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Fort Bend County continues to have one of the highest COVID-19 vaccine rates among Texas counties. Now the next step is to start getting children to get vaccinated before school starts. Read more
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas urged Texans to cut back on power usage last week when an unusually large number of power plants shut down for unexpected repairs as temperatures soared. ERCOT officials announced Friday that Texans could resume normal levels of electricity use, however.
Grab-and-Go meals at Travis High School and Neill Elementary School will continue for the summer.
A new era officially began at Lamar Consolidated ISD as Dr. Roosevelt Nivens conducted his first school board meeting on Thursday as the district’s new superintendent.
Schools in the Pecan Grove area will have to wait a few more months before they have a new superintendent.
Despite the high number of Fort Bend County residents already vaccinated, the numbers of new COVID-19 vaccinations in the county continue to drop.
Gov. Greg Abbott vowed last week at a border security summit to build a barrier to slow the flow of migrants through the state’s southern border.