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Stop Feeding Your Kids “Kid Food”

| September 1, 2017
Stop Feeding Your Kids “Kid Food”

Doctor Yum Dishes Up Important Reasons To Skip The Typical Kid-Related Food And Opt For More Nutritious Options By Dr. Nimali Fernando and Heidi DiEugenio According to the National Institutes of Health, on any given day one-third of children and 41 percent of teens eat from a fast-food restaurant. They also report that the restaurant […]

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Mango Consumption Has Positive Impact on Inflammatory Bowel Disease

| September 1, 2017
Mango Consumption Has Positive Impact on Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Texas A&M Clinical Trial Showed Reduced Symptoms Of Ulcerative Colitis In Study Participants Initial results of a study by researchers in the department of nutrition and food science at Texas A&M University in College Station show mango consumption has a positive impact on people with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Dr. Susanne Talcott, Texas A&M AgriLife Research […]

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Around Katy September 2017

| September 1, 2017
Around Katy September 2017

MEMORIAL HERMANN KATY HOSPITAL SHOWS SUPPORT FOR STUDENT ARTWORK Patients, visitors, and staff at Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital can now enjoy artwork by some of the area’s top student artists. Ten pieces of artwork provided by Katy Independent School District (KISD) students are now on display along the second floor of the hospital. “Memorial Hermann […]

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Harvesting, Storing and Preserving Herbs from the Garden

| September 1, 2017
Harvesting, Storing and Preserving Herbs from the Garden

Flavor For Now And Later Is Easier Than You Think By Melinda Myers Enjoy herbs all year round. Harvest herbs now for garden-fresh meals and then preserve a few for winter. Snip a few leaves or leaf-covered stems as needed. For the same intensity of flavor, you generally need two to three times more fresh […]

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Discoveries September 2017

| September 1, 2017
Discoveries September 2017

TODD SANDERS ART: Todd Sanders’ neon art evokes a time when America fell in love with motion. roadhouserelics.com

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Book Reviews September 2017

| September 1, 2017
Book Reviews September 2017

THE GRUMPY GARDENER Gardeners from across the country have turned to Southern Living Senior Garden Editor Steven Bender, “The Grumpy Gardener,” for his keen knowledge and gardening know-how with equal doses sarcasm and sidesplitting humor for nearly 35 years. Finally, his collected wit and wisdom can be found in The Grumpy Gardener: An A to […]

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Walls That Talk

| September 1, 2017
Walls That Talk

Tile Statements That Say Everything About Your Style By Cheryl Alexander Choosing the right wall tiles for your home just got easier and a lot more fun. Though the choices are plenty, don’t be overwhelmed. Quit wondering whether to play it safe or take a risk in your design. Let 2017 be the year that […]

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Exploring a Culinary Classic

| September 1, 2017
Exploring a Culinary Classic

ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES WITH POTATOES Delicious and nutritious, it’s no wonder potatoes are a menu staple for many. Everyone craves meal variety, and potatoes offer a perfect canvas to inspire new flavor exploration so you can enjoy something different every day. From russets, reds, yellows, whites and purples to petites, fingerlings and more, there are multiple […]

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Grow a Bigger Garden in a Smaller Space

| September 1, 2017
Grow a Bigger Garden in a Smaller Space

Space-Saving Ideas For Increased Productivity By Melinda Myers Whether in the ground or on a balcony or deck, there’s always room to grow your own garden-fresh produce and beautiful flowers. Space- saving gardening techniques and products can help you increase productivity in any available space. Consider elevated gardens and planter carts that not only save […]

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Katy Texas Schools, Sports, Students, September 2017

| September 1, 2017
Katy Texas Schools, Sports, Students, September 2017

Read about the achievements of area schools and students.

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Katy Students Take Awards at Houston World Series Dog Show Art Competition

| September 1, 2017
Katy Students Take Awards at Houston World Series Dog Show Art Competition

Close to 5,000 Katy ISD seniors walked across the stage at the Leonard E. Merrell Center during this year’s graduation ceremony. Katy ISD congratulates all graduates and wishes them the best of luck in their future endeavors.

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Great Values from Washington State and More

| September 1, 2017
Great Values from Washington State and More

FROM CHAMPAGNE TO REDS AND ROSÉS Whereas Oregon is producing winning Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir, Washington State is producing equally great Riesling, Syrah, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon! The following are the best values from tasting through about 50 Washington State wines over the last several months: Charles Smith The Velvet Devil Merlot 2014 […]

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Infinity QX30 and Ford F150

| September 1, 2017
Infinity QX30 and Ford F150

Infinity QX30 | Starting price: $30,000 By Kelly Foss mycardata.com Small SUVs are all the rage today. Buyers can’t get enough of them. They are compact is size, highly maneuverable, have a sporty demeanor, modern styling and upscale accoutrements. Meet the all-new Infiniti QX30. Infiniti, the upscale brand of Nissan, created this vehicle for a […]

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Southern Charm

| August 1, 2017
Southern Charm

Despite what images the term might conjure, “Southern” features more than one style of architecture. Some styles are grand; others are more modest. But Southern homes typically have certain commonalities.




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2017 Fort Bend County Fair Entertainment Lineup

| August 1, 2017
2017 Fort Bend County Fair Entertainment Lineup

There’s Something For Everyone In Concerts Sept. 29-Oct. 8 A Grammy winner, a Texas Music pioneer, and an alumnus of The Voice are a few of the credentials of artists who will be performing at the 2017 Fort Bend County Fair. The entertainment lineup has been officially revealed, and 14 singers representing Texas Music, Traditional […]

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Impacting Their Community, Living Their Faith

| August 1, 2017
Impacting Their Community,  Living Their Faith

Ken And Tracy Janda’s Efforts Make Life Better In Katy And Beyond By Mara Soloway Ken and Tracy Janda have known each other since their childhoods in the small town of Bellville. Life there grounded them in their faith and their love for each other, and instilled in each a penchant for community service. After […]

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Promoting the Katy Prairie Conservancy

| August 1, 2017
Promoting the Katy Prairie Conservancy

Elisa Donovan And Ali Dodson Share A Mission To Protect Our Coastal Prairie Ecosystem The Katy Prairie Conservancy (KPC) has announced the recent hiring of Elisa Donovan as assistant director and general counsel, joining advancement director Ali Dodson, who came to the nonprofit in late 2016. Both women share an environmental vision for the Katy […]

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MEMORABLE WEDDINGS –
Katherine and Doug

| August 1, 2017
MEMORABLE WEDDINGS – </br> Katherine and Doug

Katherine Mizell and Doug Jackson met through mutual friends while he attended Louisiana State University and she attended the University of Texas.




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Katy Happenings August 2017

| August 1, 2017
Katy Happenings August 2017

43RD ANNUAL HOUSTON GLASS CLUB VINTAGE GLASS & ANTIQUE SHOW AND SALE, AUG. 18-20 The Houston Glass Club has announced its 43rd Annual Vintage Glass and Antique Show and Sale. The show begins on Friday, Aug. 18, from 2-7 p.m., and two full days of shopping on Saturday, Aug. 19, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and […]

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