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Fort Bend PAWS: Saving Fort Bend’s Furry Friends – One Pet at a Time

Feature | By Dan Murphy – Each year, more than 3,500 homeless pets are taken in by Fort Bend County Animal Services (FBCAS) in Rosenberg. That...
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Diamonds: The Ultimate Investment

By Susan DeBakey – For millennia, the wealthy and powerful have paid any price to possess the rare and the beautiful. Among gemstones, the most...
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THE GRID Comes to Fort Bend

CityScape | By Dan Murphy – The first phase of the development to the former Texas Instruments (TI) campus in Stafford in under way, and...
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FBISD – 2018 Bond Building and Improving Safe Learning Spaces Supporting Kids and Co...

Feature | By Kristin Tassin – Thanks to the Fort Bend ISD (FBISD) community, the 2018 bond passed overwhelming with more than 75% of the...
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Separation Anxiety

Golf Pros | By Travis Johnson – Are you losing power in your golf swing by not being able to separate your upper body from your lower...
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December – January 2019 – Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce

US Conference of Mayors – Jennifer Lane – Sugar Land City Council, Bridget Yeung – Sugar Land City Council, Dee Koch and Tiffany Halfon...
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Avoiding Probate: The Transfer on Death Deed Law

Finance Matters | By Farha Ahmed – Whether you’re rich or poor, there is an easy estate tool is available to everyone, thanks to the 2015...
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recent from PUBLISHERS PREVIEW Politics and Presidents
Politics and Presidents   It’s been an interesting and revealing few weeks in Fort Bend.  As a community, we have experienced several milestone moments, ones that will not only be prominent footnotes in history, but ones that will be instrumental in shaping our future. While we have seen much change politically in our...
recent from FEATURE STORY Fort Bend PAWS: Saving Fort Bend’s Furry Friends – One Pet at a Time
Fort Bend PAWS: Saving Fort Bend’s Furry Friends – One Pet at a Time Feature | By Dan Murphy – Each year, more than 3,500 homeless pets are taken in by Fort Bend County Animal Services (FBCAS) in Rosenberg. That breaks down to almost ten cats, dogs, rabbits, birds or other surrendered animals every day. And, as a county facility, FBCAS is required by law to accept any...
recent from POLITICAL Oh The Times They Are A Changin’. . .
Oh The Times They Are A Changin’. . . Political Profile! | By Christopher Hill – There is an attributed Chinese curse (although its true origin is American) that recommends that we live in interesting times. The political landscape of Fort Bend County has been predictable over the past few decades. Locally, it didn’t matter what was...
recent from FORT BEND CHAMBER December – January 2019 – Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce
December – January 2019 – Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce US Conference of Mayors – Jennifer Lane – Sugar Land City Council, Bridget Yeung – Sugar Land City Council, Dee Koch and Tiffany Halfon – Smart Financial...
recent from COVER STORY Building For Our Future: Rice & Gardner Jim Rice
Building For Our Future: Rice & Gardner Jim Rice COVER STORY | By Christopher Hill – When we talk about necessity, it is crucial to comprehend the massive growth of the region. Across our country, the US government classifies metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) for comparisons. In total, there are 383 MSAs in the United States. Our area falls under...
recent from EXECUTIVE INSIGHTS Leveraging “HR” for a Strategic Advantage
Leveraging “HR” for a Strategic Advantage By Michael J. Dobert, S.P.H.R. SHRM-SCP – Human Resources, “HR,” plays many critical roles in an organization including from a compliance perspective, although “HR” also has an opportunity to build further as a strategic partner. HR must be in alignment with an organization’s strategic...