Winner gets $10K; one royal judge hails from Buckingham Palace By Donna Hill For the Fort Bend Star It was a royal banquet fit for a king – or a queen. Last week, nine chefs cooked their best culinary creations of chicken, and pork and shrimp, and battled it out in the kitchens at Ben E. Keith Gulf Coast, a food distributor in Missouri City, eager to win the first … [Read more...] about Texas Renaissance Festival hosts a Royal Chef Showdown
The Sugar Land Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing on a draft Land Use Plan on Oct. 26, at 6:30 p.m., at Sugar Land City Hall, 2700 Town Center Blvd. North. The Land Use Plan, also known as Chapter 6 of the city’s Comprehensive Plan, outlines policy direction and guidance for land-use decisions; establishes a vision for land use; and identifies an action … [Read more...] about Public hearing set for land use plan
I was in the fourth grade when my friend Kevin McConnell convinced me to give this Cub Scout thing a try. He was having a great time with it and figured I would too. So I joined and thus began a lifetime of fun and adventure. Almost all of my buddies were in Scouts in Pack 161 at Niwot Elementary School. We did all kinds of fun, cool stuff like go hiking, race pinewood derby … [Read more...] about Boy Scouts provided a lifetime of adventure, but what now?
Heard graduated from Kempner in 1993 By Joe Southern firstname.lastname@example.org When Jason Heard graduated from Kempner High School in 1993, he was just 16 and left for college in Denton at the Texas Academy of Math and Science. The 40-year-old made a triumphant return Oct. 19, leading the vaunted United States Air Force Thunderbirds as they flew in for the Wings Over … [Read more...] about Sugar Land native commanding Air Force Thunderbirds
Dear Fort Bend Star readers, As some of you may have noticed, our website has not been updated yet. This is a temporary problem and we hope to have new content soon. Please keep checking back. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Sincerely, Joe Southern Editor … [Read more...] about Website updates temporarily delayed