Letters to the Editor 08/31/16

How to outsmart red light cameras in Sugar Land Dear Editor, Here are the ways that drivers who are disadvantaged by not being clairvoyant can reliably avoid red light camera tickets. One way is to avoid the RLC enforced intersection. Another is to comply with the following five rules: 1. Approach every RLC as though a […]

Letters to the Editor 08/17/16

We love ’em to death Dear Editor, Today’s 10 highest grossing box office releases are about animals, including: “Finding Dory,” “The Jungle Book,” “Zootopia,” “The Secret Life of Pets,” and “Kung Fu Panda.” Nearly half of our households include a dog and nearly 40 percent have a cat. Two thirds of us view them as […]

Truth no defense in red light camera case

Dear Editor: After two hearings it seems apparent that when it comes to red light camera cases, the City of Sugar Land is not first and foremost interested in truth, but fines; revenues, not justice; money, not safety. A few months ago, I received a $75 ticket in the mail after my vehicle was photographed […]

Schools need better food

Dear Editor, My name is Alexander De Maio and I am a Boy Scout in Troop 441 in Sugar Land. I am writing to you as because I am working on my Boy Scout’s Communications merit badge. During the end of my 8th grade year at First Colony Middle School I started to notice how […]

Scout applauds city council action

Dear Editor, My name is Andrew Sobrinho and I am a Boy Scout in Troop 1631 in Sugar Land. I am contacting you as I am currently working on my Boy Scout’s Communications merit badge. One of the requirements for the merit badge is “writing to the editor of a magazine or your local newspaper […]

Area must plan better for flooding

Dear Editor, You are to be highly commended on your June 8 opinion piece, “If you live in a swamp you have to expect to get wet.” It is most refreshing and gratifying that you had the fortitude to point out the truth, even though it is undeniable, and blatantly obvious. For decades, admitting this […]

Try not judging others

Dear Editor, Try this. When you get up in the morning, tell yourself that you “will not judge a single person today” and then see how it goes. If you are lucky, and if you don’t look at your TV, IPAD, or smartphone, you might make it an hour. To live by the teaching, “do […]

Reconsider Ted Cruz

Dear Editor, Overall, I liked your article (The four horsemen of the political apocalypse are upon us, March 30). Interesting, well written and funny. But I will nitpick one or two parts. Does it really matter that Ted Cruz did not move to Texas until he was 3 years old? If you had been born […]

Letter to the Editor 03/16/16

Dear Editor, We truly appreciated the Opinion on Feb. 17, spotlighting The First Tee of Greater Houston at Quail Valley and the many benefits for area students and volunteers who participate in the program. As you pointed out, The First Tee provides kids with invaluable tools to succeed in life, their communities and in business […]

Letter to the Editor

KUDOS ON FIRST TEE ARTICLE Your article on the First Tee was very good.  While you gave a paragraph to Linda E and Roger regarding starting up First Tee at Quail Valley, they deserve many paragraphs.  Linda convinced the Ladies Golf Association and the Quail Valley Exchange Club to ante up for initial funding.  The […]

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