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Hometown Heroes: Frank Nunez

By M.G. Angulo – What Frank Nunez most enjoys about his work is witnessing the marvels of nature, which he undoubtedly considers God’s work....
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Calvary Episcopal Preparatory (CEP) school won first in State at the One Act Play competi...

Calvary Episcopal Preparatory (CEP) school won first in State at the One Act Play competition. CEP competed against six district-winning private...
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Johnson Development Communities Donate $17,000 Benefiting LCISD Students

The Lamar Educational Awards Foundation (L.E.A.F.) celebrates Johnson Development’s donation of $17,000 that will benefit hundreds of students...
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OakBend Medical Center’s Patchwork Of Life 2019

OakBend Medical Center is excited to announce that the 2019 Patchwork of Life scheduled for Thursday, October 10th at Safari Texas Ranch. The event...
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September/October 2019 Events

September 6th, 7 – 10 pm Texana’s 20th Anniversary Celebration Hats off to 20 years! From fedoras to baseball caps, you are invited to have fun...
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Meet Julian Michael Salinas

By Joan Frances – Churchill Fulshear Junior High School encourages students to participate in many activities to enhance their learning...
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Needville Harvest Festival Scheduled for October 18th and 19th

The 36th Annual Needville Harvest Festival will bring two days of fall fun to Harvest Park, located at 3001 Violet Street, on Friday, October 18th...
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recent from EDITOR'S POV September/October – Exclamation Points!
September/October – Exclamation Points! Enjoy the Season: The Beauty of Fall – Who can resist the crisp chill in the air, a hot cup of fresh apple cider and the changing colors of the leaves – not to mention the myriad of pumpkin spice-flavored treats that are found everywhere during this season? Fall marks a time of magnificent landscape...
recent from CALENDAR September/October 2019 Events
September/October 2019 Events September 6th, 7 – 10 pm Texana’s 20th Anniversary Celebration Hats off to 20 years! From fedoras to baseball caps, you are invited to have fun with the “Hats Off” theme. Enjoy dinner, dancing and hats. For more information, contact Andi Wallis at andi.wallis@texanacenter.com. September 14th, 10...
recent from NEWSWORTHY Johnson Development Communities Donate $17,000 Benefiting LCISD Students
Johnson Development Communities Donate $17,000 Benefiting LCISD Students The Lamar Educational Awards Foundation (L.E.A.F.) celebrates Johnson Development’s donation of $17,000 that will benefit hundreds of students attending schools in the Lamar Consolidated Independent School District (LCISD). The grants, awarded by the Johnson Development communities of Veranda and Jordan...
recent from HIGH SCHOOL HOT SHOT Meet Julian Michael Salinas
Meet Julian Michael Salinas By Joan Frances – Churchill Fulshear Junior High School encourages students to participate in many activities to enhance their learning experience. In addition to highly qualified academics, sports and extracurricular activities continue to keep students engaged. Julian Salinas is a junior this year...
recent from SEEN ON THE SCENE Up, Up and Away Gala Benefitting Child Advocates of Fort Bend
Up, Up and Away Gala Benefitting Child Advocates of Fort Bend Up, Up and Away Gala Benefitting Child Advocates of Fort Bend May 4, 2019 • Sugar Land Marriott Town Square...
recent from HISTORY Ghostly Tales and Haunts in Fort Bend County
Ghostly Tales and Haunts in Fort Bend County A LITTLE PIECE OF HISTORY | By Joan Frances – Sitting around a campfire, late at night, stories are told of strange occurrences that happened many years ago. Unexplained ghostly tales that are a part of the history of Fort Bend County are embellished to bring chills to a captive audience. Several...