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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT NOTEBOOK: Economic projections solid despite oil slump


By Michael Sudhalter Uncertainty has become a fact of life in the Greater Houston area, including Fort Bend County, with the drop in oil prices. But not all of the news is bad, according to Jeff Wiley, Director of the Fort Bend Economic Development Council. “I think we’ll have a strong year economically,” Wiley […]

State Education Commissioner to visit Sugar Land on Friday


Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce’s Education Division will host the newly appointed Texas Commissioner of Education,  Mike Morath: Leading Texas Education on Friday from 11:30-1 p.m. at the Sugar Land Marriott.  This luncheon will be presented by The Harris Law Firm with underwriter support by AG|CM, Inc., AUTOARCH Architects, and Fluor. Governor Greg Abbott appointed […]

Clements High’s Furlow named State Tennis Coach of the Year

Clements HS Tennis Coach

Clements High tennis coach John Furlow has been named the Texas State High School Coach of the Year. Furlow has coached the Rangers’ tennis program since the school opened in 1983. He’s taken two teams and more than 30 individuals to the state tournament. He played collegiate tennis at Texas A&I University (now known as […]

Skeeters name Jay Lucas as Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations

Jay Lucas

Former Houston Astros Executive Joins Skeeters The Sugar Land Skeeters announced today that Jay Lucas, who possesses more than two decades of sports communications experience, has been named Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations for the Skeeters organization.  Jay Miller, President for the organization, made the announcement. “We are excited to bring Jay on […]

Skeeters announce Deacon’s Stars and Stripes Charity Softball Game


Benefitting the Sugar Land Skeeters Foundation and Behind the Badge; April 16 at Constellation Field The Sugar Land Skeeters announced today that the Deacon’s Stars and Stripes Charity Softball Classic, presented by enTouch Business, will be held on Saturday, April 16 at Constellation Field. The inaugural charity softball game will raise money and awareness for […]

Pet of the Week 02/03/16


Riley is a 7 week-old Saint Bernard mix. She’s a sweet, cuddly puppy that loves playing with her siblings and being the center of attention.  Don’t let her small size fool you; this fluffy pup will be a BIG girl when she grows up.  She’s playful, energetic, and gives great kisses.  You can meet Riley […]

COMMENTARY: Scarcella’s temper tantrum divides Stafford

Michael Sudhalter

Stafford Mayor Leonard Scarcella delivered the annual State of the City Address last Wednesday, and it could be described in one word – divisive. I have consistently welcomed Scarcella’s candor and his tendency to speak his mind. In a world of PR handlers who measure and polish every word, interviewing Scarcella – Stafford’s Mayor since […]

Missouri City residents expect better service at Glenn Lakes Post Office


By Donna Hill For the Star Missouri City has a population of 67,000, and that doesn’t include the residents of fast-growing neighboring unincorporated areas such as Sienna Plantation and Riverstone. Yet the area only has one United States Post Office with retail service, and it’s located on Texas Parkway. While citizens are pleased with the […]

Angelique Bartholomew gets key endorsement in District 27 primary


By Michael Sudhalter District 27 State Rep. Ron Reynolds (D-Missouri City) may have most of the endorsements from local Democrats, but one of his primary challengers, fellow Missouri City resident Angelique Bartholomew, picked up a key endorsement ahead of the March 1 primary. Annie’s List, a state-wide political organization committed to “electing Democratic women […]

Defense attorney says Missouri City Mayor committed perjury


By Michael Sudhalter Richmond-based attorney Don Bankston said that he will file a formal complaint alleging Perjury against Missouri City Mayor Allen Owen over a matter involving a Grand Jury. “If a politician gets up and lies under oath, it’s a very serious matter,” Bankston said. Owen, Missouri City’s Mayor since 1994, serves as […]

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