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October is a month for celebration in Katy, and it began Saturday morning with the annual Katy Rice Festival Parade held in downtown Katy. more
Education briefs for Sept. 29 more
Community briefs for Sept. 29, 2022. more
The Katy Times October 2022 events calendar. more
An organizer of an LGBTQ drag bingo event held Saturday said she and others worked for weeks with the Harris County Sheriff’s office to ensure both the event, and the demonstrations over it, were safe. more
Waller County Sheriff Troy Guidry said Monday his office is investigating allegedly fraudulent financial reports from the Waller Harris County Emergency Services District No. 200. more
Katy school trustees voted Monday to remove students from a book review committee tasked with deciding whether a particular book or books should remain in school libraries. more
The Katy City Council Monday adopted a $54.8 million budget for 2022-23, and a $0.44 per $100 property valuation to pay for it. City officials said 84% of the city’s revenue comes from three … more
August marked the beginning of school, but for one Katy family, it also marked a new beginning in a refurbished house. more
Katy ISD on Wednesday said a rumored threat of a shooting at Paetow High School was unfounded and all students were safe. In a letter sent to parents, the district said police investigated the … more
Fort Bend County Sheriff’s deputies Friday arrested a Houston man who allegedly threatened the Fort Bend County Fair on social media. more
Katy Christian Ministries held its annual Transforming Lives Gala Sept. 15 at Safari Texas Ranch in Richmond. more
Education briefs for Sept. 22, 2022 more
Three people, at least two of them teenagers, were shot and wounded Saturday night at a large party, the Harris County Sheriff’s office said. more
Dr. Harold Daily, a benefactor of Fort Bend County, died Sept. 13. He was 97. more
Managing growth was a key topic of discussion at a mayor’s roundtable at a Sept. 15 Fulshear Area Chamber of Commerce meeting. more
Katy ISD Superintendent Ken Gregorski described the district’s tax ratification election, which if approved by voters in November would go towards staff and faculty pay raises. more
Beverley McGrew Walker, Fort Bend County district clerk, said that the district clerk’s passport acceptance facility has passed compliance inspection with a perfect score for the fourth consecutive year. more
The Texas Commission on Jail Standards has determined the Harris County Jail is out of compliance with state standards because of the overcrowding situation, the Harris County Sheriff’s office said. more
A 40-year-old Katy man has been sent to federal prison following his conviction of committing wire fraud, U.S. attorney Jennifer B. Lowery said. more
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