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Eileen Alaminsky

December 5, 1926 – May 2, 2015 Funeral services for Eileen Alaminsky, 88, of Sugar Land, TX, are set for 11 AM Wednesday, May 6, 2015, at Garmany & Carden Funeral Directors Chapel, 3103 School Street, Needville, TX 77461, with Rev. Jeff Kluttz officiating. Burial will follow in Davis-Greenlawn Cemetery, Rosenberg, TX. Visitation will be […]

Nancy Cooper

April 21, 1957 – April 19, 2015 NANCY COOPER, a resident of Sugar Land for 32 years, went to Heaven on April 19, 2015, where she was welcomed home by her father Marinus Cooper; her beloved niece, Alissa Cooper Schoonmaker; her cousin, Steven Cooper; her grandparents; her aunt and uncle; and many other family members […]

Helen J. Emery

The Lord called home Helen J. Emery on April 29, 2015.  Helen was born in Youngstown, Ohio, the second child of Anthony and Mary (Bilinska) Luszcz.  She graduated from South High School in 1938, graduated from Youngstown University and attended Kent University’s master program. She was married to Kenneth R. Emery of Youngstown from May […]

Reaction to Ashby Column

I just received my copy of The Star today. It was quite refreshing to see that there was not a stupid, silly article by Lynn Ashby, making fun of Texas. If this guy is so against this state, I think he needs to pack his bags, drive through Houston, gather up a few liberal journalists […]

Addressing issues in Richmond…

Very sad to say that the City of Richmond and its building department officials are extremely hostile to small time construction people like myself. We have a small business and started construction at 2201 Thompson Rd. Richmond Texas, a small strip shopping place. After so much struggle with the city and spending so many thousands […]

Kristen Lynn Howe & Adam Jay Canow

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Kristen Lynn Howe and  Adam Jay Canow were united in marriage on Saturday, January 10, 2015 at three o’clock in the afternoon at St. Anne Catholic Church in Houston, Texas.  The double ring ceremony was officiated by the Reverend Jay Walsh of St. Anne Catholic Church.  Music for the ceremony was provided by Divisi Strings […]

Response to April 22 Sudhalter Column…

Editor: I appreciate your encouragement of dialogue and input into the current status of community affairs in Fort Bend County.  This area is rich in its heritage of decisive men and women who initiated positive change rather than following whatever the flavor of the day happened to be.  And we need to remember that America […]

LONE STAR RISING, ALMOST

Lynn Ashby

The U.S. Supreme Court has been dealing with the Texas state government’s refusal to allow the Sons of Confederate Veterans to put the Confederate battle flag (it was never the official Southern flag) on their personalized license plates. Wasn’t this decided at Appomattox? But there is still one little-known story about Texas and Dixie that […]

PET OF THE WEEK 04/22/15

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Meet Ellie Mae. Don’t let her name fool you: this Ellie Mae is no dumb, country-bumpkin. A people-pleaser by nature, Ellie Mae is intelligent and perceptive with her training. She loves other dogs and doesn’t bark much at all. Ellie Mae is a very special gal who would be a perfect fit for most any […]

COMMENTARY: YOUR PAPERS, PLEASE

Lynn Ashby

Anyone can spot events as they are occurring, but once again you and I are sharper than most by noticing what is not happening. There is not a flurry of emails, no callers to those nutty radio talk shows (“Rush, Obama has put Jell-O in my kidneys.”) and no alarms from unknown scientists who claim […]

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