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Rising healthcare costs are killing education funding

(Photos by Joe Southern)
State Senators Lois Kolkhorst, right, and Joan Huffman give a legislative update during a luncheon at the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce Nov. 2. The women said rising healthcare costs are making deep cuts into the rest of the state’s budget.

Senators discuss upcoming legislative session with chamber By Joe Southern jsouthern@fortbendstar.com The Texas Legislature would love to increase funding for public education but rising healthcare costs are killing their ability to do so. That was the message delivered by Fort Bend County’s two state senators during a legislative update luncheon Nov. 2 at the Fort […]

Post office renamed after fallen Marine

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U.S. Rep. Pete Olson, R-Texas, speaks during a dedication ceremony to rename a Sugar Land post office after LCpl. Garrett W. Gamble, a Marine killed in the line of Duty in Afghanistan.

U.S. Rep. Pete Olson, R-Texas, dedicated a post office in Sugar Land to fallen Marine Lance Corporal Garrett Gamble last week. Gamble was killed on March 11, 2010, while patrolling during combat operations in Helmand province, Afghanistan. He was a 2008 graduate of Stephen F. Austin High in Sugar Land. Several members of the Sugar […]

Packrats on the run: The Fort Bend Star is moving


It sure doesn’t take long to accumulate a lot of stuff. As we are discovering here at the Fort Bend Star, years of accumulation can wrap around you worse than the extra 10 pounds you put on over the holidays. We are in the process of moving to a new location at 3944 Bluebonnet Drive […]

Gary Majors appointed to Pct. 2 Constable position

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Lt. Gary Majors is sworn in as Pct. 2 Constable by Fort Bend County Judge Robert Hebert.

On Oct. 25, the Fort Bend County Commissioners Court appointed Lt. Gary Majors as Constable, Precinct 2 for the remaining term of office previously held by recently deceased Constable Ruben Davis. Majors has been a deputy in the Precinct 2 Constable’s Office for 22 years, working his way up through the ranks of Corporal, Sergeant […]

Sugar Land man told he had already voted

(Photo by Joe Southern)
Leon Anhaiser of Sugar Land shows the form he filled out in order to case a provisional ballot Friday after an election judge informed him that he had already voted when in fact he had not.

Election errors are few but alarming By Joe Southern jsouthern@fortbendstar.com When Leon Anhaiser of Sugar Land went to vote Friday at the polling location in the library on Eldridge Road, he handed the election judge his driver’s license only to be informed that he had already voted two days earlier at another location. “They ran […]

Students learn why cops pull the trigger


By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star Photos by Theresa D. McClellan It was a worst case, no-win scenario. A routine arrest turns deadly when the child passenger emerges from the vehicle with a long gun and fires on police, trying to save her father from jail. “Listen honey, put the gun down. […]

Top Gun treatment at Wings Over Houston air show

(Photo by Joe Southern)
AeroShell AT-6 Texan trainers line up in formation during a media flight Friday for the Wings Over Houston air show held Saturday and Sunday at Ellington Field. The show featured the famed U.S. Navy Blue Angels.

I hope that sometime within the next few days I can get the soundtrack from “Top Gun” out of my head. Hearing Kenny Loggins’ “Danger Zone” over and over isn’t so bad, but after making three trips in four days to Wings Over Houston, I’m ready to move on. Or am I? In my head […]

Fort Bend ISD extends Dupre’s contract

FBISD Superindentent

Contract extended until April 2020, includes salary increase During its regular business meeting on Monday, Oct. 17, the FBISD Board of Trustees voted to extend Superintendent Charles Dupre’s employment contract until April 2020. Dupre joined the district in April of 2013. In addition to extending the duration of the contract by another year, the board […]

Meeting the candidates

Photos by Joe Southern

The Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce and the Fort Bend Voters League hosted a candidates reception Oct. 18 at the chamber office. Candidates for public office on the ballot in Fort Bend County were invited to meet with constituents during the informal gathering. Pictured here are several candidates and guests during introductions. Attorney Ron Cohen, […]

Broncos and Texans share interesting history

(Photo by Joe Southern)
Denver Broncos quarterback Brock Osweiler prepares to throw the ball in a preseason game last year against the Houston Texans. Osweiler defected to the Texans this year for a $72 million contract, becoming one of many players to play for both teams.

Up next for our Houston Texans are my Denver Broncos. While I most certainly count myself as a Texan fan, I bleed Bronco orange and blue. I was born and raised near Denver and my family has had season tickets since the 1980s. Living in the Houston area for more than eight years and having […]

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