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FEMA hiring Texans to work on flood recovery


FEMA is looking to hire Texas residents as temporary employees to help with the state’s recovery from the past year’s storms and flooding. FEMA is hoping to hire as many as 14 people — mostly in Austin and Houston but with a few positions in Denton and Bon Wier — to fill a variety of […]

Message of unity and respect sent out to the country in wake of violence


By Joe Southern Citizens of Sugar Land stood together Sunday afternoon on the steps of City Hall to proclaim to the world their unity in diversity and to challenge other communities to do the same. The event was hastily organized in the wake of shootings of police officers in Dallas the previous week and […]

Highway 6 at Fort Bend Toll Road to close during construction

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Beginning at 9 p.m. on Friday, July 15, through 5 a.m. on Monday, July 18, State Highway 6 will be closed at the Fort Bend Toll Road to allow for the hanging of six steel girders. All north- and south-bound traffic will detour to the frontage roads during this time period. State Highway 6 will […]

Sisters to make three-day walk to fight breast cancer, honor mother


By Deborah Rowe For the Fort Bend Star One local resident and her sister are participating in a three-day 60-mile Susan G. Komen walk in California to raise money to help find a cure for breast cancer. Kelli Gaines, 30, resident of Missouri City, and her sister Brooke Kincade, 28, of Fort Worth, are walking […]

Texans have 30 days left to register for May-June flood disaster aid


Individuals who had disaster-related damage or losses between May 26 and June 24 and who live or work in the 24 eligible counties have until Aug. 10, to register for FEMA assistance. The counties included in the federal disaster declaration are Austin, Bastrop, Brazoria, Brazos, Burleson, Eastland, Fayette, Fort Bend, Grimes, Harris, Hidalgo, Hood, Kleberg, […]

If you want to stop the hate, start the love


The news in recent weeks has been heartbreaking. From the mass shootings in an Orlando nightclub to shootings of police officers in Dallas, the hate-driven violence in America today is unconscionable. All of these murders are so senseless … so inconceivable. It seems that every time there is a shooting that people want to talk […]

Of Boy Scouts, summer camp and Old Goats


There’s nothing like a little peer pressure to keep you on your toes. I spent the last week camping with Troop 1000 at Camp Parsons up near Seattle. It was an amazing adventure to say the least. We had seven dads and 40 boys exploring new territory more than 2,000 miles from home for nine […]

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 […]

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

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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 […]

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