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This week’s Veteran is Marcey Phillips, who served in the Texas Army National Guard from 2002-2010. Her duty stations include Missouri, Georgia,
Ruben Borjas, Jr., Columnist, Montgomery County News
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has secured a temporary restraining order from a federal judge that prevents an unlawful rule promulgated by the Bureau
Office of TX Attorney General Ken Paxton
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has filed an amended complaint along with a motion for a stay of agency action and a preliminary injunction in
Office of TX Attorney General Ken Paxton
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has launched the Landowner Compensation Program for Texans adversely affected by border-related crimes.
Office of TX Attorney General Ken Paxton
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton secured an important victory in an ongoing lawsuit against the Biden Administration for unlawfully censoring American
Office of TX Attorney General Ken Paxton
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton released a public service announcement to raise awareness about the increasingly deadly consequences of the ongoing fentanyl
Office of TX Attorney General Ken Paxton
Engineering Aid, Melannie Borbon, has been named the 2023 City of Conroe Employee of the Year on Monday, May 6th, during an Employee Appreciation
Andrew Yousee
With 100 percent of the precincts reporting in, 17,746 of 435,228 voters – just over four percent – registered in Montgomery County cast their ballots for the May 4 joint election. Here are the results for key races and issues in the election:
Conroe Today Staff
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton issued the following statement reminding the City of Austin of the obligations Texas municipalities
Office of TX Attorney General Ken Paxton
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is leading a multistate coalition including Louisiana, Missouri, and Utah to sue the Bureau of Alcohol,
Office of TX Attorney General Ken Paxton
Boaters are still urged to use extreme caution due to possible floating debris and submerged objects The San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA) and Montgomery County Constable Precinct 1 announced that Lake Conroe reopened to normal lake traffic and activities at 4:30 p.m. on April 30.
SJRA
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has sued to stop an unlawful federal rule issued by the Biden Administration that destroys protections for women in
Office of TX Attorney General Ken Paxton
The City of Conroe's Communications Office is thrilled to announce the launch date of its new website, cityofconroe.org.
Elizabeth West
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has secured a settlement with Multi Media, LLC, the operator of “Chaturbate,” one of the most visited pornographic
Office of TX Attorney General Ken Paxton
The Criminal Prosecutions and Law Enforcement Divisions of the Attorney General’s Office will assist the Harris County District Attorney’s Office
Office of TX Attorney General Ken Paxton
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton secured a temporary administrative stay from the Supreme Court of Texas (“SCOTX”) ordering Harris County
Office of TX Attorney General Ken Paxton
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has filed for emergency relief with the Supreme Court of Texas (“SCOTX”) to block Harris County’s “guaranteed
Office of TX Attorney General Ken Paxton
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has sent a notice of supplemental authority to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit detailing how Texas’s
Office of TX Attorney General Ken Paxton
City officials have been notified of a ruling in the San Jacinto River Authority v. City of Conroe, Texas and City of Magnolia, Texas case whereby
Andrew Yousee
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has filed a letter with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit detailing new and important facts in the ongoing concertina wire case,
Office of TX Attorney General Ken Paxton