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EDGE program offers new approach to education

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By Donna Hill For the Star Inspiring students to achieve success in school is the goal of every parent and teacher. This fall, students at two Fort Bend ISD elementary schools will benefit from a new learning ex-perience, designed to meet the needs of Fort Bend ISD’s most challenged students and campuses. The new program, […]

Fort Bend ISD’s Jerrie Kammerman receives U.S. Department of Defense Patriot Employer Award

Pictured (front row, from left) are: Reggie Brown, Dzeinus Ralleca, Darius Williams, Captain Jeanene Holliday, Erick Russell, MCMS Principal and award recipient Jerrie Kammerman, Congressional Community Liaison Clarence Holliday, Sr., Del Waller; and (back row) Michael Guillory, Jailen Rice, Lamont Vaz, Malachi Limuel, Deleon Cherry and Isaih Limuel.

Jerrie Kammerman, principal at Missouri City Middle School (MCMS), is the recipient of the U.S. Department of Defense Patriot Employer Award, presented by Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR). The Patriot Employer award recognizes employers who support their employees who serve in the National Guard or Reserve through such measures as arranging flexible […]

New canine flu poses threat to Houston Pets

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What you need to know and how to protect your dog The Houston Humane Society (HHS) is warning pet owners about the dangers of the new canine flu and is now stocking the vaccine at their low cost Animal Wellness Clinic. What is the new canine flu? An influenza A strain, the “new flu” is […]

Skeeters acquire Major League infielder Andy Laroche


The Sugar Land Skeeters announced they have acquired infielder Andy LaRoche from the Wichita Wingnuts (AA) for a player to be named later. LaRoche, 32, appeared in 26 games last season for Wichita after being acquired by the Wingnuts on Aug. 11, 2015. He batted .269 with six home runs and 23 RBI. He was […]

Civil Servant of the Week: Stafford College and Career Center teacher Korya Carvin


The Stafford Municipal School District puts a great deal of emphasis on its College and Career Center at Stafford High. Nearly all of the 1,000 students at the SHS campus participate in the program, so it’s no surprise that the district hires teachers with real world experience in their field of expertise. One of those […]

City of Richmond’s surface water treatment plant to begin construction

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The City of Richmond has awarded the contract for construction of the surface water treatment plant to LEM Construction Company who will begin work immediately to fulfill the 2016 deadline mandated by the Texas Legislature. The Texas Legislature created the Fort Bend Subsidence District in 1989 to prevent subsidence (sinking of the land) within the […]

Harvest Green holds huge open house

Jennifer Busch of Meadows Place watches her daughter pet a lemur named Gizmo, held by Taylor Stayton.
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By Theresa D. McClellan Fort Bend Star Correspondent After spending a couple hours Saturday at the neighborhood grand opening festival, friends and neighbors Anita Hunt-Nelson and Holli Walker made a return trip Sunday to bask in their decision to buy homes in Harvest Green, Houston’s first farm and garden focused community in Fort Bend County’s […]

Target’s donation goes to helping kids in the county

On hand for the check presentation from Target were, from left, Capt. James Burger, Deputy Harold S. Barnes Jr., Deputy Michael Messina, Sgt. Roger Barton, Sheriff’s Office Grants Director Robin McGuire, Deputy Terrence Greene, Store Team Leader Jessica Szota, Target Assets Protection Team Leader Brandon Andersson, Sheriff Troy E. Nehls and Major Chad Norvell.

The Target Corporation recently donated $5,000 to the Kids & Cops program. Store Team Leader Jessica Szota and Target Assets Protection Team Leader Brandon Andersson presented the check Wednesday, March 9, to Sgt. Roger Barton and Sheriff Troy E. Nehls. The Kids & Cops, Inc. is a non-profit organization comprised of deputies from the Fort […]

LEAF offers teaching scholarships

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Want to make a difference? Send a message to the future. Teach. To help defray the cost of college, the Lamar Educational Awards Foundation is awarding one-time $500 scholarships to three Lamar CISD paraprofessionals. Applicants must be a non-certified employee working toward a teaching certificate. Lamar CISD employees who plan on working in the field […]

Ray Elementary student wins HLSR art contest

Ray Elementary third-grader Jeremiah Castrillon named Elementary Champion at this year’s HLSR Art Show.

The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is a time for students to show off the animals they have raised. Or, in the case of Ray Elementary third-grader Jeremiah Castrillon, the animal he drew. Castrillon’s work, a chalk and glue relief, titled “The Bright Chicken,” was named Elementary Champion at this year’s HLSR Art Show. Prior […]

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