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The Katy City Council approved $47,235 in emergency repairs to a sewer pipe along 1st Street running from Avenue D to Avenue C. more
It has been nearly seven years since Eden Ganzerla lost control of her car while driving to work and crashed into a retaining wall, breaking nearly every bone in her body. Since then, she has endured thousands of hours of physical, occupational and speech therapy, the result of one fateful decision to not wear her seat belt. more
The Katy City Council met in a special May 17 meeting to canvass election results for the Ward A council race. In that race, incumbent Janet Corte, a retired IT manager, was re-elected, defeating Cara Bonin, a contractor. more
Education briefs for May 28, 2023. more
The Fort Bend Junior Service League has awarded Community Assistance Fund (CAF) grants to Katy ARTreach and Young Audiences of Houston. more
Community briefs for May 18, 2023. more
Waller County Judge Trey Duhon and the Waller County Commissioners Court have appointed Ross McCall as county engineer. more
Mayekawa, the Japanese family-owned company that manufactures compressors serving the food, medical and oil and gas industries, has gone Texan. more
The Katy Library, 5414 Franz Road, on May 10 celebrated its 20th anniversary at that location. It was a special celebration featuring the Paetow High pom-pom squad, a story time and the requisite cake and punch. Harris County Pct. 4 Commissioner Lesley Briones sent well wishes and a proclamation. Mayor Dusty Thiele issued a proclamation from the City of Katy. more
Katy ISD officials said Cardiff Junior High School will be on a regular schedule tomorrow following the evacuation of the campus earlier this afternoon in response to the discovery of a suspicious package in the school cafeteria. more
Katy ISD announced two new assistant superintendents who will be replacing two long-time educators retiring from their roles. Kristin Harper and Deborah Hubble, well-known campus leaders in the Katy ISD community, will assume the positions July 1. Together Harper and Hubble bring with them a wealth of experience as well as a love for empowering students to reach their full potential. more
Community briefs for May 11, 2023. more
Leyendecker Landing, a city water detention facility north of Morton Road and east of Pitts Road, will soon have 17 mature trees donated by a local developer. more
If he were alive to see it, former mayor and city administrator Johnny Nelson might describe Saturday’s rededication of the museum named in his honor as a “Rice Day.” more
Education briefs for May 11, 2023. more
The front elevation of your home is not only the first thing visitors see when they pull up to your property, but more importantly, often the first picture homebuyers will see when they find your home online. Maximizing the elevation ranks high on an intelligent home seller’s priority list. Luckily, there are inexpensive tricks to maximize your homes curb appeal. more
Amy Thieme, Morgan Calhoun and Mary Ellen Cuzela were elected Saturday to seats on the Katy ISD Board of Trustees, according to unofficial results. more
Royal ISD voters Saturday approved one bond proposition, while rejecting another, as the district works to manage ongoing growth. more
Ward A Council Member Janet Corte won re-election Saturday, defeating challenger Cara Bonin, according to unofficial election returns. more
Education briefs for May 4, 2023. more
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