Brookshire

Fort Bend County Judge Participates in Regional Transportation Panel  

Pictured Left to Right: Maureen Crocker, Gulf Coast Rail District; Harris County Judge Ed Emmett; Brazoria County Judge Matt Sebesta; Fort Bend County Judge Bob Hebert; Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal; Galveston County Judge Mark Henry; Waller County Judge Trey Duhon

FORT BEND COUNTY, TX – On January 21, 2018, Fort Bend County Judge Bob Hebert participated in a Transportation Panel of regional county judges to discuss transportation needs in counties post Hurricane Harvey. Judge Hebert was joined by Harris County Judge Ed Emmett, Brazoria County Judge Matt Sebesta, Galveston County Judge Mark Henry, Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, and Waller County Judge Trey Duhon.  The regional judges all spoke to their individual experiences during and […]

Eyes On Me, Inc. Awarded $15,000 Let’s Play Construction Grant From Dr Pepper Snapple Group And National Non-Profit Kaboom!

HOUSTON, TX, November, 27, 2017 – Dr Pepper Snapple Group (DPS) and national non-profit KaBOOM! awarded Eyes On Me, Inc. a $15,000 Let’s Play Community Construction Grant that will be used to build a community playground for Brookshire, TX The grant is part of Let’s Play, an initiative by DPS to provide kids and families with the tools, places and inspiration to make active play a daily priority. Unstructured, child-directed play has proven to help […]

Despite staffing crisis, long term care facilities in Texas improving

State association commends providers for accomplishing national quality goals, urges lawmakers to support them (AUSTIN, TEXAS) — The Texas Health Care Association today recognized 57 long term care facilities across the state for meeting national goals to improve their quality of care. Each facility met at least four of eight goals set by the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living’s Quality Initiative Recognition Program, including reducing the use of antipsychotic medications, […]

Enjoy Your Morning At Home, Leave Your Car in the Driveway

Stay at home and off the streets this morning. Have a couple extra cups of coffee and relax under a warm blanket as we wait for this winter storm to pass. Driving is not a good idea this morning. Travel conditions remain hazardous across Precinct 5 and all of Harris County. The residual water from Tuesday’s precipitation has caused extensive freezing on bridges, overpasses and many surface streets, making travel nearly impossible across the region. […]

12th Annual Spring Katy Home And Garden Show Features New Hgtv Stars

Renovate or Rebuild…Discover the latest home design trends Katy, Texas (December 12, 2017) … Ready to turn over a new leaf in 2018?   In January, the 12th Annual Spring Katy Home & Garden Show will be welcoming HGTV’s newest celebrities starring on the hit series “Flip or Flip Fort Worth.”  The largest home show in West Houston, scheduled January 27-28, 2018 at the Merrell Center in Katy, will showcase the latest in renovation, home design, […]

Pulling Together For A Great Cause!

Katy Christian Ministries Holds 2nd Annual Clay Shoot on February 17, 2018 Katy Christian Ministries: 2nd ANNUAL CLAY SHOOT 2018 Date:  February 17th, 2018 (Saturday) Location:  American Shooting Center, 16500 Westheimer Parkway, Katy, TX 77082 Registration and Pre-Event Festivities:  1:00pm Shoot Begins:  2:00pm Registration: Team of 4 (Includes meal tickets) $500; Individuals $110 Lunch: $15 (for guests and individual registrations; meal included in team registrations only) Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/182704885650555/ Hashtags for Social Media:  #CLAYS4KCM […]

Winter Weather – Prepare with the 4 P’s

Remember to protect the “Four P’s”: People, pets, pipes, and plants. People: Keep warm, stay inside if possible. If you need to go out, dress in layers and wear hats, gloves and an appropriate coat. Avoid overexertion, as cold weather puts added strain on your body. Observe heater safety: Never place a space heater on top of furniture or near water. Keep heat sources at least 3 feet away from furniture and drapes. Never leave […]

Notice from CenterPoint Energy on Outages

Due to the recent weather and hazardous conditions, some repairs may take longer to complete than originally estimated. Be assured that our crews are working to restore power as quickly and safely as possible, and we will provide status updates as they become available. Thank you for your patience. See an interactive map of current electric outages: http://gis.CenterPointEnergy.com/outagetracker/index.html Update your power alert communication preferences: http://CenterPointEnergy.com/PowerAlertService The sender provided the following contact information. Sender’s Name: CenterPoint […]

Winter Weather this Holiday Weekend

 What is the danger? According to the National Weather Service, there is a chance for rain across southeast Texas beginning late Monday night after the passage of a strong cold front. As temperatures fall early Tuesday morning, there is a slight to moderate chance that mixed wintry precipitation could develop. Despite the holiday, residents should be watchful of the forecast. Freezing temperatures are expected throughout the week. What you need to do: Make sure your family […]

Southeast Texas Girl Scout Council invites all girls to camp like a Girl Scout

Registration for summer overnight and day camp is now open SOUTHEAST, TEXAS (Jan. 11, 2018) – This summer send her somewhere safe, enriching and filled to the brim with opportunities – give her the chance to attend Girl Scout camp. According to a study by the Girl Scout Research Institute, More Than S’mores, girls who regularly spend time outdoors more readily seek challenges and are better problem solvers than their peers – qualities that will help […]