“We live in a global economy and the maritime industry is the entry point into this economy for Texas,” said Nathan Wesely, vice president, treasurer and general counsel for the West Gulf Maritime Association. “This grant allows us to train hundreds of workers in this critical industry.”
When women are running out of breast cancer treatment options, The Rose has been there for them. Dorothy Weston-Gibbons, CEO The Rose breast cancer treatment center, was the guest speaker at this week's Deer Park Rotary Luncheon. Her message was loud and clear: Women may think they are too young to get mammograms, but they are not too young to get breast cancer.
The San Jacinto College Foundation will host the 14th annual San Jacinto College Foundation Golf Tournament, with guest host Andy Pettitte, on Thursday, Oct. 29, 2009 at the Battleground Golf Course in Deer Park.
Preliminary enrollment numbers indicate an increase in San Jacinto College students this fall.
Pct. 8 Constable Bill Bailey’s 25th Anniversary Gumbo Gala was a huge success, with all proceeds donated to the San Jacinto College Foundation, which provides scholarships to students.
For one night, Deer Park's fight against crime takes to the streets. Tonight is National Night Out, and communities across Texas will unite to show solidarity against neighborhood crime.
Editor’s note: This is part five of a series covering the Deer Park Police Department's Citizens Police Academy. Editor/Publisher Bobby Vasquez is a participant in the academy.
Here's a little secret: cops hate COPS – not each other, but the television show. It may be fun to watch some chump chased and cuffed while singing "Bad Boys" and bobbing your head to the beat, but most police officers cringe watching that footage. Why? Technique.
Long before the majority of his classmates are awake, Deer Park High School sophomore Mike Osburn has more accomplished than many people do in a full day. Like many FFA students, his schedule starts in the predawn hours and ends well into the night.
Last month, community members of the Deer Park and Houston areas attended the Change of a Lifetime Luncheon at the Junior League Ballroom in Houston, raising approximately $25,000 for Cenikor’s Deer Park facility. The luncheon honored community businesses, religious institutions and politicians making a significant impact on Cenikor in 2009. KPRC Channel 2 Chief Meteorologist Frank Billingsley emceed the luncheon and Dale Smith, pastor of Deer Park First Baptist Church led the event’s invocation.
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