Tomball VA Clinic celebrates annivers...

Tomball VA Clinic celebrates anniversary
The Tomball VA Outpatient Clinic Team poses for a picture at the one year celebration of the clinic. On October 14th the Tomball VA Outpatient Clinic celebrated their one year anniversary. Guests included Congressman Michael McCaul, Mayor Gretchen Fagan, State Representative Allen Fletcher, State Representative Debbie Riddle, Tomball City Co [...]

Tomball Regional Medical Center’s “50 and better” group, Senior Circle, recently jet-set to the Northeast on a trip titled, “Islands of New England.” The trip was filled with sight-seeing, new friends, lots of seafood and the highlight of the trip, whale watching. For more info about Senior Circle or future trips call 281-401-7739 or visit T [...]

Zoning on the minds of city council

Zoning on the minds of city council
Cheryl Garcia Contributing Writer The Tomball City Council discussed several zoning issues at its regular meeting on October 20. As the city grows, more residents are moving into the area at the same time as new businesses want to open their doors. In order to accommodate requests, the Council will review and sometimes modify existing zoning [...]

New radio station will broadcast near...

New radio station will broadcast near your backyard
The manager of the new “Backyard Radio” station in Magnolia, Tom Conley, spoke to the Magnolia Rotary Club about the new radio station to be located in Magnolia, at 103.5 on the FM band. Pictured from left to right are Cheryl and Tom Conley. Photo by Carl Gerhardt Cheryl Garcia Contributing Writer Magnolia has a new non-profit ra [...]

Lawndale Art Center in Houston select...

Lawndale Art Center in Houston selects students from MHS
Magnolia High School 2D Design Class has been accepted into the 27th Annual “Dia de los Muertos” exhibition held at the Lawndale Art Center with their entry pictured above. Students from The Magnolia High School 2D Design Class have been accepted into an installation of the 27th Annual “Día de los Muertos” exhibition at the Lawndale Art Cent [...]

Tomball will be pickin’ and partyin’ ...

Tomball will be pickin’ and partyin’ at Bluegrass Fest
There will be a Pickin’ Party at the Empty Glass Wine Bar in conjunction with the Bluegrass Festival October 25. The old Depot in downtown Tomball will ring with the sounds of banjos, dobros and fiddles as the City hosts the 3nd annual Tomball Bluegrass Festival on Saturday, October 25th. Coming from deep in the hills of North Georgia, The L [...]

Generation Texas week was held at W.C. Schultz Junior High School recently. The event encourages students across Texas to consider an educational path beyond high school graduation.  Educators and students were encouraged to wear college t-shirts to inspire those around them about higher education opportunities. Theme days were held througho [...]

THS Cougars to honor past football te...

THS Cougars to honor past football teams
The Tomball community is invited to honor the coaches and players of the 1984-1985 Tomball High School Cougar Football Teams on Oct. 24.  These teams will be recognized for the dedication, perseverance and team effort that led them to the state championship games both years.  Members of these state finalist teams will be recognized during a p [...]

RenFest breaks attendance record open...

RenFest breaks attendance record opening weekend
Despite forecasts for patchy rain over the weekend, Texas Renaissance Festival organizers report record breaking attendance numbers for Saturday and Sunday’s Oktoberfest opening weekend. The nation’s largest and most acclaimed renaissance festival celebrates 40 years of food, fun and magical weekends from October 11 through November 30, 2014, [...]

Busy meeting for the Magnolia City Co...

Busy meeting for the Magnolia City Council
Girl Scout Troop 10514 was honored for their hard work cleaning out city flower beds at the October 15 meeting of the Magnolia City Council.  The girls filled almost three dozen trash bags with debris as they worked to help beautify the city. Cheryl Garcia Contributing Writer The Magnolia City Council was busy with regular business at their [...]