AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott on Dec. 3 proclaimed Dec. 5 as an official day of mourning across the Lone Star State in honor of former President George H.W.
By Ed Sterling Texas Press Assoc.
By J.T. Murphy
tion to work. They sought opportunity. They brought skills are came to acquire skills that would produce high quality work.
By J.T. Murphy
AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott on Dec. 1 issued the following statement on the Nov. 30 death of George Herbert Walker Bush, the 41st president of the United States:
By Ed Sterling Texas Press Assoc
The George Bush 41 #4141 train moving through the Pinehurst area as it traveled to Texas A&M and the George Bush Presidential library. Members of the Bush family made their own homemade signs from materials in the train and showed their love to the people by displaying those signs in the windows as they traveled the tracks to College Station. The Union Pacific #4141 locomotive was commissioned in President Bush’s honor. Painted to resemble Air Force One, the locomotive bears a presidential seal and Bush’s name. Photo provided by a Waller County citizen.
Thousands of Texans bid farewell to George H. W. Bush December 6 as he headed to Texas A&M for the final time aboard the George Bush 41 #4141 train.
By Lillie Ruby
On the 28th of November, ten Royal HOSA students travelled to a great opportunity.
By Alfredo Adonai Flores
Waller Junior High (WJH) is encouraging its students to spread holiday spirit with a Gifts of Kindness challenge.
By Waller ISD Communications
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