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COMMENTARY: Missouri City extends a second chance to city executive

Michael Sudhalter

Please join The Star in extending a warm welcome to new Missouri City City Manager Anthony Snipes. For months, many Missouri City residents have been asking for fresh ideas and a new approach to challenges that the city faces such as updating outdated infrastructure, spurring economic development and ensuring the Quail Valley City Centre is […]

Stafford freshman steps up for undefeated Spartans


By Michael Sudhalter As the playoffs progress and the opponents become more challenging, Kirvin Bonilla knows the moment may arrive. The one where he’s called upon to make a game-winning field goal for the undefeated Stafford High football team. “At first, I was really nervous, but ever since I started making them, I started […]

Sienna Plantation resident avoids prison with guilty plea, return of funds


A Sienna Plantation man will avoid prison time after accepting a plea deal and returning the approximately $44,000 that he stole from the Sienna Plantation Youth Baseball League. “I want to thank and apologize to the court, prosecutors and especially to the little league. For my actions and everything.. So I’m just.. given the opportunity […]

Sugar Land to host public hearing on capping apartments at 200

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A public hearing will be held at the Planning and Zoning Commission meeting scheduled on Dec. 8 to consider the elimination of recent updates to the City’s Development Code and the addition of a provision limiting multi-family in planned development districts to no more than 200 units. Should the commission make a recommendation on Dec. […]

OakBend Medical Center – A Center for Change

CEO —OakBend Medical Center

CEO Joe Freudenberger talks future community plans at Center By Donna Hill For The Star In health care, life and death situations call for location, location, location. Joe Freudenberger, CEO of OakBend Medical Center, knows this is the future of medical care. As the CEO for over seven years, many consider him to be a […]

Fort Bend ISD Board Member KP George participates in leadership program

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KP George, a member of the Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees, joined 34 other school board members from across Texas at the kickoff session of the Leadership TASB Class of 2016, held in October. Selected by the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB), the group is participating in a yearlong education leadership study program. […]

Fort Bend Fresno Jets earn championships at cheer competition


Fort Bend Fresno Jets Cheer Team competed in the Texas Youth Football Association (TYFA) annual cheer competition last Saturday in McAllen. The team competed with teams from across the state of TX and brought home the top prize: Grand Champion –Game Day Division. Also, our 9 & up girls won first place in the Halftime […]

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital earns top grade for patient safety


Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital once again earned an “A” for patient safety in the Fall 2015 Hospital Safety Score ratings program. The Hospital Safety Score uses performance measures from a broad range of government and industry organizations – including the American Hospital Association, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and the Centers for […]

Sheriff’s Office says burglaries projected for 37 percent decrease

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Fort Bend Sheriff Troy Nehls is proud that the Sheriff’s Office is on track to have a 37 percent decrease in burglaries since 2012. “Our detectives are more accessible to burglaries,” Nehls said. “When citizens call to report burglaries, they’re actually going to see a detective.” The Sheriff’s Office had 1,672 reported burglaries in 2012, […]

CIVIL SERVANT OF THE WEEK: Meadows Place school nurse Pam Barnes


Are you from Fort Bend originally? If so, where? If not, where are you from? I am from Tulsa, Oklahoma originally.  I have lived in Sugar Land for 19 years. Where did you go to college? I received my Bachelor of Science degree in Biology at Oklahoma State University.  My Bachelor of Science in Nursing […]

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