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Katy High School Class of 1989 at Midnight Rodeo

August 2, 2014 from 7pm to 11pm
Saturday, August 2, 20147:00 pm - ?Midnight Rodeo 402 W Grand Pkwy S, Katy, TX 77494KHS89: Free Cover, One Drink Ticket (from 7:00pm-9:00pm)  See More
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Conroe HS Class of 1984 at La Torretta Resort & Spa

August 9, 2014 at 7pm to August 10, 2014 at 12am
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Katy Times News

Weilein takes part in STAR events at leadership conference

More than 7,600 Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) members, advisers, alumni, and guests from across the country gathered in San Antonio for the 2014 National Leadership Conferenc

Three Katy teachers take part in Humanities Texas institute

Three Katy teachers were selected to attend “America in the 1960s,” a professional development institute sponsored by Humanities Texas and the University of Houston.

DNV GL doubles Katy office to accomodate 700 employees

A new lease has been executed with Chambers Street Properties, the owner of DNV GL’s Katy office, to expand its existing facilities to accommodate all Houston area staff in one single location. The ma

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Katy native teaches Lativian children baseball

RIGA, Latvia - Paratroopers with 1st Squadron, 91st Cavalry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade partnered with the Latvia national baseball team to practice America's pastime and teach fundamentals to ch

TIMES SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Haring facing new challenges at HBU

For Katy High 2014 graduate Katie Haring, falling into the sport of running came as an accident quite frankly.


Bay Cup II Regatta to draw racers on Aug. 2

The Lakewood Yacht Club is preparing for its annual Bay Cup II Regatta, which will draw racers to Galveston Bay to show off their sailing skills. The race will be held on Aug. 2. The entry fee is $75 and the deadline for racers was July 30. Late entries may be accepted at the discretion of the Regatta Chair. Gerhard Wittich, a resident of Clear Lake and chairman of the event, said the Lakewood Yacht Club hosts two regattas each year. "This is the second in a series," Wittich said. "We have one in early March and one in early August." He added that the location of this regatta is what draws sailors. "What makes our regattas unique is that they happen in Trinity Bay and Upper Galveston Bay," Wittich said.

Texas 146 plans are topic in Seabrook

A proposed $200 million highway expansion project drew the attention of about 150 Seabrook-area residents and business owners who turned out July 25 to learn details of the plan. The proposed design would vary from a four- to eight-lane freeway with frontage roads from Red Bluff Road to NASA Road 1, said Raquel Lewis, spokeswoman for the Texas Department of Transportation. From NASA Road 1 to south of FM 518, the proposed design would include a four-lane express lane facility on the west side of a six-lane boulevard. Because the expansion will take place on both the west and east sides of the freeway., TxDOT is working with Seabrook city officials to prioritize right-of-way acquisitions. Construction crews will widen the roadway to a six- and 12-lane freeway, with new grade separations at major intersections, access roads in selected locations and express lanes over Clear Creek. Another major hurdle is the purchase of a portion of right-of-way from Union Pacific Railroad on the west side of Texas 146, officials said. The expansion is divided into three construction projects - Red Bluff to NASA Road 1; NASA Road 1 to the Harris/Galveston county line, located in-between Seabrook and Kemah; and the Harris/Galveston county line to FM 518.

Input needed on how to improve water quality in Cedar Bayou

7 will have a chance to weigh in on plans that will help improve water quality in Cedar Bayou, which fails to meet state and federal standards for bacteria level. "The partnership will be going over recommendations made by work groups to improve water quality in the bayou as well as reviewing draft elements of the Watershed Protection Plan," said Justin Bower, senior environmental planner at the Houston-Galveston Area Council. Cedar Bayou is uniquely located in an area where water quality improvement projects can bring about significant results. Computer models suggest that failing septic systems, urban runoff and the feces of cattle and dogs are the major sources of the bacteria thought to be entering the waterway, H-GAC officials said. The protection plan is a road map to fixing our water issues, but public input is needed to move forward.

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