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Youth in Philanthropy making a difference in Fort Bend County

2-Stafford High junior Breanna Presley was awarded one of three $5,000 scholarships from The George Foundation at the ‘Youth In Philanthropy’ event last month. U.S. Rep. Pete Olson asked Presley to “pinky-swear” that she won’t run for his congressional seat until he retires. (Submitted photo)

The Award was given out at their recent Investment in Youth Luncheon. The 2016 YIP program enabled 151 junior and senior high school students from 18 schools in Fort Bend County to learn the role that volunteering and philanthropy play in building a better community for all. YIP teams implement volunteer projects with the assistance […]

Gov. Abbott appoints locals to state boards

Gov. Greg Abbott

Gov. Greg Abbott recently made several statewide appointments that included several people from Fort Bend County. The following are appointments announced by the governor’s office: Statewide Health Coordinating Council Abbott has named Dr. Ayeez Lalji as presiding officer of the Statewide Health Coordinating Council (SHCC). The governor appointed Larry Safir for a term set to […]

A not-so-funny thing happened to me on the way to the office


It’s Monday morning about 6:30 and here I am at my computer at home just starting to write this column. I would have been at the office doing this were it not for the rain and the floods. Truth be told, I should have written it last week. Call it procrastination or just plain being […]

Five seek seat on Fort Bend ISD school board


By Theresa D. McClellan for the fort bend star Three educators, a businessman and an incumbent sat before a crowd of 40 April 12 to show why they should hold the Position 7 board seat of the Fort Bend Independent School District. The Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce and the Fort Bend Voters League joined […]

Storm, floods close much of Fort Bend County


By Joe Southern Severe rainstorms and widespread flooding Monday shut down much of Fort Bend County and threatened to do so again on Tuesday, as of press time. Late Monday, Gov. Greg Abbott and Fort Bend County Judge Robert Herbert both issued disaster declarations for the county. Abbott declared a state of disaster in […]

Spring is a great time to visit Brazos Bend State Park


If you like nature or just want to get outside and enjoy this beautiful weather we’ve been having, let me suggest a visit to Brazos Bend State Park. Spring in the Houston area if finicky and fleet and should be enjoyed at every possible moment. I can’t think of a much better place in Fort […]

Property tax protest and appeal procedures announced

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Property tax protest and appeal procedures announced by the Fort Bend Central Appraisal District protest hearings are set for May 9. The law gives property owners the right to protest actions concerning their property tax appraisals. Taxpayers may follow the appeal procedures if they have a concern about: • The market or appraised value of […]

Sheriff urges check for vehicle recalls after airbag death

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Deputy Danny Beckworth holds up the piece of shrapnel from a faulty airbag injector that killed George Ranch High School senior Huma Hanif in a minor traffic accident March 31. Looking on are Hanif’s brother, Faizan Hanif (center) and Sheriff Troy Nehls (right). (Photo by Joe Southern)

By Joe Southern The message borne of tragedy couldn’t have been any clearer: Check the recall messages on motor vehicles and get them fixed, especially if they are airbags. The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office held a press conference April 7 where Sheriff Troy Nehls, Deputy Danny Beckworth and Faizan Hanif, the brother of […]

Spartan baseball team a diamond in the rough


Apparently I made Stafford High School baseball history on my first visit to the school March 29. At the invitation of Michael Sudhalter, my predecessor here at the Star, who is now the communication director for the school district, I got to be the honorary team captain for the Spartans as they took on the […]

32-year-old female reported missing

Deandrea Dimitria Uche

The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office is seeking help in finding a missing person. The subject, Deandrea Dimitria Uche, 32, was reported as missing from her last known residence in the 2500 block of Slippery Rock in the Sugar Land area. She is a black female, about 5-feet, 10-inches tall and weighs about 220 pounds. […]

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