Year Archive

Citizens Police Academy

The Katy Police Department is offering a Citizen’s Police Academy class for City of Katy residents. This is a 10-week training opportunity for citizens who desire to gain an understanding of the department’s policies and procedures. Classes start on Feb. 21 and will meet on every Thursday from... Read More »

Young Ranch Hosts Free Continuing Education Course for Area Realtors

Young Ranch hosted a complimentary continuing education class, Legal Update I, for area Realtors on Tuesday, January 29th. The course, taught by Rob Cook, was held in the Lennar model.

Agents enjoyed breakfast and coffee in the M/I Homes model. Following the class, agents also enjoyed a... Read More »

Katy High Bengal Brigade Visits California

The Katy High School Bengal Brigade and Cheerleaders welcomed the new year in California where they had been invited to open the 130th annual Tournament of Roses parade. The team included 35 girls and one young man. The students also got to work with professional performers from Temecula and... Read More »

Katy High Visits California

The Katy High School Bengal Brigade and Cheerleaders welcomed the new year in California where they had been invited to open the 130th annual Tournament of Roses parade. The team included 35 girls and one young man. The students also got to work with professional performers from Temecula and... Read More »

Cornelius Garden Center to Open in Katy

Calloway’s Nursery expects to open a Cornelius Garden Center & Nursery at 1403 Westborough Drive, Katy, this month. The famed garden store and favorite of many Houstonians for many years sells plants, garden tools and decorating items, including the Cornelius Bow. 

Source: Community... Read More »

Hospital Achieves Recognition

Katy has yet another reason to be proud! Houston Methodist West Hospital received Magnet recognition for nursing excellence recently, becoming one of a select group of hospitals nationally to be awarded this distinction. There are only 482 Magnet hospitals in the world (including 43 in Texas, of... Read More »