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Civil War weekend

(Photo by Joe Southern)

U.S. Navy reenactors engage in a Civil War battle reenactment Nov. 19 during the annual Civil War Weekend at Liendo Plantation. Each year on the weekend before Thanksgiving, Liendo Plantation hosts one of the largest Civil War reenactments in Texas. This year thousands of people came out to watch hundreds of reenactors in period dress […]

Ethics commission fines Missouri City councilman for faulty campaign reports

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By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star A Missouri City councilman who serves on the city’s Finance and Service Committee was fined by the Texas Ethics Commission for multiple errors in his campaign finance reports, including failing to file financial disclosures of political contributions, loans and expenditures. During a preliminary review hearing in […]

Memphis upsets Houston 48-44, Herman heads to UT


By Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star The University of Houston started out slow, made a furious comeback, but fell short at the end of the game, losing to Memphis 48-44. Also on Saturday, Tom Herman resigned as head coach at the University of Houston to take a similar position at the University of […]

Deck the Halls with the Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra on Dec. 4


The Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra’s most popular concert of the year is Deck the Halls, a family-friendly opener to the joyous holiday season. Patrons are encouraged to plan early to obtain the best seats. The afternoon is a Christmas stocking full of holiday music, shopping opportunities and special surprises for the little ones. It will […]

Arbor Day in Sugar Land

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Arbor Day in Texas is the first Friday in November, but on Nov. 15 the Alexander Hodge Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Sugar Land Garden Club, and a Boy Scout working toward his Eagle award, joined together to have five red bud trees planted at the Sugar Land Memorial Park. Two […]

Missouri City man guilty of murdering his wife


Daniel Mark Politte was sentenced to 85 years in prison on Nov. 10, after a jury convicted him of murder just days earlier. The 32-year-old Missouri City man was charged with shooting and killing his wife, Stephanie Kirkpatrick Politte, in their Missouri City home in 2014. According to Chief Family Violence Prosecutor Amanda Bolin, Daniel […]

Mom says adoption worth the effort


By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star Married to her best friend and watching her two young children play together in their Halloween costumes, Kasey Gillespie Eaglin smiled with the realization, “my family is complete.” It was a long time coming. Which is why the Missouri City mother is speaking out during National […]

Texans come to Stafford

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Houston Texans linebacker Whitney Mercilus was the guest of Texans Radio hosts Marc Vandermeer, Drew Dougherty and Deepi Sidhu Tuesday evening during the weekly Texans radio talk show on KILT SportsRadio 610 AM. Tuesday’s show was live from the Fuddruckers in Stafford. Several fans came out to enjoy dinner and watch the show.

I picked up my local newspaper and then this happened…


As we prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving, please allow me to give you something to be thankful for beyond our families, friends, homes, jobs, health and the usual litany of things we all count as blessings in our lives. I want you to be thankful for the things in life that are true. We have come […]

Sugar Land Holiday Lights returns to Constellation Field


The 3rd annual Sugar Land Holiday Lights begins Nov. 25 through Jan. 8 at Constellation Field. Every night the ballpark will be lit up in a dazzling display. This year they have added 500,000 lights and eight new themes, giving guests over 2.5 million lights to view. A visit will be filled with holiday lights, […]

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