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Brazos Bend State Park seeks volunteers

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Want to make a serious commitment to a whole lot of fun? Become a member of the Brazos Bend State Park Volunteer Organization (BBSPVO). Staff is accepting applications for the next round of training that will take place Sept. 10, 17 and 24. All three dates are mandatory. Park staff is seeking outgoing, self-motivated individuals […]

Skeeters edge closer to playoffs

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By Bill McCaughey For the Fort Bend Star Patrick Palmeiro’s bases loaded double in the 12th inning Sunday allowed the Sugar Land Skeeters to salvage last week’s road trip and pick up a game on the York Revolution. The Skeeters ended last week with three wins and three losses and moved into second place, two […]

Governor appoints locals to state boards

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Gov. Greg Abbott recently appointed Ali Zakaria of Sugar Land to the Advisory Council on Cultural Affairs and Joe Ann Clack of Missouri City to the Texas Board of Respiratory Care. Abbott named Ruth Ruggero Hughs as chair and Steven Nguyen as vice-chair of the Advisory Council on Cultural Affairs and appointed them to terms […]

Storms Over Sugar Land

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This is a multiple overlaying photo composition about the thunderstorm over Sugar Land on May 27. The photos were taken from Imperial. The two chimneys in the middle of the picture belong to Nalco.

Celebrate America at Fourth Annual Star Spangled Spectacular

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The City of Sugar Land’s Fourth of July Celebration is scheduled for Monday, July 4, from 6-10 p.m., at Constellation Field, 1 Stadium Drive. Gates will open at 5:30 p.m. This year’s event will highlight America’s favorite sport – baseball! Before the event moves to its new home near Sugar Land Memorial Park, the Sugar […]

Check your tires this summer before travel

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U.S. Rep. Pete Olson, R-Texas, checks the air pressure of a patron’s tire at Discount Tire, 4507 Highway 6 in Sugar Land on June 1 to promote safer driving this summer travel season.

FBISD unveils Educational Technology Master Plan

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Updated plan provides framework for technology needs to ensure student success At the June 6 meeting, an update for the Educational Technology Master Plan was shared with the Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees and district leaders. The plan’s primary purpose is to serve as a framework and set of strategies to establish the classroom […]

Sons of the American Revolution give portrait to school

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The Alexander Hodge Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution presented a portrait of George Washington to Dulles Middle School on June 2. Pictured from left are Carl Hill, president of the chapter, Tom Green, past state president, Dee Knox, principal of Dulles Middle, Tom Meinecke, past chapter president, and Matthew Lobin, eighth grade […]

Sugar Land to seek public input for city’s ethics code

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City of Sugar Land’s Citizens Ethics Task Force has scheduled a meeting on July 7, at 6 p.m., at Sugar Land City Hall, 2700 Town Center Blvd. North, to receive public input on the city’s Ethics Code for elected and appointed officials. The city council adopted the code in 2005 and changes in state law […]

Houston Symphony bringing free community concerts to area schools

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By Donna Hill For the Fort Bend Star The Houston Symphony knows how to entertain. And now they can bring their music – free – to your neighborhood this summer. The Summer Community Concert Series, recently held at Dulles High School’s Rodgers Auditorium, featured dynamic musical performances for the entire family. The symphony presented a […]

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