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COMMENTARY: Criticize Dupre, but leave teacher credential talk out of it

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Fort Bend ISD Superintendent Dr. Charles Dupre is taking some heat from Facebook commenters for a recent proposal that would change State Board of Educator Certification (and Texas Administrative Code) requirements. Currently, superintendents must have a teaching certificate, and the proposal would change that. Although he has a Master’s in Educational Administration and a Doctorate […]

Letters to the Editor 08/19/15

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Kudos to The Star “I have always said if the Fort Bend Star would actually print real stories and not the pandered stories put out by local government officials that their readership would go up tremendously. I also stated at the time that they might lose a few advertisers that would not be happy with […]

Missouri City council member hopes local post office shapes up


By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com Missouri City at-large council member Jerry Wyatt can’t do anything about improving the U.S. Post Office at 1902 Texas Pkwy., but he’s still going to try. “It’s dirty, and that’s not right,” Wyatt said. “People don’t have a choice when it comes to the Post Office. They’re captives to the Post […]

Missouri City native will ride bike to Alaska in hopes of curing cancer


By Keon Broadnax For The Star There are many ways to spread awareness about cancer, but one Missouri City resident is looking to do that through the Texas 4000 next year. Sarah Qureshy, a University of Texas senior biochemistry major and Lamar Consolidated High graduate, chose  the Texas 4000 because it offers a unique opportunity […]

Missouri City switches trash contract to WCA


The Missouri City council voted to authorize an agreement with WCA Waste Corporation for residential, commercial and municipal solid waste and recyclable materials collection service, effective on Jan. 1. The city previously contracted through Republic Services. WCA was one of eight contractors who put out a bid on Trash services in Missouri City, and their […]

Individualized Medications at Sienna Compounding Pharmacy

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What do you do when you need a medication that is not commercially available?  Your baby needs a diaper rash ointment, eczema cream or lansoprazole suspension for acid reflux.  Your teenager needs a customized acne medication.  You would like to try bioidentical hormone replacement therapy or an anti-aging cream tailored for your sensitive skin.  Maybe […]

Sugar Land EMS now offers Pain and Seizure Medications for Patient Care


By S. Barot For The Star Jan. 1 saw the launch of a new ambulance service in Sugar Land and thus far, it has been a success. However, the Sugar Land Fire Department rolled out two drugs last Monday that were not available in the ambulances before. The drugs, Versed and Fentanyl, are both controlled […]

Three Sugar Land attorneys to serve on Sandra Bland investigative committee

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By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com Three of the four attorneys on the Sandra Bland investigative committee are defense attorneys in Sugar Land who previously worked as prosecutors in the Fort Bend District Attorney’s Office. In an effort to provide a transparent investigation, Waller County District Attorney Elton Mathis asked that Sugar Land defense attorney Lewis White join a […]

Missouri City POA to host September 11 Charity Golf Tournament


By Elsa Maxey elsa@fortbendstar.com Missouri City’s Amy Robinson, long-time mainstay supporting public safety and the Missouri City Police Officers Association, announces one of this area’s events in remembrance of 9-11-2001, also referred to as patriot day.  As those of us who experienced the terror whether there or not, this was when the twin towers in […]

Beating the Heat before Beating the Competition


Most of us are trying to stay inside when the summer heat and humidity is at its peak. But for many athletes, that’s not an option. While baseball and softball season may be drawing to a close, training for fall sports like football and cross country is just getting started.  July and August are typically […]

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