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Hey, people of Humble-Kingwood! It’s me again, Jeffrey Perkins, your host of the Humble-Kingwood Daily.

First, today’s weather:

Warm; a sprinkle in the morning. High: 80. Low: 72.

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Here are the top stories today in Humble-Kingwood:

  1. Harris County commissioners approved a $35 million campus in Houston for youth who are transitioning out of the foster care system. (Community Impact Newspaper)
  2. Tewbeleaux’s Sports Bar & Grill will celebrate its grand opening in Humble on Thursday. (Community Impact Newspaper)
  3. Coronavirus cases are up 10 percent recently in Harris County, matching a national trend of rising cases. (Humble-Kingwood Patch)

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Today in Humble-Kingwood:

  • Creature Feature at Baldwin Boettcher Branch Library. (11:30 a.m.)
  • Word Crafters at Baldwin Boettcher Branch Library. (3 p.m.)
  • Book Worms Tween Book Club at Baldwin Boettcher Branch Library. (4 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • Humble Independent School District: “Bravo to the Humble Middle School Mariachi Band, under the direction of Samara Martinez, for an excellent performance at tonight’s School Board meeting! Feliz Navidad!” (Facebook)
  • Kingwood .com: “A suspect was arrested and charged in case involving Harris County Deputy Kareem Atkins death. Suspect was charged with capital murder, attempted capital murder and aggravated assault.” (Facebook)
  • Lone Star College-Kingwood: “Enroll in Spring class by Friday and you might win a $100 Barnes and Noble gift card.” (Facebook)
  • Kingwood Branch Library: “HCPL Writes is a new series that will take place monthly on the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 6-7 p.m. Each month we’ll explore a different writing topic. For adults and teens.” (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 jeffrey.perkins@patch.com or (479) 264-5801.

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