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Houston County Courier - Archives
September 2009

Houston County Courier - October 2009
Houston County Sheriff's Office Jail Report  
Celebrity dinner planned  
Houston County Acts To Reduce Cost of Inmate Medical Care  
Churches, Non-Profits Urged To Apply For Ike Funds  
Crash claims Grapeland man  
CFD honored at dinner  
LHS students hold annual prayer event  
Tickets are now on sale for To Kill a Mockingbird.  
Blue cross and blue shield of texas covers h1n1 vaccine for members  
Texas Comptroller’s Office Schedules October Tax Help Seminars  
In Concert this Saturday TRACY BYRD!  
Financial Rewards for Landowners Who Protect Texas’ Natural Resource  
Secretary Andrade: Voter registration deadline is Oct. 5  
Court declares case moot, leaves intact lower court ruling upholding the Act  
Houston County Sheriff’s Office Jail Report  
Tomball man contracts brucellosis from feral hogs  
Burglaries Cleared and Arrest Made  
Crockett, Lovelady save money on Power Needs  
Four injured in crash  
DAR celebrates Constitution Week  
Trio charged in drug arrest  
Local Houston County residents visit Washington for Tea Party  
HCHC approves budget amendments  
Man charged for illegal dumping  
Honoring the fallen  
Houston County Sheriff’s Office Jail Report  
Texas Cities Record Savings of $37 Million on Municipal Power Needs  
City approves site for communications towers  
Houston County Adopts Budget, Tax Rate  
Courier hosts Annual Dog Photo Contest  
18-wheelers crush vehicle  
Crash injures four  
Head-on crash injures two  
Troopers seize 3,212 pounds of marijuana near Hebbronville  
Grapeland police recover stolen motorcycle  
Legislature Transfers Discount Health Care Card Program  
Ogden Will Not Run Again for State Senate  
Sexual assault suspect is arrested in Ratcliff area  
Attorney General Greg Abbott Takes Legal Action to Defend Open Meetings Act  
Houston County Sheriff’s Office Jail Report  
Burn ban lifted  
TxDOT adopts “Cell Phone Use Prohibited – Up to $200 Fine” sign  
Giving up a citizenship to get his citizenship  
City tax rate hearing attracts few citizens  
The Downes-Aldrich Home has a new look!  
DPS clarifies the laws regarding the use of wireless communication  
Body recovered from river  
Raid on Trinity residence ends with drugs charges  
Evans will not seek new term as judge  
Its almost fair time in Trinity!  
Housing Authority begins reorganization  
Federal Indictment Charges Conspiracy, Bank Fraud, and Wire Fraud  
Fee increases proposed at Ratcliff Lake Recreation Area  
County lifts burn ban; okays building change  

 

 

 

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