Lake Conroe Swamps Lake Houston Again

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The SJRA held its second of three board meetings last night to consider public input on its temporary policy of lowering Lake Conroe seasonally . Once again, red-shirted protesters from Lake Conroe showed up in busloads. About 50 people from … Continued

Laukien’s Noisy Tenant

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Was Billionaire Businessman Driven from His Official Residence by his own Noisy Tenant? Dirk Laukien is  Noise Complainant Groups Closest Neighbor Villager Editor Jeff Forward reported that “more than a dozen” Woodlands residents voiced complaints with The Woodlands Township Development … Continued

If Baghdad Wants Us Out, Let’s Go!

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Perhaps, rather than sending troops into Iraq and Kuwait to defend U.S. troops already there, we should accede to the local nationalist demands, start bringing our troops home, and let Iranians, Iraqis, Libyans, Syrians, Yemenis and Afghans settle their quarrels. … Continued

Wright Candidate for local Court of Appeal

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January 7, 2020 NEWS FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE……………….             Conroe Attorney, Jay Wright, who has done more than 117 appellate cases and practiced civil and criminal law for more than 34 years, has announced his candidacy for Chief Justice of … Continued