A True Legacy: Hall of Fame Coach Gary Joseph

By Brandon Ebrecht – In 1982, Head Coach Gary Joseph came to Katy High School from Austin Westlake. The main reason for his move was to be at a school that allowed spring training since Westlake – then 4A – didn’t. Though he didn’t initially intend to make it a permanent stop, his son Jeff was...

The Fort Bend County Fair: 80 Years of Tradition

By Barbara Magana Robertson – September in Fort Bend County is Fair time. This year, the tradition of the Fort Bend County Fair and Rodeo will celebrate 80 years of family fun. Grab your hat, dust off your boots and head out for good music, great food and a grand time at the Fair. The 80th Annual Fort...

Learning How to Fall – Literally

Kids’ Corner | By Patrick Biron – As a parent, there is an instinctive cringe associated with your child venturing out into the wild blue yonder of life, sports and self-determinative play. For most children, as they progress through normal development, their exploration and movement will inevitably...

Katy’s Friday Night Lights

They say football is big in Texas, and Katy football is no exception. Each Friday night, stadiums across Katy are on fire with Friday night lights, spirited fans and rough and tumble competitions. The question on our minds at absolutely! Katy as we dust off our stadium seats and wash our favorite jerseys is...

June 2016 – What’s Kickin’ in Katy

By Cyd Wright – Hats off to the Class of 2016! School is out, so it is time to gear up for a restful, relaxing and fun summer. Whatever your plans, there is plenty to do in Katy, from summer camps to swimming pools, so don’t waste time. Get out to see what’s kickin’ in Katy this month! All...

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