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Where the wild things are

Don’t abuse the animals. Ray the blind six-foot alligator is headed to a rescue farm. Someone didn’t heed the Gator Squad’s don’t feed, don’t taunt, don’t abuse message and shot this gator in the eye.  (Photo by Theresa D. McClellan)

By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star After the rains came, their phones rang at least twice a day with calls for help with an errant alligator in a neighborhood. That’s because the flooding displaced the watery creatures from their homes in ponds and swamps, says Christy Kroboth, certified alligator trapper, educator and […]

Building strength

Sunni R. Ewing of Fort Bend County wins recognition.
Photo submitted by Brandon Countee

By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star Last year Sunni Ewing was a special education teacher looking to make her way into the world of bodybuilding competition. The Fort Bend County resident claimed first prize even beating the men in National Gym Association competition at the Stafford Civic Center. Now a pro, she […]


(Photo by Joe Southern)

Fireworks lit up the sky Monday night for Sugar Land’s Independence Day celebration at Constellation Field. The Skeeters were unfriendly hosts to the New Britain Bees, beating them 2-1 in a seven-inning game before the pyrotechnic show. The team set an attendance record with 8,606 fans at the ballpark for the game and fireworks display.

Mosquitos and Zika – preventative measures


By Donna Hill For the Fort Bend Star Fort Bend County officials have determined Aerial Vector Mosquito spraying is unnecessary for mosquito populations within the county, because mosquito counts remain low. Yet, since the May floods, Fort Bend County’s Road and Bridge Department monitors the mosquito population, and will continue spraying within a three mile […]

Skeeters honor Matt Wright with bobblehead

The Sugar Land Skeeters honored retired pitcher Matt Wright, pictured here during a game last year, with a bobblehead giveaway on Saturday.  (Photo by Joe Southern)

By Bill McCaughey For the Fort Bend Star Matt Wright, a 16-year professional baseball player and former Sugar Land Skeeter, was honored by the team last Saturday by giving a bobblehead figurine of Wright to fans attending the doubleheader with Somerset. “My career is now complete now that I have a bobblehead,” Wright said when […]

Skeeters’ baseball camp teachers basics to youngsters

Skeeters pitcher Derrick Loop gives instructions to Nelson Klein.

By Bill McCaughey For the Fort Bend Star The 2026 Texas A&M men’s baseball team may have a first basewoman if Crystal O’Krinsky continues to follow her dream. Crystal was one of about 70 children, 69 boys and her, to attend the Sugar Land Skeeters Baseball Camp last Thursday. Crystal, 9 years old, plays first […]

Lt. Col. Trever J. Nehls promotion to Colonel


Richmond resident LTC Trever Nehls (left) is awarded a Meritorious Service Medal by Brigadier General Jeffrey C. Coggin, Commander of the 350th Civil Affairs Command (CACOM), Pensacola, Fla. Nehls successfully commanded the 490th Civil Affairs Battalion, Grand Prairie, from Aug. 19, 2014 to June 11 and has been selected for the rank of Colonel. Nehls’ […]

Veteran law enforcement officer Paul Mosley retires


Capt. Paul Mosley celebrated his 30th year with the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office in April, but besides a lengthy career in law enforcement, Mosley’s life has been an extraordinary journey. Mosley retired from the sheriff’s office April 29 and was honored with a reception at the Gus George Law Enforcement Academy, but law enforcement […]

Troop 731: Celebrates 25th anniversary, honors new Eagle Scouts

Troop 731’s new Eagles are, from the left, Thomas Madden, Samir Rahi. Bradley Nus and Dominick Trusko.

On the evening of May 14, Boy Scout Troop 731, founded in Sugar Land in 1991, celebrated its 25th anniversary at a dinner and Court of Honor held in the T.E. Harman Center on Matlage Way in Sugar Land. In recognition of the 25th anniversary, Amy Mitchell, member of the Sugar Land City Council and […]

Sugar Land police sergeant recognized for keeping children safe online

Sugar Land police Sgt. Matt Levan.

The Texas Center for the Missing named Sugar Land police Sgt. Matt Levan “TCM Friend of the Month” for June. Levan’s selection recognizes his work to promote online safety as an Internet Safety NetSmartz trainer; and the arrests of numerous predators through his participation on the Houston-Metro Internet Safety Crimes Against Children Task Force. As […]

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