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Methodist Diagnostic Cardiology of Houston welcomes Julia Adrogue, M.D.

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Board-certified cardiologist Julia Adrogue, M.D., will join Methodist Diagnostic Cardiology of Houston at its office on the campus of Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital starting July 15. “I am excited to be a part of this distinguished practice that has helped bring expert cardiac care to Fort Bend over the years,” says Adrogue.  “This is […]

Sugar Creek Country Club announces opening of renovated Golf Course and Clubhouse facilities

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Sugar Creek Country Club has announced opening dates of its renovated Jones nine-hole course and member dining areas. Sugar Creek Country Club has partnered with Jeffrey D. Blume Limited, a reputable Houston based golf course architecture firm, for the renovation of its three nine-hole golf courses. Renovation began with the Trent nine-hole course in 2013 […]

Dear Tabby: Formulating a 4th of July plan for Fido


Dear Tabby, With July 4th coming up, what can I do to help my pets stay calm during the fireworks? Feeling festive about the 4th in Fairchilds Dear Feeling Festive, As we approach that raucous, hot holiday weekend known as the Fourth of July, here’s some kibble for thought regarding fireworks and your pets. While humans […]

Fort Bend County Junior Fair Queens


George Ranch FFA Fort Bend County Junior Fair Queens Remington Scarlato, Katie Koerth and Aschlen Harborth

Christ Church School earns money by recycling drink pouches

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Christ Church School reaches first Level in TerraCycle® and Capri Sun® Contest Christ Church School students earn money and prizes for their school by collecting and recycling the drink pouches used in the lunchroom and at home. Christ Church School has just reached the first level of TerraCycle and Capri Sun’s Drink Pouch Brigade® milestone […]

Sugar Land students named to Wyoming Dean’s List

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The University of Wyoming lists 22 students from Texas on the 2015 spring semester academic Dean’s and Dean’s Freshman Honor Rolls, including Sugar Land residents Richard Ervin Czaikowski and Holly Reagan Heussner. The honor rolls consist of regularly enrolled undergraduates above freshman standing who earned a 3.4 or better grade point average, and freshmen who […]

Sugar Land student places fourth at national chemistry competition

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Rafay Ashary, an eighth grade student at Fort Settlement Middle School in Sugar Land, Texas, placed fourth at the 2015 National You Be The Chemist Challenge® on June 22 at The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia. It was Ashary’s first time competing at the national level of the competition. The You Be […]

FBISD grads selected in NBA Draft


By Adrian Martin For The Star A culmination of dreams and tireless work came to fruition last Thursday for the Harrison Twins. Who would have thought the two young, amazingly athletic sophomores that enrolled at Travis High would win a UIL state championship, compete in two NCAA Final Fours, and be prospects in the 2015 […]

CIVIL SERVANT OF THE WEEK: U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class C.J. Pacheco


By Michael Sudhalter U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class C.J. Pacheco, a Richmond resident, proudly served three tours of duty in Iraq. “There was a lot of camaraderie between the soldiers and the Iraqi people,” Pacheco said. “We created partnerships and long-lasting friendships.” Pacheco, 31, served his first tour when Operation Iraqi Freedom started in […]

Culver retires from 240th District Court

Judge Tommy Culver retired from the 240th District Court at the end of June, and Gov. Greg Abbott will appoint a judge to serve the rest of his term, through the end of 2016. A March primary, followed by a November general election, will be held to determine the next full-term judge of the 240th. […]

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