Royal SkillsUSA earns twenty four State Competition spots

Royal SkillsUSA earns twenty four State Competition spots

By Mildre Gonzalez   The Royal SkillsUSA competed Friday, February 6 and Saturday 7, at the...

Civil Case Agreement signed

Civil Case Agreement signed

By Lillie RubyStaff ReporterAfter an Executive Session that lasted about forty minutes February...

After 4 murders in 10 months, Prairie View Council holds law enforcement forum

After 4 murders in 10 months, Prairie View Council holds law enforcement forum

By Marie HerndonCity of Prairie View This historical February 17, 2015, law enforcement forum was...

Federal indictment for immigration fraud

Federal indictment for immigration fraud

On February 15, 2015, after a two year long joint investigation with the Department of Homeland...

Royal Early Childhood Center Students of the Month and N.E.A.T. winners

Royal Early Childhood Center Students of the Month and N.E.A.T. winners

Royal Early Childhood Center Students of the Month and N.E.A.T. winners


Federal indictment for immigration fraud

On February 15, 2015, after a two year long joint investigation with the Department of Homeland Security, Homeland Security Investigations, Waller County Criminal District Attorney’s Office, Waller County Sheriff’s Office, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Department of Public Safety, the Drug Enforcement Administration, and the Internal Revenue Service, Andrew Victor Woodcock was arrested on federal charges of Procuring Naturalization (Citizenship) by Fraud. Woodcock was indicted by a federal grand jury on February 3, 2015.

After 4 murders in 10 months, Prairie View Council holds law enforcement forum

By Marie Herndon
City of Prairie View

This historical February 17, 2015, law enforcement forum was planned and organized by David Allen and Prairie View City Council member, Marie Herndon because of safety concerns following the 4th murder in the past 10 months in the city of Prairie View. The Prairie View City CouncilChamber was filled to capacity with residents representing various areas of Waller County, and Prairie View University students.

Royal SkillsUSA earns twenty four State Competition spots

By Mildre Gonzalez

 

The Royal SkillsUSA competed Friday, February 6 and Saturday 7, at the District 9 Skills USA Competition at San Jacinto College in Pasadena,Texas. Royal came away with many medals and trophies! In all, a total of 24 Royal High School Career and Technical Education students have qualified for the State Competition in Corpus Christi, March 26-28.

First District game no stretch for Royal Falcon Soccer

With a painful grimace, Royal Falcon soccer players stretch each other out prior to their opening District game against Bellville.

Paso Fino horse breed

Paso Fino Horse Association – The Paso Fino’s journey to the Americas began more than 500 years ago with the importation of Andalusians, Spanish Barbs from North Africa, and smooth-gaited Spanish Jennets (now extinct) to the “New World” by Spanish Conquistadors. Bred for their stamina, smooth gait, and beauty, “Los Caballos de Paso Fino” – the horses with the fine walk – served as the foundation stock for remount stations of the Conquistadors. Centuries of selective breeding by those who colonized the Caribbean and Latin America produced variations of the “Caballo de Criollo,” among them the Paso Fino that flourished initially in Puerto Rico and Colombia, and later, in many other Latin American countries (primarily Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Aruba, and Venezuela).

Royal Early Childhood Center Students of the Month and N.E.A.T. winners

Royal Early Childhood Center Students of the Month and N.E.A.T. winners