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Renaissance festival racking up records

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Adam “Crack” Winrich makes an attempt to reclaim his world record for “Most Whip Cracks in One Minute with Two Whips.” He made the attempt during a performance last Saturday at the Texas Renaissance Festival. It will be a week or two before the Guinness Book of World Records confirms it.

By Joe Southern jsouthern@fortbendstar.com Now in its 42nd year, the Texas Renaissance Festival is taking a crack at some records, both locally and worldwide. The popular festival held weekends each October and November in the bustling hamlet of Todd Mission, just north of Magnolia, has been breaking some of its own attendance records. It set […]

Stafford plans Veterans Day luncheon

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By Stafford MSD Communications U.S. Army Col. Thomas Ehlinger, Ret., started a Veteran’s Day tradition soon after he became the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) teacher at Stafford High School in 2002. Each Veteran’s Day, Ehlinger and his JROTC students host a Veteran’s Day ceremony at the school. “We would like to recognize and […]

Country at the Ballpark brings fans together at Constellation Field

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By Donna Hill For The Fort Bend Star Clear skies and five country bands for one ticket. Constellation Field played host to its second annual Country at the Ballpark concert Saturday night to the delight and entertainment of thousands of fans. “We were very pleased to have such a lively crowd for Country at the […]

Missouri City expands smoking ordinance to include vaping

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The use of electronic cigarettes and vaping devices is now banned anywhere smoking is prohibited in the city of Missouri City, in accordance with a recently amended city ordinance. The amended ordinance defines electronic cigarettes and expanded the definition of smoking to include the use of the devices, thus enforcing the use electronic cigarettes in […]

Rising healthcare costs are killing education funding

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State Senators Lois Kolkhorst, right, and Joan Huffman give a legislative update during a luncheon at the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce Nov. 2. The women said rising healthcare costs are making deep cuts into the rest of the state’s budget.

Senators discuss upcoming legislative session with chamber By Joe Southern jsouthern@fortbendstar.com The Texas Legislature would love to increase funding for public education but rising healthcare costs are killing their ability to do so. That was the message delivered by Fort Bend County’s two state senators during a legislative update luncheon Nov. 2 at the Fort […]

Advancement Exam

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Musician 2nd Class James Baty, from Sugar Land, assigned to the hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19), participates in the Petty Officer 1st Class Navy-wide advancement exam. Deployed in support of Pacific Partnership 2016, Mercy is in transit to Oahu, Hawaii, after a successful mission visiting Timor Leste, Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia.

Shootin’ the Bull

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Houston Texans tight end Stephen Anderson goes airborne as he is tackled by Detroit Lions cornerback Quandre Diggs Sunday during the game at NRG Stadium. The Texans won 20-13. The team has a bye week next week and then hits the road for the next two games; the first at Jacksonville on Nov. 13 and […]

@FtBendAthletics: Playoff picture still blurry

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By Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star With one week to go in the season, the playoff picture is still unsettled for Fort Bend ISD schools. In District 20-6A, Ridge Point (6-0) has clinched a spot but Hightower (4-2), Travis (4-2), Kempner (4-2) and Bush (3-3) are still in contention for the remaining three […]

Fort Bend Family Promise honors volunteers

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Kids currently in the FBFP program were excited to help make thank you gifts for the volunteers.

By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star People are surprised to learn that some Fort Bend County residents are financially hurting. That’s why it is so important when churches come together to support Family Promise. “I just believe in their program and think it’s so great. At one point my mom had five […]

FBISD announces principals for three future elementary schools

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(L-R):  The Fort Bend ISD has announced the principals for the new elementary schools. They are, from the left, Joy Schwinger, Lori Hoeffken and Kari Bruhn.

Fort Bend ISD recently named new leaders for its three future elementary campuses. Among the new leaders are: Joy Schwinger, Elementary School 48; Lori Hoeffken, Elementary School 49; and Kari Bruhn, Elementary School 50. All three schools are funded through the 2014 Bond Program, and will open in August of 2017. Schwinger, currently principal of […]

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