By Lillie Ruby
Pattison City Council was a muddle of mis-actions Monday. Alderman Joe Garcia once again voted against paying park maintenance invoices to re-emphasize that the city still has not resolved issues he raised about the park. Months ago, Alderman Garcia asked that title to the city’s park be established after doubt was expressed about actual ownership of the city’s only park. Although Alderman Bell stated seceral months ago that he had a copy of the property deed and would do a title search. Apparently that action still has not been taken.
By Lillie Ruby
Jayne Pace is one of the many women who served during World War II to protect our country. While most of them were working in ammunition, or airplane factories and other military support industries, Jayne was wheeling through the skies, buzzing and bombing German submarines (Uboats), while serving in the Civil Air Patrol.
Waller ISD Public Information The Waller High School Varsity Bulldogs rushed for a combined 600 yards and scored 10 touchdowns in a high scoring game on Friday, October 17 against the Tomball High School Cougars. The Bulldogs defeated the Cougars in the game, 73 to 36 at Waller ISD Stadium.
By Laurie Bettis
The Hempstead Bobcat Marching Band earned a Division I and took First Place at the 40th Annual Buccaneer Marching Band Festival at Brenham High School on Saturday, October 4. Maribel Garfias earned the Best Drum Major Award and Chad Childress earned the Best Soloist Award.
Waller ISD Public Information Several local fire departments visited many of the Waller ISD Elementary schools throughout the week of October 6 – 10 to inform students about fire safety. The Tri-County Fire Department visited Fields Store Elementary on October 9 to refresh student’s memories on what to do in case they are ever involved in a fire. The chief of the Tri-County Fire Department told students that families should designate a location to meet up outside of their house if there is ever a fire.
By Chief Deputy Craig T. Davis Waller County Sheriff’s Department This past week, three members of the Waller County Sheriff's Offi ce Mounted Patrol Division attended the 30th Annual National Mounted Police Colloquium held at Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky.