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“There’s a reason these two have had the longevity they’ve had and have had the success they’ve had,” Caserio said. “You can see it everyday with Hughes. The overall day to day with him, how he prepares and his thought process." more
Roberta “Roby” LawrenceSeptember 7,  1949 - June 2, 2022Roberta "Roby" Lawrence was a loving mother, aunt, grandmother, and cat-lady. She passed away on Thursday, June 2, 2022, at … more
St. John XXIII will compete in 5A in cross volleyball, country, track and field, golf and tennis. They will compete in Division II in football, soccer, baseball, softball and swimming. more
Daniel G Pearson (“Danny”), beloved father, brother, and friend, passed away on June 15, 2022, peacefully in his sleep in Katy, Texas, where he had been living with his loving companion … more
“We had our goals heading into the tournament and we just wanted to put together a good performance,” said junior quarterback Colin Willetts. “We’re getting every bit of work in we can everyday and this was a huge part of that. I’m jut glad we got to come out here and compete.” more
“It just shows our character and the way we will fight back from anything,” said senior quarterback Gavin Rutherford. “We’re not going to give up just because we had a bad day. We went 0-3 yesterday, but we can’t let that define us." more
“For us the biggest thing is to learn for this but then we step on the field tomorrow, just forget about everything and play the way we should be playing,” Abboud said. “It’s all a reset tomorrow, it’s 0-0 and we have everything to play for.” more
The Rockets had the presumed No. 1 pick fall in their laps and took no time pouncing, as Houston took Jamari Smith with the No. 3 pick in the draft, adding to an already exciting young team brewing in Houston. more
PATSY JEAN GINN WILLIAMS, 86, died peacefully on June 23, 2022. She was born on July 6, 1935, to John David Ginn and Minnie Frances Garrett Ginn in Tyler, Texas. She grew up in Houston and Bay City, … more
Cinco Ranch and Jordan advanced to the state 7-on-7 tournament which will starts for Division I teams tomorrow. more
The Katy Masonic Lodge has awarded its Community Builder Award to Glenn Beckendorff. more
Education briefs for June 23, 2022. more
Community briefs for June 23, 2022. more
A few days ago, my wife and I joined some friends for a gathering during a few rare hours when we weren’t busy hauling a teenager to some kind of expensive activity or hosting an entire herd of them at our home to ransack our pantry and abuse the plumbing. more
As temperatures rise and drought intensification appears inevitable for much of Texas this summer, a new report released by the Center for Public Finance at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy, in partnership with Texas 2036, calculates the price Texas might soon pay for worsening droughts. more
The Brookshire City Council fired Police Chief Brandal Jackson for cause in a June 8 special meeting, but what the “for cause” means, however, was not immediately clear. more
The Katy Independent School District is exceeding federally mandated requirements for pandemic-related funding it has received from the federal government, a district official said Monday. more
METRO President and CEO Tom Lambert said his agency has worked on several things to improve transportation in the Katy area, but admitted some things still needed to be worked on, in a Tuesday address at the Katy Area Economic Development Council. more
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