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Quarterback Deshaun Watson was in mid-season form as he led the Texans to a touchdown on their opening drive, and Houston went on to beat the Detroit Lions 30-23 in a pre-season game Saturday night … more
Clayton Fritsch made just his second trip out of the country last weekend and brought home a bronze medal from the Pan American Games in Lima, Peru. more
Out of the darkness of the night, those residing nearby T.J. Mills Stadium on North Circle Drive saw the bright lights of football season and heard the pads cracking once again in Tiger Town. more
The Sugar Land Skeeters got off to a rough start on their 10-game road trip last week, dropping two of three to the High Point (N.C.) Rockers, but rebounded in New Jersey against the Somerset Patriots, taking two of three. more
A total of 106 kids from around the area benefited from the 2019 annual Faith Academy baseball, softball, football and volleyball summer camps. more
The Faith Academy volleyball program has its sights set on its first state championship after a trip to the finals ended last season. more
Fort Bend County District Attorney Brian Middleton has a message for human traffickers: “If you are in Fort Bend County and committing these offenses, your time is up. We are coming for you, and we … more
After the first eight games of the season, the Sealy Lady Tigers sit at an even 4-4 on the volleyball court however head coach Kim Boyd understands the road ahead still holds all the possibilities in the world. more
It was recently announced the New York Yankees and the Chicago White Sox will play a game in Dyersville, Iowa, next to the original “Field of Dreams” where the movie was filmed in 1989. more
Here we go again. The recent shootings in El Paso and Dayton, Ohio, are deplorable, horrific acts of violence and terror. It’s sickening to see such tragic and unnecessary loss of life. Things like that should never happen, but they do, and all too frequently. more
She wore it for one day in 1919 and it looked as if it was sewn with this in mind. more
Following the Aug. 3 shooting that claimed the lives of 22 people and injured 24 others at a popular El Paso shopping venue, Gov. Greg Abbott and a group of officials met in the border city to discuss ways to address violence. more
A committee consisting of Austin County employees is taking donations to create a memorial park in honor of the late Commissioner Douglas King, who was killed last year in an accident. more
At Fish Camp, Sealy High School Interactors invite incoming freshman to join the Interact Club in order to be involved in great opportunities while serving others and making new friends. more
Bellville United Methodist Church will begin its Community Bible Study 9 a.m. on Aug. 29 at 234 South Masonic, in the Methodist Activity Center. more
Sophomore Jose Arriaga uses the water cow to cool himself off during last Friday’s Midnight Madness football practice at Sealy High School where temperatures remained close to 90 degrees even in the middle of the night. more
The Katy Times is continuing to be published after an announced July 25 closing date thanks to a deal negotiated between Fenice Community Media and Hartman Newspapers, LP. more
Austin County received a clean audit for 2018-19 an outside auditor reporting during the Aug. 5 session of commissioners court. more
It’s going to get worse before it gets better. more
It’s time for the Allens Creek Reservoir to finally be built. I cheered when the Texas Legislature passed, and the governor signed, House Bill 2846 which requires Houston to sell its lion’s … more
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