Opinions & Letters To Editor
Scope of Practice Expansions Put Patients at Risk Several bills in the Texas Legislature aim to allow Non-Physicians to perform surgery
Does the SJRA have a conscience? As the entire world struggles with the most life changing event of our time, SJRA holds a meeting to determine how much they are going up on water rates.
The Woodlands Township held its first ever public meeting via videoconference at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 25, 2020. Part of the meeting had to do with the futur
The COVID-19 pandemic is the most critical event we have faced for many years. It will result in long-lasting damage to our local and state economy in its wake.
I have known and volunteered with Bruce C. Tough in several community capacities for over 15 years. I served with Bruce on the former Woodlands Community Association board
The Township Board is entering the final phase of its Incorporation Study before it calls an election in November 2020. But after two years and spending lots of money ($1.4 million) , a critical question is still left unanswered-Why?
Letter to the Editor from a local Boy Scout
The holiday season is in full swing, and Americans across the country are making plans to toast to another great year! Nothing says happy holidays like cracking open a few cold beers with your closest friends.
HB 3773, HB 3778 and SB 1888 will allow registered sex offenders to stay in our neighborhoods without notifying law enforcement or neighbors.
I love this dog so much and I really want him to have a good life.
Brown anoles are small lizards displacing our native green anoles. We hope to further document their existence in The Woodlands.
Chuck Meyer endorses Kristin Bays for the Montgomery County 410th judicial position.
An open letter to voters of Oak Ridge North from Mayor Jim Kuykendall...
Petition regarding status of the South Montgomery County Creekside YMCA.
I would like to thank all of the people who attended Commissioners Court this week to voice their comments and concerns about the Montgomery County Animal Shelter.
A message to voters of Oak Ridge North from Mayor Jim Kuykendall...
Human trafficking. The phrase ignites images of distant countries and foreign people in forced servitudes of various types.
I hate April 15th. It’s not just the hours of work my wife puts in gathering the documents for filing, it is knowing that America’s tax code just keeps getting worse each year.
This past weekend myself along with other candidates and supporters passed out flyers to the residents in Oak Ridge North.
The recent terrorist attack in Brussels is no less likely to occur than a terrorist attack here in the U.S.