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  • Posted: 
    07/29/2015
    Author: Jocelyn Kerr - Community Impact Newspaper

    Construction begins on Katy ISD 2014 bond projects

    From the new stadium to five new schools, the majority of the projects approved under the 2014 bond package are beginning construction this year. The first of the bonds were sold to investors in February, and Katy residents were given priority in purchasing them.

    At a June 2 roundtable meeting Superintendent Alton Frailey said most projects are proceeding as scheduled, with a few delays due to heavy rains in May and June.

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  • Posted: 
    07/28/2015
    Author: Fares Sabawi - Community Impact Newspaper

    Newly constructed houses of worship reflect area diversity

    Newly constructed houses of worship reflect area diversity

    As the Greater Katy area grows more diverse, so does its houses of worship. The area’s first Hindu temple and a mosque both opened their doors in June.

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  • Posted: 
    07/27/2015
    Author: Jocelyn Kerr - Community Impact Newspaper

    Major renovation at Memorial Parkway Junior High School set to begin this fall

    A proposed renovation plan for Memorial Parkway Junior High School was presented at the June 15 Katy ISD board of trustees meeting. Architectural firm Stantec and construction company Drymalla are working jointly on the renovation, which is the largest renovation funded by the 2014 bond measure.

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  • Posted: 
    07/24/2015
    Author: ctanea

    Katy Area Districts Council to recognize Special Purpose Districts through awards program 

    The Katy Area Districts Council, a committee of the Katy Area Economic Development Council, is proud to announce the creation of an awards program to recognize outstanding achievements by Municipal Utility, Emergency Service and other Special Purpose Districts operating within the Katy area as defined by Katy ISD boundaries.

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  • Posted: 
    07/23/2015
    Author: Julie A. Penne-MD Anderson

    MD Anderson named top-ranked hospital for cancer care 

    The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center has been ranked the No. 1 hospital for cancer care in the nation by U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Hospitals” survey.

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