On this Veterans Day, I hope each of you takes some time to do one of my favorite parts of my job – just sit down and have a conversation with a veteran. No doubt many of you have a loved one who’s served. Or maybe it’s a neighbor, or a respected community member.
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What does it say about us, as Americans, that we’ve been so easily distracted and changing? Or that we’re leaving Afghanistan – some 20 years, thousands of lives and billions of dollars later – much the same as we found it? It’s a question well worth pondering and considering amongst all Fort Bend County residents.
By Elsa Maxey We celebrate American veterans like former Sugar Land City Council member Don Smithers, who retired as a Texas Air National Guard State Command Chief, and Patrick A. Houck, also a Sugar Lander and a retired Master Sergeant of the United States Marine Corps. Both are honorably discharged x-men, that is ex-military men, […]
Proclamations presented by Dr. Steve Harris on behalf of Missouri City and Sugar Land commemorate Veteran’s Day 2020 during the Sugar Land’s R…