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Two juveniles arrested in Aggravated Robbery case

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Two juvenile males, both 16, have been arrested for Aggravated Robbery in the Fresno area this week. At about 10 p.m. Dec. 3, two masked and armed suspects robbed a woman and stole her Toyota Sienna van. The incident occurred at the Crossroads Market, located in the 1400 block of Trammel-Fresno Road. In the early […]

Fort Bend deputies placed on paid leave for boat repossession


By Michael Sudhalter Fort Bend Sheriff’s Office deputies Gregory Goode and Marcelo Garcia are on paid administrative leave, pending a Chambers County investigation into a questionable boat re-possession last week. Efforts to reach the Chambers County Sheriff’s Office were unsuccessful. Goode and Garcia traveled to Beach City – about 60 miles east of the […]

Heritage Baptist to host Christmas services

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Brian Simmons

In a manger 2,000 years ago, a lifeline was thrown out to all humanity. Every single human was separated from God by their sin. But Jesus Christ, God Himself, came to earth as a baby, lived a sinless life and was crucified for our sins, taking our place and making atonement for us so that […]

Stallions defeat Gators for league title


This year the Sienna Stallions finished their 10th anniversary season with a bang. The Sienna Stallions comprised of five different levels:  flag, freshman, sophomores, juniors and seniors – ranging in age from 5 – 12 years of age made a splash in the Fort Bend Youth football league by having four of the five levels […]

Letter to the Editor 12/10/14

Recently Scott McClelland, Chair of the Greater Houston Partnership’s Education Advisory Committee and President of the Houston Division of HEB, and Jim Postl Greater Houston Partnership Board Member, made a presentation to school board trustees who collectively represent 1.1 million students residing within the greater Houston metropolitan area at the Region 4 Education Center. Their […]

Dear Tabby: Does your dog need duds?


Dear Tabby, Does my dog need cold-weather clothes here in Houston? I see dogs wearing sweaters and have even seen them wearing boots. Am I a negligent pet owner if my dog doesn’t have a wardrobe? — Feeling guilty in Richmond Dear Guilty, Don’t worry. The mere fact that you’ve reached out to ask this question […]

Sheriff shuts down Richmond game room

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After a lengthy investigation, Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office personnel shut down a game room being operated in the Richmond area. The Game Room is located in the 2000 block of U.S. 90A East and opened in July, 2014. At about 10 p.m. Saturday, Sheriff’s Office personnel executed a search warrant for the offense of […]

COMMENTARY: Local boxing writer shows his big heart


Writing about something and actually doing it are two completely different things. Rosenberg resident Kelsey McCarson discovered that firsthand when he decided to raise money for a 6-year-old boy, Corbin, suffering from Bone Cancer. Corbin lives in McCarson’s hometown of Tyler, and McCarson heard about Corbin’s cancer from family and friends in the East Texas […]

A new toy will get you into the annual Fort Bend Holiday Bowl


The holidays are upon us and one of the best ways to kick off the season is to attend the Battle of the Bend, the ninth annual Fort Bend Holiday Bowl. The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office Enforcers will be taking on the Sugar Land Police Department Chargers at 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6 at […]

Fort Bend County Employees Receive Service Awards

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