Stuart Crouch

Kudos to Coach Foster & his girls. Year in and year out, he has done a remarkable job establishing the girl's side at Springs.

Someone awfully important must live on or drive Calder Road every day.

I get the rationale; Class C Misdemeanors in the state of Texas are punishable by fine only, period. Pretty simple and straight-forward. So when one is incarcerated on such a charge, it is not for the actual offense (that would be illegal), it is for not having the necessary funds to post …

Agreed. This was a waste of the taxpayers' money to pursue this, as it was a gamble at best. I understand that the law does allow for the assignation of such liability/responsibility & cost recovery and the county was going after State Farm's gold, not the family's, per se, but this wa…

There was documentable proof that Drury's campaign worked crossed well over the 100' threshold to "harass" a voter two weeks ago. Perhaps this is why Drury so eagerly interviewed for this article, which, unfortunately comes across as one-sided and poorly structured. Drury's camp …

Roacharito commented on Don't vote for Hillary

Mr. Holbrook, are you sure that the sky isn't falling in Santa Fe? You come across as a paranoid, scared and feeble curmudgeon that has lost any relevancy that you may have once enjoyed.

To paint such a picture of doom and gloom and then go to the lengths that you have to publish yo…

Roacharito commented on National Night Out

"If it bleeds, it leads", I guess. A little prior request for subscriber-submitted pics would have prolly done the job.

As an aside, to more fully endorse & show support for the event, local governments should reschedule any meetings that would normally fall on the NNO d…

I hope Mr. Doan was listening to the Mayor's words which were directed at Mr. Rohr. The old saying used to be, "There are two things that are not long for this world; Pro's that make pars & dogs that chase cars". 'Safe to say that one could add "cocky muny attorneys and …

For someone who purports to be so concerned about confidentiality, Mr. Rohr seems to have little issue with being a Chatty-Cathy with the news media. Why not keep city business as the city's business and not engage in such thinly-veiled posturing?

Cities that convince folks to adopt…

Excellent!