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Sam Martin fires his gun at the advancing Mexican Army during a re-enactment of the Runaway Scrape held Saturday at George Ranch Historical Park. The annual event drew hundreds of spectators to the park. (Photo by Joe Southern)

Sheriff urges check for vehicle recalls after airbag death

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Deputy Danny Beckworth holds up the piece of shrapnel from a faulty airbag injector that killed George Ranch High School senior Huma Hanif in a minor traffic accident March 31. Looking on are Hanif’s brother, Faizan Hanif (center) and Sheriff Troy Nehls (right). (Photo by Joe Southern)

By Joe Southern jsouthern@fortbendstar.com The message borne of tragedy couldn’t have been any clearer: Check the recall messages on motor vehicles and get them fixed, especially if they are airbags. The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office held a press conference April 7 where Sheriff Troy Nehls, Deputy Danny Beckworth and Faizan Hanif, the brother of […]

Stafford boys soccer advances to regional quarterfinals


The Stafford High boys soccer team advanced to the UIL Class 4A regional quarterfinals for the second consecutive season after scoring a resounding 6-1 area victory over Bay City on Friday night at Spartans Stadium. “I’m very proud of our kids’ effort tonight – they played very well,” Stafford head coach Ruben Perez said. The […]

Fair manager steps away

Fort Bend County Fair Manager Susan Sillavan Forbes and her husband Shane at the 2015 Fort Bend County Fair.

The motivation behind the Fort Bend County Fair and Rodeo’s successes is a strong board and a fair industry icon named Susan Sillavan Forbes. Sillavan Forbes announced she will step away from her fair manager duties effective April 1. “I am stepping away from the daily operations but this gives me more time with my […]

25th-Ranked Blue Jays

(Photo by Joe Southern)

A Needville player slides safely into third base as Stafford’s Mathew Castaneda awaits the throw from the outfield during their game in Stafford March 29. The 25th-ranked Blue Jays got the best of the Spartans 10-4.

Jared A. Libin earns Eagle Scout rank

Jared A. Libin with Andy Ralph, Scoutmaster of Troop 1631. Libin received his Eagle Scout rank at the troop Court of Honor on March 21.

Brentwood College prep junior Jared A. Libin earned his Eagle Scout rank on Feb. 6, 2016. He joined the scouting program in first grade as a Tiger Cub with Pack 1882 at the age of 6. He became a Boy Scout in Troop 1631 in Sugar Land where he has been a member since fifth […]

Stafford High School standout Christine Egu awarded one of 5 Texas Children’s Defense Fund Scholarships

Christine Egu, Photo Courtesy of Stafford Municipal School District

By Elsa Maxey Stafford High School graduating senior, 18-year old Christine Egu, is a standout who has beat the odds in many ways. She’s about to be awarded a $5,000 scholarship from the Texas Children’s Defense Fund presented to raise awareness about the challenges facing youth and the need for continued advocacy and investment. Egu […]

Groups hold event to promote awareness of child abuse

No excuse for child abuse say more than 150 blue-clad Scouts and child advocates in recognition of Child Abuse Prevention Month. Organizers will blanket Fort Bend County inblue to raise awareness. (Submitted photo)

By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star Blue. The color of bruises. A feeling of depression. Now a symbol of hope. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and organizers intend to blanket Fort Bend County with the color of blue as a reminder that, “child abuse exists in every community.” Last Friday night […]

City, county tear down old pedestrian bridge


Ownership in question, no plan to rebuild By Joe Southern jsouthern@fortbendstar.com A decrepit pedestrian bridge in the Fonmeadow community was torn down Monday but will probably not be rebuilt, much to the dismay of local residents. “There are no plans to replace it. Nothing is in the works,” said resident Bruce Zaborowski. He is one […]

High school hosts Sugar Land mayoral candidates in debate

Pictured from the left are Sugar Land mayoral candidates Harish Jajoo, Joe Zimmerman, Myatt Hancock, Kyle Stanley and Sarwar Khan. Election Day is May 7.  (Photo by Joe Southern)

By Joe Southern jsouthern@fortbendstar.com All five candidates for Sugar Land mayor participated in a debate March 29 hosted by the speech/debate/English class at Harmony School of Science High School. Students in teacher Amanda Trost’s class researched issues important to the candidates and met with several of them one-on-one. Five of them served as moderators. They […]

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