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Apr 6, 2018

Love and flowers; perfect match for Hill urban pioneer

Students work at creating their own bouquets at a Love ‘n Fresh Flowers workshop at The Woodlands in West Elizabeth CoadyThe forecast called for a foot of snow on the first day of spring, vexing Chestnut Hill’s nationally renowned flower farmer Jennie Love. It’s late March, and the land that will yield 200 different varieties this growing season under the auspices of Love ‘n Fresh Flowers is still sleeping.The cold and snow threatened the first blooms on the earliest tulips to break through the soil, and the dull gray skies made Love ”unhappy. It’s definitely super dormant. It shouldn’t be this dormant.”Love will tell you that worry and the vagaries of weather are two constants in the life of a farmer. But the promise of bounty motivates. “I love flowers; there’s no question about it,” said Love, hailed by the Philadelphia Inquirer as an “urban farming pioneer.” … “They’re my favorite thing on earth.”If Love’s meteoric success as a flower farmer is any measure, then the feeling is mutual. In the nine years since she planted her first seeds on two acres of le... (Chestnut Hill Local)

Apr 22, 2016

REDD: April showers bring May flowers

Lufkin. The seventh district includes Coldspring, Crockett, Huntsville, Livingston, Lufkin, Madisonville, Nacogdoches, New Caney, Palestine, The Woodlands, Trinity and Willis. Just FYI — the morning session of the convention is open to all active duty and military veterans. Come on out and join us from 8:30-11 a.m. and find out more about who we are and what we do and why. Welcome speaker is Brad Maule and guest speaker is Bob Gear with Texas Workforce Solutions. The afternoon session is for members of the American Legion Family only. Another round of applause to the donors who have helped make another Girls State year possible for three girls from Huntington High School. What a difference being a Girls State or Boys State Citizen makes as these young people prepare for college or prepare their resumes for future employment. The simple mention of being a Girls or Boys State Citizen has had a major impact on many who have gone on to become doctors, lawyers or have chosen some form of government in their career. At this one-week session they learn about government (not politics), how it works and they actually sit in on a session at the Capitol in Austin one day. Attention all female veterans. Did you know that the American Legion Auxiliary National has a special offer for you? You can join the American Legion Auxiliary with your first year’s dues at no charge. And you are probably eligible for the American Legion, so you can join both for only the dues of the Legion Post your first year. The American Legion Family 113 in Lufkin is pleased that we now have five Dual Members... (Lufkin Daily News)

Feb 3, 2016

Thursday Night Obit Update

Devin Williams and was the grandson of Billy Adkins (deceased). He graduated nursing school and worked at Kings Daughters, the VA, Red Cross and the Woodlands Retirement Community. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday , January 29 at the Reger Funeral Home. Funeral services will be at noon Saturday at the Reger Funeral Chapel. Burial will follow in Highland Memorial Gardens, Logan, WV. online condolences may be made to the family at PAMELA SUE BONVILLIAN, 52, of White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, died Wednesday at Greenbrier Valley Medical Center. She was an office clerk for Kroger in Lewisburg. Funeral services will begin at 2 p.m. Monday at Wallace & Wallace Funeral Home in Lewisburg. burial will follow in Greenbrier Memorial Gardens in Lewisburg. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. LUCY DICK, 90, of Huntington, widow of Thurman Lee Dick, died Wednesday at the Heritage Center. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday at 2:00pm at the Reger Funeral Chapel. Burial will follow at Spring Hill Cemetery. Friends may call from 1 p.m. until service time at the funeral home. MARY "LADY" EHIRIM, 62, of South Point, died Thursday at St. Mary’s Medical Center. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at Slack and Wallace Funeral Home, South Point. Burial will follow at Burlington 37 Cemetery. Friends may call one hour prior to the service at the funeral home. Condolences to the family may be expressed at ALMA FRANCES FAIN, 79, of Barboursville, died, Jan. 27 in the Emogene Dolin Jones Hospice House of Huntington. Service will be 3 p.m. Saturday at Wallace Funeral Home Barboursville. Burial will follow at Ridgelawn Memorial Park. Visitation will be held one hour prior to service on Saturday. MARY CATHERINE FRY, 89, of Huntington, widow of Carroll E. Fry, died Tuesday at Midland Meadows Assisted Living, Ona. She was a retired vice president and comptroller for the former Twentieth Street Bank. Funeral services will begin at 3 p.m. Sunday at Chapman's Mortuary, Huntington. Visitation will take place from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. JOHN S. HALL JR., 88, of Barboursville, died, Jan. 27 at St. Mary’s Medical Center. Services will be conducted at noon Saturday at the Wallace Funeral Home & Chapel,... (Huntington Herald Dispatch)

Feb 3, 2016

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

With a second place spot in District 16-6A on the line, The Woodlands managed to defeat Kingwood on its own home court 60-56, on Friday night. The Highlander’s coach Dale Reed was pleased with his team’s performance in yet another tough district battle. “I loved how we went to a tough place and played hard,” Reed said. “We really found a way to win.” The Woodlands (21-5, 5-1) was led by Clay Creighton and Romello Wilbert who each scored 14 points. AJ Bullard also added 10 points. 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 Tige... (Your Houston News)

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 ... (Lufkin Daily News)

Feb 2, 2016

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

Angela Lutz, the attorney for Stoecker Corp., which plans to develop land covered by a separate MUD on Conroe's west side and also north of The Woodlands. She stressed these elections are completely legal, as well as being "typical and ordinary" and the way MUDs have operated for decades. Wave of MUDs Explosive growth has caused a surge in the number of MUDs that have been created this year not only in Montgomery but also in Fort Bend County. These two counties account for the formation of 15 new MUDs apiece, state records show. The remaining six counties in the Houston region have seen fewer or no new MUDs: Harris County with 11 such new districts, Waller with 4; Brazoria with 1 while Galveston, Liberty and Chambers have seen none. More Information By the numbers $1.07 billion: Total in bonds up for a vote Tuesday in three municipal utility districts in Montgomery County. 7: Number of voters who are eligible to vote on those bonds. In Montgomery County, three of the new districts holding elections Tuesday include: MUD 148, encompassing the 82 acres where the Spiechers live; MUD 142, which covers 92 acres on Conroe's west side being developed by Stoecker; and Conroe's Municipal Management District No. 1, which is spread over 2,000 acres that was once a Boy Scout camp on Conroe's south side. On Adrian Heath's website, - he questions the propr... (Houston Chronicle)


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