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Behind the scenes with the Skeeters’ Swatson

BehindtheScenes

See Related Article: One-on-one with Swatson By Joe Southern jsouthern@fortbendstar.com When it comes to the Sugar Land Skeeters, Swatson the mascot is a big, fat, green, fuzzy deal. The mischievous mosquito is a fan favorite at Constellation Field. Touted as the “best mascot in the Atlantic League,” Swatson is active on game days on the field, […]

City manager Allen submits proposed Sugar Land budget

ALLEN BOGARD
SUGAR LAND CITY MANAGER

Sugar Land City Manager Allen Bogard recently submitted to city council a proposed $260.4 million budget for fiscal year 2017. The focus of the proposed budget maintains existing service levels but adds no new services except for the completion of Brazos River Park and the Festival Site, projects approved by voters in 2013. Anticipating higher […]

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office Citizens Police Academy holding registration

(Submitted Photo)
Motorcycle deputies Joe Lancaster, left, and Chris Bronsell, right, discuss what it’s like to be a “motorcycle cop” for the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office during a recent Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office Citizens Police Academy session.

The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications to attend the Citizens Police Academy this fall. The program consists of 11, 2½-hour courses held consecutively on Thursdays from 6:30-8:30 p.m., beginning Aug. 18 and concluding on Nov. 3. Everything needed for the course is supplied free of charge and will take place at the […]

Fort Bend County encourages private water well owners to test water annually

FBEncourages

It is important for Fort Bend County residents using a private water well to safeguard the quality of the water for their families. Because water quality can be affected by many variables, the first step is to test the water. Neighboring water wells may draw from the same water table or zone. Therefore, it’s important […]

Six vie to be Fort Bend County Fair queen

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Pictured from the left are 2016 Fort Bend County Fair queen candidates Alyssa Flowers, Kennedy Paige Johnson, Megan Lepovitz, 2015 Fort Bend County Fair Queen Hannah Eicke, Katie Koerth, Samantha Sebesta and Savannah Fernandez.

Six young ladies have registered to run for the 2016 Fort Bend County Fair Queen. Alyssa Flowers, Kennedy Paige Johnson, Megan Lepovitz, Katie Koerth, Samantha Sebesta, and Savannah Fernandez will be vying for the queen’s crown, leather sash and their place in fair history. The young lady who is declared the winner will participate as […]

Constellation Field has the county’s largest restaurant

Diego Cuellar (left to right), Jessica Matthews, and Guadalupe de Avila at the Tex-Mex station.

By Bill McCaughey For the Fort Bend Star On the Fourth of July, Greg Hernandez and Tait Guthrie opened their restaurant doors and invited in their guests. By 6 p.m. many of the 8,606 guests were ready to eat. Hernandez, general manager of hospitality services, and Guthrie, executive chef, manage the food service for the […]

Skeeters start slow after all-star break

Photo by Joe Southern
Beamer Weems goes to bat for the Skeeters in a game earlier this season. He was named the Fort Bend Star’s Skeeter of the Week for having a .500 batting average, a double and an RBI during the short week after the all-star game.

By Bill McCaughey For the Fort Bend Star The Sugar Land Skeeters started slow after the all-star break, losing their first three games to the Bridgeport Bluefish. They begin a three game home stand on Friday against the York Revolution before going on a 10-game road trip. ALL-STAR GAME The Freedom Division beat the Liberty […]

Sugar Land receives $500,000 donation for Cullinan Park development

SLReceives

The Cullinan Park Conservancy’s recent contribution of $500,000 to the City of Sugar Land is a milestone in the future development of Cullinan Park – 754 acres of mostly inaccessible forest and wetlands north of Sugar Land Regional Airport. The donation was made possible, in part, by The George Foundation’s commitment of $1 million and […]

Sugar Land dentist provides $10,000 in free dentistry to veterans in need

Dr. Jacob Dent presents a check to a representative of Pinups for Patriots.

Sugar Land Modern Dentistry and Orthodontics provided more than $10,000 in donated dentistry to nine retired U.S. military veterans on May 28. Sugar Land Modern Dentistry and Orthodontics also raised $1,100 for Pinups for Patriots by offering 10 percent off dentistry to patients with a donation of $10. Sugar Land Modern Dentistry and Orthodontics teamed […]

Sugar Land student wins Don’t Mess with Texas college scholarship

DontMesswithTexas

The “Don’t mess with Texas” litter prevention campaign started 30 years ago, before today’s high school seniors were born, but Eugena Choice of Dulles High School in Sugar Land is being recognized by Keep Texas Beautiful and the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) for her effort to share the program’s litter-prevention message with her community […]

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