Hi, I’m Snickers. The little tufts on the tips of my ears are the cutest things, right? You should come meet me. I raised six kittens and now I would love to have my own home and person to love me. It sometimes takes me a little bit to warm up to people, but listen, once that’s over with, you’ll see I’m a really nice cat. I’m pretty laid [...]
Hi, my name is John Olson. My family, which includes my 12 year old brother and my Mom and Dad, have ran into some financial issues. Those issues have caused us to have to be put into a hotel in Tomball. Thanks to TEAM in Tomball. They helped us for a week to stay there and gave us a little food.
I felt that I needed to thank ev [...]
Ben Lato, Senior I.T. Specialist for the City of Tomball, was named the City’s Employee of the Year at a recent employee function. According to those who nominated him for the honor, Lato was most deserving for reasons such as his professionalism, willingness to help others and continuing hard work on behalf of the City. Pictured: Tomball Ci [...]
Merry Christmas everyone. I’ve been asked by the AAR volunteers to tell you a bit about myself. First of all, I’m a gentle lady, not a puppy. Puppies can be quite a handful. Trust me. I had a litter of them myself. Children can also be quite rambunctious, so I prefer adults and quiet well-mannered older children. I’m [...]
Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce representative Leo Corley (left) and Timber Creek Elementary Principal Dr. Jo Ann Colson (right) congratulate Denise Cook for being selected as the Chamber of Commerce Teacher of the Month. Cook entered the education profession over 18 years ago. She joined Tomball ISD in 2012. Colson described Coo [...]
For two decades, Anthony Gullo, Sr. and his wife Dolly have delighted Magnolia residents of all ages with their Christmas light display. With more than a million lights, multiple Santa scenes and several American flags, the display in their yard on Old Hockley Road in Magnolia is gloriously festive and patriotic.
Photo by Cheryl Garcia
The Greater Magnolia Chamber of Commerce’s Teacher of the Quarter Award goes to Erin Paulk of Williams Elementary which was presented by Steve Hoffart from Magnolia Pharmacy. From left to right: Hoffart, Mr. Paulk, Erin Paulk, Assistant Principal Kelly Jones and Immediate Past Chair Gerry Luther.
The Greater Magnolia Chamber of Commerce’s Teacher of the Quarter Award goes to Brenda Pagel of Magnolia West High School which is presented by David & Alice Arevalo of Country Air. From left to right: Principal Bradley Schnautz, David Arevalo, Alice Arevalo, Teacher Brenda Pagel and Immediate Past Chair Gerry Luther.
Magnolia City Hall’s flower beds have been adopted by Girl Scout Troops 10514 and 10406 and will receive much needed loving care by the girls.
Last summer the troop decided they wanted to engage in a long term project that would make a difference in their community. They contacted the City of Magnolia about adopting the flower beds at [...]