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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 […]

YMCA to offer free childcare on Election Day

YMCA

In an effort to provide busy parents and guardians an opportunity to vote on Election Day on Nov. 8, the YMCA of Greater Houston is offering two hours of free childcare through its Child Watch program. At the Y, children ages 6 months through 11 years will be supervised by trained and attentive staff members […]

UH comes from behind to beat Central Florida

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By Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star Just when the Cougars’ season was starting to swirl down the drain, the players who are expected to make plays, finally made some plays, and the University of Houston came back to defeat the University of Central Florida 31-24 Saturday. UH was behind 24-3 with 13:05 to […]

Fort Bend ISD extends Dupre’s contract

Dr. CHARLES DUPRE
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 […]

@FtBendAthletics: Ridge Point still on top

Athlete of the Week 
Amryn Jeffrey.

By Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star With three weeks to go in the season, Ridge Point leads District 20-6A with a 4-0 record. Bush and Travis are tied for second with 3-1 records. Hightower and Kempner are tied for third at 2-2, Dulles and Austin are 1-3, and Clements is 0-4. The top […]

Pet of the Week 10/19/16

Rambo

Hello!  My name is Rambo and I am a Brindle colored Akita Shepherd mix and I am just over 2 years old.  Come by and visit with me.  I would love to meet you!

Superintendents school chamber on finances

Dr. CHARLES DUPRE
FBISD Superindentent

By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star When three superintendents spoke before the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce telling them how well their schools were doing, they were more than a cheering squad. They wanted to make clear that their public schools are worth fighting for with state legislators and asked for help […]

Fort Bend County mourns the unexpected loss of Constable Ruben Davis

RUBEN DAVIS
Fort Bend County Constable
1955 - 2016

It is with great sadness that the Fort Bend County Precinct 2 Constable’s Office reports the passing of its leader Ruben Davis Jr.Davis led the Precinct 2 Constable Office for more than two decades. He passed away peacefully on Tuesday, Oct. 18, in the early morning hours at age 61. Since May 1996, Davis served […]

Early detection, improved access to care goal for breast cancer advocates

Anne H. Meyn

“We know that people die of breast cancer for two reasons: a lack of high quality breast cancer care accessible to everyone and a lack of treatments for the most aggressive and deadly forms,” said Dr. Judith A. Salermo, president and CEO of Susan G. Komen. Salermo also said in a prepared statement last month […]

County gets update on I-69 project

(Photo by Joe Southern)
John Thompson, chairman of the Alliance for I-69, gives an update on the project to attendees at the Fort Bend Regional Infrastructure Conference.

By Joe Southern jsouthern@fortbendstar.com Someone in the Texas Department of Transportation once told Judge John P. Thompson that there would never be any money or any commitment of resources to build Interstate 69 in Texas. The Mexico to Canada highway was never supposed to happen. Yet as commuters along the Southwest Freeway in Fort Bend […]

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