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Waller County officials are seeking public input as they update the Waller County Hazard Mitigation Plan. more
Chase West, a Democrat who is running for Texas House District 132, meets with constituents at a candidate “meet and greet” at Fuzzy’s Pizza, 613 S. Mason Road on April 25. West listed his top priorities as universal health care and education. more
Clay Road – a critical transportation artery serving Katy’s fast-growing quadrant west of the Grand Parkway and north of I-10 – is slowly showing signs of improvement. more
Seven Lakes High School was awarded first place overall at the April 20th Chili Cook-off by the panel of judges, as well as being named the fan favorite, and the team also nabbed the honors for best decorated booth. more
In a watershed moment for Harris County, Commissioner Lesley Briones celebrated the award of the $249,700,000 Solar for All grant from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to Harris County and the Texas Solar for All Coalition (Texas Coalition) on April 22. more
Come out to the Fort Bend County Fairgrounds on April 27 to gain knowledge on weather hazards and learn what to do in order to be prepared. more
Gardeners often learn best by getting ideas from other gardeners. more
City of Katy dog park reopens Gather up your furry friends and head on over for some tail-wagging fun! Via its Facebook page, the City of Katy Parks & Recreation Department announced on April … more
The school board election – with two incumbents facing challengers – will be held on May 4, 2024. more
A draft of an updated policy on students’ use of cell phones on campus was presented to the Katy ISD school board at Monday night’s meeting at the Education Support Complex, 6301 S. Stadium Lane in Katy. more
Caroline Mays, director of TxDOT Planning and Modal Programs, will be the featured speaker at the Hwy 36A Coalition’s luncheon on May 2. more
It’s election time! This year, voters have the opportunity to elect two Katy ISD Board of Trustees for Positions 6 and 7. Early voting will be conducted each weekday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. beginning Monday, April 22 and ending on Tuesday, April 30, 2024. more
On April 9th Comcast announced Houston would be one of five cities from which eligible small businesses can apply to its nationally recognized Comcast RISE program for the opportunity to receive business support grants. more
Plans for the remodeling of the Katy Visitors Center, along with the installation of permanent exhibits, were unveiled at the April 22 meeting of the Katy City Council. more
The Royal SkillsUSA Chapter competed on April 4th-6th at the SkillsUSA State Competition at multiple locations around Corpus Christi, Texas. A grand total of 43 students from Royal ISD captured awards at the competition, where over 6,000 students and over 350 CTE/high schools participated. more
Following a rigorous four-day state tournament held in Corpus Christi during the weekend of April 6-7, six Katy ISD students were rewarded with first place honors, securing their participation in the 2024 SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference. more
The atmosphere was buzzing at the UIL State Robotics Competition held over the weekend of April 6-7, where 86 teams from across the state converged to showcase their ingenuity, technical ability, and teamwork. more
The Lighthouse Church and Ministries (TLHC) announced April 4th that Pastor Demond Hammond, campus pastor of Lighthouse West, would receive the President’s Call to Service Award at a gala in Houston on April 7. At the gala, Hammond received a medal, certificate, and letter from President Joe Biden to commemorate his award and service. more
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