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March/April 2017 – Out & About in the Heart Brazos

Over 90 golfers participated in Calvary Episcopal Preparatory’s annual golf tournament at Pecan Grove Country Club. A total of 42 individual and...
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Meet Bobby Crow

By Joan Frances – Robert “Bobby” Crow, a senior at George Ranch High School, has accomplished undeniable success in academics and...
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Richmond State Supported Living Center: A History of Dignity and Respect

A LITTLE PIECE OF HISTORY | By Joan Frances – In the early 1800s, when the leaders of Fort Bend County sat down to structure the most...
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Hometown Heroes: Bobby Zepeda

By M.G. Angulo – The crack of a bat connecting with the ball. The muffled “whump” of a baseball in a glove. The furious taps of feet...
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OakBend Medical Center Renames the Jackson Street Atrium in Honor of Joe and Doris Gurecky

As the crowd gathered in the atrium of the Jackson Street Campus to honor two of the community’s most well-known residents, the words that could be...
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The Fort Bend County Museum Association Presents 28th Annual Lone Star Stomp

Get ready for a groovy time at the Fort Bend County Museum Association’s 28th Annual Lone Star Stomp! Set for Saturday, April 8th at the George...
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Expert Collision Center – A Legacy of Quality Repair and Customer Service

COVER STORY | By M.G. Angulo – Two family men with years of auto industry experience between them decided a little more than five years ago it...
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recent from EDITOR'S POV March – April 2017 – Exclamation Points!
March – April 2017 – Exclamation Points! Projects, Plans and Parties In Tolstoy’s famous novel Anna Karenina, he said, “Spring is the time of plans and projects.” I couldn’t agree more. It’s time to freshen up our homes and gardens, or perhaps make a move. To help you get motivated and organized on home projects, check out our Home Is...
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January 2017 Events January 8th, 8 am Bike the Bend for Literacy Bike the Bend for Literacy features three lengths – 20 miles, 35 miles or 62 miles – throughout scenic West Fort Bend County. The start and finish is at Foster High School, located at 4400 FM 723 in Richmond. The ride appeals to both cyclists’ training needs...
recent from NEWSWORTHY OakBend Medical Center Renames the Jackson Street Atrium in Honor of Joe and Doris Gurecky
OakBend Medical Center Renames the Jackson Street Atrium in Honor of Joe and Doris Gurecky As the crowd gathered in the atrium of the Jackson Street Campus to honor two of the community’s most well-known residents, the words that could be heard most often were amazing, dedicated, caring and kind. The guests were describing Joe and Doris Gurecky. “We are here tonight to really honor two people...
recent from HIGH SCHOOL HOT SHOT Meet Stephen C. Buffamante
Meet Stephen C. Buffamante By Joan Frances – Asenior at Lamar Consolidated High School, Stephen Buffamante has not had a conventional high school career. Growing up, Stephen was tested with extreme challenges and disappointments, but he has overcome many obstacles and continues to develop his skills and gain knowledge. He is an...
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Best in the West Best in the West Benefiting The Arc of Fort Bend County November 19, 2016 • George Ranch...
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Richmond State Supported Living Center: A History of Dignity and Respect A LITTLE PIECE OF HISTORY | By Joan Frances – In the early 1800s, when the leaders of Fort Bend County sat down to structure the most essential needs of the community, schooling was a top priority. Public schools were implemented to teach students the basic necessities of reading, writing and...