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Order flowers and gifts from Poppy's 'n Pearls located in Conroe TX for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 206 N Main St, Conroe Texas 77301 Zip. The phone number is (936) 522-8360. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Poppy's 'n Pearls in Conroe TX. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Poppy's 'n Pearls delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Poppy's 'n Pearls
Address:
206 N Main St
City:
Conroe
State:
Texas
Zip Code:
77301
Phone number:
(936) 522-8360
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Apr 7, 2017

Cooper junior Flowers 17th at state powerlifting meet, Snyder duo medals

Lopez's Marisol Pulido placed first in the Class 5A 148-pound class with a total of 940 pounds, followed by teammate Lizeth De la Fuente at 935. Conroe Caney Creek's Bre Haesche was third with a total of 915 pounds.In the 4A meet, Biggers placed second in the 165-pound class and Avila was third in the 132 class.Biggers lifted 400 in the squat, 175 in the bench and 405 in the deadlift to finish with a three-lift total of 980 pounds — 140 behind winner Kiana Lopez of Crystal City.Avila, meanwhile, had a 350-pound squat, a 185-pound bench and a 315-pound deadlift for an 850-pound total. That left her behind only Victoria Ortega of Rio Hondo (875) and Alvarado's Isabella Weatherby (885) in her class.Other Big Country qualifiers include Big Spring's Serenity Garcia (14th in the 123 class, 695), Brownwood's Victoria Sanchez (12th in the 132 class, 715), Big Spring's Carlie Roberts (6th in the 181 class, 895) and Stephenville's Nadine Arredondo (8th in the 259 class, 930).Snyder placed eighth as a team with eight points, 13 behind first-place Beeville Jones and second-place Crystal City. Rio Hondo and Anna were third and fourth, respectively, with 15 points apiece. (ReporterNews.com)

Mar 9, 2017

Texas bluebells wildflowers are good in the garden, too

Photo: Carlos Antonio Rios, HC Staff Image 3 of 3Texas Bluebells in full bloom in ConroeTexas Bluebells in full bloom in Conroe Photo: Carlos Antonio Rios, Staff Texas bluebells wildflowers are good in the garden, tooBack to GalleryQ: I ordered some lisianthus, Texas bluebells. Should I give them full sun? What soil would they like?Dave Sherron, HoustonA: Texas bluebells, Eustoma exaltatum, are native wildflowers with tulip-shaped blooms that appear late spring through summer. They're best in sun or part sun and a moist, well-draining soil. Texas bluebells also are known as prairie gentian and lisianthus. Japanese hybridizers have created pink, white and purple-blue cultivars. The charming flowers are handsome against the blue-gray foliage and in a vase.The plants typically are perennial in native habitats. Hybrids often are annuals.Q: I read two articles that identified two different gardening zones for this area. One listed us in Zone 9. I had heard this before. The other listed us in Zone 8. This was new to me. Can you shed some light on this? Claudia Brookover, Kingwood A: The USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map has changed during the years I've been writing about gardening and indicates increasingly warmer average winter temperatures for this area. The current map is divided into 10-degree Fahrenheit zones, a... (Houston Chronicle)

Apr 22, 2016

Karla Bartel Jan. 1, 1938-Dec. 4, 2015

David Warman; and step-great-grandson, Thomas Young. On Jan. 14, 2016, her step-granddaughter, Kaili Pivonka passed away and was buried in Conroe, Texas.We ask that in lieu of flowers, remembrances be made to the West Valley Genealogical Society because of her lifelong passion for family history and her years of service with the society. Donations will be used to purchase books that would have been of interest to Karla and may be personalized as a gift from the donor in remembrance. Cards and/or donations should be sent to: Family of Karla Bartel, 10421 W Floriade Dr, Sun City, AZ 85351.Please join us for a memorial service and reception celebrating her life at the First United Methodist Church, Morrill, Neb., on Sunday, May 15, 2016 at 2 p.m. Light refreshments in the church basement following the service.For the complete article see the 04-20-2016 issue.Click here to purchase an electronic version of the 04-20-2016 paper.Share on Facebook... (The Torrington Telegram)

