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CIVIL SERVANT OF THE WEEK : Rosas reaches 30 years of service with Fort Bend County


Michael Sudhalter – Stafford resident Virginia Rosas has served the public in many different ways over the past three decades. Rosas, a Court Coordinator for Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, the Hon. Mary Ward, has worked as a court coordinator for several judges over the past 30 years. “I makes sure everything runs […]

Reynolds, Brown trade barbs long before March primary


By Michael Sudhalter – The 2016 Democratic Primary is more than five months away, but the rhetoric in the campaign is already heating up in District 27. State Rep. Ron Reynolds (D-Missouri City), a three-term incumbent, could face his first primary challenge since 2010, on March 1. Missouri City resident Steve Brown, a former […]

COMMENTARY: Missouri City can’t afford another HCC hiccup

Michael Sudhalter

Quick, do you remember where you were the first time you heard Johnny Cash sing “I Walk The Line”? Spoiler alert if you missed Cash’s 2005 biopic – he didn’t “walk the line” until the very end of the movie. Sure, that worked for him – becoming a legend, riding off into the sunset with […]

COMMENTARY: What is wrong with Missouri City and why is it not growing like its neighbors?

Kris Allfrey

Missouri City leadership continues to show contempt for any resident that disagrees with them. Our very system of government is designed to allow those who are governed to speak out about the ones governing. This is clearly spelled out in the first amendment to the U.S. Constitution. This is why our leaders are elected and […]

Controlling Diabetes is a Balancing Act It often takes a team effort

Dr. Lakshmi Seshadri, M.D.

According to the American Diabetes Association, more than 29 million Americans have diabetes. What may be more alarming, more than a quarter of those don’t realize they have diabetes. “Some people aren’t quick to recognize diabetes because the symptoms can vary from individual to individual,” says Dr. Lakshmi Seshadri, M.D., internist, affiliated with Memorial Hermann […]

Sugar Land stays ahead of the curve with public safety technology


By S. Barot For The Star The City of Sugar Land is proactively looking for ways minimize crime and catch criminals with technologies like license plate recognition (LPR) cameras as tensions between police and citizens escalate nation-wide, and gun violence becomes a regular occurrence. Council initially approved the project last year for $1.6 million for a […]

Meadows Place Fishing Derby was a succcess


The Sun had barely come up over the houses as the rest of the fishermen and their parents made their way to the Lake at McGrath Park for the 4th Annual Kid Fish Derby.  The extra-warm summer has kept many of the fish down low in the cooler waters, but as soon as the worms […]

Fort Bend DA, Sugar Land doctor dispute circumstances of meeting

John Healey

Staff Reports/KHOU A Sugar Land doctor is accusing the Fort Bend County district attorney of asking for a campaign donation in return for a favor in a pending criminal case, according to our news partner KHOU Channel 11. “It was clear to me that he was asking for money,” said Dr. David Rabbani, who has […]

Jajoo Announces bid for 2016 Mayoral Election

Harish Jajoo

By S. Barot for the star Sugar Land District 4 City Councilmember Harish Jajoo formally announced his candidacy for the 2016 Sugar Land mayoral election. Jajoo, a fiscal conservative who’s lived in Sugar Land for the past 30 years, is the first South Asian-American to run for Mayor in Sugar Land. “It has been my honor […]

COMMENTARY: Don and Daryle stay involved for the love of the game

Michael Sudhalter

Last week, my wife and I were finishing up end-of-summer cleaning around our house, and one of my assigned projects was trimming down my massive country music Compact Disc collection. What can I say? I’m a sentimental kind of guy who likes to hold a CD in my hand and read the lyrics, instead of […]

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