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Education briefs for April 6, 2023. more
The Katy City Council, at its March 27 meeting, formally adopted a new 2040 Comprehensive Plan for managing the city’s growth. But while the vote proved anticlimactic, the effort to reach that moment was some time in the making. more
Home Run Dugout, the first-ever sports bar, restaurant, and entertainment venue featuring indoor soft-toss baseball, is now open in Katy at 1220 Grand West Blvd. more
In honor of Women’s History Month, the Office of Fort Bend County Judge KP hosted a High Tea Panel Discussion at March 30 at Jones Creek Ranch Lodge to celebrate and recognize women who have made significant contributions and achievements in business, government, and their communities. more
Johnson Development is planning a model home tour for its Houston-area properties, including Cross Creek Ranch, Cross Creek West and Jordan Ranch in the Fulshear area. more
UPDATE: Officials said the student has been found and is being reunited with her family. more
The Fort Bend County district attorney’s office and Unbound Now Houston, a human trafficking survivors support group, present Speak Up: Sex Trafficking Talks in Fort Bend County. more
The Waller County Sesquicentennial is holding a contest to select a queen, princess and duchess before the opening of the celebrations. Winning contestants will receive a scholarship. more
The Katy City Council Monday passed an ordinance to set standards for city residences being used as short-term rental properties. more
Katy ISD academic decathlon students take home several wins after two rigorous state competitions in San Antonio and Frisco, Texas. more
Commissioners from three counties said they wanted to work together, both across their respective counties, but with state and federal agencies, to improve flood mitigation and roads. more
The Katy Times events calendar for April 2023. more
Community briefs for March 30, 2023. more
Register for the Harris County ESD 48’s first annual Camp Blaze June 13-15. Camp Blaze is open to 25 male students that are between 14-18 years of age and is completely free of charge to participants thanks to the sponsors. Camp Blaze will provide a unique insight into life as a firefighter and/or EMS professional to encourage young men to consider fire and EMS service as a career. more
The official portrait of the late civil rights activist and businesswoman Arizona Fleming, co-founder of the Fort Bend Civic Club, was unveiled March 23 at the Historic Fort Bend County Courthouse. more
Katy ISD will take you down memory lane during the 37th Annual Folk Life Festival, set for 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Kenneth D. Welch Outdoor Learning Center, just west of the Education Support Complex at 6301 S. Stadium Lane. more
Education briefs for March 30, 2023. more
Katy ISD Superintendent Ken Gregorski announced Tanya Carrejo as the new principal at Stockdick Junior High. Carrejo joins the Stockdick Sabercats following her most recent role as assistant principal at Katy ISD’s Taylor High School. more
A Katy ISD official told school trustees Monday that the district will be receiving more money from various sources. more
The Texas Select Event, set for April 1-2 at the Austin County Fairgrounds in Bellville, will recognize knifemakers who are donating their skills and time through the “Battleship Texas Artisans” program. The program creates new artwork, knives and swords using materials reclaimed from the iconic battleship. These items will be sold and the proceeds will benefit the repair efforts being made on the ship. more
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