Heroes remembered on Memorial Day – so we could live freely

The ceremonial tribute at Sugar Land’s 5th Annual Memorial Day event this Monday at Memorial Park along the Brazos River on University Boulevard was respectful and the perfect setting for the community to gather and pay homage to those that sacrificed their lives as a result of their bravery and honor serving on behalf of […]

QV Proud Hotline 05/29/13

NEEDED: Used band instruments requested by FBISD’s Fine Arts Department. Drop off: FBISD Administration Building (16431 Lexington Blvd., Sugar Land, 77479 )(during regular business hours 8 am to 4:30 pm. Donors will assist students, who otherwise could not afford a band instrument and give them a chance to participate in beginning band programs across the […]

Code Enforcement Officers to conduct sweeps In Fondren Park

As part of Missouri City’s goal to protect property values and help keep our community one of America’s best, Code sweeps will continue this year throughout all neighborhoods. From June 1 to June 30, Code Enforcement inspectors will regularly visit Fondren Park to observe if any infractions exist. The goal of the sweeps is to […]

Student wants timing of lights adjusted

Dear Editor, The traffic light at Hwy.6 and 90-A is unsafe. My friend’s mother had a wreck there and Officer W. Allen, who came to their aid, said there are four wrecks there every day. The reason for this is while driving on 90-A, Hwy. 6 goes over you in an overpass. The light that […]

Reader addicted to Bev’s Burner

Dear Editor, For some reason Sugar Mill doesn’t get the paper anymore but I read a friend’s. I was shocked to read that there isn’t a gap of Ms. Carter writing but that she might not be writing any longer at all. When I moved to the area, I knew that in order to be […]

Reader says…Thank you, Ms. Carter

Dear Beverly, I have enjoyed, and most often relished, your news/opinion columns.  I have read in recent months, and certainly in your last column, a certain resignation from you. I pray for your re-birth of health and energy.  You have provided me with stimulations of both my funny bone and my viscera.  You have been […]

Kudos to Carter

Dear Ms. Carter, I just want to drop this note to you, that I have lived in Quail Valley since 1998 and my wife has been a resident since the 70’s. We truly enjoy your publication and particularly your opinions and informative column.  We realize how difficult this has become for you and want you […]

Reader will miss Bev’s Burner

Dear Mrs. Carter, “May be goodbye forever”.  I hope not, as I have always enjoyed your Burner. Regards and best wishes, Gerald Metherell Sugar Land.

Avid reader hopes Bev’s Burner continues

Dear Beverly, I must apologize for taking this long to write to you.  I have been an avid reader of your column since I moved back into this area in 2008. I especially admire the way you dealt with the sheriff’s mess before a new election was held. There is power with the pen after […]

Local student accepted to the 2013 National Young Scholars Program

This summer, high-achieving elementary school students will take part in the National Young Scholars Program (NYSP). Held on campuses across the country, NYSP inspires outstanding 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students to explore, invent, learn, and think creatively. Connor Bowen, currently a 5th grader attending Dickinson Elementary, has been accepted to NYSP. Connor will be […]

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