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Voters return to polls to decide runoffs


Rep. Reynolds faces Bartholomew in race for House District 27 By Joe Southern Voters will be heading back to the polls on Tuesday, May 24, for the primary runoff elections. The biggest race of note will be on the Democratic ballot as State Rep. Ron Reynolds faces challenger Angelique Bartholomew for the District 27 […]

HCC breaks ground on Missouri City campus

Officials of Houston Community College along with area elected officials break ground on the new campus in Missouri City. (Photo by Joe Southern)

By Joe Southern Officials with Houston Community College, Missouri City and others in the region gathered May 4 at City Hall for a ceremonial groundbreaking ceremony for the new college campus going up on the lot next door. The $21.5 million, 67,000-square-foot facility will be known as the Missouri City Center for Entrepreneurship, Technology […]

Police are on the front line of race relations


I think I was probably more upset with my own failure to react as much as I was with the perceived racial profiling by one of Rosenberg’s finest. It was just after 10 p.m. and I was waiting in front of the Cinemark movie theaters with my son and his date waiting for her ride […]

Runoff elections emerge in city races


By Joe Southern Crowded fields narrowed significantly during Saturday’s municipal and school board elections but voters will still be headed back to the polls June 11 to settle several runoffs. The five-way race for Sugar Land major is down to two as current city councilmen Joe Zimmerman and Harish Jajoo took the top spots […]

Superintendents give glowing reports on schools

The Central Fort Bend Chamber held its annual State of the Schools Luncheon Friday. The superintendents from Fort Bend, Needville and Larmar Consolidated school districts gave updates on their schools. Pictured here, Dr. Thomas Randle, Lamar CISD superintendent, talks about growth in the district.

Superintendents for Lamar CISD, Fort Bend ISD and Needville ISD gave glowing reviews of each district at the Central Fort Bend Chamber’s 2016 State of the Schools Luncheon. The event was held April 29 at Safari Texas Ranch and was presented by Brazos Valley Schools Credit Union. Fort Bend ISD Deputy Superintendent Dr. Christie Whitbeck […]

Stafford MSD to close on Friday for funeral


Stafford MSD will be closed on Friday, May 6 in observance of head baseball coach Michael Mesa’s funeral and viewing. Here is an official statement from Stafford MSD Superintendent Dr. Robert Bostic: “With respect to students, athletes, colleagues, friends and most importantly, the Mesa Family, we have decided to close the district on Friday, May […]

May the Fourth be with you, always


Welcome to Star Wars Day – May the Fourth be with you! In the spring of 1977 all of my 11- and 12-year-old friends were abuzz about some new science fiction moving coming out. Me? I was a die-hard Trekker. I knew my “Star Trek” inside and out and really wasn’t interested in other science […]

Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center opens May 28

Tracy Golden, development director for the Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center, shows off Kidtropolis under construction at the Sugar Land museum. (Photo by Joe Southern)

By Joe Southern Right now the Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center is a contrast of major construction going on alongside vibrant, colorful detail work of the exhibits that will be ready for interaction with little hands when the facility holds its grand opening on May 28. “People are really starting to talk about it,” […]

Governor’s Commission for Women seeks nominations for Texas Women’s Hall of Fame

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The Texas Governor’s Commission for Women is now accepting nominations for the Texas Women’s Hall of Fame. Nominations are open to any native or current residents of Texas, living or deceased, who have made significant contributions that have benefitted the state of Texas. “The Texas Women’s Hall of Fame enshrines in history the invaluable contributions […]

Opening Day brings new hope, enthusiasm for Skeeters


Despite the rain, more rain and the threat of even more rain, the Sugar Land Skeeters began the 2016 season in perfect weather last Thursday. In fact, the weather was perfect for the first three games, as were the Skeeters. The team is 3-0 at the time of this writing. I was there for the […]

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