Willowridge students, staff to begin school year at Marshall High

Willowridge High School students and staff members will begin the 2017-18 school year at Marshall High School as cleanup efforts continue at the WHS campus. The school year begins on Aug. 22, and the Fort Bend Independent School District is planning a Community Forum and Celebration on Wednesday, Aug. 16, so that the community can […]

Man wants Missouri City to put a lid on trash can fines

He claims the city is using the fine to generate income, not help the community By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star Is Missouri City treating its citizens like trash? That’s what one resident believes who questions an ordinance that he says has raised more than a half a million dollars extra for […]

Filing period opens for Missouri City elections

The application period for election to the Missouri City City Council opened July 22 and will close Aug. 21. The city’s General Election Is Tuesday, Nov. 7. The open seats include districts A, B, C and D. The term of office for the positions is two years — November 2017 to November 2019. Applications for […]

Emery to seek re-election to Missouri City Council

Floyd Emery, first elected to the Missouri City Council in 2011 will seek re-election in the November 2017 General Election. He represents Missouri City District D, which includes Quail Valley, Lake Olympia, Lakeshore Harbour, Creekmont South, Silver Ridge, Newpoint and several other developments in the Quail Valley and Sienna areas. During these six years he […]

Missouri City Branch Library closing a year for renovations

Fort Bend County Libraries’ Missouri City Branch Library, located at 1530 Texas Parkway, will close for renovations beginning Monday, July 31. The library will remain closed for approximately 10 to 12 months. Renovation and expansion of the Missouri City Branch Library is the first phase of a $19.8-million bond referendum approved by voters in November […]

Reynolds to address Missouri City Leadership Luncheon

State Rep. Ron Reynolds, D-Missouri City, will be the guest speaker at the Missouri City Leadership Luncheon on Thursday, July 13, at 11:30 a.m. at Ben E. Keith Foods, 1 Ben E. Keith Way. This will be an opportunity for people to hear an overview of the 85th Legislative session. The cost is $15 and […]

Missouri City Pops celebrates 30 years of entertaining Fort Bend communities

By Donna Hill For the Fort Bend Star Thirty years is a long time to be making music together. Missouri City Pops, a group of diverse musicians who perform year-round all over Fort Bend County, play together, laugh together and overall, have a really good time together. They play oldies, current hits, show tunes, classics, […]

Missouri City outlines sidewalk repair plan

In 2014, the citizens of Missouri City approved a bond referendum whereby sidewalk repair/replacement was identified as one of the recipients of funds from the bond issue. Further, in 2016 additional funds were also earmarked by the City Council for that purpose. Collectively, approximately $2 million was committed to sidewalk repair and replacement, all of […]

Missouri City to hold Juneteenth celebration

The Missouri City Juneteenth Celebration Foundation’s (MCJCF) annual weeklong celebration from June 12-18 will once again recognize community leaders who go above and beyond to give back to the “Show Me City” and all Fort Bend communities. During the fall of 2002, District B Councilmember Don Smith organized residents, business owners, and stakeholders within Missouri […]

Hurricane Lane now open in Missouri City

Construction on Hurricane Lane, which began last June is now complete and the roadway was to open to all traffic on Tuesday, May 23, weather permitting. A new two-lane roadway was constructed to extend Hurricane Lane north from Trammel-Fresno Road to Lake Olympia Parkway where it will connect to the Fort Bend Tollway. The Texas […]

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