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COMMENTARY: THE SIZE OF TEXAS IS UPON US

Lynn Ashby

AUSTIN – The traffic on      I-35 is stopped dead both ways, and it’s not even rush hour. Our state capital tried to solve this problem by double decking the freeway, but no luck (never play Texas Hold ‘Em with two decks). The road is the main north-south Interstate through the town, so to […]

Letters to the Editor

Requesting a change in the House Is there a conservative out there who would consider running against our RINO Boehner lapdog, Rep. Pete Olson? You will have my support. – Kent Groth Thank you What a pleasant surprise when I opened my copy of The Star today. Thank you for this corrected copy. I can […]

COMMENTARY: Old Crow Medicine Show keeps traditional music alive

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By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com It’s rare for an opening act to receive a crowd reaction that’s usually reserved for a headliner, but the Old Crow Medicine Show isn’t your average opening band. Despite receiving little-to-no mainstream airplay, Old Crow Medicine Show has built up a strong following of fans. They’ve been around since 1998, but […]

Sandra Broughton Gandy

Sandra Broughton Gandy

August 9, 1941 – July 9, 2015 Sandra Broughton Gandy, 73, passed away on Thursday, July 9, 2015 in Katy, Texas. Sandra was born August 9, 1941, in Kirbyville, Texas. She spent most of her early life in Stafford, Texas and was a graduate of Missouri City High School. Sandra retired from Nalco Chemical after […]

David Estes

David Estes, 25 year resident of Sugar Land, passed away on June 29, 2015 in his hometown of Gainesville, Texas. Preceded in death by his devoted wife Mary Ann Monte Estes in 2001. Survived by daughter, Gina Marie Estes Hammer and granddaughters Kristina and Brooke Simons of Austin; niece, Michelle Boudreaux Perera and nephew, Michael […]

Letters to the Editor 07/08/15

Defending traditional marriage My name is Payton Sanislow, and I am a Life Scout for Troop 1845. I am working on a merit badge called Communications. One of the requirements states that I have to write to an editor of a local newspaper and chose any subject to discuss about and express my opinion. The […]

TO THE RESCUE — AGAIN

Lynn Ashby

VARICOSE VALLEY – This is my small abode I visit  for weekends and during times I need to get away from it all – the “all” being bail bondsmen, repo men and bounty hunters. My lean-to looks like it’s been hit by a shotgun, with the roof thatch pulled back, paint pocked, even the pink […]

Pet of the Week 07/01/15

Briana

Meet Briana. Briana is a 10 week old female, long-haired girl. Like most kittens Briana is playful and very loving. Did you know that having a cat in your life can be beneficial for your physical health and emotional well-being? From lowering your blood pressure and cholesterol to easing feelings of anxiety, stress, depression and […]

Letters to the Editor 07/01/15

Response to home invasions (from FortBendStar.com) With South Asians being primary targets for these kinds of robberies, there should be more patrolling done to keep the neighborhoods safer. Random people coming up to the homes to “sell” something are only using that as a cover to see who is home and who is not and […]

Pet of the Week 06/24/15

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Meet Jerry. This one year old border collie/lab-mix is all about having fun! Jerry’s enthusiasm sometimes gets away from him, so a family with really young children might not be ideal. However, someone who enjoys brisk daily walks or jogs would make Jerry so happy. Jerry gets along well with other dogs–in fact, he still […]

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