The permit for continuing work on the Exploration Green Detention Facility Project is on hold due to a Houston Airport System (HAS) ordinance, the CLCWA wasn’t aware of until very recently, that disallows wet-bottom ponds within five miles of an airport. The ordinance was the city’s answer to the Federal Aviation Administration’s advisory guidance on preventing bird strikes near airports. The CLCWA and its contractors have been working on this project for over ten years and had received permits and had completed work on three previous project phases without this issue coming up.Read More
Precinct 8 Harris County Constables Office K9 Evo will receive a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from the non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc.Read More
The Clear Creek Education Foundation is gearing up to host its fifth annual “Dine Out to Donate” event on Monday, Oct. 1 and is bringing back the component, “Ride to Give,” in partnership with the Kemah Boardwalk, that will be available on Friday, Oct. 5 through Sunday, Oct. 7.Read More
“It is reported that Hurricane Harvey’s biggest polluter, Magellan Midstream Tank Terminal in Galena Park, now wants to build a massive petrochemical tank terminal of 58 tanks at the edge of Clear Lake.”Read More
The College of the Mainland Foundation is honoring three former COM students as this year’s Distinguished Alumni recipients.
The three — Tanya Elise Baker, William McGarvey and Michael Navarro — are being recognized for outstanding contributions to COM and the community through their professional and personal excellence. The trio will be recognized at the foundation’s gala on Sept. 27.Read More
By Mary Alys Cherry
“We’re back,” NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine told a rousing audience in the Johnson Space Center’s Teague Auditorium.
“This is a big deal for our country, and we want America to know that we’re back – that we’re flying American astronauts on American rockets from American soil,” he said as the crowd’s roar reached heights probably not heard around JSC in years.Read More
NASA has selected six women and men to join the elite corps of flight directors who will lead mission control for a variety of new operations at the agency’s Johnson Space Center here.
Already the new flight directors are beginning extensive training on flight control and vehicle systems, as well as operational leadership and risk management, before they will be ready to sit behind the flight director console in mission control supporting NASA’s astronauts.Read More
By Mary Alys Cherry
The TEA report card is in, and Clear Creek ISD and its 42,000 students earned an A or Exemplary rating from the Texas Education Agency.Read More
So did Friendswood ISD and Pearland ISD, meaning this is certainly a good area for families with kids.
SABRINA ELIZABETH CURRAN, a pretty brunette senior at Clear Lake High School, is the new queen of the Lunar Rendezvous Festival. She was crowned by last year’s queen, Serina Weathers, during the festival finale, the Coronation Ball, at the San Luis Convention Center in Galveston.Read More
By Mary Alys Cherry “We’re back,” NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine told a rousing audience in the Johnson Space Center’s Teague Auditoriu...Read More
By Mary Alys Cherry The TEA report card is in, and Clear Creek ISD and its 42,000 students earned an A or Exemplary rating from the Texas Education...Read More
The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston has signed a letter of intent to complete negotiations regarding a long-term lease of the recently...Read More