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Over 100 Katy-area residents attended the Katy stop of Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner Lesley Briones’ “Listening Tour” Saturday at Houston Community College, 22910 Colonial Parkway. Many of the attendees were members of local homeowners associations (HOAs) or municipal utility districts (MUDs). more
A small ranch inside the City of Katy city limits was awarded the Family Land Heritage Award by the Texas Department of Agriculture in Austin on October 18th. The property, owned by Kay Beckendorff Sword and her husband Perry Sword, was the only farm or ranch land within Harris County to be recognized with this honor. “This is quite a rare event, and I am very proud,” said Kay Sword. more
As of 12:01 a.m. on Wednesday, the following election results had been recorded: more
During Monday’s regular Board Meeting, the Katy ISD Board of Trustees voted to approve an attendance boundary modification (ABM) for two of the district’s future schools -- Junior High #18 and High School #10 -- as well as areas served by Haskett Junior High, Stockdick Junior High, Paetow High School, and Katy High School. more
Katy Area Economic Development Council President and CEO Angie Thomason opened the ceremonies for the groundbreaking of a new medical office building near the intersection of SH 99 and I-10. The event took place Thursday, October 12th at 130 Bella Katy Drive in Katy. more
Fort Bend County Judge KP George held a press conference on October 19th to express the proactive steps that he and County Commissioners are taking to address the growing needs of the eighth-largest county in Texas more
The Katy ISD Board of Trustees met Monday, October 23rd at the district’s board room at 6301 S. Stadium Lane for a work study meeting that included a review of proposed attendance boundary modifications for new schools opening in 2024. more
For the third consecutive year, Katy ISD was recognized as the #1 School District in the Greater Houston Area by Niche, Superintendent of Schools Ken Gregorski announced at Katy ISD’s annual “State of the District” event at the Merrell Center on October 20th. more
The City of Brookshire officially welcomed new staff with a special swearing-in ceremony at the regular city council meeting on October 19th in Brookshire City Hall. Waller County Precinct 4 Commissioner Justin Beckendorff officiated. more
In a 5-0 vote, members of Katy’s city council authorized the Katy Development Authority (KDA) to use $1,424,224.40 in Metro funds for the Pitts Road Boulevard Expansion project, which is slated to begin in December. more
In a special meeting Monday night, the trustees of Katy ISD’s school board came together for team-building activities and for more training on their roles, rights and responsibilities as board members. more
Artificial intelligence is a tool already in use in local health care institutions, industry leaders said at the October 13th “State of Healthcare” summit hosted by the Katy Area Chamber of Commerce at the Embassy Suites at 16435 Katy Freeway. more
On September 27th Waller County Commissioners' Court approved an incentive deal that will bring Europe's largest solar panel manufacturer to Texas. Elin Energy, with corporate headquarters in Turkey, will have the capacity to manufacture 2,000 MW annually in their new US facility more
Local leaders Bill Callegari and Byron Hebert received highest honors from the West Houston Association during the WHA’s Public Officials and Awards Reception at the Junior League of Houston, 1811 Briar Oaks Lane, Houston, on October 11th. more
Recent rains have brought relief to the Katy area in more ways than one–with the lifting of drought restrictions for residents of the city of Katy and the lifting of the burn ban in Fort Bend County. more
After reconvening from closed session, Katy’s city council voted 5-0 to acquire a lot in the downtown area for parking for shopping and activities in the historic down- town area. more
Last year the Rice Harvest festival flew in a local Katy girl and her band to come home to perform. more
Families gathered early along Avenue C on Saturday morning, October 7th, to view the annual Rice Harvest Festival Parade, featuring decorated floats and vehicles — most with rice, historic, or Katy themes. Antique vehicles from the Johnny Nelson Museum led the way for parade participants, which included city officials, school groups, nonprofit organizations, churches and area businesses. more
The Board of Trustees of the Katy Independent School District met in a a special board meeting on Monday, October 5 at 12 p.m. in the professional learning room of the Martha Lopez Aki ECI Project Tyke Center, 6301 S. Stadium Lane, Katy. The meeting, listed as a Strategic Design meeting, was conducted by an outside facilitator as a workshop with the Board and the Superintendent. more
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