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Fort Bend County approved for vote centers

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Fort Bend County was notified by the Texas Secretary of State that its application to participate in the Countywide Polling Place Program has been approved for the Nov. 3 election.  The implementation of this program will mean that any eligible Fort Bend voter can cast an Election Day ballot at any county polling location.  The […]

Missouri City’s new HCC campus delayed due to County Facilities Bond


By Michael Sudhalter Missouri City’s new Houston Community College (HCC) campus was set to be built on Texas Parkway by January 2017, but it will be delayed by a months – or possibly longer. The construction of the $21.5 million campus is part of an elaborate development plan that involves Missouri City, HCC, Fort […]

Stafford church robbed twice in as many months


Michael Sudhalter – Fellowship of Praise Pastor David Kent has a clear message for the thieves that visited his Stafford-based church twice over the past two months. “Jesus loves you, but He doesn’t like what you’re doing,” Kent said. “We’ll be praying for you, but we will prosecute you to the fullest extent of […]

CIVIL SERVANT OF THE WEEK : Rosas reaches 30 years of service with Fort Bend County


Michael Sudhalter – Stafford resident Virginia Rosas has served the public in many different ways over the past three decades. Rosas, a Court Coordinator for Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, the Hon. Mary Ward, has worked as a court coordinator for several judges over the past 30 years. “I makes sure everything runs […]

Reynolds, Brown trade barbs long before March primary


By Michael Sudhalter – The 2016 Democratic Primary is more than five months away, but the rhetoric in the campaign is already heating up in District 27. State Rep. Ron Reynolds (D-Missouri City), a three-term incumbent, could face his first primary challenge since 2010, on March 1. Missouri City resident Steve Brown, a former […]

Willowridge to induct 12 individuals, two teams to WHS Wall of Honor

Fort Bend ISD Superintendent Dr. Charles Dupre, left, Willowridge High graduate and former NBA player T.J. Ford, center, and Willowridge High principal Joe Chandler, right are looking forward to the WHS Wall of Honor Banquet on Sept. 19 at The Power Center. (Submitted Photo)

By Michael Sudhalter – T.J. Ford competed in an NCAA Final Four, played nearly a decade in the NBA and traveled around the world. And while he’s proud of it all, the 32-year-old has never forgotten his roots as a 2001 Willowridge High graduate. He led the Eagles to state championships as a junior […]

COMMENTARY: Missouri City can’t afford another HCC hiccup

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Quick, do you remember where you were the first time you heard Johnny Cash sing “I Walk The Line”? Spoiler alert if you missed Cash’s 2005 biopic – he didn’t “walk the line” until the very end of the movie. Sure, that worked for him – becoming a legend, riding off into the sunset with […]

Weather derails Quail Valley City Centre profit projection


By Michael Sudhalter The city of Missouri City predicted a small profit for City Centre at Quail Valley in Fiscal Year 2015, but Mother Nature had other plans. “For the Year-to-Date, actual net loss is $133,851 versus a budgeted Year-to-Date profit of $3,434,” said Missouri City spokesman Cory Stottlemyer. “The budget was created with […]

Governor appoints two judges to local district courts

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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 […]

Fort Bend Junior Service League Sustainers get new members

(l-r) Chasity Munn, Mary Favre, Joann Dunmire and Carolyn Bordelon (Submitted photo).

By Elsa Maxey The Fort Bend Junior Service League Sustainers, now a larger group, will continue to strengthen and support the work of the Fort Bend Junior Service League (FBJSL).  The FBJSL women’s organization is committed to promoting volunteerism aimed at helping the Fort Bend community along with the Sustainers and a new ensemble of […]

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