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Officer Carrizales awarded Congressional Medal of Bravery

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By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com With tears rolling down her face, former Stafford Police Officer Ann Carrizales accepted the Congressional Medal of Bravery, which was presented by U.S. Rep. Pete Olson (R-Texas). “It’s bittersweet to receive this medal,” said Carrizales, who joined the Meadows Place Police Department last month. “My heart hurts from the tears my […]

County puts $98.5 million facilities bond on November ballot

BOB HEBERT
COUNTY JUDGE

Staff Reports The Fort Bend County Commissioners Court unanimously decided to put a $98.5 facilities bond on the Nov. 3 ballot. The upcoming ballot will feature the facilities bond and some state referendums, so County leaders expect informed voters to head to the polls. The following November is a Presidential Election year and could prove […]

Sugar Land’s Maddie Marlow enjoys country music success

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By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com Sugar Land native Maddie Marlow has played an important role in sparking an important conversation in country music. Marlow, 20, represents one half of the country music duo, Maddie & Tae, which enjoyed a No. 1 song with “Girl In A Country Song.” The duo’s first album, “Start Here”, debuts on […]

Roberts Wealth Management to ring Opening Bell at New York Stock Exchange

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April Roberts and Paul Roberts Jr.’s presence has been requested on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange at 9:30 a.m. (EST) on Thursday, Aug. 27 for the Opening Bell Ceremony. April and Paul represent Roberts Wealth Management (RWM) as a member of the Global Financial Private Capital ‘s (“Global Financial”) advisor network. April […]

Civil servant of the week: Meadows Elementary’s Shelly Puckett

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By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com Sugar Land resident Shelly Puckett has enjoyed her role as the librarian at Meadows Elementary School in Meadows Place over the past decade. “I consider myself the grandparent of the building,” Puckett said. “I get to see and teach all of the kiddos. I enjoy all of the things I love […]

Newland project could bring 3,000 new jobs to Sugar Land

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By S. Barot For The Star Development giant Newland Communities presented Sugar Land Planning and Zoning Commission with a “conceptual by nature” presentation in July, which showed renderings and made references to a Town Square-like property near the Smart Financial Centre. Planning and Zoning Commissioner Carl Stephens noted that people were against the proposed 900 new […]

Gov. Abbott appoints Chad Bridges to fill Culver’s term as 240th Judicial District Court judge

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Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Chad Bridges of Sugar Land as judge of the 240th Judicial District Court in Fort Bend County for a term set to expire at the next general election in November 2016. Chad Bridges has practiced law in the Fort Bend County District Attorney’s Office for more than 12 years; he […]

Stafford’s Chief Krahn to retire after 45 years in office

BONNY KRAHN
DIRECTOR OF EMERGENCY SERVICES 
AND STAFFORD POLICE CHIEF

Bonny Krahn, Stafford’s Director of Emergency Services and Stafford Police Chief, announced his retirement after 45 years with the city. Krahn expects to retire at the end of September, and Stafford will look to hire his successor. “This is 45.5 years of my life right here – I have a lot of mixed emotions,” Krahn […]

Sugar Land to re-purpose Smithville soon

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Staff Reports – Sugar Land’s residential housing market is booming, so it’s extremely rare to see any homes that are eyesores. The good news for local residents is that they’re going away soon. A property named Smithville, west of Hwy. 6 and north of U.S. 90-A, provided housing for prison guards for the Central Unit. […]

COMMENTARY: Making the case for cleaner air in the state of Texas

STEVE BROWN
FORMER RAILROAD 
COMMISSIONER CANDIDATE

In 1967, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered a speech where he reminded us about the fierce urgency of now.  In it he said, “We are now faced with the fact that tomorrow is today.  We are confronted with the fierce urgency of now.  In this unfolding conundrum of life and history, there is such […]

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