bond referendum approved
Voters elected to approve the Lone Star College $485 million bond proposal. “We are extremely grateful that voters saw the need and chose to support the important work Lone Star College is doing,” said Stephen Head, LSC chancellor. “We are committed to providing affordable access to a quality education for all of our students,” said Head. “Th [...]

The Tomball Junior High 7th Grade A Team finished their season as undefeated District Champions.  Their final game was against Willow Wood Junior High on Monday, November 3 and the Tomball Cougars defeated them 8-7. Pictured above are the  7th Grade A Team and their coaches.

Tomball City Council maintains growth...

Tomball City Council maintains growth agenda
At the Tomball City Council meeting November 3, Mayor Gretchen Fagan proclaimed Saturday, November 8 as “Team Rachel Ann Can” Day, in honor of Rachel Ann Nutt, an 8-year-old Tomball student who participated in The Down Syndrome Association of Houston 14th Annual 5K Buddy Walk/Run. Cheryl Garcia Contributing Writer The Tomball City Council ap [...]

Tomball High School to present The Wi...

Tomball High School to present The Wizard of Oz
Tomball High School students (from left) Michael Murray, junior, Katie Pavlas, junior, and Brittany Matt, senior, donned costumes in preparation for The Wizard of Oz. There’s no place like The Tomball STAGE for the characters of Oz to be transported to the wondrous discoveries of the Emerald City. After a tornado sweeps Dorothy and her dog, [...]

Veterans Day celebrations honoring lo...

Veterans Day celebrations honoring local heroes
When we see men and women in uniform we may salute or shake their hand – an important gesture of respect, but these churches, businesses and organizations are offering up special celebrations for our veterans, along with some freebies. Salem Lutheran School presents its 13th Annual Veterans’ Day Salute on Tuesday, November 11 at Salem, [...]

Ren Fest to celebrate school days wit...

Ren Fest to celebrate school days with 50,000 students
Students  from more than 75 school districts including Tomball, Magnolia and even other states will participate in the 10th Annual School Days Event on Tuesday, Nov. 4 and Wednesday, Nov. 5. The Texas Renaissance Festival will welcome approximately 50,000 students, grades K-12, from more than 75 school districts in Houston, Tomball, Magnolia [...]

Bear Branch Sixth Grade campus students were in awe Wednesday morning as a helicopter from US Homeland Security circled around the campus and landed in a field behind the school. Special agents from Customs and Border Protection spoke to over 400 students about the dangers of drugs in honor of Red Ribbon Week. The focus of the presentation w [...]

LSC to host networking opportunities

LSC to host networking opportunities
Lone Star College will be hosting a Professional Careers and Administrative Services Career Fair. This event is free of charge, open to the public and takes place at LSC-CyFair Nov. 5, from 3:30-6:30 p.m. “Lone Star College students and anyone who is looking for work, or for a better opportunity, will be able to meet directly with companies w [...]

Rivals MWHS and MHS go head to head a...

Rivals MWHS and MHS go head to head at Bulldog Stadium
“One Town, Two Teams,” that is this year’s theme of the annual Magnolia football rivalry between Magnolia West and Magnolia High School. This year’s game on Friday, November 7 will have a special halftime performance by the United States Army Parachute Team, the Golden Knights. The Golden Knights are highly skilled pa [...]