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Barfield on triple crown pace

Jeremy Barfield drives in a run against Southern Maryland. (Photo by Bill McCaughey)

By Bill McCaughey For the Fort Bend Star Jeremy Barfield continues his quest for the triple crown, as he leads the league in batting average at .327, is second in homeruns with 11 and is first with 45 RBI’s. Two players have higher batting averages, Steve Lombardozzi .367 and Isaias Tejeda .351, but both signed […]

New businesses at Sugar Creek


Sugar Creek Village (Sugar Creek Blvd and Hwy 59) has a number of new tenants joining its already diverse mix. Fishing Tackle Unlimited, a 20+year old Houston Company opened its third location in November of 2015. The company stated that they chose their new home based on the convenience of its location and the draw […]

Teacher, student to join study group in Bahamas this summer

Pictured at McAuliffe Middle School are (from left): Jodi Barber-Harris, Secondary Science Coordinator; Shanee Rolling, Joran Rolling’s mother; Joran Rolling, 2016 FBISD Jason Student Argonaut; Mary Brewster, McAuliffe Middle School Principal; Patrick Watson, AVID Teacher; and Katherine Harris, Secondary Science Helping Teacher.

Fort Bend ISD administrators recently led a “Prize Patrol” to two district middle schools to surprise one teacher and one student with the news of their selection as 2016 Jason Argonauts and to present them with gifts (including a giant-sized passport, certificates, flowers and balloons). Honored as the 2016 FBISD Jason Educator Argonaut is Julia […]

Colony Meadows opens new pavilion


Colony Meadows Elementary celebrated its new pavilion with a ribbon cutting ceremony on May 20. The event kicked off with a performance by the fifth grade choir. PTO President Heidi Houston thanked the parents, teachers and administration for the support of this structure that the school PTO funded. The project was coordinated by CME’s Volunteer […]

Sons of the American Revolution give portrait to school


The Alexander Hodge Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution presented a portrait of George Washington to Dulles Middle School on June 2. Pictured from left are Carl Hill, president of the chapter, Tom Green, past state president, Dee Knox, principal of Dulles Middle, Tom Meinecke, past chapter president, and Matthew Lobin, eighth grade […]

Cornyn meets with Sugar Land mayor


U.S. Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) hosted (now former) Sugar Land Mayor James Thompson recently in his office in Washington, D.C., to discuss federal issues important to the City of Sugar Land.

Houston Metal Detecting Services find success on ground and under water


By Donna Hill For the Fort Bend Star As the owner and operator of Houston Metal Detecting Services, John Volek stands behind his company’s slogan You lost it…We’ll find it. A veteran of over 28 years in law enforcement, with 18 of those as a Sugar Land police officer, he understands about conducting a through […]

Where the wild things are

Don’t abuse the animals. Ray the blind six-foot alligator is headed to a rescue farm. Someone didn’t heed the Gator Squad’s don’t feed, don’t taunt, don’t abuse message and shot this gator in the eye.  (Photo by Theresa D. McClellan)

By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star After the rains came, their phones rang at least twice a day with calls for help with an errant alligator in a neighborhood. That’s because the flooding displaced the watery creatures from their homes in ponds and swamps, says Christy Kroboth, certified alligator trapper, educator and […]

Fort Bend resident and KPRC reporter Phil Archer receives PETA award for saving dog

Fort Bend County Sheriff 
Troy E. Nehls with his adopted dog “Archer”.

By Donna Hill For the Fort Bend Star Dog gone it, there just had to be one good story coming out of the recent floods that hit the area recently. Fort Bend County resident and KPRC Channel 2 reporter Phil Archer saw a chance to save a life, and the People for the Ethical Treatment […]

Building strength

Sunni R. Ewing of Fort Bend County wins recognition.
Photo submitted by Brandon Countee

By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star Last year Sunni Ewing was a special education teacher looking to make her way into the world of bodybuilding competition. The Fort Bend County resident claimed first prize even beating the men in National Gym Association competition at the Stafford Civic Center. Now a pro, she […]

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