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New university coming to Meadows Place/Stafford area area next year


By Michael Sudhalter North Fort Bend County is quickly becoming an area for higher education. Stafford – already the home to a large Houston Community College campus – will have a new institution of higher learning, nearby in Meadows Place. North American University (NAU) will relocate from its current campus in North Houston to 11929 […]

Missouri City Ballet Company celebrates excellence in dance

A still of the Sugar Plum Fairy and the Prince from the 2014 production of the Nutcracker.  (Submitted Photo)

By S. Barot For The Star Since 2011, the Missouri City Ballet Company has worked to produce pre-professional ballet productions. Artistic Director Sharon Teague, a 14-year veteran of the Houston Ballet, trains young dancers to prepare them for entry to a professional dance company or a summer program. D’Ann Shaver – Gimenez, founded the Company, […]

Singletary set to headline Fort Bend Fair on Sunday

Daryle Singletary

By Michael Sudhalter Twenty years after releasing his self-titled debut, Daryle Singletary is still recording traditional country music. Some things never change, as Singletary was an exception to the rule in the pop-country centric mid 1990s as well. “I’m a fan of traditional country music – I have no problem with other types of […]

Skeeters succeed with fan satisfaction

The Sugar Land Skeeters surveyed fans and had approval ratings in the high 90s. (Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

By Michael Sudhalter The Sugar Land Skeeters may not have qualified for the playoffs this season, but they managed to finish first in the hearts of their fans. “We’re trying to win the Atlantic League title every year,” Skeeters Chief Customer Officer Steve Kahan said. “But whether we win or lose the championship, it’s […]

Star wins three awards at TCNA conference


The Star received three honors – a gold, silver and a bronze – at the Texas Community Newspaper Association Conference last weekend in San Antonio. The awards were a reflection of the hard work and dedication of the entire Star team. The first place award came in “Original Photography”, from a photo taken last spring […]

Sugar Land cancer patient will help design float in Rose Bowl Parade


Staff Reports Peyton Richardson, a 13-year-old Sugar Land resident who is being treated for acute lymphocytic leukemia, is looking forward to helping design a Rose Bowl Parade Float early next year. Richardson and her parents will also have the opportunity to ride on the float during the 127th Rose Parade on New Year’s Day 2016. […]

Rafael Palmeiro surprises Skeeters fans

Four-time MLB All-Star Rafael Palmeiro, who turns 51 years old on Friday, played three games for the Sugar Land Skeeters last weekend during the team’s final home stand. 
(Photo courtesy of the Sugar Land Skeeters)

Staff Reports Most baseball fans will remember Rafael Palmeiro for his 3,020 career hits and two decades with the Cubs, Rangers and Orioles, and of course, the controversy that ensued after he tested positive for an anabolic steroid a decade ago. But last weekend, Palmeiro was a proud papa who got to share a dugout […]

CIVIL SERVANT: Fort Bend Sheriff’s Deputy Jeff Martin


By Michael Sudhalter There were two constants in Jeff Martin’s life when he was growing up. He moved all over Texas, from the Piney Woods to the Mountains of El Paso as the son of Texas Highway Patrolman who continued to rise through the ranks. Being around law enforcement inspired Martin to pursue a […]

NEWS BRIEFS: Sugar Land Girl Scout’s Destinations trip takes her through many landscapes of Scotland


Catherine Phillips, a senior at George Ranch High , participated in Girl Scouts of the USA’s Destinations travel program over the summer, traveling to Scotland. Destinations are travel adventures for Girl Scouts ages 11 and older that take them to places all over the world and give girls the chance to meet other Girl Scouts […]

ATHLETE SPOTLIGHT: Clements High’s Lauren Stifflemire


By Michael Sudhalter How did you first get interested in volleyball? When did you start playing? “I tried dance,soccer, softball, gymnastics, and then once I tried volleyball I fell in love. I started playing when I was 8.” What do you consider the highlight of your volleyball career? “Making varsity as a freshman.” Do […]

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