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Memorial Hermann expands convenient care center model to growing area of Fort Bend County


Memorial Hermann is set to open a new Convenient Care Center (CCC) August 3 in Sienna Plantation. The new facility, the Memorial Hermann Convenient Care Center in Sienna Plantation, will be the fourth CCC to open in the Memorial Hermann Health System. Memorial Hermann currently operates CCCs in Pearland, Summer Creek and most recently Katy. […]

Judge Ruiz plans to retire at the end of July


After 24 years of service, Judge Pedro Ruiz has announced his retirement from public office with Fort Bend County.  Judge Ruiz is currently an Associate Judge serving Fort Bend County for the 240th, 268th, 400th and 434th Judicial District Courts, where he has served near the last twelve years.  Prior to this Office Judge Ruiz […]

COMMENTARY: Enough is enough with gun violence


Fourteen times, US President Barack Obama has had to address the nation to mourn Americans killed by senseless gun violence. Sadder still is the fact that 86 folks die unnoticed in this country from gun violence each day. Enough is enough. Tucson, Ariz. 2011, Congresswoman Gabby Giffords and 18 others are shot, six are killed […]

COMMENTARY: Defending the Second Amendment


As Texans and Americans, we believe the Constitutions of the Unites States and Texas are a set of binding principals which define the form of government and laws we utilize.  We do not believe they are “Living Documents” with the meaning changing over time.  This is the guiding principles on which the country and state […]

Do You Know Diabetes? Separate Fact from Fiction


Diabetes is a condition that occurs when blood-sugar levels are elevated. This is because the body doesn’t produce enough insulin – a hormone that regulates blood sugar levels– or it no longer responds to insulin. When this happens, the sugar in your blood that is supposed to be converted into energy remains in the blood, […]

District Attorney: Random Grand Jury Selection has benefits, drawbacks

John Healey

By Michael Sudhalter Grand juries in Texas will no longer be selected by judge-appointed commissioners, due to Gov. Greg Abbott signing House Bill 2150 into law last month. Grand juries will be selected at random, in the same way that standard juries are selected. Texas was one of the few states to still have […]

COMMENTARY: Showing up, and reaching out in Missouri City

Michael Sudhalter

An engineer by the name of Robert Johnson once said “the world is run by those who show up.” It’s true, and that’s a big part of the reason why Missouri City Mayor Allen Owen has been re-elected with little or no competition over the past 21 years. The contingent of anti-Owen backers has a […]

New Stafford MSD trustees could influence LOE policy


By Michael Sudhalter fford The Stafford municipal and school district elections may be over, but the discussion over the future of Stafford Municipal School District’s Limited Open Enrollment (LOE) may be starting again soon. The city will host a public forum after a joint City Council-School Board meeting at 7 p.m. on Aug. 26 […]

CIVIL SERVANT OF THE WEEK: U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class C.J. Pacheco


By Michael Sudhalter U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class C.J. Pacheco, a Richmond resident, proudly served three tours of duty in Iraq. “There was a lot of camaraderie between the soldiers and the Iraqi people,” Pacheco said. “We created partnerships and long-lasting friendships.” Pacheco, 31, served his first tour when Operation Iraqi Freedom started in […]

Fort Bend ISD voting reform picks up support


By Michael Sudhalter A growing number of Fort Bend political leaders are advocating that Fort Bend ISD reform a voting system that has been in place for the past 56 years. District 27 State Rep. Ron Reynolds (D-Missouri City), with the support of several County Commissioners, Meadows Place Mayor Charles Jessup and Missouri City […]

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