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Education briefs for Jan. 12, 2023 more
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Most homebuyers fall in love with the glamour of the home’s elevation first. Potential owners picture their family, business associates, even their boss pulling up to the home and being impressed. The homebuyers think of their kid’s prom pictures and Easter egg hunts snapshots in front of the home. more
The Katy City Council Monday authorized approximately $15,600 for civil engineering services for the Old Fussell House and 3B Learning Center, 5402 Franz Road. more
Property tax relief, and getting into the swing of things at the state Capitol, were among the priorities discussed by two state representatives at a Jan. 4 Highway 36A Coalition luncheon in Rosenberg. more
The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday is set for Monday, and while government offices and schools will be closed, the I-10 West/Brookshire MLK Celebration activities are set for public enjoyment. more
The Katy Railroad Park, 5615 1st St., features a depot and caboose that are iconic pieces of Katy’s heritage. The depot turns 125 this year, and the Katy Heritage Society is throwing a birthday party for it this weekend. more
Education briefs for Jan. 5, 2023 more
Cirque Italia has pulled out all the stops this year to take guests on a magical dream adventure. more
American Wire Group (AWG), a Miami-based manufacturer of wires, cables, equipment and accessories for the electric utility and renewable markets, plans to open a national distribution facility in Katy. more
Republican R. Jack Cagle lost his Harris County Pct. 4 commissioner re-election bid last year to Democratic challenger Lesley Briones. But with endings come beginnings, and in Cagle’s case, it came in October with the arrival of his first grandson, Ryder Cagle. more
Katy Area Economic Development Council President and CEO Chuck Martinez has resigned his position in order, he said in an interview, to pursue a new opportunity. more
Katy-area residents hoping to begin 2023 with a joyful fireworks kaboom or two are being reminded to do so both safely and outside the Katy city limits. more
In a long-standing tradition, the Texas House of Representatives puts up a Christmas tree in the middle of the House chamber at the state Capitol building in Austin. And each year, representatives are invited to take a blank ornament back to their respective districts to be painted in such a way that is reflective of those districts. more
Chelsea Gerber, the former Katy Animal Control Department worker who had filed suit against the city, said she has settled her lawsuit. more
The NAACP Legal Defense Fund, at the behest of a group of Katy ISD parents, is asking Katy ISD to change from at-large trustee representation to single-member district representation for future trustee elections, beginning with the May 2023 election. more
Education briefs for Dec. 22, 2022. more
The Houston Texans announced that Coach Cameron Campbell is the team’s recipient for the 2022 Inspire Change Changemaker Award. The NFL created this inaugural award to recognize individuals who are making a difference in their communities through social justice work across each of the NFL’s 32 club markets. Known as “Coach Cam,” Campbell was recognized at the Dec. 18 Kansas City Chiefs-Houston Texans game at NRG Stadium. more
Community briefs for Dec. 22, 2022. more
Katy ISD has named Kara Fox as principal at Schmalz Elementary and Carole Langley at Stephens Elementary. more
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