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The four horsemen of the political apocalypse are upon us


Yes, this is an opinion page. No, I don’t normally write about politics, which is what you normally find on an opinion page. This week is different. I am going to talk about politics. Presidential politics are especially nasty this year. They’re nasty every time we have a presidential election, but this year is off-the-charts […]

TSTC marks milestone in campus construction


By Joe Southern Construction of the first building at Texas State Technical College’s new Rosenberg campus recently reached a milestone and was celebrated March 23 with a Topping Out Ceremony featuring many local dignitaries and school officials. The traditional topping out ceremony signifies placement of the last structural beam on a building. “We are […]

Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women designated Baby-Friendly

Nancy Hurst, director of women’s support services at Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women (front left) and Lynda Tyer-Viola, director of nursing (front right) celebrate the hospital’s Baby-Friendly designation with staff.

Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women, one of the nation’s premier facilities for women’s, fetal and newborn health, has been designated as a Baby-Friendly birth facility by Baby-Friendly USA. The prestigious international award recognizes hospitals and birthing centers that offer breastfeeding mothers and their babies an optimal level of care by providing the information, confidence and […]

Governor appoints locals to state boards


By Theresa D. McClellan For the Star Two local lawyers and a Missouri City chiropractic veterinarian received state appointments from Gov. Greg Abbott recently. Ricky Raven of Sugar Land, a partner at Reed Smith, and Stuart Stedman of Houston, a member of the state Bar of Texas and the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute Advisory […]

First case of Zika virus reported in Fort Bend County


By Theresa D. McClellan For the Star There is only one confirmed case of the Zika virus in Fort Bend County and more than 20 in neighboring Harris County. All the cases were acquired through travel, according to authorities. But in their efforts to keep on top of the situation, the Houston Health Department is […]

Buck Taylor still riding high in the movies

Actor-artist Buck Taylor, best known for his role as Newly on Gunsmoke, poses with some of his artwork at his booth at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. He has two movies coming out later this year, Comancheria and Indiscretion.
(Photo by Joe Southern)

By Joe Southern Gunsmoke may have cleared out long ago but series star Buck Taylor is still riding high in the celluloid saddle. The 77-year-old actor is staying busy in the movies with two films coming out later this year. They’re not the westerns that he’s known for but he is very proud of […]

National Geographic photographers saving the planet a click at a time

National Geographic photographers David Doubilet, left, and David Liittschwager listen as colleague Joel Sartore answers questions from the audience March 16 during a lecture hosted by FotoFest 2016 Biennial at the First Unitarian Universalist Church in Houston. Pictured on the left, Sartore visits with patrons after the lecture.

Three National Geographic photographers are out to save the world one click at a time. If a picture is worth a thousand words then David Doubilet, David Liittschwager and Joel Sartore are writing the bible of environmental awareness. The three photographers are the featured artists for FotoFest 2016 Biennial’s new exhibit, Changing Circumstances: Looking at […]

Officials celebrate FM 1093 /Westpark Extension groundbreaking celebration

Pictured from the left are Grady Mapes, TXDOT; Richard Stolleis, Fort Bend County Engineer; Jim Dannenbaum, Dannenbaum Engineering; Bill Brudnick, TXDOT; Charles Rencher, FBCTRA Director; Commissioner Precinct 3 Andy Meyers; Fort Bend County Judge Bob Hebert; Lance Lacour, Katy EDC; Jeff Wiley, GFBEDC; Dean Hrbacek, FBCTRA Director.

Fort Bend County officials along with Fort Bend Toll Road Authority and TXDOT representatives, gathered recently for the groundbreaking celebration of the long awaited FM 1093/Westpark Extension. Phase One of the project includes 4.12 miles of FM 1093 and approximately 2.5 miles of the Westpark Tollway extending from State Highway 99 to FM 1463. The […]

Memorial Hermann Health System hires Benjamin K. Chu as new president and CEO


Following an extensive nationwide search that included both internal and external candidates, the Memorial Hermann Health System Board announced the appointment of Benjamin K. Chu, M.D., MPH, MACP, as President and CEO of Memorial Hermann Health System, effective June 2016. Dr. Chu – a well-respected, national thought leader in the health care industry – brings […]

Remembering the Alamo a new battle for reenactors


How well do you remember the Alamo? The church and a rebuilt portion of the long barracks are about all that remain of the compound stormed by the Mexican army 180 years ago. Efforts are now under way by the Texas General Land Office to reclaim and restore much of the original footprint of the […]

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