President Donald Trump is sending astronauts back to the Moon.
The president Monday signed at the White House Space Policy Directive 1, a change in national space policy that provides for a U.S.-led, integrated program with private sector partners for a human return to the Moon, followed by missions to Mars and beyond.Read More
Houston City Councilman Dave Martin and the Houston Public Works and Engineering Department hosted a public input meeting Nov. 29 to discuss proposed alignment options and gather input from the surrounding communities for the El Dorado Boulevard Widening Project.Read More
The Women’s Center at Bay Area Regional Medical Center is now open!
“My experience here at Bay Area Regional Medical Center was amazing. I couldn’t have asked for a better hospital and a better doctor. I’m truly blessed with how wonderful I was taken care of. All of the nurses were amazing,” said Meagan Cantu, one of the first women to deliver at Bay Area Regional.Read More
THE CLEAR CREEK Education Foundation celebrated its 25th anniversary in grand style honoring a dozen outstanding individuals at its Glitz and Glamour Gala and Awards Presentation Nov. 4 in South Shore Harbour Resort’s Crystal Ballroom.Read More
By Rick Clapp
Next time you dine at one of Barry Terrell’s legendary restaurants, you will experience excellence at its best. T-Bone Tom’s, Tookie’s Hamburgers and the newly acclaimed Tookie’s Seafood are good examples of a well run food and beverage establishment.Read More
Lakewood Yacht Club Sailing Director Watt Duffy says the Clear Falls Knights Sailors got off to a great start this year.Read More
Eight Clear Falls High School sailors took part in a two-day regatta in New London, Conn., competing against 19 top high school teams from around the country to win the Lawrence A. White Trophy.
By Don Armstrong
Name two SUV’s that you are familiar with. We’ll bet at least one of them is either the Honda CR-V or Hyundai Santa Fe. These popular do-all’s are just two of the dozens of Sport Ute’s available, and gifting one would surly come as a surprise to your loved one.Read More
By Capt. Joe Kent
In my role as the Fishing Columnist for the Galveston County Daily News, one of the most frequently asked questions comes from readers seeking information on areas they can fish without a boat. Close behind this are inquiries from mainly families wanting to know of free fishing piers or docks where they can take the kids fishing and crabbing.Read More
By Kathryn Paradis
The momentum to build a coastal spine to protect the people, businesses and industries of the upper Texas Gulf Coast has been building steadily since Hurricane Ike devastated the region in September 2008.Read More
By Eva deCardenas
Nov. 3, 2017 marked the poignant end of a 31-year journey for a soccer ball, a family and a school.
During halftime of that Nov. 3 Clear Lake High versus Clear Creek High Friday football game, a special reunion took place bringing people bound together by a soccer ball that was intended to fly on the Space Shuttle Challenger 51L mission in 1986.Read More