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Fort Bend ISD Board expects improvements at schools that didn’t meet state standards


Staff Reports Sixty-seven of Fort Bend ISD’s 70 campuses met the standards of the State Accountability Ratings for a total of 96 percent. But FBISD board president Grayle James, speaking on behalf of the board of trustees, said the board won’t be satisfied until those statistics are 70-of-70 and 100 percent. The three campuses that […]

COMMENTARY: Missouri City extends a second chance to city executive

Michael Sudhalter

Please join The Star in extending a warm welcome to new Missouri City City Manager Anthony Snipes. For months, many Missouri City residents have been asking for fresh ideas and a new approach to challenges that the city faces such as updating outdated infrastructure, spurring economic development and ensuring the Quail Valley City Centre is […]

Stafford freshman steps up for undefeated Spartans


By Michael Sudhalter As the playoffs progress and the opponents become more challenging, Kirvin Bonilla knows the moment may arrive. The one where he’s called upon to make a game-winning field goal for the undefeated Stafford High football team. “At first, I was really nervous, but ever since I started making them, I started […]

Sugar Land remains a competitive market for Economic and Housing Development


By S. Barot For The Star The Sugar Land Planning & Zoning Commission will reconsider retracting some of the amendments made to the City’s Development Code. Earlier this month, the Sugar Land City Council unanimously approved restricting multi-family units at planned developments to 200 per mile. This action was taken in response to strong community […]

HCC Missouri City Project stays on track as Facilities Bonds easily pass


By Michael Sudhalter Houston Community College’s new Missouri City campus is set to stay on track for 2017, thanks to the passage of Fort Bend Facilities Proposition 4. Fort Bend voters approved all four Propositions, including Prop 4 by a 60-to-40 margin on Nov. 3. Included in Prop 4 was a $8 million request […]

Sugar Land trainer says holidays don’t need to equal weight gain

Personal Trainer

By Michael Sudhalter Sugar Land personal trainer Bertie Ranger has some simple advice for people overwhelmed by a holiday schedule of family, friends, shopping and parties. “The average person gains 10 pounds over the holiday,” Ranger said. “There’s the stress of planning and getting ready for everything. The first thing people drop is exercise, […]

COMMENTARY: Military service should be mandatory in America

Michael Sudhalter

Republican Party presidential frontrunner Donald Trump has ideas on how to make America great again. I think America is already great — the greatest to be exact. We should celebrate that fact on Veterans Day and throughout the year. But Veterans Day is very important because we recognize the men and women who sacrificed so […]

TEA: FBISD violated special education law


Staff Reports Fort Bend ISD and three other Houston area school districts violated federal law with regards to special education, according to The Associated Press. The Texas Education Agency is alleging – upon the completion of an investigation – that FBISD as well as Clear Creek, Houston and Pasadena ISDs didn’t properly evaluate students with […]

Sugar Land man proud to be a veteran, policeman

Retired U.S. Marines Corporal Lyn Zamora, a Sugar Land resident and First Gulf War Veteran, said it’s important for veterans to support organizations like the American Legion.  (Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

By Michael Sudhalter For many years, American Legion and Veteran’s of Foreign War posts have been comprised of World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War veterans. Sugar Land resident Lyn Zamora, a retired U.S. Marine Corporal and grandson of a World War II Marine who fought at Normandy, believes that younger veterans should […]

Rep. Reynolds hopes to finally clear his name


By Michael Sudhalter District 27 State Rep. Ron Reynolds (D-Missouri City) has seen the Barratry charges against him downgraded, and then delayed multiple times, including once due to a mistrial. But the three-term state representative said he’s looking forward to finally clearing his name when he appears in Montgomery County Court to face five […]

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