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Learn About the Spring Branch ISD Farm

By Jennifer Elliott - Most of us are starting to think about heading back to school, but some Spring Branch ISD (SBISD) teachers and students have...
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Lighting the Gulf Coast: Historic Lighthouses in Texas

A LITTLE PIECE OF HISTORY By The Heritage Society - As Houstonians flock to the beach for summer vacation, they might catch a glimpse of one of the...
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Women Driving Business Committee of the Houston West Chamber of Commerce Celebrates 10 Yea...

Created in 2005, the Houston West Chamber Annual Women Driving Business Series (WDB) is a series of events aimed at connecting influential...
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Summer Travel Tip: A Corkscrew on an Airplane?

VineSleuth By Amy Gross - With the Texas summer heat at its hottest this month, there is no doubt many of you are planning an escape or two. If...
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absolutely Q&A Cancer and Hematology Centers

One of the most frightening diagnoses a family can receive is to learn that their child has cancer or a serious blood disorder. Once a family has...
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The Altharetta Yeargin Art Museum Gets a Facelift

Although summer had just begun on June 9th, 13 students from Spring Branch ISD (SBISD) gathered at Westchester High School for a one-of-a-kind...
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August 2014 – Out & About in the Heart Memorial

A group of graduating St. Francis Episcopal Middle School eighth graders spent a week in Watercolor, Florida. Enjoying summer vacation were Denman...
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Help! Houston We Have (An Animal) Problem!

Jan Glenn’s - Pawsitively  Purrfect - The Houston area has a big problem. There are too many animals needing homes. The shelters are overflowing,...
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recent from History Lighting the Gulf Coast: Historic Lighthouses in Texas
Lighting the Gulf Coast: Historic Lighthouses in Texas A LITTLE PIECE OF HISTORY By The Heritage Society - As Houstonians flock to the beach for summer vacation, they might catch a glimpse of one of the few historic lighthouses that remain perched along the Texas coast. Though a few of these structures continue to serve their purpose as aids to navigation, most...
recent from Feature Stories Learn About the Spring Branch ISD Farm
Learn About the Spring Branch ISD Farm By Jennifer Elliott - Most of us are starting to think about heading back to school, but some Spring Branch ISD (SBISD) teachers and students have been working all summer. The Guthrie Center offers classes in Agricultural Sciences in which students learn about equine science, livestock production,...
recent from Newsworthy The Altharetta Yeargin Art Museum Gets a Facelift
The Altharetta Yeargin Art Museum Gets a Facelift Although summer had just begun on June 9th, 13 students from Spring Branch ISD (SBISD) gathered at Westchester High School for a one-of-a-kind project. Westchester is home to the only art museum in the country on a public school campus, the Altharetta Yeargin Art Museum (AYAM). Despite this distinction and a...
recent from Film Review Superman – Man of Steel
Superman – Man of Steel By Nick Nicholson When one thinks back to Superman’s creation in 1938, it boggles the mind to think of just how much that superhero has been loved and revered over time. It’s dizzying to think that through comic books, cartoons, television shows and feature films, there have been an inordinate number of...
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2014 Acura MXD By Steve Kursar - The 2014 Acura MDX has been completely redesigned for a quieter ride and much better fuel economy. One of the most popular models in the highly competitive luxury mid-size SUV segment, Acura had to up its game to stay in the race. The exterior styling changed in a subtle way, but...
recent from Columns Checklist for Parents of Elementary and Middle School Students for the New School Year
By Nancy L. Rommelmann, Family Law Attorney - Checklist: 1. Call your child’s school to determine when the open house is scheduled and ask if there are events that are not on the school’s website. Many schools have “meet the teacher” day, which frequently is not on the school’s website. Call the...