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The Katy City Council Monday extended the contract of City Administrator Byron Hebert for three years, expiring Sept. 30, 2025. more
Efforts continue to review books for appropriateness for Katy ISD school libraries, the district’s library programs coordinator told school trustees Monday. more
Katy school trustees Monday set a tax ratification election for November which, if approved by voters, would make up lost tax revenue and go towards educator salaries. more
This week marks a five-year anniversary that most Katy-area residents would likely rather forget. It featured an uninvited, unwelcome visitor that brought with it heavy winds, extensive flooding and catastrophic property damage. more
Each new school year means a brand-new challenge, rich with new opportunity. A time for achievement. A time for purpose. more
Education briefs for Aug. 18, 2022. more
While Katy held its town pep rally Monday, the other Katy ISD high schools have in some cases held their pep rallies, with others set to hold theirs soon. more
As the new school year nears, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) reminds drivers to use extra caution in and around school zones and neighborhoods. more
Community briefs for Aug. 18, 2022. more
Katy ISD earned an overall A rating (91) from the Texas Education Agency’s A-F Accountability Rating System, the district said. more
Thelma Williams, a 103-year-old World War II veteran from Katy, was honored by the American Legion at its annual three-day state convention, held last month in Austin. The convention featured policy discussions and breakout sessions for 453 posts that comprise the Department of Texas, representing 53,319 veteran members. more
As students return to local schools this week, security, managing district growth and filling teacher and staff vacancies are on the minds of many. Three local superintendents shared their perspectives at an Aug. 10 luncheon sponsored by the Katy Area Chamber of Commerce. more
The Rotary Club of Katy Triathlon is set for Sept. 4 at 2100 Cane Island Pkwy. And, as in years past, the triathlon provides a chance for people to master a physical challenge, but also to raise money for scholarships benefiting Katy ISD students. more
Friends and former Katy Area Economic Development Council colleagues remembered Frank Lombard, who died Aug. 10 at age 79, as a leader, mentor and friend. more
TXU Energy has donated $10,000 to provide more than 400 fans for Greater Katy area households in need. Volunteers will distribute the fans Saturday, Aug. 13 as part of Katy Christian Ministries’ Red Apple School Supplies Drive. Fans will be distributed by appointment only for registered families. more
Wednesday evening’s thunderstorm and lightning activity caused two house fires in the Katy area, both of which were put out by firefighters from Harris County Emergency Service District 48 and other agencies. more
Education briefs for Aug. 11, 2022. more
The University of Houston-Victoria, along with other University of Houston System schools, recently has joined a partnership with the Amazon Career Choice Program to help Amazon employees complete a higher education degree. more
The Katy Area Running Club’s (KARC) Back to School 5K not only provides the local running community with a fun Labor Day event but supports a charity focused on including special needs children and adults in running events. more
As hot and dry conditions persist, extremely dry vegetation will continue to support wildfire activity across much of the state, even as surface moisture increases in some areas. more
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