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Katy Times News

Merrell Center to host National Day of Prayer

Upwards to 5,000 people from Katy and West Houston are expected to gather at the Merrell Center in Katy for the National Day of Prayer at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 1.

Veterans Family Fun and Resource Day on tap Saturday

Numerous area agencies and organizations in the Katy area are teaming up on Saturday  to offer the area's military veterans a day of family fun and educational activities.  

They're taking their best shot: Cris and Holly Martinez open firearms retail store on Highway Blvd.

Cris Martinez is a Katy boy through and through. He grew up hunting and fishing in the area, and has fond memories of being in the Katy FFA, where he raised lambs and pigs to exhibit in the KISD FFA L

KISD Sports

State-ranked Cougars ready for softball playoffs

For the second straight year, Cinco Ranch softball dominated district play. And for the second straight year, expectations are high that Cinco Ranch will bring home the state softball title.

Cinco Ranch seniors leave their mark on historic season

After losing key seniors the year before, many believed Cinco Ranch would flounder this year on the girls’ soccer field.

Cinco Ranch girls started to jell early in season

When the Cinco Ranch Cougars lost to Katy Taylor is last year’s regional final contest, Cinco Ranch Head Girls Soccer Coach Fredy Sanguinetti saw something start to stir in his senior class that was g


Groundbreaking set for Clear Lake High School rebuild

Past, present and even future Clear Lake High School Falcons will gather at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 17, to kick-off the rebuild of the high school, 2929 Bay Area Blvd., Houston. The event will include a Taste of Lake where student clubs will be selling food and beverages, a walk down memory lane for alumni to tour the school one last time, and the ceremonial kicking of the dirt. The groundbreaking ceremony is set to start at 11:30 a.m.

Navy veteran turns passion for pets into booming business

Navy veteran turns passion for pets into booming business Before her entrepreneurial venture, the Houston resident served eight years in the U.S. Navy as a cryptologic technician, then spent another 10 years as an information technology manager for a global IT company. When we moved to League City in 2007, I was in search of a pet sitter for Thanksgiving services and could not find anyone available or willing to call me back, she said. [...] I decided there must be openings in this market and started my research. While the pets are always fun, Stetzel finds the ability to serve her human clients with useful information to be especially rewarding. “I get a huge sense of accomplishment when my clients call or email me to ask for (advice) for their pets,” she said.

Zoo owner who holed up in church with lion during Ike dies aged 61

It was a photo that captivated the world: a full grown lioness sheltering among sleeping bags and blankets on the altar of a Bolivar Peninsula Baptist church as Hurricane Ike raged outside.

Family and friends of Michael Ray Kujawa, a Crystal Beach zoo owner who swam through flood waters with the giant beauty in 2008, mourned Kujawa's death at a memorial service at the local cemetery Tuesday.

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