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Memorial Hermann Health Plan launches seminars to discuss Memorial Hermann Advantage plans and benefits

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Choosing a Medicare Advantage Plan during the Annual Election Period (AEP) – which started Oct. 15 and goes to Dec. 7 – can be difficult and oftentimes confusing process for some seniors. There are dozens of plans available – all with different costs and levels of coverage. Memorial Hermann Health Plan wants to help take […]

Liendo Plantation hosting Civil War Weekend

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Step back in time at Liendo Plantation for an up close and personal look at life during the period of the American Civil War this weekend. Held annually the weekend before Thanksgiving near Hempstead, Civil War Weekend is an event with something for everyone. Visitors are educated and entertained by dedicated living historians who portray […]

Sugar Land’s fall, winter city event lineup released

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Sugar Land’s most anticipated annual events are on the horizon. All of the events are fun, free and located in the heart of the city at Sugar Land Town Square. On Thursday, Dec. 1, from 5 – 8 p.m., Santa Claus comes to town for Sugar Land’s Christmas Tree Lighting. Enjoy some of the community’s […]

Missouri City stuffing trucks with food

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Community unity will shine through again this year in Missouri City as citizens and the city partner to host the eighth annual “Operation Thanksgiving—Stuff the Squad Car and Fire Truck!” on Saturday, Nov. 19, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Public Safety Headquarters, 3849 Cartwright Road. All city departments are collaborating to sponsor the […]

Fort Bend ISD board names key priorities for the legislature

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As the Texas 85th Legislative Session nears in January 2017, the Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees developed a comprehensive legislative agenda in five key areas in support of the 74,000 students who attend Fort Bend ISD schools and of the 10,000 employees who work on behalf of these students to help meet their education […]

Citizen’s Police Academy changes attitudes of graduates

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The 2016 graduating class of the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office Citizen’s Police Academy.

By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star Last in a series Before she walked into the first Citizen’s Academy class, the thought of being stopped on the road by the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office filled Margaret Materre with apprehension. She shared her concerns with Sheriff Troy Nehls the first day of class. […]

Animal shelter, hospital host mega pet adoption weekend


Swatson helps promote pet adoptions By Donna Hill For The Fort Bend Star Swatson, the mascot of the Sugar Land Skeeters baseball team, found time from his usual gig of running the bases to promote a local animal hospital and Petsmart Charities National Adoption Weekend. Lexington Boulevard Animal Hospital celebrated 30 years of service by […]

Missouri City moves elections to November


At their Oct. 17 meeting, Missouri City council members voted 4-3 to approve a resolution that will move the city’s general elections from May to November. Section 6.01 of the city charter provides that elections for the mayor and the at-large city council members must be held in May of each even-numbered year, and elections […]

Best in the West returns to raise funds for Arc of Fort Bend

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Guests at Best in the West enjoy some dancing at last year’s event.

Before you carve the turkey this Thanksgiving, join The Arc of Fort Bend County’s “Best in the West” 38th annual fundraiser. The tradition of endless top auction action, socializing, and a good time is Saturday, Nov. 19 at the George Ranch arena. Over 600 auction items will be available to the highest bidder in either […]

Renaissance festival racking up records

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Adam “Crack” Winrich makes an attempt to reclaim his world record for “Most Whip Cracks in One Minute with Two Whips.” He made the attempt during a performance last Saturday at the Texas Renaissance Festival. It will be a week or two before the Guinness Book of World Records confirms it.

By Joe Southern jsouthern@fortbendstar.com Now in its 42nd year, the Texas Renaissance Festival is taking a crack at some records, both locally and worldwide. The popular festival held weekends each October and November in the bustling hamlet of Todd Mission, just north of Magnolia, has been breaking some of its own attendance records. It set […]

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