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Arlan's Market bought out Harlans Supermarket and reopened for business under the new name on Monday, February 23, 2015.
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Tractor Supply Company has broken ground on its
new store in Waller, next to the Holiday Inn on FM 2920.
Artist's rendering of the future Alegacy Equipment, located between Bus. Hwy. 290 and U.S. 290, on 87 acres just west of Waller.
Drawing of the soon to be built Goodman Complex, a world
leader in HVAC manufacturing, at the intersection of U.S.
290 and Kickapoo Rd. The project is slated to open in 2016.
The Waller County Sheriffs Office just ended a press conference on the investigation in the death of Sandra Bland. WCSO spokesman Brian Cantrell reiterated that the WCSO and other investigating authorities are offering as much information as they feel is necessary to calm the frustrations of family and friends of Bland, who was found hanging in her jail cell on Monday, July 13. Cantrell released a video from inside the jail and pr...ovided it to all press members in attendance. The WCSO is making every attempt to get information it can out to the public. Waller County District Attorney Elton Mathis informed that the case is being investigated as a murder in order to make sure all leads are looked at. Blands death was ruled a suicide but officials want it investigated as a murder due to the seriousness of the situation. They will be looking at videos, fingerprints, touch DNA, and the trash can liner that Bland was hanging from. Cantrell mentioned that Bland was hanging from a partition in her cell that offers privacy but that her feet were on the floor and she was in a standing position. Also, al trash can liners have been removed from the jail cells. All investigations from all authorities will be turned over to the DA and then to a Waller County Grand Jury. The next Grand Jury will be seated in August. More information will be released as it becomes available.