Packing up their 2015 robot, Gravity, as well as multiple tournament wins, a Katy Independent School District robotics team is headed this week to the world championship in St. Louis, Missouri.
For the past several weeks in Katy and the surrounding areas, streets and bike paths have been filled with brightly-garbed cyclists training for a cause — the annual BP MS 150 fundraiser.
The 2nd Annual Ft. Bend Literary and Fine Arts Festival and Parade was held Saturday, April 11 at the Cinco Ranch Branch Library. Nearly 450 entries were received and $6,000 in scholarships were awarded. $1,000 went to each Best of Show winner. Three were awarded for Art in Elementary, Junior High and High Sschool divisions and three for essays in grades K-2, 3-5 and 6-8.
The 2014–15 Katy City Council, from left: Durran Dowdle, James Mendez, Mayor Fabol Hughes, Charles Brawner, Steve Pierson and Bill Lawton
At its regular meeting on Monday, April 13, the Katy City Council authorized the purchase of four tracts of land and approved the annexation of land west of the city of Katy.
The Katy Rotary Club will hold its fourth annual Wild West Brew Fest on May 2 at Katy Mills Mall. The event features more than 400 taps, a 100,000 square-foot festival area and performances by country artists J.T. Hodges and Curtis Grimes.