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Officials continue monitoring rise of Brazos River, local roads

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UPDATE: The Brazos River has reached a level of 54.61 feet. Missouri City residents can expect water levels to rise throughout the afternoon and to see additional street flooding. Area rainfall later today and throughout the rest of the week will impact the rate of water level recession. Early voting for City Council At Large […]

Road Closes due to Rising Water

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US 90-A EB at Harlem Rd. has been closed due to high water. Traffic is being diverted to Pitts Rd. We recommend eastbound traffic use FM 762 in Richmond to access US 59 as an alternative route. This historic flooding event is causing many roads to close. For more flooding updates please refer to our […]

UPDATE: LAMAR CISD – MAY 31, 2016

All Lamar CISD schools and offices will be OPEN on Tuesday, May 31, 2016—with the exception of the following schools: Austin Elementary, Frost Elementary, Jackson Elementary, Wertheimer Middle, Briscoe Junior and Foster High. Austin Elementary, Frost Elementary, Jackson Elementary, Wertheimer Middle, Briscoe Junior and Foster High will all be CLOSED on Tuesday, May 31, 2016. […]

The State Bank of Texas can finance your dream of homeownership

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By Joe Southern jsouthern@fortbendstar.com Despite the Houston area’s economic downturn, this is a great time to consider financing construction of a new home. According to Nicki Black, EVP/Stafford President of The State Bank of Texas, demand for new homes is steady despite the woes of the oil and gas industry. “Whether there’s a downturn in […]

Cash in on a strong seller’s market

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By Darlene Massington Oh Yes! It does say cash in, money is on the table and waiting for you. It’s time to seize the opportunity because there are too few homes and a surplus of buyers in the Fort Bend Area. Right, there is a strong seller’s market despite what others say. Fort Bend is […]

Agencies go online in fight against illegal drugs

Sheriff Troy E. Nehls spoke briefly at the event Wednesday, sharing his appreciation on the development of the new website that will combat drug operations in Fort Bend County.

Officials with the Houston High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) gathered recently to unveil new websites for Fort Bend and Walker counties to combat the distribution and sale of illegal narcotics in those counties. The new websites will educate residents and businesses about the threat of illegal drug activity in the Fort Bend and Walker […]

Special election set for new Richmond Commission positions

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On May 7, the voters of Richmond approved four amendments to the City Charter. One of the amendments increases the number of City Commissioners from two to four. When the City Commission canvassed, or certified the results of the election, the two new positions created vacancies. The vacancies must be filled by an election held […]

Legislating the potty: Why where we wee matters

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Restrooms are notoriously awkward places. We go to them in urgent times of need and make ourselves vulnerable in very obvious ways. What we do in restrooms is very personal and sometimes a little messy. Some people take it upon themselves to make it even messier than it ought to be, but that’s a subject […]

Vietnam veteran remembers those who did and didn’t make it home

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By Theresa D. McClellan For The Fort Bend Star His eyes shine bright. That’s because tears are never far from Adolph Moreno. At 70 years old, the memories of Vietnam return in an instant. He is most comfortable around people like him. Which is why the Sugar Land man is a constant fixture at the […]

Federal transgender policy won’t bring immediate changes to local schools

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By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star When it comes to providing restroom facilities for transgender students, the top three independent school districts serving Fort Bend County say they shun discrimination but student safety is top priority. Earlier this month the U.S. Departments of Education and Justice notified public school districts nationwide, in […]

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