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Richard Ramirez named Stafford’s interim police chief

Richard Ramirez
Stafford Interim Police Chief

Staff Reports Richard Ramirez, who has served with the Stafford Police Department since 1994, was promoted to interim chief. Ramirez, a Stafford resident, succeeds Bonny Krahn, who served as SPD Chief since 1973. Ramirez plans on applying to become the permanent chief. Ramirez has served as a Patrolman, Gang Unit Investigator, Patrol Supervisor, Detective, Support […]

Colony Meadows community divided on proposed pavilion


By S. Barot For The Star The Colony Meadows Elementary Parent Teach Organization (CME PTO) is gifting the school an outdoor pavilion valued at $67,000. The multi-purpose pavilion is slated to provide shade and rain protection for all CME students and used for CME-related activities. According to a PTO document used for soliciting donations for […]

COMMENTARY: Responding to Council Member Jajoo


As the Mayor of Sugar Land, I have rarely, if ever, felt it necessary to respond to an article written by a member of our City Council. When the prudent financial management of Sugar Land and the actions of City Council is called into question, I feel compelled to set the record the straight. I […]

COMMENTARY: Entry Level Jobs & Crime: A Dangerous & Growing Correlation

Will Smith

While growing up as a young man on Galveston Island, I couldn’t wait to become old enough, get an hourly job and begin the process to take on responsibility. Weeks before reaching my sixteenth birthday, my foray into the world of employment commenced as a bus boy at the Golden Griddle Restaurant on the Seawall. […]

Stafford man arrested for threatening cops

Gustavo Garcia

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch received a call from an unknown subject threatening to kill “everybody in the police department” last week. Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office Communications personnel immediately contacted Investigators to investigate the source of the phone call.  Investigators were able to locate and identify the suspect who made the call. An […]

FBISD board unanimously approves Truancy program – with stipulations


By Michael Sudhalter When Gov. Greg Abbott (R-Texas) signed a bill to decriminalize School Truancy – effective Sept. 1 – it didn’t answer or solve all of the questions regarding the matter. On Monday night, the Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees unanimously voted to approve “Saved By The Bell,” a collaborative Truancy prevention […]

Former Missouri City Chief named Fort Worth’s Police Chief


It didn’t take long for Joel Fitzgerald to return to the Lone Star State. Fitzgerald, a Philadelphia native who served as Missouri City’s Police Chief from 2009-13, was named Chief of Police in Fort Worth last week. Fort Worth is the 16th largest city in the U.S. and the fifth largest in Texas with a […]

COMMENTARY: Calling for fiscal responsibility in Sugar Land


On Sept. 15, I voted against an effective tax increase for Sugar Land budget for FY 16. The City received $1.73 Million more than the filed budget, which equates to about 1.7 cents on the current tax rate of $0.31595 per $100 of appraised property valuation. In addition to the tax cut, I also proposed […]

Richmond resident speaks out against FBCAD appraisals


By Deborah Baranyai For The Star A Richmond resident said she has some bones to pick with the Fort Bend County Appraisal District (FBCAD) concerning her increase in tax value. Barbara Gritczek, art teacher/retired master appraiser, said that the FBCAD is not following procedures and no longer responds to the citizens of Fort Bend County. […]


By Michael Sudhalter The construction of the $21.5 million campus is part of an elaborate development plan that involves Missouri City, Houston Community College (HCC), Fort Bend County and the George Foundation. There’s about to be a fifth party engaged in the process – the voters of Fort Bend County. The $8 million purchase […]

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