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Sugar Land, Houston announce Cullinan Park partnership

Sugar Land Mayor James Thompson, right, is joined by Houston Mayor Annise Parker at an event announcing the cities’ future plans for Cullinan Park. 
(Photos by Michael Sudhalter)

Staff Reports During Monday’s Cullinan Park press conference, Sugar Land Mayor Jimmy Thompson asked the audience to envision what it was like when Stephen F. Austin viewed the land that is now Cullinan Park at Hwy. 6, near the Airport. Thanks to an agreement between Sugar Land, Houston and the Cullinan Park Conservancy, generations of […]

Skeeters pitcher doubles as assistant coach


By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com Matt Wright has pitched professionally in Virginia, Venezuela and everywhere in between over the past 16 seasons. Now, the 33-year-old Sugar Land Skeeters right-handed pitcher is focused on enjoying his team with the defending Atlantic League runner-up and helping some of his younger teammates along. The 6-foot-4, 270-pound Wright, who is […]

CIVIL SERVANT OF THE WEEK: Stafford Police Chief Bonny Krahn


By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com If you ever feel overwhelmed at your job, talk to Stafford Police Chief Bonny Krahn about three months back in 1971. Krahn was a 22-year-old Stafford police officer in his second year on the force. His chief, in the city of approximately 2,000 residents, was terminated, and two of his fellow […]

A TRUE LIFE GUARD: Missouri City teen saves Sugar Land boy at community pool


By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com When Dante Baker becomes a doctor someday, he hopes to save a lot of lives. But the 17-year-old Missouri City resident will already have a saved-life to his credit long before he takes the MCAT Exam. Baker, who will be a senior at Elkins High next month, saved David Mikel Jr., […]

Covington Woods Stingrays go to the 2015 All Stars


The Covington Woods Swim Team, a member of the Southwest Houston Recreational Swim League, celebrated their 39th year of existence in style this year by going undefeated in their division for the 2015 season.  The team, coached by Jerome “DC” Muniz, Jessica Boehm, Ryan Norris, and Mallory Kauffman, sent a record 49 swimmers to All Stars […]

Law enforcement’s battle against Human Trafficking requires in-depth police work


By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com New federal and state laws will certainly help local law enforcement and prosecutors bring the perpetrators of Human Trafficking to justice. But in many cases, pinpointing such suspects will depend on police officers and prosecutors going beyond the surface when they encounter common offenses. “Whether it’s a Juvenile case, Domestic Violence […]

FBISD breaks ground on Sullivan Elementary


Sullivan Elementary is the first construction project in the $484 million bond. Members of the Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees used shovels to move dirt at the future site of Anne Sullivan Elementary School on Wednesday, July 15, ceremoniously marking the first groundbreaking in the 2014 Bond Program. The school is located in the […]

Non-profit will help survivors with a 85-acre community in Kendleton


By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com 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 […]

Human Trafficking exists in Fort Bend County


By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.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 takes section crown


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.

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