By Marilyn Stokes
The Waller County schools’ eighth grade students received a special gift of a U.S. Constitution on Constitution Day, September 17th, 2014. The Republican Women of Waller County give the U.S. Constitutions every year to encourage the students in their History classes.
By Joanna McCay CALH
Last year, Citizens Against the Landfill in Hempstead (CALH) produced a calendar for fundraising purposes called ‘Beautiful Waller County 2014’ and they plan a similar project for 2015.
By Nic Ciccone
Ford Motor Company is proud to announce the winners of the 2014 Built Ford Tough Texas High School Football Player of the Week trophy for week 3. These six Built Ford Tough gridiron heroes are honored for their performance on the field and their leadership off the field- and among these six standouts, for the second year in a row, is Hempstead High School’s Will
Smith. Each week of the regular high school football season will see a new winner in the sport’s six classifications, all with hopes of ultimately becoming the Built Ford Tough Texas High School Football Player of the Year.
By Laurie Bettis
The Hempstead Bobcats got the edge on an undefeated team from Concordia Lutheran Friday night taking a 42-41 win over the Crusaders in a game that found the team tied three times during the night and kept fans on the edge of their seats to the last minute.
Members of the Go Beyond Ministry load up their tools after a humid morning’s work at the Titus Community. Photo by Lillie Ruby.
(NAPS)—Perennial plants are a gardener’s dream: They add color to borders and beds, and are relatively easy to maintain. Perennials can also be used to add fragrance and texture to gardens, as well as attract beneficial wildlife such as butterflies and hummingbirds. Planting perennials in the fall is like making a longterm investment—one that pays dividends the next year.