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Of Boy Scouts, summer camp and Old Goats

JOE SOUTHERN
EDITOR

There’s nothing like a little peer pressure to keep you on your toes. I spent the last week camping with Troop 1000 at Camp Parsons up near Seattle. It was an amazing adventure to say the least. We had seven dads and 40 boys exploring new territory more than 2,000 miles from home for nine […]

Cornyn meets with Sugar Land mayor

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U.S. Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) hosted (now former) Sugar Land Mayor James Thompson recently in his office in Washington, D.C., to discuss federal issues important to the City of Sugar Land.

Houston Metal Detecting Services find success on ground and under water

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By Donna Hill For the Fort Bend Star As the owner and operator of Houston Metal Detecting Services, John Volek stands behind his company’s slogan You lost it…We’ll find it. A veteran of over 28 years in law enforcement, with 18 of those as a Sugar Land police officer, he understands about conducting a through […]

Fort Bend resident and KPRC reporter Phil Archer receives PETA award for saving dog

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Troy E. Nehls with his adopted dog “Archer”.

By Donna Hill For the Fort Bend Star Dog gone it, there just had to be one good story coming out of the recent floods that hit the area recently. Fort Bend County resident and KPRC Channel 2 reporter Phil Archer saw a chance to save a life, and the People for the Ethical Treatment […]

FEMA/State Disaster Recovery Centers Will be closed July 3-4

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Holiday hours for the state/federal disaster recovery centers assisting Texans affected by May’s storms and flooding have been announced by FEMA. All disaster recovery centers in Texas will be closed Sunday, July 3 and Monday, July 4 for the Independence Day holiday. The centers will be open Saturday, July 2, from 9 a.m. to 2 […]

Fluor Foundation donates to LCISD STEM program

Fluor’s Tim Palmore presents a check for $20,800 to Janice Knight to underwrite STEM programs in Lamar CISD.

The Fluor Foundation has donated $20,800 to the Lamar Educational Awards Foundation to underwrite science, technology engineering and math (STEM) programs. “It’s encouraging to see the results of the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) program at Lamar CISD,” said Tim Palmore, Senior Project Manager for Fluor. “I was invited to meet with the students […]

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital receives patient safety accreditation

Damon Smith, Jackie Trotter, Tosha Vaughn, Maria Socci, Monica Salinas, Diane McGraw, Ann Prather, Tanuja Parmar, Janet Leatherwood, Pauletta Blackstock and Brooke Taylor of Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital.

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital has earned accreditation from DNV GL – Healthcare, demonstrating that it meets or exceeds the patient safety standards set forth by the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. DNV GL is one of the world’s leading advisors on safety and sustainability and provides accreditation services to a number of […]

Locals elected to Texas Democratic posts

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Democrats from Fort Bend County attended the Texas Democratic convention in San Antonio last weekend and came away with several prized elected positions in the party. The largest Texas Democratic convention in the history of the state rallied behind the nomination of Secretary Hillary Clinton for President and excitement about taking back congress to the […]

What wonderfully weird things do you collect?

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Collections are weird and wonderful things. Over the years I have written stories about people with unusual collections. Among them are a girl who collected animal skeletons and a friend who collects all things Snoopy (not Peanuts, just Snoopy exclusively). I even wrote a story about a church in Amarillo with an impressive collection of […]

Stafford MSD’s Christopher Reid: A loyal patriot and an exceptional teacher

CHRISTOPHER REID
Stafford Municipal School District Teacher of the Year

By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@staffordmsd.org Christopher Reid, the 2014-15 Stafford Municipal School District Teacher of the Year, received some great advice when he graduated from high school in the early 1990s. “My father said ‘challenge yourself’,” said Reid, who begins his fifth year at Stafford MSD next month. Reid, 42, took that advice to heart, joining […]

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