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Education briefs for Oct. 13, 2022. more
Let me start by saying, no one will mistake me for a politician. I have no desire to hold office, zero tolerance for posturing, and less than zero interest in anyone else’s opinions. more
Community briefs for Oct. 13, 2022. more
Mayor Dusty Thiele and the Katy City Council Monday paid tribute to Kenneth Berger, a former Ward A council member and member of several city boards. Berger died Sept. 18. Berger served on the … more
Brookshire, like all the other area municipalities, is trying to manage its explosive population growth and the development that comes with it. One way it hopes to do this is to have a full-time city administrator who would report to the mayor and council while supervising city departments. more
Mayekawa is a Japanese family-owned company that manufactures compressors that serve the food, medical and oil and gas industries. It has moved its U.S. headquarters to Brookshire and last week completed construction of its first compressor at that plant. more
A political consultant was convicted Friday for a failed scheme intended to affect the outcome of the race for Texas House of Representatives District 132 during the 2020 election cycle, Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg said. more
Katy Christian Ministries is moving its food pantry from its 5510 1st St. location to its new facility at 3506 Porter Road. The process is expected to take about a week, with reopening expected the … more
Texas Children’s Pediatrics celebrated the launch of its new practice in Fulshear with a Sept. 30 ribbon cutting. more
Education briefs for Oct. 6, 2022. more
Heather Arszman-Lamb is a breast cancer survivor, but it should be noted that she’s also a Hurricane Ian survivor. more
A strong support network can help breast cancer patients navigate their treatments and all the uncertainty that can arise after a cancer diagnosis. more
Selected dates take on special meanings for those who live through them. For example, most people remember where they were, and what they were doing, on Sept. 11, 2001. But personal dates also get stored in one’s memory. For long-time Katy resident Sandra Ross, July 22, 2017, is such a date. more
For women over the age of 40, a yearly mammogram is important because it helps doctors detect breast cancer at its earliest stage, a local oncology surgeon said. more
Community briefs for Oxct. 6, 2022. more
Waller County can expect rapid and substantial growth over the next few years, two county leaders said Thursday. more
Committee members tasked selecting projects for placement on a May 2023 Royal ISD school bond measure began considering their options, and how much they would cost, Thursday. more
Harris County Pct. 4 Commissioner R. Jack Cagle called for Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo to call a special session of Harris County Commissioners Court Friday to discuss—without voting on—what he calls a compromise spending plan. more
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and Katy Christian Ministries Monday dedicated a victim service and support center to serve those needing help. more
October is a month for celebration in Katy, and it began Saturday morning with the annual Katy Rice Festival Parade held in downtown Katy. more
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