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Rangeland Energy signs lease for Class A office space in Sugar Land Town Square


Rangeland Energy Signs Lease for Class A Office Space in Sugar Land Town Square Rangeland Energy has leased 8,199 square feet of Class A office space in Sugar Land Town Square, the vibrant shopping, dining and entertainment destination at U.S. 59 and Highway 6. The midstream energy company will relocate its headquarters to 2150 Town […]

Austin Volleyball qualifies for State Tournament

The Austin High volleyball team qualified for the state semifinals for the first time in program history. The Bulldogs will face Conroe Oak Ridge at 6 p.m. Friday in the UIL Class 6A Semifinals at the Culwell Center in Garland.  (Photo courtesy of Graith Photography)

The Austin High volleyball team has only lost two matches all season. If the Bulldogs win two more, they’ll become Fort Bend ISD’s first state champion in volleyball. Austin (45-2) will face Conroe Oak Ridge (35-6) in the Class 6A State Semifinals at the Culwell Center in Garland – near Dallas – at 6 p.m. […]

Houston Methodist Primary Care Group celebrates the opening of their new location near Sienna Plantation


Houston Methodist Primary Care Group celebrated the official opening of its new location near Sienna Plantation, Lake Olympia and Riverstone with an open house enjoyed by over 250 attendees. The new facility – located at 8330 Highway 6, Missouri City, Texas, just west of Sienna Parkway – houses three family medicine physicians: Adelola Ashaye, M.D., […]

HCC student from Stafford helped trap ‘Godzilla’ alligator

Stafford resident Christy Kroboth is a state-licensed alligator trapper who helped trap the “Godzilla” alligator in Sugar Land.
(Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

By Michael Sudhalter The 13-foot, 900-pound alligator that visited the Home Depot parking lot in Sugar Land earlier this month garnered international headlines. Lifelong Stafford resident and Houston Community College student Christy Kroboth was one of the individuals responsible for securing the aptly named “Godzilla” and relocating him to an alligator farm in El […]

How soon could Sugar Land see a female mayor?

Mary Joyce is running for the Sugar Land At-Large Position 2 council seat. If Joyce is elected, Sugar Land will have three female council members for the first time in the city’s history.

By S. Barot For The Star With half of the Sugar Land’s population being female, there is still a lack of gender parity in city politics. Nevertheless, Sugar Land has more women on Council, compared to Missouri City and Stafford. Both of those cities currently only have one sitting female council member. Since 1959, 16 […]

Sugar Land male model on best seller book covers

Book signing with author/publisher Stephanie Taylor and Rob Bierman in Dallas in May

By Elsa Maxey Twenty-five year old Rob Bierman of Sugar Land is on his way to expanding what may be a career as a book cover model, something that started quite accidentally. Already the cover model on two #1 international bestsellers, the 2009 Clements High School and recent Texas A&M University graduate started out by […]

The Exchange Club of Fort Bend, Second Mile Mission and Toys for Tots

The Exchange Club of Sugar Land will participate in the Toys For Tots program this year. (Submitted photo)

The Exchange Club of Sugar Land, Sugar Land Rotary, The Exchange Club of Fort Bend, Second Mile Mission and Toys for Tots, have partnered in a joint community service project to provide thousands of toys for Fort Bend County children this Christmas. Parents in need are sent invitations to visit Santa’s Exchange and “shop” for […]

Fort Bend ISD Board expects improvements at schools that didn’t meet state standards


Staff Reports Sixty-seven of Fort Bend ISD’s 70 campuses met the standards of the State Accountability Ratings for a total of 96 percent. But FBISD board president Grayle James, speaking on behalf of the board of trustees, said the board won’t be satisfied until those statistics are 70-of-70 and 100 percent. The three campuses that […]

Joanne Ray Walling

Joanne Ray Walling

March 27, 1927 – November 10, 2015 JOANNE RAY WALLING, 88, passed away peacefully on November 10, 2015 in Sugar Land, TX. She was born on March 27, 1927 in DeQuincy, LA. She is preceded in death by her son, Bill Walling; mother, Kathleen Powell and son-in-law, J.C. Burnhan. She is survived by her husband […]

Letters to the Editor 11/18/15

Make military service mandatory… You are correct in suggesting that all American citizens should serve two years, mandatory, in service to our nation.  We should all be vested and involved in our nation.  Perhaps, immigrants under 30 should be obligated to serve, as well.  I would never know how to put together a project so […]

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