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Nehls faces former deputy in Sheriff’s Republican Primary


By Michael Sudhalter The majority of this story was published last March The Fort Bend Sheriff Republican Primary places the incumbent, Sheriff Troy Nehls, against former Fort Bend Sheriff’s deputy Frank Cempa Sr., who resigned from FBCSO in 2013. The primary, which could still yield more candidates, will take place on March 1. Early […]

Fort Bend businessman running for Texas Railroad Commission Seat


By Michael Sudhalter With the decline in crude oil, Fort Bend County businessman Gary Gates says that the Texas Railroad Commission needs a commissioner with sound business experience. The three-person commission has nothing to do with the railroad. It’s function is to regulate the Oil & Gas Industry in Texas. “The Railroad Commission needs […]

West Airport officially Re-opened

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“After what seemed like forever, we were thrilled to have County Judge Bob Hebert, The Commissioner and so many others here to celebrate the official reopening of West Airport through Meadows Place” – Mayor Charles Jessup. This modernization and reconstruction project was part of the Fort Bend Mobility Bond project designed to reduce congestion, increase […]

State Education Commissioner makes historic visit to Sugar Land


By Michael Sudhalter Mike Morath became the first sitting Texas Education Agency (TEA) Commissioner to give a speech in Fort Bend County when he addressed the Fort Bend County Chamber of Commerce at a luncheon last Friday. Morath, a 38-year-old former Dallas ISD board member and former software company CEO, was appointed by Gov. […]

The City of Stafford launches first comprehensive plan

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Stafford has created a visionary new comprehensive plan, which lays the strategic foundation for the city’s growth and development for the next 20 years. It replaces the original plan, which was adopted by the city council in 1971. This living document will provide a guide for the city’s decision-makers and is structured around three key […]

Johnson Development continues to build success in Fort Bend

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By Michael Sudhalter The Johnson Development Corporation has played a key role in Fort Bend County’s growth over the past two decades. “The Fort Bend Economy has been very strong, it has a great school system, the community attracts families and has great diversity,” said Doug Goff, Johnson Development Senior Vice President and Chief […]

Constable Davis, Sgt. Smith to meet in rematch


By Michael Sudhalter The majority of this story ran in December Fort Bend Precinct 2 Constable Ruben Davis is running for a sixth term and he’ll face a familiar opponent in the Democratic Party Primary on March 1. Early voting began yesterday and runs through Feb. 26. Davis, who was first elected in 1996, […]

COMMENTARY: How far have we come in Missouri City, Texas?


Missouri City, Texas was incorporated in 1956 in an effort to protect itself from the sparking growth of Houston. Blacks began moving to Missouri City in the mid 1970’s and made up a small portion of the population. By 1975, middle class Blacks began to locate primarily in the Hunter’s Glen area. Homes in Hunter’s […]

Houston Model Train Show taking passengers on Saturday at Stafford Centre

Meadows Place resident Steve Sandifer spent the past decade working on an elaborate model train set in his home. Sandifer is the co-chair of the Houston Model Train Show, which takes place on Saturday in Stafford. (Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

By Michael Sudhalter When it comes to details of his elaborate model train set, Meadows Place resident Steve Sandifer has pulled out all the stops. Sandifer, 67, has spent the past decade working on a Santa Fe model train set that recreated three small Kansas towns, circa the early 1950s. After his son moved […]

CIVIL SERVANT: Sander helps Missouri City FD achieve distinction, heads for Marble Falls FD


Missouri City Fire Chief Russell Sander has announced that he will be leaving the department after 13 years to accept the same position in Marble Falls, located west of Austin in the Hill Country. Sander, who began his career in the Austin area, joined the Missouri City Fire & Rescue Services in 2003 as assistant […]

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