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Bush High School Broncos place first at overall at district JROTC Drill Competition

For the 10th consecutive year, the Bush High School Navy JROTC placed First Overall in the annual Fort Bend ISD JROTC Drill Competition, held at Clements High School. More than 250 FBISD cadets competed in various categories and events, including physical fitness, marksmanship, color guard, personnel inspections and basic and exhibition drill. The Broncos also […]

Travis High School to host “80’s Spooktacular” workshop

Elementary students are invited to participate in a Halloween-themed workshop hosted by the Travis Theatrical Company.  For two Saturdays, Travis theatre students will be working with first through fifth-grade students on zombie makeup, creating a zombie costume and learning Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” dance in preparation for a show at the end of the 80’s Spooktacular […]

Yard of the Month selected by Quail Valley Garden Club

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Quail Valley October Yard of the Month goes to Monica and David Pitschman of 3538 El Dorado. The Pitschmans have used colorful mums, crotons, snap dragons and petunias adding festive fall colors to summer vinca and caladiums. Monica and David moved from Pecan Grove last January and added their special touch including a sculpture of […]

Citizens citywide celebrate 29th Annual National Night Out

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Neighborhoods across Missouri City showed their community spirit with National Night Out block parties featuring good food, fellowship and fun on the 29th annual observance of the crime prevention initiative on Oct. 2. The events are designed to encourage neighbors to get to know each other and partner with police officers, firefighters, City Council and […]

Carla Fontenot lucky winner of autographed Skeeter’s bat

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State Farm sponsored all of the Skeeter’s games this season. Diane Schomberg’s agency set up a booth with “Good Neighbor “give a ways, Skeeter’s back packs & a chance to win an autographed bat. Carla Fontenot was the lucky winner of the bat. Diane Schomgerg (L)  & son Chad Schomburg (M) presented this to her […]

Fort Bend ISD to host annual “Opportunity Knocks” Vendor Expo, Monday, October 15

Fort Bend ISD will host its annual “Opportunity Knocks” Vendor Expo to invite area business representatives to learn how to do business with the school district. The event will be held on Monday, October 15, from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., at the Fort Bend ISD Annex (3119 Sweetwater Blvd., Sugar Land. The Vendor Expo […]

‘Pink Lighting’ event rescheduled for October 12

After a cancelation due to weather conditions on Saturday, September 29, The MD Anderson Regional Care Center in Sugar Land will host its Pink Lighting event honoring Breast Cancer Awareness Month on Friday, October 12 from 7:30-9:30 p.m. During a free Music in the Plaza performance by Password, MD Anderson will light the Plaza and […]

Palm Royale speed limit lowered to 35 MPH

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The speed limit along Palm Royale Boulevard between Commonwealth and Sweetwater Boulevards was lowered to 35 mph on October 3.The current speed limit is 40 mph. The reduction is the result of a speed study conducted to establish a safe speed limit along the corridor.  The study and the newly approved speed limit comply with […]

Benches and Barstools displayed by Fort Bend Women’s Council of Realtors

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“On Saturday, October 8, at Sugar Land Town Square, members of the Fort Bend Women’s Council of Realtors displayed all of the Benches and Barstools that will be auctioned later this week. Members assembled the benches earlier in the year. Barstools were purchased and all items were given to local artists to transform. The artwork […]

The Houston Film Critics Society Announces Call for Entries for Best Texas Independent Film of 2012

The Houston Film Critics Society (“HFCS”) is calling for entries for the second annual Texas Independent Film Award (“TIFA”), to be announced this winter at the 5th Annual HFCS Film Awards. The TIFA is given annually by the HFCS to a film which is primarily financed and filmed in Texas and which was initially distributed […]

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