Craft BBQ Food Truck Opens Up In Kingwood
Happy Friday, people of Humble-Kingwood! Here’s everything happening in Humble-Kingwood today.
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First, today’s weather:
Humid and partly cloudy throughout the day. High: 89 Low: 73.
Here are the top stories today in Humble-Kingwood:
- A trio of tourists from Texas, including two from Humble, beat up a New York City hostess when she questioned the validity of their COVID-19 vaccination documents. All three were arrested. (New York Post)
- Kayla Schneeweiss-Keene, the administrator of Humble-based Mann Cataract Surgery Center details how she and her staff have handled staff shortages amid a global pandemic and natural disasters. (Becker’s ASC Review)
- Texas Litter Control in Humble assisted with a bunny evacuation, helping BunnAgain Rabbit Rescue from Louisiana by taking on 27 rabbits in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida. (Kingwood News)
- A craft barbecue food truck named Texas Q is now open in Kingwood. (Community Impact Newspaper)
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Today in Humble-Kingwood:
- Banned Book Quiz — Atascocita Branch Library. (9 a.m.)
- Pep Rally — Kingwood Park High School. (9 a.m.)
- Orchestra Region Workshop — Black Box/PAC. (4 p.m.)
- Kingwood Park vs. New Caney Volleyball — Kingwood Park High School. (4:30 p.m.)
- Summer Creek vs. Atascocita — Summer Creek High School. (4:30 p.m.)
Humble-Kingwood Patch Notebook
- Humble Area Football League: “Patiently waiting for Saturday’s game.” (Facebook)
- Kingwood Branch Library: “Check out these Latinx bookseller must-read recommendations for Hispanic Heritage Month; they include suggestions for both kids and adults. It’s a compelling list of books.” (Facebook)
- Kingwood Branch Library: “Tune in to this broadcast on Friday at 1 p.m. The discussion will focus on the Emergency Connectivity Fund & HCPL’s plans to distribute wifi hotspots and Chromebooks to bridge the connectivity gap.” (Facebook)
- Kingwood Branch Library: “September is Library Card Sign Up Month!” (Facebook)
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— Jeffrey Perkins
About me: Born in San Antonio, I was raised in Arkansas but got back to Texas as soon as I could to attend Texas A&M University, where I earned a bachelor’s degree in Telecommunication Media Studies. I started my journalism career as a copy editor at The Eagle in Bryan, Texas, in 2014 and later became the high school sports beat writer for the paper. My seven years at The Eagle strengthened my passion for journalism, and I love getting to know people and telling their stories, both on the field and off. I’ve seen firsthand the importance of hyper-local journalism in a community, especially in an eventful 2020, when I helped with news coverage and design in addition to my high school athletics beat responsibilities. I joined Patch in 2021 as Texas Field Editor for the Conroe-Montgomery County area. I welcome your questions, comments and story ideas! Please contact me at [email protected] or (479) 264-5801.
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