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Online school offers alternative to public school


By Deborah Rowe There are many alternatives to public schooling. Texas Connections Academy is a public virtual online school that has benefited one young Missouri City resident. Luis, 14, and his father live with Margaret Abete, Luis’ grandmother. Margaret has played an integral role in helping Luis achieve academic excellence. Luis has been attending Texas […]

Richmond to vote on changes to charter

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The Home Rule City Charter of the City of Richmond was adopted in May 2013 and has served the city and its citizens well. As a city’s charter is a flexible tool allowing for revisions to a city’s structure, a review of that charter, by law, occurs no later than the fifth year, after initial […]

Stafford baseball coach dies unexpectedly


Stafford High Head Baseball Coach Michael Mesa passed away unexpectedly Friday night at the age of 26. He had just completed a game of paintball with his family, when he collapsed. Efforts to revive him were unsuccessful, and an autopsy to determine his cause of death is currently underway. Funeral services will be held Friday […]

Ice skating rink closes, community rallies behind it


By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star It’s more than a building. That is the message the owners of the Sugar Land Ice and Sports Center received from Houston area ice lovers upon hearing the building was permanently closed. Necessary repairs to the compressors and dehumidifiers needed to maintain required ice temperatures prompted […]

Sugar Land candidates square off at forum

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By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star Seated with a stack of petitions before her of proposed changes that never happened, Sugar Land City Council candidate Diana Miller said the papers were proof that the city ignores its constituents. She scoffed at earlier comments from mayoral candidate Joe Zimmerman who said he would […]

Skeeters start season 3-1 against Bluefish

Jeff Dominguez hits a solo home run Thursday to start the scoring for the season for the Sugar Land Skeeters. The Skeeters beat the Bridgeport Bluefish 4-1.  (Photo by Joe Southern)

By Joe Southern Jeff Dominguez belted a solo home run in the fourth inning and followed it with a two-run double in the fifth to help lead the Sugar Land Skeeters to a 4-1 Opening Day victory over the Bridgeport Bluefish Thursday at Constellation Field. The Skeeters went on to defeat the Bluefish 6-4 […]

Super Senior 55+ Breakfast is in Stafford, May 13

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Community involvement is the cornerstone of a quality school district, and that’s why Stafford Municipal School District is continuing its Super 55+ Seniors Breakfast Program. Some of the attendees have grandchildren who attend SMSD, but the common thread is that all of the seniors care deeply about the Stafford community. There’s one more opportunity this […]

Fort Bend Habitat for Humanity helps families achieve dream of home ownership


By Joe Southern Byron and Lauren Bimage were living a normal suburban life in Fresno when in 2012 they found out Lauren was pregnant with their second child. When the pregnancy caused Lauren to become bedridden, it cost her employment and some much needed income. “We weren’t financially able to stay in our home,” […]



Children at The Honor Roll Preschool in Missouri City explored a bug’s life in celebration of Earth Day Friday as they released more than 1,000 ladybugs throughout the schoolyard and back into the environment on plants, flowers and trees. Students dressed for the occasion in the likeness of ladybugs, wearing red and black colors and […]

Boy Scout Fair

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Members of Boy Scout Troop 1000 in Richmond cooked and served nearly 700 Krabby Patties (mini hamburgers) at the Scout Fair held April 16 at NRG Arena. Thousands of Scouts participated in the annual event hosted by the Sam Houston Area Council. Troop 1000 won third place for its booth and took second place in […]

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