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Sugar Land History Hunt moved to June 12

Fort Bend County Constable Pct. 4 Trever Nehls, left, and Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls, right, are getting ready for the Sugar Land Scavenger Hunt 2 to be held on June 12. Also brushing up on their Sugar Land history are Chris Anderson, general manager of Sterling McCall Nissan, Dennis Parmer, SLHF executive director, J. Michael Schaupp, assistant to the general manager Fort Bend Toyota, and Marvin Marcell, public affairs director for Group 1 Automotive. Sponsorship opportunities for the event are available at (Photo by Randy Kozlovsky)

The heavy rains on May 15 caused the Sugar Land Heritage Foundation (SLHF) to reschedule its second annual Scavenger Hunt to June 12. SLHF invites residents to join Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls and Fort Bend County Constable Pct. 4 Trever Nehls for the Sugar Land Scavenger History Hunt. It is a great opportunity […]

It’s time for some pomp and circumstance and Elvis


It’s graduation season; a time of pomp and circumstance. For years I just took the term “pomp and circumstance” for granted. I never asked what it meant. I just assumed it to be a highfalutin to-do such as a graduation or the name of that annoying tune that gets played over and over like a […]

Hooping it up for Memorial Day

(Photo by Joe Southern)

The Harvest Green community held a Memorial Day picnic with food, games and activities for residents and visitors Monday. Participating in a hula hoop contest are, from the left, Hayden Woodbury, the son of Brenda Woodbury, and twins Madeline and Madison Ulanday, the daughters of Kathleen Ulanday.

Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center has grand opening

Jan Bartholomew (blue shirt) of Baird which sponsored the free grand opening is pictured with Tammie Kahn, executive director of Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center with area Scouts.  (Photo by Bill McCaughey)

By Theresa D. McClellan For The Fort Bend Star After the drum line and the speakers and the waving mascots ceased, it was the giggling youngsters swarming past the colorful ribbons, confetti and balloons of the Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center that let organizers know they had a success on their hands. Little ones tugged […]

Memorial Déjà vu: Brazos River delivers repeat of last year with massive floods

This aerial view shows part of the flooding in the Kingdom Heights subdivision of Rosenberg. Residents became trapped there Monday after officials closed FM 723 due to flooding from the Brazos River.  (Photo by Chris Pfeffer)

The Brazos River rose above record levels Monday night and continues to rise, causing flooding in Fort Bend and neighboring counties that is as widespread as the floods were a year ago on Memorial Day weekend. According to the Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management, the river is already two feet over the record […]

Officials continue monitoring rise of Brazos River, local roads


UPDATE: The Brazos River has reached a level of 54.61 feet. Missouri City residents can expect water levels to rise throughout the afternoon and to see additional street flooding. Area rainfall later today and throughout the rest of the week will impact the rate of water level recession. Early voting for City Council At Large […]

Road Closes due to Rising Water


US 90-A EB at Harlem Rd. has been closed due to high water. Traffic is being diverted to Pitts Rd. We recommend eastbound traffic use FM 762 in Richmond to access US 59 as an alternative route. This historic flooding event is causing many roads to close. For more flooding updates please refer to our […]

TAPPS 4A State Softball Champions 2016


The Fort Bend Christian Academy softball team won the TAPPS 4A state championship May 13, defeating Dallas Christian 6-1 in the title game. This year’s team, led by coaches Kelly Carroll and Kelli Jacoby, finished the season with a 23-6-1 record, winning their last 16 games in a row. The team has won state four […]

The State Bank of Texas can finance your dream of homeownership


By Joe Southern Despite the Houston area’s economic downturn, this is a great time to consider financing construction of a new home. According to Nicki Black, EVP/Stafford President of The State Bank of Texas, demand for new homes is steady despite the woes of the oil and gas industry. “Whether there’s a downturn in […]

Letter of intent to play at Trinity University


Lynell Smith Jr. will play football in the outside linebacker position next year for Trinity University, a Division III Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference school in San Antonio. Lynell received All-District Honorable Mention-Linebacker recognition and maintained a 5.47 GPA his senior year. Because of his hard work on the field and in the classroom, Lynell received […]

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