COLLEGE STATION – The Wall That Heals, a three-quarter scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial along with a mobile Education Center, is coming to College Station April 27-30 at Veterans Park and Athletic Complex, 3101 Harvey Rd.Read more
After providing an overview of the opening days of the 88th Texas Legislative Session which began Jan. 10 and runs through May 29, Kacal listened to members’ concerns about the State of Texas’ seemingly unwillingness to provide a COLA (cost-of-living-adjustment) to the 190,000-plus retired school personnel in the Teachers Retirement System.
Citing COLA support from House Speaker Dade Phelan and the $44 billion surplus, Kacal said, “Our Public Education committee will be focused on it.”Read more
After finding out that my long-time friend, Grant Holt, would no longer be holding office on the Navasota City Council, I have decided to run for his council seat.
I have no particular agenda other than continuing to see Navasota move forward. I believe Navasota is moving in a positive direction and I will definitely keep that momentum going.
In holding a seat on the Planning and Zoning Board for the last six years, I have learned the direction in which the city is headed, and I would love to continue being a part of our great city going forward.
I am very active in the community and have been serving this community since my high school days.
If at any time anyone should have any questions, please feel free to contact me at 936-825-4846.
Please help me in continuing to move Navasota in the right direction. Your support would be greatly appreciated on May 6.
James D. Harris
A Navasota Junior High Student has been banned from school property after a social media photo appears to show the student in possession of a firearm on campus.Read more