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A gift for a lifesaver


By Deborah Rowe For the Fort Bend Star One young man’s act of heroism has not gone unnoticed. A local resident bestowed a $1,000 scholarship to a young man for saving someone’s life. Missouri City resident and Elkins High School senior Dante Baker is a lifeguard. What started as an ordinary day at the pool […]

Construction begins for Smart Financial Centre Public Plaza

The City of Sugar Land’s newest public plaza, as well as the Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land being built in partnership with ACE SL, LLC, both recently reached major milestones.  Pictured are City of Sugar Land officials breaking ground on the new public plaza. From left to right are First Assistant City Manager Steve Griffith; Assistant City Manager Jim Callaway; Councilmembers Steve Porter, Joe Zimmerman and Himesh Gandhi; Mayor James Thompson; Councilmembers Amy Mitchell, Harish Jajoo and Bridget Yeung; City Manager Allen Bogard; and Assistant City Manager Mike Goodrum.

Sugar Land recently began construction of a 2.88-acre public plaza next to the Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land, a live entertainment venue located near University Boulevard and U.S. Highway 59. Substantial completion of the plaza and the Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land is expected by this fall, with a formal grand opening event […]

Clements student wins $120,000 H&R Block scholarship

Clements High School senior Angela Lin is overjoyed to be named the H&R Block Budget Challenge grand prize scholarship winner in a surprise announcement at her school’s year-end senior awards night on May 17 in Sugar Land. Lin beat out more than 150,000 students in the nationwide personal finance competition, taking the top honor and a $120,000 scholarship.

By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star With two brothers already at the University of Houston, Clements High School senior Angela Lin really didn’t know how her family could help her get into college. Last year she participated in the H&R Block Budget Challenge, a 10-week financial literacy competition that her teacher was […]

Skeeters player recalls risky boat ride from Cuba

Johan Limonta slides into third base during a recent home game for the Sugar Land Skeeters. Limonta is a Cuban refugee who risked his life to play ball in America. 
(Photos by Jacob Vyner)

By Bill McCaughey For the Fort Bend Star Around 10 a.m. on Sept. 24, 2004, Johan Limonta, 18 years old at the time and now an outfielder with the Sugar Land Skeeters, received a phone call that changed his life forever. The caller told Limonta, who was living in Havana, Cuba, to be at a […]

Skeeters bite Bees in first game, get stung in next two

Ricky Hague loses his grip on the bat during Tuesday’s game against the New Britain Bees. 
(Photo by Joe Southern)

By Bill McCaughey The Sugar Land Skeeters returned home from a weeklong road trip on Tuesday, May 31, and rallied from a 7-2 deficit to beat the New Britain Bees 10-7 in the first-ever meeting of the two teams at Constellation Field. Both teams were quiet in the first two innings with the Bees getting […]

Are you living with Parkinson’s disease or essential tremor?

Toby Yaltho, M.D

A movement disorder results from the alteration of communication between the brain, muscles and nerves. Parkinson’s disease affects more than one million Americans and is the second most common neurodegenerative disease after Alzheimer’s disease. Approximately 60,000 Americans are diagnosed with the disease each year. Toby Yaltho, M.D., fellowship-trained movement disorders neurologist at Houston Methodist Sugar […]

Wildlife Center of Texas needs help helping flooded wildlife

Oyster Creek is a virtual lake Wednesday, June 1, 2016, as viewed from the 3400 Block of Oyster Cove Drive. The creek has over flowed its bank and is the highest is has ever been.

The death toll continues to rise as Texas’ relentless floods claim more lives, both human and animal. Native wildlife are struggling to keep their heads above water. Immediate distress calls are pouring in to The Wildlife Center of Texas to help animals trapped in rushing flood waters. Just as human families are being forced from […]

More flooded areas in Fort Bend County at Oyster Creek Missouri City

(Photo by Jo.L. Keener)

Clifford Newton, left and Amanda Weldon view the street flooding in Missouri City, On Hampton Street, Wednesday, June 1st, 2016. The flooding caused by storm drains unable to handle the rain water runoff backed up and flooded streets.


(Submitted photo)

Someone placed a lifejacket on a statue of a boy in Sienna Plantation that was partially submerged by floodwaters from the Brazos River recently.

Rosenberg Rotary Club scholarships


The Rosenberg Rotary Club presented four scholarships to graduates from area high schools. Each student received scholarships of $1,000. At left is club President Hugh Conway and far right is Vincent Mannino, who was the scholarship chairman. Honorees are shown by name, high school and the college they will attend. Winners were: Lupita Nowak, George […]

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