By Elvis McNeal
The Brookshire Progressive Hoops Jr. High AAU team won the Tomball Alodia tournament with outstanding play from all players. Coach Buck, Coach McNeal, and Coach Giles agree that the bench played a critical role in the tournament wins.
The Times Tribune has been named as one of the top newspapers within the Texas Press Association membership for Editorials and Advertising. The winning editorials, “Why should Waller County be part of the food chain?” and “Will Waller County roads become bye-ways,” are reprinted on Page 5. The winning advertismemts were creations for the Brookshire Christmas Festival, Cinco de Mayo and Elephant Auto.
SALINA, KS (06/13/2016)-- Maverick Beissner of Waller, TX (77484) has been named among the 73 official Spring 2016 graduates of Kansas Wesleyan University after completing all requirements for a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics on May 7, 2016. Congratulations to Maverick on this outstanding achievement, and welcome to the KWU Alumni Association!
By Elvis McNeal
These guys have been working hard since the beginning of April, they're hard work is starting to pay off. They competed in "The Throw Down in H-Town" Classic Tournament coming up just a little short in the Championship game bringing home the Runner-up trophy. The next tournament they are looking forward to bringing home a first place trophy.
Lee Ann Kroon, CPA, has joined the team at TOMAGWA HealthCare Ministries as the Executive Director. Previously she was the Chief Financial and Operations Officer of San Jose Clinic in Houston, Texas. She originated and held the position for fifteen years. As a CPA she has over 35 years of nonprofit accounting experience.
By Paul Schattenberg
COLLEGE STATION – As part of Texas 4-H Statewide Community Service Project, 4-H members from throughout the state are rallying behind an effort to raise money to benefit active and retired military personnel and military dogs. “Each year, Texas 4-H Council selects a charitable organization to support and encourages all 4-H programs across the state to become involved,” said Jana Barrett, Texas 4-H development relations coordinator, College Station. “This year, the council selected Eli’s Fund, so for weeks 4-H members and clubs throughout the state have been raising funds toward this effort.”