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COMMENTARY: Thanking my dad for life lessons…

Michael Sudhalter

Growing up, I always thought that Father’s Day was somewhere between a reason to have a nice family gathering, and a Hallmark Holiday. Things have changed now that I live two states away from my father, and most of the time, we’re apart during that special Sunday in June. Thanks to technology, we use FaceTime […]

Do not take hurricane advisories lightly

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While Sugar Land is somewhat removed from the Gulf Coast area, it is not immune from Mother Nature during tropical storms and hurricanes. Here are some suggestions on staying safe: Get A Kit / “To-Go Bag” Get an Emergency Supply Kit, which includes items like non-perishable food, water, a battery-powered or hand-crank radio, extra flashlights […]

Fort Bend law enforcement emphasizes pro-active approach


By S. Barot For The Star A city only 300 miles away from Fort Bend County – is the newest municipality to be put on the center stage for police and civilian relations. Earlier this month, McKinney Police officers were dispatched to an altercation at a pool party. A bystander took a cell phone video […]

Here Comes the Sun: A few simple actions will help you protect against skin cancer this summer


With more than 2 million people diagnosed every year, skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States.  It’s one of the most treatable cancers when diagnosed early, but it’s also largely preventable if you avoid the sun’s harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays.  Everyone, regardless of skin type, is at risk of potential harmful […]

Lower Brazos Coalition works to develop river’s resources


By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com After the late May downpour in the Houston area, it’s difficult to think about the possibility of a drought. But several area leaders formed the Lower Brazos River Coalition in January as a way of “ensuring” that the river’s limited resources are developed and managed for the benefit of all stakeholders. […]

Sheriff’s Office generates revenue for Fort Bend County residents

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In early 2013, Sheriff Troy E. Nehls and the executive staff of the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office Detention Bureau began to reach out to neighboring agencies in an attempt to formulate partnerships in regards to the housing of those agencies’ excess inmate populations.  Within months, the Detention Bureau reached contract housing agreements with the […]

COMMENTARY: Early detection saves lives, including mine

Michael Sudhalter

Three and half decades ago, my mother gave me life. I consider that to be heroic, especially given an all of the challenges that raising a child presents. I know that on some level, she realized how extraordinary it was to bring a child into the world. But on the morning of March 24, 2000, […]

Dulles High School wins 6A Academic State Championship

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Dulles High School wins 2015 6A Academic State Championship (5/29/2015) Congratulations to Dulles High School on being named the 2015 6A Academic State Champions. This impressive win marks the third state title in four years for Dulles, and the eighth consecutive academic championship title for Fort Bend ISD. Dulles earned first place team honors in […]

FBISD could save $4 million by adjusting bell schedules


By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com The Fort Bend Independent School District could save a considerable amount of money by changing its bell schedule, but the district will carefully consider all of its options before moving forward. Fort Bend ISD Chief Financial Officer Steven Bassett estimated the district may be able to save anywhere from $3-4 million […]

Vehicle registration renewals are even more convenient

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Patsy Schultz, Fort Bend County Tax Assessor Collector, would like to inform the public that places to renew their vehicle registration stickers has expanded.  Schultz states “We are pleased to announce that beginning June 8, 2015, all 10 Kroger grocery stores in Fort Bend County will be able to renew your vehicle registration stickers.  Just […]

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