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32-year-old female reported missing

Deandrea Dimitria Uche

The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office is seeking help in finding a missing person. The subject, Deandrea Dimitria Uche, 32, was reported as missing from her last known residence in the 2500 block of Slippery Rock in the Sugar Land area. She is a black female, about 5-feet, 10-inches tall and weighs about 220 pounds. […]

Groups hold event to promote awareness of child abuse

No excuse for child abuse say more than 150 blue-clad Scouts and child advocates in recognition of Child Abuse Prevention Month. Organizers will blanket Fort Bend County inblue to raise awareness. (Submitted photo)

By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star Blue. The color of bruises. A feeling of depression. Now a symbol of hope. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and organizers intend to blanket Fort Bend County with the color of blue as a reminder that, “child abuse exists in every community.” Last Friday night […]

City, county tear down old pedestrian bridge


Ownership in question, no plan to rebuild By Joe Southern A decrepit pedestrian bridge in the Fonmeadow community was torn down Monday but will probably not be rebuilt, much to the dismay of local residents. “There are no plans to replace it. Nothing is in the works,” said resident Bruce Zaborowski. He is one […]

Hall Lake residents want path relocated

Several Hall Lake subdivision residents protest the location of a bike path in front of their neighborhood. They said they want it moved next to Brooks Street where the drainage ditch is currently.  (Photo by Joe Southern)

By Joe Southern Residents of the Hall Lake community along Brooks Street say they support construction of a bike path in front of their community, just not the location of it. Several of them gathered March 31 at the entrance to their community with picket signs protesting the path they say is dangerous, harmful […]

Williams Elementary teacher honored by Houston Area Alliance of Black School Educators

Samantha Keller 
Third Grade Teacher

She may be from Louisiana, but third grade teacher Samantha Keller is proud to be a Wrangler at Williams Elementary. And the Wranglers are extra proud of her after she was named the 2016 Teacher of the Year by the Houston Area Alliance of Black School Educators. Henva Meldow, principal at Williams Elementary, nominated Keller […]

Ground broken for Welding-Plumbing Training Center

Participating in the ground-breaking ceremony for the new Welding-Plumbing training facility were, from left, Richard Erivo, Inmates Vocational Administrator for the sheriff’s office; Precinct 4 Commissioner James Patterson; Sheriff Troy E. Nehls; James Knight, Facilities Director for Fort Bend County; and Major Thomas Goodfellow, the Detention Bureau Commander at the sheriff’s office.

A groundbreaking ceremony was held recently for a new Welding-Plumbing Training Center, an addition to the training facilities for inmates in the Fort Bend County Detention Center. Already in service is the H-VAC/Electrical facility, in which training began in 2015. The 2,800-square-foot building will house two programs, one for welding and the other for plumbing. […]

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

Ruthanne Mefford, CEO of Child Advocates Fort Bend, and Doug Earle, Exchange Club of Sugar Land “Blue Ribbon” Committee Chair, hope to engage the community in the fight against child abuse by inviting the public to “The Light of Hope” Child Abuse Awareness event.

Anyone driving around Sugar Land may notice blue ribbons tied on trees. The Exchange Club of Sugar Land is tying blue ribbons around trees to heighten awareness of child abuse in Fort Bend County. The blue color signifies the bruises found on abused children. Child advocates and Exchange Club of Sugar Land are hosting the […]

The four horsemen of the political apocalypse are upon us


Yes, this is an opinion page. No, I don’t normally write about politics, which is what you normally find on an opinion page. This week is different. I am going to talk about politics. Presidential politics are especially nasty this year. They’re nasty every time we have a presidential election, but this year is off-the-charts […]

High school counselors get a lesson on technical education opportunities

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Almost 50 high school counselors from the Fort Bend County area gathered at the Rosenberg Civic Center March 22 for the first-ever counselors update on Texas State Technical College, which is expanding its programs and physical presence in the area. “It’s important that area counselors become familiar with our programs, financial aid and admissions processes […]

TSTC marks milestone in campus construction


By Joe Southern Construction of the first building at Texas State Technical College’s new Rosenberg campus recently reached a milestone and was celebrated March 23 with a Topping Out Ceremony featuring many local dignitaries and school officials. The traditional topping out ceremony signifies placement of the last structural beam on a building. “We are […]

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