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Posts published in “Day: September 29, 2022

Jacinto City Police Dept. conducts student training courses

FURR & GALENA PARK HIGH SCHOOLS

By Allan Jamail

September 24, 2022 – Jacinto City’s Police Chief Joe Ayala and his officers conducted a six week police training and educational course with local students of Furr and Galena Park high schools. The chief said the idea of the student training was initiated by Mayor Ana Diaz.

Ayala said his officers introduced the students to various aspects of law enforcement; some of the subjects were patrol procedures, traffic laws, DWI laws, criminal investigations, sexual assault crimes, cold case investigations, juvenile investigations, K-9 procedures, police use of force, booking and jail procedures. The students conducted mock traffic stops, went on patrol and were given a tour of the jail.

The students reviewed fire department equipment, EMS procedures and other subjects related to the fire department by Fire Chief Rebecca Mier.

North Shore Blasts Beaumont United

Mustangs 62 –Timberwolves 0

By Allan Jamail

Beaumont , TX. – September 23, 2022 – the unbeaten state powerhouse North Shore (NS) Mustangs won 62 to 0 over a weak Beaumont United Timberwolves. Head Coach Jon Kay’s team wasted no time with their first conference opponent scoring six unanswered touchdowns (TD) in the first half.

The visiting Eastside Boy’s NS Nation turned out 70 miles from home in larger numbers than the home crowd and was not disappointed with their teams performance in scoring 9 TD’s.

With a 41 to 0 lead at halftime Coach Kay rested his starters letting his reserve players finish the game scoring 21 points.

In the runaway game the nine TD’s were made by quarterbacks Kaleb Bailey (1) and Noah Warner (2), running backs Rashaad Johnson (3) and Dimico Prince (1) and wide receivers Christopher Barnes (1) and Terrence Guillory (1).

County schedules hearings on November Bond vote

HARRIS COUNTY $1.2B BOND

OVERVIEW

On November 8, 2022, voters in Harris County will have the opportunity to vote on three propositions for the issuance of bonds totaling $1.2 billion. This bond package would provide funding for multiple categories, including public safety facilities, roads, drainage and transportation-related programs, and parks and trails.

At least $220 million of the bond issuance would be spent in each of the four Harris County precincts for Transportation, and Parks and Trails projects. The $100 million in public safety investments will be countywide. The bond funds cannot be used outside the three categories on the ballot, nor may they be used to fund day-to-day operations.