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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
For Katy Assistant Fire Chief Dana Massey, being a firefighter is an all-in-the-family deal. more
Despite last year’s winter storm and the ongoing pandemic, the Fort Bend and Waller county judges said their respective counties continue to grow economically while bringing in new residents. more
An 18-year-old man who was allegedly involved in the Feb. 14 fight at Beckendorff Park remains in the Harris County Jail with bond reduced to $150,000. more
Six years ago, Katy ISD police officer Luis Santiago decided to do something special for life skills students in the district. He worked with Build A Bear, the company known for creating customized stuffed bears, to create a bear dressed like a Katy ISD police officer. Santiago distributes those Teddy Cops, as they are called, to students. more
When an American flag becomes tattered or shows signs of extended use, it’s time to replace the flag. But not everyone knows that there is a proper procedure for disposing of the old flag. more
For high school senior Gabrielle Izu, Texas’ public school book bans feel personal. The books Texas is targeting — mainly novels that focus on discussions of race, sexual orientation and gender identity — tell the tale of Izu’s past and future. The 17-year-old high school student is Asian American, Black and Hispanic and bisexual, and she hates to see her identities or her peers’ censored. more
It's neat to repeat. more
In 1954, the City of Houston achieved a milestone. Its population reached one million people. To celebrate, civic boosters chose Barney McCasland, a 36-year-old geologist, as the one millionth Houstonian. He and his family were honored, and civic leaders joked they had to find the next one million residents. It was cause for celebration. more
The Gerald D. Young Agricultural Sciences Center, 5825 Katy Hockley Cut Off Road, has received the 2021-22 Caudill Award. This award is the highest honor for the TASA | TASB Exhibit of School Architecture (EoSA) competition. more
The saying “industry follows brainpower” takes on significance as the Brookshire and Pattison areas continue to grow. That industry includes career and technical vocations, and the Royal Independent School District offers students many options in those fields, a district official said Tuesday. more
A new community center is in the works for Fort Bend County thanks in part to a $25,000 Helen Walton Grant from the Walmart Foundation to the newly formed Fulshear Katy Chamber of Commerce Foundation. more
This article deals with some of the biggest questions on the minds of Katy residents. No, not the Ukraine/Russian conflict, rampant inflation, or the appliance shortage. While concerning, there may be writers better suited to handle those subjects. more
Fort Bend County Sheriff Eric Fagan announced the release of an annual report highlighting the accomplishments of his office in 2021. more
A Katy ISD bus attendant and two students were injured when their school bus was involved in a traffic accident with a METRO bus. The accident occurred at about 7 a.m. Tuesday at Kingsland … more
A newly launched website honoring Houston and Katy-area service members who died in the Vietnam War might be described as looking for a few good stories. more
The consultant who is working with city officials to update the city’s strategic plan said she expects an updated plan to be ready for city council approval early next year. more
A former Tompkins High School basketball coach and teacher has been charged with having an improper relationship between an educator and student. more
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