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Homecoming mums and garters are on display, students are working on clever ways to ask a date to the festivities, and football teams are gearing up for the big game. Imagine a car full of teens after … more
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The Katy ISD school board met Monday, September 18th , in a special work-study meeting to hear feedback on proposed attendance boundary modifications, to consider a proposed lower tax rate, to form a … more
Katy First United Methodist Church will celebrate 125 years of serving the Katy community, with a special service on September 24th at 11 a.m.  Bishop Cynthia Fierro Harvey will officiate and a banquet will follow at noon where a special proclamation will be read.  more
Fort Bend County Sheriff’s detectives arrested Jose Jose Aguirre, 24, Jose Aguirre Martin, 22, and Orlando Noe Betancur Flores, 21, in connection with a kidnapping and human smuggling scheme.  more
On September 6th, Harris County Commissioner Lesley Briones announced a $170 million dollar investment in sustainable infrastructure projects. These projects will improve access to parks, alleviate flooding, close critical connectivity gaps, and increase public safety. more
A Katy man was sentenced to 35 years in prison late Thursday for shooting a driver outside a motel near Highway 290 and Tidwell, Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg announced. more
Monday night’s City of Katy council meeting began with Mayor Dusty Thiele’s moving tribute to 9/11 and a moment of silence, following his thanks to all first responders.  “We will never forget,” said the mayor. more
Draped in rainbow flags and holding signs, students from several area high schools stood outside Katy ISD headquarters for three afternoons in over 100-degree heat to protest the new “gender fluidity” policy approved by the KISD Board of Trustees at its August 28th meeting. more
Ten-year-old Annie Wallace loves to read and looks forward to the school’s Texas Bluebonnet book program each year. This year, the Katy ISD school board will not allow her access to these books at school. more
As the City of Katy remains in a Level 3 drought situation, city officials pleaded with area residents to conserve water, via a department Facebook post on August 25th. more
A crowd of over 60 residents gathered at the Richard and Meg Weekly Community Center on August 22nd to hear an update on the 2023 legislative session from Texas House District 135 Representative John Rosenthal and Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner Lesley Briones. more
For the fourth time in the past five years, Katy Independent School District has once again earned a spot in the Forbes List of America’s Best Employers in the state of Texas.  more
Relief is coming for Texas property taxpayers, Katy-area State Rep. Mike Schofield told the Katy Business Association at its meeting last Thursday at The Club at Falcon Point.  Schofield represents TexasHouse District 132 which covers a large part of the Katy area. more
A capacity crowd filled the ballroom at the Embassy Suites Energy Corridor to hear an update from key elected officials serving the greater Katy area. more
By a margin of only one vote, the Katy ISD Board of Trustees passed a hotly-debated policy affirming “parental authority “ and regulating matters of gender fluidity within the district.  The vote took place on Monday, August 28th, at the board’s regularly scheduled meeting. more
The Texas Water Resources Institute, TWRI, will host a free Texas Riparian and Stream Ecosystem Education Program from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. September 6 in Katy for area residents interested in land and water stewardship in the Buffalo Bayou watershed. more
Fort Bend County Judge KP George delivered his annual State of the County address on August 8th at the Houston Marriott Sugar Land. more
Superintendents of the three school districts serving the Katy area – Katy ISD, Royal ISD and Lamar Consolidated ISD – spoke to a capacity crowd at the Katy Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual “State of the Schools” luncheon on Thursday, August 10th.  more
In an August 9th workshop session, members of the Waller County commissioners court continued discussion of the county’s mobility needs and a potential mobility bond. more
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