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Midsummer Fest, an extraordinary Texas country music event that combines the love for music with the spirit of community, is back this year – with big stars and in a bigger venue. more
"The sport of rodeo is so popular and strong, and I believe it can be used to reach many people so that I can promote western heritage and a love for agriculture,” said Robertson.   “Being a role model that is active in the community is so very important to me." more
Education Briefs for July 6 more
Fort Bend County Precinct 3 Commissioner Andy Meyers is proactively proposing an approach to make Fort Bend County more competitive to attract industrial investments of $1 billion or more (i.e. megaprojects) more
Community Briefs for July 6 more
Local leader and former state Rep. Bill Callegari of Katy received an honorary degree from Houston Community College for his longstanding support of HCC. more
Education briefs for June 22, 2023. more
Community briefs for June 22, 2023. more
Fort Bend County Judge KP George, along with area nonprofits, announced a community and economic development agreement aimed at strengthening under-resourced communities through affordable housing, education, and revitalization initiatives. This agreement represents a milestone in the county’s ongoing commitment to addressing the challenges faced by vulnerable populations. more
The Katy ISD budget is in good shape and trustees could adopt next year’s budget by the end of the month, a district official said. more
June is Men’s Health Month, and there is no secret when it comes to men staying in good health, a Houston Methodist West doctor said. more
Not overtaxing, or regulating, or litigating, while providing a skilled workforce, are at the heart of Texas’ economic success, former Gov. Rick Perry said in a June 16 speech at the first Katy Area Economic Outlook Summit. more
Education briefs for June 15, 2023. more
Community briefs for June 15, 2023. more
Teamwork is important in being a firefighter. Jonel Sawyer can set one straight on that point—literally. more
Katy area celebrations are in the works for Juneteenth, the federal holiday commemorating the emancipation of enslaved African Americans. Juneteenth has been observed for over a century, … more
Years ago, when he was in middle school, Rutva Gupta was part of several student groups that revolved around writing. Today, Gutpa is preparing for his senior year at Tompkins High School. He said he wanted to study either engineering or business, and he’s considering Rice University, the University of Texas at Austin, and Texas A&M University, among other colleges. more
Education briefs for June 8, 2023. more
Julia Morrison, a 2019 graduate of St. John XXIII College Preparatory School in Katy, is the 2023 recipient of the Lorena B. Stretch Award for Outstanding Student in Elementary Education from the Baylor School of Education. She is the daughter of Richard and Allyson Morrison of Sugar Land. The award is named for Lorena Stretch, who was dean of the School of Education from 1935-57 and the school’s longest-serving dean. more
Community briefs for June 8, 2023. more
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