The 78th Annual Fort Bend County Fair and Rodeo: Trails of Yesterday Leading to Tomorrow’s Dreams

A kickoff parade, turkey legs, carnival rides and rodeo action are all reasons to anticipate the 78th Annual Fort Bend County Fair and Rodeo. The iconic event runs September 26th to October 5th at the Fort Bend County Fairgrounds allowing families and friends to enjoy a hometown fair packed with big time...

Katy ISD’s Rapid Growth Challenges or Opportunities

By Henry Dibrell - In the last decade, the Katy region has experienced many changes in light of rapid residential and economic growth in the area. What used to be a small town with acres of vast, open land and small, neighborhood schools is now one of the most desired suburbs and fastest growing areas in the...

Labor Day Fun!

By Lara Bell - TRAVEL I know school has just started for most, but Labor Day is literally the last hurrah of summer. Since there is a three-day weekend coming up at the end of this month, we rounded up some of our staff favorites for fun weekend getaways. All you have left to do is pack a bag, and...

New Kid On The Block Part 2

By Henry Dibrell - The summer will soon be over, and before you know it, we will be back in school. As we look ahead to another great year in Katy ISD, we are finishing up our work on the budget and will have the finished product by the end of the month. We have two new members, two wonderful ladies, who are...

How to Train Your Dragon 2

FAMILY NIGHT AT THE MOVIE - By Christopher Hill Cartoon movies used to be a child medium targeting wide-eyed youth with less discriminating tastes than their eye-rolling guardians. No longer. The past two decades have shown a multitude of films providing as much enjoyment to the kids as the adults who take...

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