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Education briefs for June 1, 2023. more
Community briefs for June 1, 2023. more
YOKOSUKA, Japan—Petty Officer 3rd Class Jacob Scott, a native of Katy, serves in Japan aboard a forward-deployed U.S. Navy warship. more
While tropical storms and hurricanes are not welcome anywhere, they are part of life in Southeast Texas. more
Katy-area residents remembered American service members who died in service to the nation during Memorial Day ceremonies held Monday. more
Of the five Katy-area state representatives who voted May 27 on impeachment for Attorney General Ken Paxton, four voted for impeachment, while one voted against. more
Defying a last-minute appeal by former President Donald Trump, the Texas House voted overwhelmingly Saturday to impeach Attorney General Ken Paxton, temporarily removing him from office over allegations of misconduct that included bribery and abuse of office. more
The Texas A&M Foundation Board of Trustees honored three students, one of whom is from Katy, as recipients of the foundation’s highest student award, the Trustees’ Outstanding Student Award. These students, who have excelled academically and as student leaders, were honored during a luncheon on May 19. Each recipient received a cash prize of $3,200. more
Education briefs for May 25, 2023. more
The Fort Bend Junior Service League has awarded 6 $1,000 scholarships for the 2022-23 academic year to the following young ladies for their outstanding volunteer commitment and contributions to our community: Hadley Boudreaux, Katherine Bourgeois, Anvi Garyali, Alifiya Saleem, Ria Tahwar and Emilie Wakeman. more
The Harris County Sheriff’s Office, the Harris County District Attorney’s Office, Harris County Constables, the Texas Department of Public Safety, American Automobile Association (AAA) and Mothers Against Drunk Driving are joining forces ahead of the Memorial Day holiday weekend to crack down on drunk drivers across the county. more
Community briefs for May 25, 2023. more
When doors open for Katy ISD’s tenth high school in fall 2024, Gina Cobb will welcome students as their first-ever principal. Cobb, who closed out the 2022-23 school year as principal of Mayde Creek High School, will assume the principalship for the new campus this summer. more
A $200,000 bond has been set for a Katy man charged in the death of his three-month-old daughter in April. more
The Texas and Houston-area economies are slowing in part because of elevated inflation and rising interest rates, along with a slowing global economy and uncertainty over the Russia-Ukraine war, an economist said. more
The Katy City Council approved $47,235 in emergency repairs to a sewer pipe along 1st Street running from Avenue D to Avenue C. more
It has been nearly seven years since Eden Ganzerla lost control of her car while driving to work and crashed into a retaining wall, breaking nearly every bone in her body. Since then, she has endured thousands of hours of physical, occupational and speech therapy, the result of one fateful decision to not wear her seat belt. more
The Katy City Council met in a special May 17 meeting to canvass election results for the Ward A council race. In that race, incumbent Janet Corte, a retired IT manager, was re-elected, defeating Cara Bonin, a contractor. more
Education briefs for May 28, 2023. more
The Fort Bend Junior Service League has awarded Community Assistance Fund (CAF) grants to Katy ARTreach and Young Audiences of Houston. more
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