Wednesday 23 April 2014

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Lamar girls, Bellaire boys defend District 20-5A cross country titles

Lamar’s girls and Bellaire’s boys did the expected by defending their respective titles at the District 20-5A Cross Country Championships last week. It was a blowout for Lamar’s girls, who placed all seven runners in the top 15. The Redskins …

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Dianne Johnson appointed HCC Trustee for District V

The Houston Community College Board of Trustees appointed Dianne Johnson to temporarily fill the position as trustee for District V with a 5-0 vote on Thursday, October 17.

Bellaire, Lamar getting closer to 20-5A showdown for first place

If all goes this week as it has the past several weeks, then next Friday night state-ranked Lamar and once-beaten Bellaire will clash for the District 20-5A, aka

This Weekend: West U School Hosting ‘Food Truck Fright Nights’

West U residents don’t have to leave the city this Halloween season to experience a night of frights.

The Xavier Educational Academy is hosting a haunted house and

Strake standout runner Ammons commits to Harvard

R.J. Ammons, a senior at Houston's Strake Jesuit, will be running for Harvard next year.

After receiving interest from a number of prestigious programs from around the country, including

Kinkaid looks to clinch SPC South with win over St. John’s Friday

Man, these guys are loaded.

Undefeated Kinkaid, with a star-studded lineup, will try to close out a perfect regular season and an unbeaten Southwest Preparatory Conference South Zone championship

Stratford, Memorial, Strake Jesuit XC teams do well in last meets prior to district

Stratford Cross Country begins its postseason Oct. 22 at 9 a.m. with the District 22-4A meet at Spring Branch Park in Tomball. Memorial and Strake Jesuit go three

West U Elementary Will Lose Magnet Program and $273,562

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West University Elementary School’s magnet program will be eliminated next school year, which will cost the school $273,562 in funding.

West U Elementary is one of

Unbeaten Kinkaid, Episcopal clash Friday for SPC South Zone lead

The Southwest Preparatory Conference South Zone football championship will probably be on the line Friday night when unbeaten Episcopal travels to undefeated Kinkaid in what could be an

Rice ranks 12th among top 200 U.S. colleges

When it comes to things students care about - such as getting a good job - Rice University ranks No. 12 among the nation's top 200 colleges, according

St. John’s girls run past competition

The St. John’s girls cross country team had just one individual medal Saturday morning at its own Ramble three-mile run, but the Mavericks had seven of the first

West U Elementary’s Fall Carnival is This Weekend

West U Elementary School is hosting its 89th Annual Boo Bash Carnival and Bazaar this weekend.

This community tradition will take place on Oct. 19 from 10:30

St. John’s boys win all the medals and its own Ramble meet

The St. John’s boys cross country team took all three medals en route to taking its own Ramble Invitational Saturday morning at T.C. Jester Park.

With junior Maverick Akshay

Pershing Students Meet America’s Tallest Man

Pershing Middle School students recently met America’s Tallest Man, Igor Vovkovinskiy. Vovkovinskiy, who is 7 ft. 8 inches tall, came to speak to Pershing’s eighth grade Peer Assistance Leadership

Episcopal can clinch SPC playoff berth Friday in Fort Worth

The Episcopal football team can clinch one of the four Southwest Preparatory Conference South Zone playoff spots Friday night with a win over Country Day in Fort Worth.

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