Dear Editor: Just wanted to share a comment on your cardiac case as well. I had the same situation happen to me in June 2015. Cardiac arrest that evening. My wife called 911. Paramedics off Seamist station worked on me at the house over an hour as well. Shocking me five different times. Off to same hospital and induced a low temp coma for four days. A blessing I am still … [Read more...] about Reader: Stars align as cooling technology helps save resident’s life
Dear Editor: I live in Section 17 of Oak Forest, which basically is the backside of Scarborough High School and over to 290. I have lived here for over 30 years and this is a first for me. We have approximately 14 TNR (Trap, neuter and release) cats in our neighborhood. They can be easily identified because the City of Houston clips one ear before they rerelease them into … [Read more...] about Reader: Animal cruelty not tolerated
Dear Editor: The Houston Heights lost one of its cornerstone personalities on June 18, when Yvette “Bitsy” Hornak, 59, unexpectedly passed away. Bitsy graduated from Harvard Elementary, Hamilton Junior High, and Reagan High School -- and, as she once declared, “You just don’t get any more Heights than that.” Bitsy was sweet, tough, hilarious and direct -- she didn’t take … [Read more...] about Reader: So long to local friend
Dear Editor: Scott McClellan, would provide, clear, detailed answers to your questions regarding HEB’s promised experimental multi floor, super store on Shepherd. However, he’s currently distracted by his Pants Fire. They were never going to build anything but a “Pantry” style store on the property (if that). It was all about the “Wet/Dry” vote. Here’s the chance to … [Read more...] about Reader: HEB Shepherd location a superstore or pantry?
Dear Editor: What is concerning is the rate at which new restaurants and bars spring up, only to quickly disappear, leaving their discarded husks (for example Bernadine’s and Hunky Dory). The streets are not able to handle the added traffic and there is little room for on street parking. The businesses move into the neighborhood that already has laws in place, and then hires … [Read more...] about Reader: Lifting another ban sure seems rushed