Two NASA astronauts, both with one-of-a-kind career credits, will be honored Friday, May 19, when they are inducted into the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame. The ceremony will air live on NASA Television and the agency’s website at 1 p.m. EDT.Read More
Nominations are now being accepted for annual awards for Distinguished Clear Creek Independent School District Alumni, CCISD Superstars and the Dennis Johnson Memorial Small Business Award. Recipients are selected by the Clear Creek Education Foundation.
The Distinguished Alumni award is presented to a CCISD graduate who has excelled in his or her chosen profession and has made a significant contribution to his/her community.Read More
The Houston Police Department wants to remind all who plan to enjoy festivities on the waterways, especially during the upcoming Memorial Day holiday weekend, to do so in a responsible manner and not drink and operate any form of watercraft.
Boating while intoxicated is the same law as for operating a motor vehicle on land. A blood alcohol content of .08 or higher is considered legally intoxicated.Read More
The Clear Creek ISD community gave the school district a big thumbs up on May 6, approving the $487 million bond referendum, with 63.59 percent voting for and 36.41 percent against the, based on unofficial election results.Read More
Ron Carter Hyundai, Texas’ premier Hyundai dealership, today announced their Hug A Hyundai Marathon event. The Houston-based Hyundai dealer will be giving away a brand new 2017 Hyundai Elantra to one lucky contestant who can ‘hug-a-Hyundai’ for 50 hours.Read More
The Rotary National Award for Space Achievement Foundation presented the 2017 National Space Trophy to Dr. John Grunsfeld, former NASA associate administrator of the Science Mission Directorate, at the 31st annual RNASA Space Gala.Read More
WALKING INTO the Assistance League Ball of the Wild, one might have thought he had walked into a jungle. There were that many among the crowd of about 300 dressed in leopard and zebra prints and jungle wear – all just having a delightful time.
Just as quickly as Chairman Jennie Hampton and Co-Chairman Pam Bungo joined President Dee Cover in welcoming everyone to the South Shore Harbour Resort’s Crystal Ballroom, Reservation Chairmen Gail Ashby, Kim Barker, Lisa Holbrook and Ann Hammond were signing them in and helping them find their tables.Read More
Anna Fisher, a member of NASA’s first astronaut class to include women and the first mother in space, has retired after more than three decades of service to the agency.
Fisher was a mission specialist on Space Shuttle mission STS-51A, the second flight of the orbiter Discovery, which launched from Kennedy Space Center, on November 8, 1984. Fisher was assigned to her flight two weeks before delivering her daughter and flew in space when her daughter was just fourteen months old, making her the first mother in space. Fisher logged a total of 192 hours in space.Read More
By Mary Alys Cherry
The Texas Legislature may seem rather far removed from life in Bay Area Houston.
However, you can rest assured that our area has left its mark on Austin thinking this legislative session as dozens and dozens of local business people, astronauts and aerospace executives, mariners, chemical engineers, educators and everyday housewives – about 300 in all – have made their voices heard in the Texas Capitol during visits over a span of several days.Read More
The Clear Creek ISD community gave the school district a big thumbs up on May 6, approving the $487 million bond referendum, with 63.59 percent voting...Read More
Send Bayus a review of a restaurant and the meal or drink you had and you could be entered to win a dinner/lunch for two at a local Bay Area Houston r...Read More