Harvard professor Thomas E. Patterson wrote “Out of Order” in 1994 about how misguided the media covers Presidential elections. I think we will look back at this election as the first time the media looked the other way and actually campaigned to get a President elected. Professor Patterson has written numerous political books in his […]
They are calling it a web exclusive…..but since we had it here on Friday night, I don’t know if I’d call it exclusive.
Floyd over at Dallas/Ft.Worth and Me did a write up on Keller Fest a few weeks back. It’s an enjoyable read and has some great pictures of the event.
Tonight we were briefed about the Thursday Town Center Visioning meeting, requesting that only two members show up for the Public Meeting and a 2:00 meeting with the Mayor and staff to make sure we didn’t have a Quorum and violate the Texas Open Meetings Act. I expressed my displeasure with the way the public […]
This was posted today in both the Mayor’s weekly update and the City’s main page. I didn’t “read” the Keller Citizen, but rather skimmed it today and didn’t see a mention in there. The timing of the meeting kind of ticks me off as this should have been publicized further out than 6 days. Heck, […]
I received this email from Jan Smith tonight: Good Evening! Keller HS Baseball’s golf tournament is 3 days away. Tee time is Monday, October 13th @ 8:00 a.m. at Iron Horse. We can still use more golfers. We have 40 golfers signed up to play and the weather should be great! It’s not too late. […]
No, I’m not talking about your cooking, I mean the real deal. From the Mayor: On Saturday, Oct. 11, household hazardous waste will be collected at the Municipal Service Center at 151 Bear Creek Parkway West. Collection starts at 9 a.m. and ends when the waste container is full. There is no cost to Keller […]
From the City’s website: Don’t forget that on Sept. 27, Keller will celebrate its western heritage at the annual Wild Wild West Fest, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. at Bear Creek Park. The day kicks off at 8 a.m. at Keller Town Hall with the How the West Was Run 5K, with proceeds benefiting Christ’s Haven for […]
Monday night was a perfect night for a parade. Temperatures in the upper 70’s, sunny and no wind. We pulled the truck into one of the few places on Johnson Rd that you can still park in an empty lot and watch the parade. Sorry for the delay in posting these, but it’s been one […]
Tried to find a map on the KISD website, no luck. It usually begins at KMS and ends at KHS with a route down Johnson Rd. Start time is 6:30pm. [I know I’ve complained before, but before the ISD centralized the websites for the school you could actually get some information from them. Now, there […]
But I got this email from a neighbor. City of Keller has announced that the theme for Christmas this year will be Santa and his reindeer. Our street has consistently placed in the annual decorating contest, winning first place last year. But to start thinking about decorating for Christmas when it is still in the […]
Pushing this back up to the top. OK, I am a horrible Golfer, in fact, friends refuse to play with me if they have less than a 20 handicap. It seems that it would be easier for me to hit a Nolan Ryan fastball than it is a little white ball looking up at me […]