Spanish Club students rewarded for lending a helping hand

Spanish Club students rewarded for lending a helping hand

Waller High School Spanish Club students Edwin Cortez and Nayely Ortiz earned free laptops through...

Little Dresses for Africa

Little Dresses for Africa

The Advanced Technical Theatre students of Waller High School put their skills to good use...

If Mama isn’t happy... Mother Nature continues to wallop area

If Mama isn’t happy... Mother Nature continues to wallop area

A tree on Wilpitz and Stenzel lands in a neighbor’s yard after crushing the fence. Photo by Lillie...

8th Annual Brookshire Car Show

8th Annual Brookshire Car Show

By Lillie Ruby The rain drops had barely stopped then the tops dropped and old school cars rolled...


WCCC discusses motion filed by former judge

By Lillie Ruby

During the April 22 Commissioners Court meeting a Motion filed by former Judge Glenn Beckendorff was addressed by Waller County District Attorney Elton Mathis.

8th Annual Brookshire Car Show

By Lillie Ruby

The rain drops had barely stopped then the tops dropped and old school cars rolled up by the Brookshire Civic Center for the 8th Annual Brookshire Car Show. From trucks to spiritual,
the car show allows area residents to show off their pride and joy and win a trophy in the process.

Little Dresses for Africa

The Advanced Technical Theatre students of Waller High School put their skills to good use by sewing several dresses for orphans in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, located in Central Africa.

Spanish Club students rewarded for lending a helping hand

Waller High School Spanish Club students Edwin Cortez and Nayely Ortiz earned free laptops through Comp-U-Dopt’s Learn to Earn program. These two sophomores gave up three of their Saturdays to volunteer for 16 hours at computer adoption distribution sessions held for the Afterschool Centers for Education ACE families.

Royal ECC honors Earth Day

By Susan Hopkins

In honor of Earth Day, students in PK at Royal ECC have been studying about how to take care of their planet. The students have been learning abut the three R's, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. The students brought recycled products from home.

Boot Campaign Grants $100,000 to Lone Survivor Foundation

Houston, Tx. (April 27, 2015) – What began in 2009 with a patriotawakening among friends has now come full circle. The Boot Campaign presented Lone Survivor Foundation’s Chairman of the Board, Marcus Luttrell, Petty Officer, US Navy SEAL (retired), with a $100,000 grant to be used for Lone Survivor Foundation’s future Texas ranch therapeutic recovery
facility.