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Duke Keller, an attorney, is seeking his second term on the Katy Independent School District Board of Trustees, position 1. more
Lance Redmon, who works in building material sales, is seeking his second term on the Katy Independent School District Board of Trustees, position 2. more
The City of Katy Monday unveiled a new website that enables the public to see the latest on the various projects around the city. more
With so many competitive school sports teams and athletes in the Katy area, the Special Olympics stands out. more
The Katy Independent School District hosts the 36th annual Folk Life Festival this weekend. more
Katy school trustees Monday approved Sanée Bell as the new assistant superintendent for teaching and learning. more
Members of the Royal FFA Chapter have been preparing their animals for months to compete at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, the largest livestock show in the world. more
The Pattison City Council Thursday authorized work to begin on a grant application that, if approved, would help the city clean culverts and remove other possible barriers in case of a flood. more
A Katy archaeologist is part of a team that helped to discover and identify a “curse tablet” that is centuries older than any known Hebrew inscription from ancient Israel. more
In early January, a day before students returned from winter break, Jeremy Glenn, the superintendent of the Granbury Independent School District in North Texas, told a group of librarians he’d summoned to a district meeting room that he needed to speak from his heart. more
For six Katy Independent School District students speaking out against removing certain books from school libraries, it’s a matter of learning by doing. more
Eight years after opening his first Firehouse Subs restaurant, franchisee Taha Mohamed has earned an Axe Award for West-Central Franchisee of the Year. more
At a recent Katy Area Chamber of Commerce event, Fort Bend County Pct. 1 Commissioner Vincent Morales shared a photo he took while traveling southbound on the Grand Parkway towards the Westpark Tollway. Looking southbound, the traffic looked heavy, but at least it seemed to be moving. more
The Katy area is growing, and so is Memorial Hermann Katy hospital. more
Fort Bend County Judge KP George Monday lowered the county COVID 19 threat indicator to green, the lowest, or normal, level. more
Dig World, the new construction-themed adventure park that opened last week at Katy Mills Mall, announced it will close and have a re-grand opening due to machine capacity. more
As catalytic converter theft has become a nationwide problem, a Katy company has created a shield that it hopes will help reduce those thefts. more
After a two-year hiatus, the Katy Taste Fest returns with plenty of locally prepared foods to enjoy. more
After two years in which virtual lemonade stands were the norm, organizers for this year’s Lemonade Day are hoping for an in-person, splashing success. more
The Experimental Aircraft Association, known to aircraft enthusiasts as EAA, is selling flights on one of America’s oldest aircraft to raise scholarship money. more
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