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Arming teachers? Let’s find a middle ground solution…

Michael Sudhalter

We all care about children’s safety, so any ideas or solutions to further that goal come from a good place. In a nation where politics can be often become bitter and divisive, it’s important that we acknowledge and evaluate ideas that are presented before us. Missouri City resident/business owner Kris Allfrey was an unsuccessful candidate […]

Civil Servant of the Week: FBSO’s Ron Skarpa


By Michael Sudhalter If an alligator or snake shows up at a house, yard or public place, law enforcement strongly emphasizes that residents call them rather than dealing with it directly. And if he’s on duty, there’s a good chance that Fort Bend Sheriff’s Office deputy Ron Skarpa will be among the deputies responding […]

Fort Bend County names new Facilities and Planning Director


James D. Knight has been selected as Fort Bend County’s new Facilities Management and Planning Director, a position that has been filled for over nine years by Donald G. Brady who recently announced his retirement effective at the end of September. Mr. Knight is a twenty-three year resident of Fort Bend County and brings to […]


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From the Aug. 20 issue Elementary No. 47 in Riverstone is part of the proposed $484 million bond that will be voted upon Nov. 4, but Fort Bend ISD superintendent Dr. Charles Dupre said that Riverstone will be built regardless of the bond’s outcome.

Fort Bend Brewing Company continues to grow


By Christina Martinez With the craft beer phenomenon growing everyday, Bigger. Bolder. Texas Brewed. – is the spirited anthem Fort Bend Brewing Co. has embodied to take their stance in the beer marvel. Fort Bend Brewery is the first craft brewery in Fort Bend County, located at 13370 South Gessner Road in Missouri City […]

Residents to move into new Sienna Plantation development by late 2015


By Michael Sudhalter The Sienna Plantation will double in the next five years, with new residents expected to move into a new area of the development late next year. Sienna Plantation currently has 6,800 homes, but Sienna South, which is currently under construction, is expected to add 6,500. The first phase, which is expected […]

Civil Servant of the Week: Sugar Land PD’s Mayra Cardenas

Mayra Cardenas

By Michael Sudhalter Mayra Cardenas has worked in law enforcement in Fort Bend County for the past 11 years, first in Meadows Place and Stafford, and now with the Sugar Land Police Department. Cardenas, 35, said she was interested in public safety from a young age to be able to help out people without […]

Bordering on Weird

Lynn Ashby

My fellow Patriots, This is an invitation to a secret meeting of the Texas Militia & Non-Mensas. Maybe you saw our ad in the papers and on TV. We are here to guard the Rio Grande River because all kinds of terrorists are sneaking across our border, like that guy Al Kida, and Obama Ben […]

Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital Awarded a Sixth Energy Star Label


For the sixth consecutive year, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Energy have recognized Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital as an ENERGY STAR facility for its leadership in energy efficiency. This designation indicates the hospital building performs in the top 10 percent of similar facilities nationwide for energy efficiency. It is the only […]

Possibility of Fort Bend commuter rail line gains traction


By Michael Sudhalter Missouri City resident Christopher Hall has lived in different cities with commuter rail, both in the U.S. and abroad, and doesn’t think Fort Bend County should have to do without it. “Less people on the road isn’t the only benefit of having easy access to reliable rail,” Hall said. “Light rail […]

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