While most voters in Texas go to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 7, to decide state constitutional amendments and local bonds, residents of Missouri City will also be voting on several city council races and changes to the city charter.
The first sign that the 2018 election could be a busy one began last March when Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls announced he was forming an exploratory committee to consider a run at the District 22 Congressional seat held by Republican Pete Olson.
Hurricane Harvey poured 24 inches of rain into the Stafford Boys and Girls Club, but less than 60 days later, operations are back to almost normal, thanks to Major League Baseball, the Houston Astros and Fort Bend County. “Our game room and gymnasium were flooded with 24 inches of water,” Club Director Matt Salazar said. […]
Travis took a 7-0 lead on Naveon Mitchell’s 64-yard run in the first minute of the game Saturday, but Bush stormed back to score 28 consecutive points to lead 28-7 at halftime.