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Education briefs for July 7, 2022. more
The Katy City Council June 27 approved a zoning change request, from residential to commercial, for 20.12 acres of land near the intersection of Spring Green Boulevard and Crossover Road. more
A Katy city official said Tuesday that the city is ready to move forward on expanding the Clay Road-Katy Hockley Cutoff Road intersection, which is becoming a traffic bottleneck as new development moves into that area. more
Seven Lakes was the top Katy ISD team for the 2021-2022 school year, while Tompkins finished in 20th with 53 points and Katy finished 23rd with 50 points on the year. more
Taylor grads Bryce Foster and Praise Amaewhule were named to the Dave Campbell Texas Football 2022 Preseason All-Texas Team on Tuesday, with all three Katy ISD graduates being named to the first team, and Galvin being named the best offensive lineman in the state of Texas. more
The Katy City Council Monday authorized $251,254 for emergency water well rehabilitation at its water plant at 6850 Franz Road. The plant is near the Cane Island subdivision. more
Gregg Peterson has a confession to make: he used to enjoy fireworks shows before he became what he calls “the bad guy.” more
Flowers are known to freshen things up a bit. So perhaps it is not surprising that a former floral shop owner turned local volunteer has been honored as Katy’s Senior Citizen of the Year. more
Tompkins’ graduate Jace LaViolette was named a American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings High School All American this past week. 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
“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
Community briefs for June 23, 2022. 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
Katy school trustee Rebecca Fox has been elected to the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) Board of Directors for Region 4, Position E. more
The University of Houston-Victoria and Houston Community College are hosting a information session for students who want to earn a four-year college degree in Katy. more
The City of Katy is currently experiencing Stage 2 (moderate) drought conditions as drought conditions continue in Southeast Texas. more
The City of Katy is moving forward with $33.5 million in local road projects, funded by both bond money and cash from METRO. more
If the U.S. interstate highway system were to be built today, how and where would it be built? Former Harris County Judge Ed Emmett shared his thoughts about these questions, and perspectives on infrastructure in Harris County, Thursday. more
The Arbor Day Foundation has named Katy a 2021 Tree City USA in honoring the city’s commitment to effective urban forest management. more
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