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Civil Servant: Sartartia Middle School teacher Valerie Wolterman


An exciting partnership between Fort Bend ISD, JASON Learning, and Chevron has begun! The partnership supports science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) learning and began when former Quail Valley Middle School student, Pilar Ibarra, and Sartartia Middle School teacher, Valerie Wolterman, applied for the JASON National Argonaut Program last year and were accepted after completing […]

Texas Connections Academy makes online high school an option in Fort Bend

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By Keon Broadnax For The Star When families move from one city or country to another, it means that the children must change schools. That entails new teachers, new friends and new environment. The new school can make school difficult and no longer fun, but there is a solution to making school easier for the […]

Public service announcement encourages parents to look before you lock

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By S. Barot For The Star In May 2012, the lives of Sugar Land parents Leland and Deannie Jacobson changed forever. Their son, seven-month-old Luke, was forgotten in the car. On the scene was Sugar Land Police Sergeant Trever Nehls, now Fort Bend County Precinct 4 Constable. “I was first one on the scene of […]

County to decide today on $100 -120 million facilities bond

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By Michael Sudhalter The Fort Bend Commissioner’s Court will have a special meeting today to determine whether to put a facilities bond on the November ballot. The bond, which would be the first one in eight years, would likely be between $100-120 million. Legally, a decision must be made by Monday to get on […]

Construction phase for Williams Trace project approved by council

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By S. Barot For The Star Sugar Land City Council approved the execution of a contract with Houston-based civil engineering and surveying firm Costello, Inc. for the reconstruction of a stretch of Williams Trace Boulevard – between Highway 6 and Austin Parkway. Costello Inc. is owned by Houston city council member and mayoral candidate Stephen […]

DeLay honored at Sugar Land Airport


By Michael Sudhalter The Sugar Land Regional Airport honored the man who made its existence a reality a quarter-century ago. The Airport named its Air Traffic Controller tower in honor of former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay (R-Sugar Land), who represented Texas’ 22nd Congressional District from 1985-2006. DeLay went toe-to-toe, politically, with the Federal […]

Former PE teacher ensures safety for young Skeeters fans

Sugar Land resident Lou Ann Medbury is the Skeeters’ Playground Manager. She oversees the safety of the program at Constellation Field and ensures that fans enjoy the playground
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By Michael Sudhalter Sugar Land resident Lou Ann Medbury has attended every Sugar Land Skeeters game since the beginning of the 2013 season. But she’s rarely seen a strikeout, home run or diving catch. Her back is turned to the playing field, and for good reason. Medbury, a 59-year-old retired Alief ISD physical education […]

Sugar Land Mayoral Election has the potential to be a historic one


By S. Barot For The Star Next May, the City of Sugar Land could possibly see an unprecedented and historic event – the inauguration of its first South Asian-American mayor of Sugar Land. Harish Jajoo, currently the District 4 City Council Member, is considering candidacy for mayor, but has not announced his intent to run. […]

Fort Bend stands atop Texas, ranks fifth nationally for incoming investments


By Michael Sudhalter A drive through much of Fort Bend County confirms the obvious – it is booming from a retail and residential standpoint. “Our population is doubling every 20-25 years,” said Jeff Wiley, President CEO of the Fort Bend Economic Development Council (Fort Bend EDC) of since 2003. “For us to maintain the […]

Rep. Reynolds could face first primary challenge in six years

Texas State Rep. Ron Reynolds

By Michael Sudhalter Texas State Rep. Ron Reynolds (D-Missouri City) could face his first primary challenge in March, since 2010, and the third-term representative is confident about it. “I eagerly welcome a primary challenger because this seat doesn’t belong to me, it belongs to the residents of House District 27…I am very confident that […]

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