Maria Muniz, a senior at ALPHA Academy, and Sarah Swift, a senior at Magnolia High School, were honored at the September Magnolia ISD School Board Meeting as the Students of the Month. Pictured left to right: School Board President Steve Crews, Principal Springer, Swift, Muniz, and Principal Frederick.

Celebrate Fall at the 38th Annual Sca...

Celebrate Fall at the 38th Annual Scarecrow Festival
Those 50 years of age and better can kick off holiday shopping with Harris County Precinct 4 during the 38th Annual Scarecrow Festival in Chappell Hill Saturday, Oct. 10 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Hosted by the Chappell Hill Historical Society, the festival presents more than 250 exhibitors offering unique items including art, handmade crafts, hom [...]

The Magnolia Rotary Club invited local police to join them for a meal at the Magnolia Education Support Center to be able to thank the local police for the work they do on our behalf. The club also invited Magnolia Chief of Police Terry Enloe to speak about local police officers and the difficulties they face in current times. Pictured from [...]

The Tomball Rotary Club welcomed its students of the month to its weekly luncheon. Tomball High School student Jake Quinn, who is in the top quarter of his class, plans to attend Texas A&M University. Catalina Martinez is in the top five of her class at Tomball High and plans to attend the University of Texas at Austin or Texas A&M U [...]

I’m Skeeter and I liked living at my foster mom’s house, but now I’m ready for my very own home and I can hardly wait!  I’m the cleverest and most outgoing of my siblings.  I tried to play with my foster mom’s cat and dog, but they’re old and just looked at me like I was crazy.  I settled for exploring and playing with other cat toys.  Playi [...]

Rep. Brady seeks Exceptional Young Pe...

Rep. Brady seeks Exceptional Young People to Serve America
The deadline is fast approaching for young men and women interested in securing a congressional nomination to a U.S. Military service academy. Applications are due to Congressman Brady’s office by Friday, October 2. “One of my most rewarding congressional duties is nominating future military leaders to study at America’s service academi [...]

The Greater Magnolia Chamber of Commerce welcomed Texans United For Freedom – TUFF with a Ribbon Cutting recently. TUFF is a nonprofit organization of Texans who share a passion for those who serve and protect the citizens of the United States Of America. Learn more about TUFF:

Sherine’s Stride now registering runn...

Sherine’s Stride now registering runners
The City of Tomball’s “Sherine’s Stride” 5K run and 1-mile family walk is returning on Saturday, October 10 at the historic downtown Depot. Sherine’s Stride was originally created in memory of Tomball Police dispatcher Sherine Amanollahi who died from breast cancer in 2012. Starting at the historic Depot on South Elm Street, Sherine’s Stride [...]

Sheriff Hickman to speak at First Fri...

Sheriff Hickman to speak at First Friday Luncheon
Harris County Sheriff Ron Hickman will speak at the Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce’s (GTACC) First Friday Luncheon on October 2. “Sheriff Hickman has served the Tomball area since the early ‘80s, when he was an officer with Harris County Precinct 4 Constable’s Office,” said GTACC President Bruce Hillegeist. “We are privileged that [...]

Formation of Keep Magnolia Beautiful

Formation of Keep Magnolia Beautiful
A group of volunteers working with the Board of Keep Montgomery County Beautiful is creating Keep Magnolia Beautiful to more fully engage the greater Magnolia community in litter prevention, recycling, beautification and other environmental projects. On Wednesday, September 30th at 7:00 pm the Boards of Keep Magnolia Beautiful and Keep Montgo [...]