Clifford July 28, 2014

Clifford July 28, 2014
If you don’t enjoy hunting stories then don’t read this story! My friend Ali is from another country. His ways and customs are different then mine but he and I have developed a similar interest in several areas. One of them is hunting. I took Ali to my ranch to hunt with me. The trip started out by him firing my gun into the air in the middle [...]

Clifford July 21, 2014

Clifford July 21, 2014
If you don’t enjoy hunting then don’t read this story! I have a number of friends from different parts of the world. When I moved my work out of Hufsmith and into the big city of Tomball I began to meet people that had not had the privilege of doing some of the things I had done and visa versa. Ali Abdullah W. is a friend I met about twenty y [...]

Health ministry seeks donations

Health ministry seeks donations
Dear Editor For 25 years, the staff at TOMAGWA Health-Care Ministries has faithfully ministered to the community in and around Tomball, Mag-nolia and Waller. Day in and day out, the main clinic and its satellites, in Magnolia and Waller, have provided quality health care, offered the hope of Jesus Christ, and restored dignity to area families [...]

Letty Roman, principal of Smith Elementary School in Magnolia ISD, is pictured above at Harvard University, where she is currently attending a leadership development program for educators. Roman’s trip was funded by Raise Your Hand Texas, an educational non-profit organization.

LSC-Tomball hosts workshop

LSC-Tomball hosts workshop
Lone Star College-Tomball Community Library will be hosting Workforce Solutions’ free seminar designed to help job-seekers make the best possible first impression in today’s competitive job market on July 23 from 1 to 3 p.m. “Interviewing” is a two-hour seminar on how to best present oneself to potential employers.  Dressing for success, gath [...]

Clifford July 14, 2014

Clifford July 14, 2014
Today is the day of lasts. By the time you have this article in hand my day will have been spent pushing, shoving, lifting and moving furniture from our existing home to our temporary quarters a couple of miles down the road and through all the process, I have been awash in memories. As I sit here today to begin the writing of this story I pl [...]

Clifford July 7, 2014

Clifford July 7, 2014
I remember a horrible memory lapse I had one day when I was a young man in Tomball High School. Even though I can remember the memory lapse, I cannot remember the exact details. I know I had the memory lapse but I don’t remember the details of the memory lapse. Go figure. All I know is that it went something like this. I was probably already [...]

LSC-Tomball performs Shrek

LSC-Tomball performs Shrek
From left: Travis Bryant, Tyler Galindo and Andi Dinehart rehearse a scene from LSC-Tomball’s production of  Shrek: The Musical. The Lone Star College-Tomball Theatre Department presents DreamWorks Theatricals’ “Shrek: The Musical.” Performances are scheduled for July 10 through July 13. Part romance, part twisted fairy tale, things ge [...]

Clifford June 30, 2014

Clifford June 30, 2014
From time to time I have people who have requested I re-run one of my stories. There are always different reasons. Some have said they have never seen a particular story that someone has told them about  and others just like to re-read some of my mishaps in life. There are a few who cut my stories from the paper and save them and others mail [...]

Tomball hosts school supply drive

Tomball hosts school supply drive
Each school year, many students are unable to purchase their necessary school supplies, leaving the responsibility to teachers. The City of Tomball, in cooperation with the Tomball Independent School District, is working to alleviate that problem by staging a citywide effort to collect the supplies needed to outfit students for the coming sch [...]