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Joella Mullis, RE/MAX Southwest, wins Top Producer Award

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During this week’s recognition of leading real estate professionals  from the RE/MAX of Texas Region, JOELLAMULLIS of RE/MAX Southwest captured a Top Producer Award, ranking 15 among the Houston Council of RE/MAX Agents   for the 3rd quarter, 2013 in earned commissions. Mullis, a member of the RE/MAX Hall of Fame, Platinum Club, and LIFETIME […]

Are you experiencing back pain?

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Unfortunately, bone and joint disorders and deformities are often the underlying cause of serious back pain and can most definitely hurt you. The good news? There are treatments that can help alleviate chronic back pain, including therapies, medication and minimally invasive surgery. “Low back pain is among the most common medical ailments,” says Benoy Benny, […]

Brothers busted in raid on their home

By LeaAnne Klentzman  Three brothers were busted in a raid in the Park Pointe subdivision in Fort Bend county just north of the Sugar Land city limits. In the early morning hours of Thursday, April 17, 2014 the Fort Bend Narcotics Task Force executed a raid on the Quddusi home in the 11900 block of […]

Day of Impact

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Reading Garden  The Vineyard Church Stafford/Sugar Land volunteer Pat Dorsey does some planting at the Stafford MSD Reading Garden while Ademay Pol looks on.  They were just two of the more than 100 Vineyard volunteers who spent the church’s annual Day of Impact on April 12 serving the Stafford, Sugar Land and surrounding communities.  Church […]

Missouri City, Harris County Partner for 9-1-1 Education Month

Missouri City is partnering with the Greater Harris County 9-1-1 Emergency Network (GHC 9-1-1) to promote April as “9-1-1 Education Month,” a month dedicated to encourage residents to register wireless phones online for emergency alerts and understand how to properly make an emergency call. Throughout the month, a “Help 9-1-1 Help You” commercial will also […]

County Judge urges water safety

Pictured L to R:  County Judge Bob Hebert; Simon DeSoto, US Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District; Jesse Deshotels, US Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District

County Judge Bob Hebert Declared the Month of April as “Learn to Swim Well” month during Commissioners Court on Tuesday, April 8,  and urged all citizens to increase their knowledge of water safety. With the arrival of summer months and increased outdoor recreation, the US Army Corps of Engineers – Galveston District,  reminds everyone to […]

Practice tests provide help with classes and jobs

Fort Bend County Libraries’ LearningExpress Library is an online resource that provides interactive practice exams for a variety of studies, from elementary grades to college, as well as tutorials that help adults improve computer skills, create job-search materials, or prepare for career exams. Library staff at the Mamie George Branch Library, 320 Dulles Ave, Stafford, […]

FBISD’s 2014 Elementary and Secondary Rookie Teachers of the Year named

FBISD’s Elementary and Secondary Teacher of the Year Judging Committees met and reviewed all campus nominations and selected six Rookie Teachers of the Year. Since all FBISD campus nominees truly represent the best new teachers, it is always difficult for the judges to narrow it down to only six. Selected as the District Elementary and […]

FBISD recognized for reducing energy use by in EPA’s ENERGY STAR® National Building Competition

Fort Bend ISD announced that its buildings successfully crossed the finish line in EPA’s 2013 ENERGY STAR National Building Competition: Battle of the Buildings. In its fourth year, the competition featured buildings from across the country racing to improve energy efficiency, lower utility costs, and protect health and the environment. Together, competitors cut their energy […]

Crockett MS National Junior Honor Society collects bears for EMS

Pictured (front row, kneeling from left) are: Crystal Arellano, Kennedy Jackson, La Shae Clark; and (back row): NHJS co-sponsor Elizabeth True, members of the Fort Bend EMS, Emmanuel Macil, Henry Nguyen, Matthew Manalang, Cathy Tran, Aisha Aweys, Nawal Adan, Kelly Chau, Tine He, Jimmy Nguyen, Giovanni Amadi, and NJHS co-sponsor Adela Parnell.

Members of the Crockett Middle School National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) collected more than 30 stuffed toy animals from school and community members who took part in their Teddy Bear Drive. The drive benefitted the Fort Bend Emergency Medical Services in their efforts to provide toy bears to young children during crisis situations. EMS presents […]

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