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Education briefs for Nov. 17, 2022. more
Community briefs for Nov. 17, 2022. more
Katy ISD continues to top the list of 15 Greater Houston-area school districts in student population growth, with 12, 940 new students since 2016, according to a presentation at the Nov. 14 trustees meeting. more
The Katy City Council Monday authorized the reconstruction of First Street from Bartlett Drive to Avenue D, voting to approve a $2.6 million bid from Aranda Brothers Construction Company. more
Katy-area hospitals are investing in new facilities as the local population grows and, with it, the demand for healthcare services, hospital executives said. more
Lee-Wrangler, the jeans and clothing company, opened a retail outlet at Katy Mills Mall this month. more
The Harris County Sheriff’s office is investigating a shooting that happened late Thursday night at a residence in the 3200 block of Windmoor Drive, in the Westfield area. more
Students at the Katy ISD Miller Culinary Arts program are making a variety of desserts for order in time for the Thanksgiving holiday. The deadline for orders is Nov. 11. more
Education briefs for Nov. 10, 2022. more
The Katy High School FFA again earned the title of National FFA Champions after competing in the Poultry Evaluation Career Development Event, during the National FFA Convention & Expo on Oct. 26-29. more
The 24th edition of Katy Sip N Stroll, presented by Keller Williams and Kroger, is set for Nov. 19 at The ARK by Norris. more
Grundfos, a global leader in advanced pump solutions and water technologies, today announced the grand opening of its Grundfos US Headquarters located outside of Houston in Brookshire. This facility houses both the global headquarters for Water Utility and main office for Grundfos Americas Corporation. more
Representatives from the Coastal Prairie Conservancy (CPC) and Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s Outdoor Fund gathered together on Thursday to celebrate a continuation of their partnership to … more
So, you want to build a custom home on your own acreage. Building on acreage is not for the faint of heart or unprepared. I am betting you have the heart for it, and honestly, I cannot help much in that area. Still, I can help you be prepared. more
Community briefs for Nov. 10, 2022. more
YOKOSUKA, Japan—As Houston Navy Week continues in Texas, a Katy native and 2015 Taylor High School graduate is serving in the Navy and stationed in Yokosuka, Japan as part of Commander, Submarine Group 7 (CSG 7). more
Semper Fidelis, or always faithful, is the U.S. Marine Corps motto. A Katy bourbon company is working to follow that motto it donates a portion of its profits to organizations supporting military members and their families. more
The Houston Astros’ World Series win is a memorable thing, but Bob Doll of Katy can be forgiven if he sees things differently. more
Katy ISD voters Nov. 8 rejected a tax ratification measure that, had it passed, would have kept the district’s property tax rate at $1.3517 per $100 evaluation, according to early unofficial returns from the Fort Bend, Harris and Waller County election offices. more
A 20-year-old Katy resident has pleaded guilty to illegally smuggling a spider monkey into the United States and fleeing from federal law enforcement, U.S. Attorney Jennifer B. Lowery said. more
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