Capture a glimpse of the Living History and Culture of Texas during the 1800s …

Relive the days of the early 1800s at the Texian Heritage Festival on Saturday, October 19 at Fernland Historical Park in Montgomery. The Festival is a family event created to educate, inform, and increase awareness of Texas history through … [Read more...]

“Fire Up the Bands 2013” to benefit Muscular Dystrophy Association

Make plans now to be at "Fire Up the Bands 2013" on Labor Day Weekend with the Conroe Firefighters at Papas on the Lake, for a huge end of summer Fill-the-Boot Concert for Muscular Dystrophy! With a spectacular line up featuring Reckless Kelly, … [Read more...]

A tube of toothpaste, a can of hair spray and a bottle of shampoo …

During 50 years of marriage, they traveled from Australia, New Zealand, England, Venezuela, China, Canada, Mexico, Kuwait, to India, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Denmark, Norway, Dubai, Bahrain, Jamaica, Italy, Switzerland, France, and Germany, as … [Read more...]

The Golden Knot … 50 Years Plus!

Fifty years … sounds like an eternity. Yet, a half century in love with your one and only 'soulmate' may seem to pass in a fleeting moment. Either way, at LCTXO we believe a Golden Anniversary is such a momentous occasion, we're launching The Golden … [Read more...]

Youthful Talent Abounds in Conroe

The “Jazz Connection” a 501(c)3 non-profit jazz ensemble directed by Bob Price, will take the stage from 2 – 3:30 Sunday afternoon, August 11, when young musicians from Conroe, Montgomery and The Woodlands junior and senior high schools join forces … [Read more...]

Project School Supplies donations underway throughout Montgomery County

Students across the county will soon be preparing to go back to school and will be in need of school supplies and new clothes. This can be a difficult time for parents who are already struggling to keep food on the table, pay their housing, and allow … [Read more...]

Vintage Artistry

A few highly sought-after late 1920s and early 1930s Ford automobiles – born during the tough times of the Great Depression – have thrilled countless enthusiastic fans through the decades. To those who remember actually riding in one of these in … [Read more...]

Breakin’ the Rules!

According to the “rules,” a restaurant critic should not “try to convince the world to visit or not visit the restaurant … so here I am with my first critique, breaking the rules! Well, not exactly, I'm not really trying to convince the whole … [Read more...]

Thrilling Ride for School Supplies!

If excitement and action are what you crave, then the Lone Star Expo Center in Conroe has a "HEART-POUNDING, EYE-POPPING, SMASHING TREAT" for you August 3, beginning at 6 p.m. And, if you donate new school supplies to the Montgomery County Emergency … [Read more...]

Jan’s Double Chocolate Brownie Recipe

Recipe of the Week: 1 pound unsalted butter 1 pound plus 12 oz. semisweet chocolate chips (divided) 6 oz. unsweetened chocolate 6 extra large eggs 3 Tbsp. instant coffee powder 2 Tbsp. vanilla extract 2 ¼ C. sugar 1 ¼ C. flour … [Read more...]