Poppa’s PoBoys food truck now open in Cypress
The food truck serves a variety of po'boy sandwiches. (Courtesy Poppa's PoBoys)
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By Danica Lloyd | | Updated
By Danica Lloyd
Propane buses now account for about 30% of the district's entire fleet.
The online degrees are in the following fields: cybersecurity, network technology, electronic technology, general business, and alcohol and drug dependency counseling.
The campus will house ESD No. 11's new ambulance service, which is scheduled to launch Sept. 4 when the district's contract with current service provider, Cypress Creek Emergency Medical Services, expires.
Motorists might recognize the FM 529 facility by the large projects that can be seen from the street, which have included an oil derrick, a pirate ship and a massive wind chime.
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The new hospital could open as early as 2024 and ultimately employ more than 500 people, officials said.
In 2018, the state health department estimated about 11% of the demand for nurses was not able to be met, and that number is expected to rise to 16.3% by 2032.
If construction begins this summer as planned, the entire project could be completed within three to four years, officials told residents during a May 4 information session about the project.
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From feeding the homeless to financially supporting single mothers raising children with medical conditions, RoseMary Tucker said her goal is to give back to the community.
The business specializes in customized in-home consultations during which families will receive a fire safety plan specific to their house's floor plan and an age-appropriate, individualized plan for each family member.