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Katy honored a decades-old tradition over the weekend with the Katy Rice Festival. The annual event celebrates the town’s history as a rice-growing community and allowed the city to put its new … more
The city of Katy is winding up for the annual Katy Rice Festival which begins with a parade on Oct. 2 and will follow with three days of festivities Oct. 8, 9 and 10. Organizers say this year’s … more
The Board of Directors of the U.S. Rice Producers Association has named Marcela Garcia as the new president and CEO of the organization, replacing Dwight Roberts who’s tenure ends Aug. 1. … more
In a meeting that lasted just more than two-and-a-half hours on June 28, councilmembers heard the results of the city’s annual financial audit, approved the sale of $2.5 million in bonds and a … more
When he was coaching Katy High’s sophomore baseball team three years ago, Will Handlin saw something special in then-freshman pitcher Caleb Matthews. more
The Katy Rice Festival has gone virtual this year as a means of keeping the tradition alive while allowing for social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic. The festival began this morning and goes … more
Katy demands the “show must go on” when it comes to the Katy Rice Festival. Because of the pandemic, the Katy Rice Festival has been altered to an online event with a virtual craft … more
HOUSTON — At Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital on Sunday, the medical staff ran out of both space for new coronavirus patients and a key drug needed to treat them. With no open beds at the public … more
The Waller County Commissioners Court received construction updates on several projects and certified two major grant awards to their 2020 budget Wednesday morning. County construction manager … more
The number of Texans filing for unemployment went back up last week, after a dip in the number of claims the previous week. Last week, 280,406 Texans successfully filed unemployment claims. That … more
March 11, 2020 - Dozens of Texas universities announced Wednesday and Thursday that they would extend students' spring breaks and start switching to online classes, joining a swelling group of … more
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