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Bruce White Hill

(1960 – 2015) BRUCE WHITE HILL, age 54, born in Louisiana on September 13, 1960, passed away in Houston, Texas, on Monday, January 12, 2015, after a four year battle with leukemia. Always an outdoor adventurer he loved the beach, the sun and all things to do with water. He enjoyed water skiing, diving and […]

THE FUTURE LIES AHEAD

Lynn Ashby

THE GROCERY STORE – Every year about this time these trashy magazines we see in racks by the checkout counter stop running headlines such as “Did Rob’s Baby Have Horns?” or “Jana and Lance – Kidnapped By Martians?” I have no idea who Rob, Jana and Lance are, and really don’t care. But these lurid […]

OUR YEAR OF TEARS

Houston, we don’t have a problem. Well, some problems. True, 2014 was when we saw big changes in sports, plus a quick about face in City Hall and Finger Furniture went out of business – again. So let’s look at these past 12 months. For Rice’s Honorarium: Rice President David Leebron received $1.5 million in […]

Pet of the Week 12/31/14

Meet Gisele. Gisele is a 3 year old, spayed Russian Blue girl who loves to snuggle in a warm lap. Much like her super-model namesake, this Gisele and sleek and exotic. In Russian folklore, Russian Blues were seen as good luck. Wouldn’t you like to have a little good luck in the new year? If […]

THE YEAR OF THE RAT

Lynn Ashby

What a year it was! Military victories, parades, the troops came home, there was peace on earth and prosperity in the land. The year I am speaking of is 1945, of course, because 2014 was a real downer. Here in Texas, we elected or re-elected some strong arguments for Santa Anna’s return. The happy folks […]

Letter to the Editor

To the editor: Your recent story about Fort Bend Deputies on paid vacation had an incorrect headline. This was not a repossession, it was a theft. There is no reason to pay deputies who committed a theft. Taxpayers deserve better. Michael Lee

OUT IN THE COLD

Lynn Ashby

THE KITCHEN – Here it is, strong and white, a huge testimony to modern technology and lots of cold cash, so to speak. My new refrigerator. You probably have such an appliance in your home, most people do. Perhaps also one in your office and car, maybe on board your 110-foot-long yacht, in your plane […]

Reagan M. Walter

May 18, 1969 – December 14, 2014 Reagan M. Walters, age 45, died December 14, 2014, in Houston, Texas. Reagan is survived by her husband, Brian Walters, of Sugar Land; her mother, Marilyn Rawson of Richmond; her father Robert Rawson of Llano; an uncle Archie Milam, cousins Alan and Adam Milam, nieces Allison and Bethany […]

Arlene Soto

June 18, 1982 - December 8, 2014

June 18, 1982 – December 8, 2014 Arlene Soto, 32, passed away on December 8, 2014 in Sugar Land, Texas. Funeral services were held at 12:00 noon, Monday, December 15, 2014 at Sugar Land Mortuary. Ms. Soto was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She was a loving young lady who had a heart for helping […]

Pet of the Week 12/10/14

Copper

Meet Copper. This neutered, 3 year old Golden Retriever/Shepherd mix is an active boy! Copper loves to run, play and is an extremely high jumper (which his new family will need to accomodate). He’s smart, loving and would make the perfect family pet. Could Copper come spend the holidays with you? Contact Sugar Land Animal […]

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