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Ann Bennett Hines

Ann Bennett Hines

August 18, 1942 – March 18, 2016 Ann Bennett Hines, 73, departed this life to be with our Heavenly Father on Friday, March 18, 2016. Ann was born in Big Spring, TX on August 18, 1942 to Charles “Chock” Bennett & Frances Golden Bennett. She is preceded in death by her parents. She is survived […]

Frank Letts

Frank Letts

June 26, 1946 – March 7, 2016 He was born in Alice, Texas on June 26th, 1948, and was the son of the late Henry Frank and Grace Cox Letts. In addition to his mother and father, he was preceded in death by a sister, Lynn Letts Horadam. Frank was an accomplished actor, and enjoyed […]

David John Bolner

David John Bolner

March 17, 1947 – March 13, 2016 David John Bolner, 68 of Sugar Land, passed away on Sunday, March 13, 2016. He was born in Del Rio, Texas to Virginia (Collins) and David Joseph Bolner. David is survived by his wife, Cynthia Gross Bolner, daughter, Tracy Schwartz and her husband Robert, son, David Anthony Bolner […]

Letter to the Editor 03/16/16

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Dear Editor, We truly appreciated the Opinion on Feb. 17, spotlighting The First Tee of Greater Houston at Quail Valley and the many benefits for area students and volunteers who participate in the program. As you pointed out, The First Tee provides kids with invaluable tools to succeed in life, their communities and in business […]

Pet of the Week 03/02/16

Kelly

Kelly is a 1 year-old miniature dachshund mix. She’s a sweet, affectionate dog that loves going for walks and being a lap dog. She’s a small house dog that loves to be held and cuddled. You can meet Kelly in person at 14700 Almeda Rd, and see hundreds of pets for adoption online at HoustonHumane.org.

Letter to the Editor

KUDOS ON FIRST TEE ARTICLE Your article on the First Tee was very good.  While you gave a paragraph to Linda E and Roger regarding starting up First Tee at Quail Valley, they deserve many paragraphs.  Linda convinced the Ladies Golf Association and the Quail Valley Exchange Club to ante up for initial funding.  The […]

Pet of the Week 02/24/16

Kay

Kay is a 3 1/2 year-old scruffy terrier mix. She’s an adorable, spunky little dog that loves being a lap dog. She enjoys going for walks with our volunteers, likes squeaky toys, and loves to make new friends. You can meet Kay in person at 14700 Almeda Rd, and see hundreds of pets for adoption […]

Letters to the Editor 02/24/16

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Extra Valentine’s Day Story (We apologize for leaving out the Valentine’s Day Story of one local couple, but here it is…) A LOVE FOR UMBRELLAS AND EACH OTHER On a rainy Valentines Day in 1960, my now husband took my roommate to a campus basketball game. Of course, I was jealous and upset that he had […]

Letters to the Editor 02/17/16

Missouri City Crime Concerns Over the past couple of months, my subdivision and those nearby have been hit by several burglaries and driveway robberies that have received news coverage and surprised, angered, and caused some serious reflection among many residents.  The introduction of criminal activity into any neighborhood really does cause residents to coalesce and […]

COMMENTARY: How far have we come in Missouri City, Texas?

JERRY WYATT
COUNCIL MEMBER

Missouri City, Texas was incorporated in 1956 in an effort to protect itself from the sparking growth of Houston. Blacks began moving to Missouri City in the mid 1970’s and made up a small portion of the population. By 1975, middle class Blacks began to locate primarily in the Hunter’s Glen area. Homes in Hunter’s […]

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