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Ralph Green

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St. Louis, MO, United States

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Past articles by Ralph:

LSC-Tomball officer rescues puppy found with broken legs in hole

An officer at Lone Star College-Tomball found an injured puppy in a hole swarmed by insects on the college campus. → Read More

Klein Forest High School alums honor friend killed in car accident through $1K scholarships

Summer Chester was 23 when she was killed in a car accident. Now, her friends have started a scholarship fund in her memory. → Read More

9 places in Spring worth checking out over spring break week

Here are nine places to visit during your spring break week. → Read More

Klein ISD enrollment surpasses pre-pandemic numbers

Klein ISD announced has exceeded pre-pandemic enrollment with 54,013 in 2022-2023 school year. → Read More

Alvin ISD turtle race brings in record $160K

Alvin ISD Education Foundation raises over $160,000 in latest turtle race making it the biggest donation ever. → Read More

AISD awards principal of the year, secondary principal of year honors

Alvin ISD awards principal of the year, secondary principal of year honors. Principals at Passmore Elementary and Alvin Junior High named. → Read More

Kohrville to build community center, the north Houston historically Black neighborhood’s first in 42 years

Kohrville, a historic Black community in northwest Harris County, is raising funds to build a new community center. → Read More

Hundreds welcome Sam Houston Trail Riders in Tomball ahead of RodeoHouston

Downtown Tomball welcomed the Sam Houston Trail Riders yesterday with smiles and music ahead of their busy weekend at Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. → Read More

Spring ISD middle school ranks among top 10 in Houston region, according to Children at Risk

Roberson Middle School in Spring ISD is one of the Houston area's top 10 middle schools according to new data from Children At Risk. → Read More

Tomball ISD high schools rank third in Houston region, according to Children At Risk data

Children At Risk released its report for the 2021-2022 school year, ranking Tomball ISD high schools among the top in the Houston area. → Read More

Spring-area hospital throws surprise birthday party for 62-year-old recovering from tear in heart artery

HCA Houston Healthcare Northwest near Spring threw a surprise birthday party for a 62-year-old recovering from surgery to repair a tear in his heart artery. → Read More

6 Black-owned businesses to visit in north Houston, including wine bars and Cajun spots

Offering everything from soul food to wine, here are six Black-owned businesses in the Spring area. → Read More

Free tax preparation: IRS-certified KISD students to help residents

IRS-certified students in Klein ISD's accounting and financial services program are helping residents prepare their taxes through April 15. → Read More

Klein ISD parents can now track their kids' bus routes with new parent portal

Klein ISD launched a new transportation portal that gives parents real-time updates about their child's bus route. → Read More

Spring's City Place to host Fat Tuesday event with music and Cajun food

The community is invited to “laissez les bons temps rouler” during a New Orleans-style Fat Tuesday celebration at City Place in Spring on Feb. 21. → Read More

Spring school program teaches students how to build tiny homes for headstart on construction careers

A new program at Carl Wunsche Sr. High School in Spring is allowing students to get firsthand home building experience by building tiny homes. → Read More

Houston native Lyle Lovett talks Klein roots ahead of Grammy Awards with 19th nomination in tow

Lyle Lovett is nominated in the Best American Performance category for “There You Go Again,” a song by Asleep at the Wheel where he is a featured artist. → Read More

TOMAGWA HealthCare announces new chief development officer

The nonprofit serving areas around Tomball, Magnolia and Waller, named Darrell Pile as the organization's chief development officer. → Read More

Klein ISD to host job fair in March with teacher salaries now starting at $60K

Klein Independent School District will host a job fair this spring where people can meet administrators and learn about opportunities in the district. → Read More

Tomball plans $2.3M park upgrade, bringing pickleball courts, splash pad to Jerry Matheson Park

The city of Tomball announced the start of construction at Jerry Matheson Park—a project that will add a splash pad, pickleball courts and other new amenities. → Read More