By Michael Sudhalter firstname.lastname@example.org Cat French knows that Kendleton Farms is a direct result of prayer and years of hard work and determination. French, the director of the Houston-based non-profit Elijah Rising, has been one of the most active voices in the campaign against Human Sex Trafficking nationally. Elijah Rising, a Christian-based non-profit, takes its […]
By Michael Sudhalter email@example.com American slavery was abolished 150 years ago, but today, the problem persists in an unsettling development known as Human Trafficking. According to the non-profit Polaris Project, “Human Trafficking is a form of modern slavery where people profit from the control and exploitation of others.” The two types of Human Trafficking that […]
Meadows Place PONY Baseball Bronco Division All-Stars won the Coast Region Section Championship, finishing undefeated earlier this month in the PONY Section tournament in Conroe. Meadows Place beat the Huntsville and Kingwood All-Stars to reach the championship game in the double elimination tournament. They won the championship game Monday night against Kingwood.
By Michael Sudhalter firstname.lastname@example.org For Glenn and Justin Cloud, law enforcement runs in the family. Glenn is a police officer with the Katy ISD Police Department, and his son, Justin, is a Deputy with the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office. The Clouds shared some of their perspective on working in law enforcement with us. How […]
Front Row (includes kneelers): Logan Urreizteita, Calvin Lopez, Carter Friedman, Owen LaRocca, Christian Anhaiser, Travis Bell, Brooke Spiwak, Haggen Nguyen. Back Row: Coach James Anhaiser, Ryan Alaniz, Cade Lubojasky, Jason Brown, Richard Hoke, Jackson Davenport, Coach Rick Bell, Coach Javier Urreizteita.
Memorial Hermann is set to open a new Convenient Care Center (CCC) August 3 in Sienna Plantation. The new facility, the Memorial Hermann Convenient Care Center in Sienna Plantation, will be the fourth CCC to open in the Memorial Hermann Health System. Memorial Hermann currently operates CCCs in Pearland, Summer Creek and most recently Katy. […]
The Sugar Land Skeeters came up big for the Freedom Division in the All-Star Game, hosted by the Bridgeport Bluefish at Harbor Yard. Travis Scott broke a 1-1 tie in the top of the eighth with a two-RBI double to right-centerfield to garner MVP honors. Derek Blacksher pitched a scoreless third inning with two strikeouts […]
Sugar Land City Council approved a $500,000 design contract with Brown & Gay Engineering for the expansion of State Highway 6 from Brooks Street to Lexington Boulevard. The project marks the third and final phase of the Highway 6 expansion in Sugar Land. There is no completion date set at this time. The completed corridor […]
Texas Woman’s University brought home a national championship from the HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) 2015 National Leadership Conference. Another TWU team also was a national finalist at the conference, held last month in California. A team that included consisting of Barbara Guzman of Missouri City, Janine DelaCueva of Sugar Land won first place […]
Missouri City Green received several prestigious awards at the 48th Annual Keep Texas Beautiful Conference in Fort Worth, including recognition as a Gold Star Affiliate. KTB awarded Missouri City Green second place in the 2015 Governor’s Community Achievement Award in their population category (65,001-90,000) based on activities in 2014. Activities often included working in conjunction with […]