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Sugar Land man proud to be a veteran, policeman

Retired U.S. Marines Corporal Lyn Zamora, a Sugar Land resident and First Gulf War Veteran, said it’s important for veterans to support organizations like the American Legion.  (Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

By Michael Sudhalter For many years, American Legion and Veteran’s of Foreign War posts have been comprised of World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War veterans. Sugar Land resident Lyn Zamora, a retired U.S. Marine Corporal and grandson of a World War II Marine who fought at Normandy, believes that younger veterans should […]

Rep. Reynolds hopes to finally clear his name


By Michael Sudhalter District 27 State Rep. Ron Reynolds (D-Missouri City) has seen the Barratry charges against him downgraded, and then delayed multiple times, including once due to a mistrial. But the three-term state representative said he’s looking forward to finally clearing his name when he appears in Montgomery County Court to face five […]

Local scholarship available to HCC students


Each Spring Bhayani Home Team Scholarship through the HCC Foundation will award up to $50,000 in scholarships to graduating seniors from Fort Bend ISD public high schools. Each eligible graduate will be awarded up to $1,000 for each school year for tuition and fees at Houston Community College. Awards are renewable up to two years. […]

Olson opposes debt limit budget deal


U.S. Rep. Pete Olson (R-TX) voted last week against the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015, a large, complex spending bill that increases spending by $80 billion over the next three years with most of the cuts not taking place until 2025. This bill includes provisions to lift the debt ceiling until March 2017 and adjust […]

County approves $15,000 to fight Truancy litigation

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The Fort Bend County Commissioner’s Court unanimously approved up to $15,000 to hire a Houston-based attorney in litigation related to the Fort Bend Truancy Court. The County plans to “retain attorney W. Troy McKinney to study an appropriate course of action to be taken on behalf of any County officials and employees named as potential […]

Memorial Hermann Medical Group welcomes interventional cardiologist

Marcin J. Bujak, M.D., Ph.D

Interventional Cardiologist Marcin J. Bujak, M.D., Ph.D., has joined Memorial Hermann Medical Group (MHMG) and will see patients at MHMG Cardiology Southwest and MHMG Sugar Land Multi-Specialty Clinic. Dr. Bujak completed his residency training at Baylor College of Medicine and cardiology and interventional cardiology fellowship at Yale School of Medicine / Yale New Haven Hospital. […]

Fort Bend Theatre: Hilarious and Wacky Jack and the Frankenbeanstalk!

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The uproarious Jack and The Frankenbeanstalk is now showing at award-winning Fort Bend Theatre, 2815 N. Main, Stafford, Texas, through November 8, Saturdays and Sundays at 3 p.m. Mash-up the stories of “Frankenstein” and “Jack and the Beanstalk,” and you get this wildly fun and witty play.  Dr. Frankenbean and Ogre have worked for 20 […]

FBISD trustee pushes neighborhood road issue


By Michael Sudhalter Fort Bend ISD trustee Kristin Tassin has expressed frustration in an hour-long commute to Ridge Point High – where her children attend school. Tassin – who is advocating on behalf of many of her Sienna Point neighbors – would like to see a paved east-west road built connecting the Sienna Point […]

Newest council member to decide MC’s next city manager


By Michael Sudhalter Six months ago, Anthony Maroulis was an Engineer with no political experience. The first-term Missouri City District C member will provide the deciding vote between whether interim city manager Bill Atkinson or former Austin Assistant City Manager Anthony Snipes is hired as Missouri City’s next City Manager. “Our staff deserves an […]

COMMENTARY: Should prep football coaches be held accountable for on-field performance?

Michael Sudhalter

High school football plays just as important of a role in Texas culture as barbecue, bluebonnets and conservative politics. Coaches from other states dream about the possibility of becoming a head football coach at a 6A or 5A school in Texas, so they can focus solely on being a coach/campus athletic coordinator. They won’t have […]

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