• Council Hears Animal Control Concerns

    Council Hears Animal Control Concerns

    By George Slaughter The Katy City Council heard from citizens concerned about the city’s animal control policies at its Monday afternoon meeting. “I’ve heard about the issues going on with animal control right now,” Ellen Schutz of Dallas, who is both an animal rights activist and attorney, said. “There are no protocols that you actually have in effect. You have somebody there that is running the place that obviously has no experience, murdering animals before […]

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  • Houston Touchdown Club Honors Katy ISD Athletes and Coaches

    Houston Touchdown Club Honors Katy ISD Athletes and Coaches

    By George Slaughter The Houston Touchdown Club honored Katy coach Gary Joseph, along with other Katy-area football coaches and players, at its 2020 UIL High School Awards Dinner Thursday night. Joseph led the Tigers to a 13-1 record and their ninth state championship, which was capped with a 51-14 win over Cedar Hill Saturday. The title is Joseph’s fifth as coach, with the last title coming in 2015. He was an assistant on three of […]

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  • Seven Lakes Cheer Team Wins State Title

    Seven Lakes Cheer Team Wins State Title

    By George Slaughter The Seven Lakes High School community has much to cheer about. Now it has a state championship cheering team to cheer about, as well. The Spartans place first of 43 schools in Class 6A, Division 1, to win their title Thursday at the UIL State Spirit Championship in Fort Worth. Amy Weaston, Seven Lakes cheer coach, said this is the second time the cheer team has medaled at the state championship. In […]

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  • Pandemic Forces Postponement of Katy Rodeo; Katy ISD FFA Livestock Show Still Scheduled

    Pandemic Forces Postponement of Katy Rodeo; Katy ISD FFA Livestock Show Still Scheduled

    By George Slaughter Katy Rodeo officials have postponed the rodeo and carnival, set for February 18-20, due to the coronavirus pandemic. The parade, set for February 20, has also been postponed. Meanwhile, the Katy ISD Livestock Show, set for February 16-19, along with the Live Auction and Barn Sale, set for February 20 at the district’s Agricultural Sciences Facility, 5825 Katy Hockley Cut Off Rd., remain on schedule. The Katy Rodeo and the Katy ISD […]

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  • Katy Area All-District Football Players Honored

    Katy Area All-District Football Players Honored

    By George Slaughter Katy, which won its ninth state championship last week, placed 20 of its players on the District 19-6A teams, which were announced this week. Tompkins, which won the district title for the first time in school history, placed 17 of its players on those teams. Players are selected by a vote of the district coaches. Coach of the Year Todd McVey, Tompkins District Most Valuable Player Jalen Milroe, quarterback, senior, Tompkins Offensive […]

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Wet room bathrooms are one of the increasing trends in the world of modern home design .In this era, people like everything smaller with well equipped technology. From desktop to laptop, big cars to small cars, big houses to small houses, people are searching for a small and affordable lifestyle. A wet room will add a wow element to your small home, giving it a trendy, modern design. The wet room bathroom has design roots […]

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Construction Workers and COVID-19: How To Stay Safe

Asian workers wear protective face masks for safety in Construction site. New normal

As construction crews get back to work, there will be many new opportunities for those who are experienced and unemployed. However, before you get excited about the prospect of returning to work, it will be helpful to learn more about how construction workers are protecting themselves and each other from COVID-19. These suggestions can reduce the chances of contracting the coronavirus. Keep Meetings Short Team meetings represent the biggest concern in terms of the likelihood […]

Fort Bend Christian Academy Transitions Boots, Blues & BBQ Featuring Keb’ Mo’ to an Online Event

Boots, Blues & BBQ Concert UPDATE: The FBCA concert, Boots, Blues & BBQ, is transitioning to a virtual experience on Saturday, February 20. We are thrilled to share that this special virtual evening will include a LIVE performance by Grammy Award Winner of Best Americana Album, Keb’ Mo’, from Nashville, TN! We are inviting the community to celebrate safely at home and enjoy a fantastic performance as a way to support FBCA students, faculty and […]

Typhoon Texas, Opening Memorial Day Weekend, Now Hiring for 1,000 Summer Jobs

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Houston’S Theatre Under The Stars Reschedules “Come From Away” Until March 2022

Tuts Hopes To Launch 2021/22 Season With Rock Of Ages In August While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact performing arts organizations across the country, Theatre Under The Stars announces one more shift to its upcoming season. The North American tour of Broadway’s Come From Away, which was scheduled for performances at the Hobby Center in May, will now move to the Spring of 2022. The hit Broadway musical Come From Away is based on the remarkable true story of 7,000 stranded passengers […]