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LUCINDA “CINDY” KAY ANDERSON

Lucinda “Cindy” Kay Anderson

OCTOBER 1, 1954 – JULY 14, 2016 Lucinda “Cindy” Kay Anderson, 61, of Richmond, Texas passed away on Thursday, July 14, 2016 in Sugar Land, Texas. She was born on October 1, 1954 in Sugar Land, Texas to Sally Mae (Garnoski) and James Williams Anderson, Jr. Cindy graduated from John Foster Dulles High School in […]

Sugar Land student wins Don’t Mess with Texas college scholarship

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The “Don’t mess with Texas” litter prevention campaign started 30 years ago, before today’s high school seniors were born, but Eugena Choice of Dulles High School in Sugar Land is being recognized by Keep Texas Beautiful and the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) for her effort to share the program’s litter-prevention message with her community […]

Clements student honored by Exchange Club

Han Wen Zhang of Clements High School was honored as Exchange Club of Sugar Land’s Student of the Year. She was introduced by Sugar Land Council Member Amy Mitchell and ECSL President-Elect Carlos Perez.

Han Wen Zhang from Clements High School was honored as of the Student of the Year by The Exchange Club of Sugar Land. Han Wen is not only an AP National Scholar, but is fluent in English, Chinese and French. She has been issued a diploma of proficiency by The French Ministry of National Education […]

Men for Change awards $18,000 in scholarships to FBISD students to support college careers

Men for Change members shown with 2016 scholarship award winners saint and Will Ross.

Men for Change (MFC) recently honored 15 Fort Bend ISD graduating seniors with scholarships totaling $18,000 during the organization’s 2016 Scholarship Awards Banquet, held at Quail Valley City Centre. The FBISD honorees were among more than 20 seniors in Fort Bend County honored with MFC scholarships this year. “We look forward to presenting scholarships each […]

UH System regents approve development of new campus in Katy

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Working to expand higher education opportunities in Katy and West Houston, the University of Houston System has announced plans to purchase 46 acres and build a state-of-the-art academic building in the fast-growing suburban area. The new site will be known as UHS University Park. UH System regents approved the purchase Thursday. “This purchase signals a […]

WCMC awards scholarships and charitable donations

The Woman’s Club of Missouri City awarded five Missouri City graduating seniors with $1,000 WCMC Legacy Scholarships during its May 3 meeting at First Methodist Church of Missouri City. Receiving the scholarships are, left to right, Saimol Edaparampil (Elkins); Jenny Chang (Elkins), who received The Jo Butterfield Scholarship, Travis Crissman (Elkins), Erin Breaux (Hightower) and Mohammad Abdel-Aziz (Elkins). WCMC has awarded $65,000 in scholarships to Missouri City graduates since 2003.

The Woman’s Club of Missouri City (WCMC) celebrated its 60th Anniversary on May 2 by receiving a proclamation from Missouri City Mayor Allen Owen and ended the year on a high note May 3 in the fellowship hall of The First Methodist Church of Missouri City. The time-honored organization awarded five scholarships to deserving Missouri […]

Sibling success: Brother and sister have adjoining restaurants

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By Joe Southern jsouthern@fortbendstar.com When it comes to competition in the restaurant business, there is no sibling rivalry here. In fact, there is no competition. They’re actually quite complimentary. Vasos Bar-B-Q has been a Sugar Land staple for nearly 30 years. For the past few months, the owner of Vasos has been anonymously helping his […]

Sugar Land approves targeted tax cuts for homeowners

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Sugar Land City Council took the first step to approve targeted tax cuts for homeowners on June 21 by voting to increase the homestead exemption from 8 to 10 percent, effective with 2016 values. The decision, based on a recommendation by Director of Finance Jennifer Brown, reduces the taxable value of homesteads by 2 percent, […]

Fort Bend ISD students to benefit from expanded tuition-free college courses

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Beginning in the fall of 2016, all Fort Bend ISD high school students in the Dual Credit program will have the opportunity to enroll in tuition-free courses through Houston Community College (HCC). Students who pass the classes earn college-level credit – a big savings for them in the future. FBISD students have been taking advantage […]

We didn’t start the fire but 2016 is burning

JOE SOUTHERN
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It’s hard to know what to say. Here we are just past the halfway point of 2016 and the world has lost its mind. I’m reminded of the Billy Joel Song “We didn’t start the fire.” Remember that one from 1989 where he belts out a stream of names and events broken up by the […]

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