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For the past few weeks, I’ve been engaged in a WWE cage match against allergies. No, it’s not COVID. I promise, it’s not COVID. Really, even when I blow my nose so loudly that it triggers nearby home and car alarm systems, it’s still not COVID. more
So I can spend more time with my family, I am turning this week’s column over to a bright fourth-grade student from an unnamed American small town. more
Perhaps the only thing better than winning a national spelling bee is to win it in two languages. Kirsten Santos, a sixth-grade student at International Leadership of Katy, a charter school, will soon have the chance to achieve that goal. more
Memorial Day is the unofficial kickoff to summer, and the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding drivers to celebrate safely as they enjoy their holiday. From Monday through May 30, the Texas Highway Patrol will participate in Click It or Ticket, as well as Operation CARE (Crash Awareness Reduction Effort). more
This year marks the five-year anniversary of Hurricane Harvey, which hit Texas in August 2017. Hurricane season officially begins June 1, and officials are encouraging residents to begin their preparations. more
“It’s been crazy,” Davis said. “It really was just doing a lot of research, trying to figure out what the best fit was and at the end of the day, that was Mississippi State, I was really happy with everything there.” more
Tompkins fell in two games to Ridge Point as the Falcons season came to an end in the regional quarterfinal round. more
Eight Katy ISD swimmers were named to the Texas Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association All-State first team after the 2021-2022 swimming and diving season. more
The Katy Independent School District is hosting a virtual job fair Monday as it is hiring dedicated special education teachers, school speech-language pathologists (SLP), licensed specialists in school psychology (LSSP), diagnosticians and deaf education teachers. more
“I remember watching last year, seeing how devastated they were,” Hull said. “I knew and they knew that’s not how their season should have ended, and I didn’t want to feel that way this year. I’m just glad I was able to help my team." more
“If anyone had told us at the beginning of the season that we would make it to round four, none of us would have believed it," Stutts said. "I just want them to know that they can do it again. This should give them confidence they can go far.” more
Glenda Jo Fielder went home to be with her Heavenly Father on May 2, 2022, in Katy, Texas surrounded by all her family and close friends. She was born on February 13, 1952, in Levelland, Texas to … more
Charles Allan Huffman, 66, passed away on May 17, 2022 in Starkville, MS surrounded by loved ones. Mr. Huffman, known as Chuck, was born on September 16, 1955 in New Orleans, LA. Chuck grew up in … more
Benjamin Pierce, charged with murder in the stabbing death of his wife Leslie Ann Pierce, died Saturday morning at the Harris County Jail, sheriff’s deputies said. more
“It was beautiful, the entire thing was just amazing,” said junior linebacker Alex Kilgore. “We waited so long for today and to come out here and have this moment and see those rings, it was a beautiful moment.” more
Mayde Creek High School Student Council Advisor Patricia “Patty” Wangler was recently recognized by the Texas Association of Student Councils (TASC) as the recipient of the 2022 Eddie G. Bull TASC State Advisor of the Year Award. more
Each day, Ashley Beattie and her fiancé spend hours driving around Bell County looking for baby formula to feed her eight-month-old son. First H-E-B, then Walmart, then Target. She searches until she can find something. more
An arrest has been made in the case of a stolen tabernacle from St. Bartholomew Church, 5356 11th St. more
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