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Seven Lakes took home the girls gold and Tompkins took home the gold for the boys over during this weekends District 19-6A swimming and diving meet. more
“His activity is the most important thing and the biggest thing for him,” Niemi said. “When he’s running the floor, offensively when he’s getting out in transition, that’s when you can see what he can do and recognize it. It’s all based on his activity.” more
Katy’s Avery Coates and Tompkins Matthew Aigner earned first place at the 1-meter diving championships on Thursday at the District 19-6A swimming and diving meet. more
“I feel like this is the absolute best time to start peaking,” Williams said. “It will help at the end of the district season and help us get a chance to win district and do well in the playoffs.” more
In the Cougars’ lone game of the week, Edwards led all players and posted career highs with 29 points and seven 3-pointers in a 66-64 win at Tulsa on Saturday night. more
In a contested election such as 2022, top-of-the-ballot races receive the attention, but the lower-ballot races, such as for county party chairman, have also drawn candidates. more
The Falcons return 10 starters from last year’s team that made it to the regional semifinals and went 9-3 in district, finishing second. more
“The way we play each and every day just gives us confidence,” Frank said. “Us together as a team, we just trust one another. We have a goal and that’s to win state. We’re going to push every day and work hard to accomplish that.” more
The Katy Prairie Conservancy has acquired about 965 acres that will be protected from any future commercial development. more
Two segments of a proposed Highway 36A are being added to the Houston-Galveston Area Council of Government Regional Transportation Plan. more
The Omicron variant is not expected to precipitously impact the local economy despite health concerns, a Greater Houston Partnership official said Tuesday. more
Katy city officials described efforts to update the plan used to manage the city’s growth at a Jan. 13 State of the City presentation. more
An anti-diet movement is afoot? Where can I sign up! more
I was recently invited to speak at a local women’s organization meeting in my hometown. Apparently, I was pretty much their last option, right behind the auto-warranty telemarketer and the tax auditor. more
A Katy-area tradition resumes later this month as the Friends of the Maud Marks Library will hold its used book sale. more
Performing arts activities are underway in the Katy Independent School District, as six high schools are staging plays this month. Here’s an overview. more
Winning a state title is reason enough to cheer. But the folks at Seven Lakes High School have twice as much reason to cheer, as their Seven Lakes High School Spartan Spirit cheerleading team won a second consecutive Class 6A UIL state championship. more
“It’s definitely nice to win,” said Peri Olmo, a sophomore forward. “It feels good and gives the team a lot of confidence, especially the incoming freshman, you can see how it’s just helped them settle in on the team and it’s just given all of us a lot of confidence.” more
WaltersEvelyn G. (Horne)Age 90, of Katy, TX, formerly of Castle Shannon, PA, passed away on Tuesday, January 11, 2022. Beloved wife of the late Robert A. Walters; loving mother of Robert J. Walters … more
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