Feb 3, 2016

ROUNDUP: The Woodlands tops Kingwood in District 16-6A

Mitchell Clouse had 16 points to lead Kingwood (18-7, 4-2), while Brandon Burrell added 12. Next up for The Woodlands is a road contest at Conroe on Tuesday, while Kingwood hosts Oak Ridge. Conroe 77, College Park 66 Jay Lewis had 27 points as Conroe got back to its winning ways after losing its last two games. The Tigers (12-7, 3-3) also got 15 points from Petey Edmond and 14 from Tremont Moore. College Park (11-15, 1-5) got 28 points from Quentin Grimes and 23 points from Shannon Scott. Up next for College Park is a road contest against Atascocita, while the Tigers will play host to The Woodlands Tuesday Jan. 26. A&M Consolidated 55, Willis 41 The Wildkats struggled to get into a groove offensively as they netted just 14 first-half points against the District 18-5A first-place Tigers. Willis (14-11, 3-4) shot just 10-for-23 from the line on the night. Darius Mickens led the team with 12 points. Tre Flowers had a game-high 19 points to lead A&M Consolidated (6-1 in district play). Magnolia 48, Waller 47 Jackson Moffatt hit a 3 from the corner at the buzzer for a critical District 19-5A win for the Bulldogs (8-12, 3-4). Magnolia travels to Tomball Jan. 26 to begin the second round of district games. Brenham 55, Magnolia West 49 The Mustangs played the District 19-5A first-place Cubs tough but came up short. Brenham led just by three at halftime and by one after three quarters. Magnolia West was led by Chris Lynch with 15 points, Colin Just with 12 and DJ Wilkinson with eight. The Mustangs are 1-6 in district play. Summer Creek 63, Oak Ridge 59 The War Eagles came out on the wrong s... (Your Houston News)

Feb 2, 2016

In area MUD elections, handful of voters decide $1 billion in bonds

Image 1 of 4 Daniel and Deborah Spiecher's manufactured home houses the only two eligible voters on an 82-acre municipal utility district in Conroe who will decide the fate of $500 million in bond proposals during Tuesday's election?. less Daniel and Deborah Spiecher's manufactured home houses the only two eligible voters on an 82-acre municipal utility district in Conroe who will decide the fate of $500 million in bond proposals during Tuesday's ... more Photo: Jerry Baker, Freelance Image 2 of 4 1713 Southern Oaks Drive in Conroe, an 82-acre site that is going to be turned into 300 single-family homes, is listed as the address for Daniel and Debra Spiecher's trailer. (Photo by Jerry Baker/Freelance)4 less 1713 Southern Oaks Drive in Conroe, an 82-acre site that is going to be turned into 300 single-family homes, is listed as the address for Daniel and Debra Spiecher's trailer. (Photo by Jerry Baker/Freelance)4 Photo: Jerry Baker, For The Houston Chronicle Image 3 of 4 1713 Southern Oaks Drive in Conroe, an 82-acre site that is going to be turned into 300 single-family homes, is listed as the address for Daniel and Debra Spiecher's trailer. (Photo by Jerry Baker/Freelance)4 less 1713 Southern Oa... (Houston Chronicle)

Feb 2, 2016

UIL puts Lufkin in district with Conroe schools, Beaumont West Brook

Monday: Lufkin will be in District 12-6A with The Woodlands, College Park, Conroe, Conroe Oak Ridge, Montgomery and Beaumont West Brook. “It’s good for us,” Lufkin athletic director and head football coach Todd Quick said. “We are pretty familiar with everybody except Montgomery. We’ve scrimmaged West Brook, and they used to be on our regular schedule. We are pretty happy with it.” Lufkin was expected to rejoin The Woodlands and Conroe schools after being put in an East Texas district for the past two school years. But the addition of a Beaumont school and the fact that it’s only a seven-team district instead of eight were the major takeaways. “With Montgomery, we’re not surprised at all, but I was a little surprised about Beaumont West Brook,” Quick said. “But with Port Arthur Memorial going down, West Brook was the only 6A school around there, and they had to go somewhere. We are in the same boat. We are stuck with nobody our size around us, but we have to go somewhere. Somebody said this weekend that West Brook might be in there, but that was the first time anybody had said that. But it makes sense.” With it being a seven-team district, Lufkin also has to find anoth... (Lufkin Daily News)

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