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FBISD student scientists qualify for the Houston science and engineering fair

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Donna Hill Fort Bend Star Correspondent It’s not everyday that budding scientists get to demonstrate what they’ve discovered in their own laboratories. But at Fort Settlement Middle School’s cafeteria, budding young scientists brought their laboratory to school for Fort Bend ISD’s annual Secondary Science Fair Awards reception, held Feb. 4. FBISD students, parents and staff […]

Local cancer survivor hopes to help others

Cancer survivor Bill Schultz.  (Submitted photo)

By Deborah Rowe For The Star Bill Schultz a retired Richmond resident, was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer at only 51 years old. Against the odds, he fully recovered while being a patient at MD Anderson Cancer Center and has been spreading hope and joy to others suffering bouts of cancer for over 10 years. Pancreatic […]

Get to know the new Fort Bend Star editor

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Hello, Star readers. It seems funny to be writing that last line. Just last week I was saying goodbye to the fine folks in Sealy. I’m not from Sealy; I worked at The Sealy News for two years and two months. I’ve lived in Rosenberg since Christmas of 2008. With the exception of a very […]

Edible Earth Fest: Take A ‘Tour De Fruit’!

Missouri City Green member Don Johnson and Ben are ready for Edible Earth Fest on Saturday March 5 along Missouri City’s Edible Arbor Trail. (Photo by Summer Chen)

A brand new event will take place along the award-winning Edible Arbor Trail that borders Oyster Creek from 9 a.m.-noon on Saturday. Edible Earth Fest is a FREE event for participants of all ages. Members of Missouri City Green will host fun and interactive earth-friendly activities at 5 different booths spread along the trail including […]

Pioneer Bank Merger is Successfully Completed

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Pioneer Bancshares, Inc., the holding company for Pioneer Bank SSB, successfully completed its merger with FC Holdings, Inc., the holding company for First Community Bank N.A. effective March 1, 2016. The new Pioneer Bank exceeds $1 billion in total assets and operates 22 branches across Texas. Pioneer Bank is now one of the largest banks […]

Memorial Hermann named Region’s Most Outstanding Care providers in Four Top Categories

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Three Memorial Hermann Health System hospitals as well as Memorial Hermann Life Flight® were recently honored at the SouthEast Texas Regional Advisory Council (SETRAC) Awards Banquet 2016. Memorial Hermann received awards in four of the top categories, including: • Cardiac Award (hospital less than 250 beds): Memorial Hermann Greater Heights Hospital • Cardiac Award (hospital […]

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital opens new patient pavilion

Lowell Stanton, CFO; Sue Chiang, Board Vice Chairman; Chris Siebenaler, CEO; Sally Shen, Associate CNO; William Schwer, Board Chairman; Lonnie Meadows, Board Member

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital employees recently celebrated the opening of the hospital’s new six-story patient tower. A ribbon-cutting and blessing ceremony were held on February 26 to mark the launch of the new Brazos Pavilion, which will house 104 patient care beds, bringing the hospital’s total bed count to 347. Brazos Pavilion’s 20-bed intensive […]

Fort Bend County sues fallen deputy’s family, wants money back

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By Elsa Maxey elsa@fortbendstar.com Local attorney Amy Mitchell emphatically states that the statute of limitations for Fort Bend County to sue expired after two years after 39-year old Sheriff Deputy J.D. Norsworthy’s death in December 27, 2010. Norsworthy was critically injured after swerving to avoid traffic en route as back up for a fellow officer. […]

Providing professional dance instruction for 45 years

Ann Sill: 45 years of teaching dance in Houston. (Right photo) Miss Cindy: former student of AMSDS and a staff teacher for 24 years. (Photos by Michael Sudhalter)

For 45 years, Sugar Land resident, Ann Moody Sill has had a simple philosophy when it comes to owning and operating a dance studio; “To provide the very best professional instruction in technique and performance in a family-oriented, non-competitive atmosphere; to inspire passion for the art of dance giving every student, regardless of ability, the […]

Heidi Cruz stumps for her husband in Rosenberg

Michael Gibson, chairman of the Fort Bend County Republican Party with Heidi Cruz at the campaign. (Submitted photo)

By Joe Southern joe@fortbendstar.com Standing on the same stage her husband did four years ago when he ran for the Senate, Heidi Cruz came to Rosenberg Friday afternoon to campaign for Ted Cruz’s bid for the White House. The visit came the day after a Republican primary debate in Houston and four days before voters […]

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