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Katy Times News

Cinco Ranch Library to celebrate Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month

In recognition of Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month in May, Fort Bend County Libraries will host a performance of Indian folk dance by Studio Mudra School of Dance on Saturday, May 2.

Annual Pinwheel Project rescheduled for April 25

Due to anticipated inclement weather this week, the second annual Pinwheel Project has been rescheduled. The event originally was scheduled for Saturday, April 11.

Lone Star Stomp's Tall Texas Tales on tap this weekend

Preserving the stories and history of early Fort Bend County is one of the purposes behind the Lone Star Stomp's "Tall Texas Tales," presented by the Fort Bend Museum Association at the George Ranch A

KISD Sports

BREAKING NEWS: Cinco Ranch boys advance to state final

Cinco Ranch's Charlie Sorg scored with eight minutes left in the second half to lead the Cougars to a 2-1 rain-soaked win over Arlington Sam Houston and send the Cougars to the state soccer championsh

BREAKING NEWS: Cinco Ranch eliminated by penalty kicks by Dallas Highland Park

It came down to penalty kicks and Cinco Ranch lost 4-3 to drop a 1-0 decision to Dallas Highland Park in the semifinals of the Class 6A playoffs.

Dure believes team ready for state challenge this year

Halle Dure is used to playing up for the big games. She has done it all her career at Cinco Ranch and last Saturday at Deer Park’s Abshire Stadium, Dure was there again scoring twice and contributing


Nuclear reactor ship begins journey to Galveston

GALVESTON - The nuclear reactor ship Sturgis on Thursday began its 1,750-mile trip from Virginia to Galveston, where its radioactive parts will be removed for shipment to hazardous waste sites, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said. The nuclear fuel was removed in 1977, and the Corps of Engineers since has been waiting for the radioactivity of its contaminated parts to decrease to an acceptable level for removal. Once the Sturgis arrives, subcontractor Malin International Ship Repair and Drydock will begin removing the contaminated material and placing it in rail cars to be hauled to a hazardous materials dump.

Sales tax for roadwork up for May 9 vote in Dickinson

State law requires that the street maintenance sales tax be reauthorized by the voters every four years, city officials said. The current street maintenance sales tax rate of ¼ of 1 percent generates about $1 million a year for repair, reconstruction and maintenance of city streets, said Dickinson City Administrator Julie Robinson. $3.6 million generated "Since it was approved in May 2011, the sales tax has generated a little over $3.6 million for streets, and so far we have reconstructed 11 streets with concrete, and we have several more planned and under way right now," Robinson said. The street maintenance sales tax has paid for the reconstruction of 13 city streets at a total of $1.66 million since the measure was approved, city officials said.

Plant spills partially treated wastewater into Galveston Bay

Galveston city officials say a wastewater treatment plant that's under constructionally has accidentally released more than 140,000 gallons of partially treated wastewater into Galveston Bay. The discharges occurred through a newly installed disinfection system at around 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday at a plant located on Port Industrial Road. The contractor will conduct sampling downstream of the release and assess the impact visually, then submit a response plan to city officials. There appears to be no adverse impacts on aquatic life.

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