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Skeeters up 2-0 over Ducks in championship series


The Sugar Land Skeeters defeated the Long Island Ducks 2-0 on Wednesday night in Game 2 of the Atlantic League Championship Series to take a 2-0 series lead. The Skeeters are now 5-0 in the 2016 postseason and will hit the road for a potential elimination game on Friday. The last three games in the […]

Skeeters crush Ducks in first championship game


Powered by a pair of two-run homers in the fourth inning, the Sugar Land Skeeters walloped the Long Island Ducks 7-1 on Tuesday night in Game 1 of the Atlantic League Championship Series at Constellation Field. The Skeeters are now 4-0 in the 2016 postseason and riding an eight-game winning streak. Jake Hale earned his […]

Fort Bend Boys Choir ringing in 35th anniversary season

(Photo by Donna Hill)
Bill Adams, artistic director of the Fort Bend Boy’s Choir of Texas, conducts a practice session with the boys last Thursday.

By Donna Hill For The Fort Bend Star ‘“You’ve got to carry through – you can’t take a breath. Make your statement! In unison, one and two…” The cadence sounds like it could be in a course in perseverance, dedication and commitment. Yet it sounds familiar to a gifted group of young choirboys. But they’re […]

@FtBendAthletics: Ridge Point dominates Kempner


By Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star Here is the rundown of Fort Bend ISD football for the week: Ridge Point 49, Kempner 8 Ridge Point scored at will against Kempner as they defeated the Cougars 49-8 Thursday night. Adam Bazan started the scoring with a 4-yard pass from Aaron Allen with 8:14 to […]

Pet of the Week 09/28/16


Buddy is a 2 year-old Chihuahua/Pug mix.  He’s an energetic, playful guy that gets along with other dogs, cats, and especially humans.  He loves squeaky toys and walks great on a leash.  He’s a big fan of cuddling!  At just 9 pounds, he’s the perfect lap dog.  He’s available for adoption at the Houston Humane […]

Quintanas host screening of movie in Sugar Land

Photo by Theresa D. McClellan
Talking to the audience at the AMC First Colony 24 in Sugar Land after a screening of “The Vessel” are, from the left, Julio Quintana, writer/director
; Marla Quintana, producer
; Lucas Quintana, actor “Leo”; and Alex Quintana, boat design and engineering.

By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star What do we cling to when hope is beyond our grasp? How do we change in the midst of tragedy? Are there miracles in the ordinary? These are some of the questions and mysteries explored in the simultaneously lush and sparse 86-minute film, “The Vessel,” created, […]

Is there life before death?

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Dear Editor, It seems like there is always some special observance around the corner. There is even a World Day for Farmed Animals. It’s observed fittingly on Oct. 2 (Gandhi’s birthday). It’s intended to memorialize the tens of billions of animals abused and killed for food around the world. My first instinct was to dismiss […]


Herman Dee Teer

December 23, 1927  •  September 17, 2016 Herman Dee Teer 88, passed away September 17, 2016  at home in Conroe, Texas. He was a former resident of Missouri City and owner of Teers Barber Shop. Survivors include his wife, Sarah and daughters Dani and Shirley of Conroe, Texas.  2 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild.

There is no lesser of two evils in presidential race


The rumors started circulating in the last days of Bill Clinton’s administration that his wife Hillary had her sights set on becoming president. That’s why she became a Senator. That’s why she became Secretary of State. Her upwardly mobile push is to break the nation’s highest glass ceiling and claim the seat once held by […]

Skeeters win! Sugar Land advances to championship series


Compiled by Joe Southern The Sugar Land Skeeters won a dramatic 10-inning game 8-6 Friday night to give them a sweep of the York Revolution in the Atlantic League Freedom Division Series and advancing them to the championship series for the second time in three years. “I’d like to say that I’m extremely proud […]

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