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From Press Release HOUSTON, TX (May 31, 2016) Houston physician Harold I Daily, MD, was born and raised in Simonton, Texas, where his parents ran the general store and farmed. He has fond memories of growing up in the area, with lots of time spent outdoors exploring...read more
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My life with Papa J was one of love, family, church, and community: a life in which I lived the biggest dream possible. But even more importantly, James Edward Johnson, aka Papa J, lived out his dream as businessman, local celebrity, and social force in Fulshear.read more
Written by Jaclyn Ritter In the words of Plato, “Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything.” That, is exactly what the Lone Star Symphonic Band (LSSB) has been bringing to the West Houston area for over...read more
Written by Marcia Simmons Fulshear philanthropist Carole McCann wants to talk about two things: family and Fulshear. McCann is owner of the beautiful Bar O Ranch in downtown Fulshear. The land is part of a larger parcel once owned by husband Michael McCann’s parents....read more
Written by Jaclyn Ritter Larry Johnson, President and CEO of the Johnson Development Corporation, is the innovator and mastermind behind Fulshear’s Cross Creek Ranch. Cross Creek Ranch was started by Trendmaker Homes. Fulshear’s growth trends caught Johnson’s eye, and...read more
Written by Daniel McJunkin Fulshear Mayor Tommy Kuykendall can be described as many things. To his family, he is a husband and a father. To his employees, he is their leader. To the citizens of Fulshear, he is a respected Mayor, neighbor, and friend. Tommy Kuykendall...read more
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Be on the lookout for the Latest issue of Fulshear Magazine. It is set to hit news stands and mailboxes within days. We know that you’re going to love this issue because we sure do. We’ve already heard great feedback about this issue and some are saying that this is our best issue yet – but we don’t mean to brag.
Turn the pages and meet your neighbors – one word at a time. As many of our visitors know, Fulshear Magazine is the highly-polished lifestyle magazine that focuses on the “Past Present and Future” of this fine wide-spread community.
This issue introduces readers to some of the most interesting people in the Greater Fulshear Area.read more
Tuesday, July 19, 2016, we live streamed the following meeting: 7:00 pm: City Council Regular Meeting at the Irene Stern Community Center.
There were several interesting outcomes from the meeting. Here’s a rundown of the more important elements.
Four citizens commented during “Citizen Comments”.
Consent items passed, after some discussion.
Under “Business Items”, most people came to see what would happen when the council got to Items N through S. These were the items dealing with the appointment or replacement of volunteers serving on commissions, committees, and corporations.read more
The Fulshear Area Chamber of Commerce held its February general meeting on Wednesday, July 13, 2016. On this page, you will find the video that streamed from the meeting. Feel free to share the embed code with the...read more
Today, we live streamed the following meeting: 4:00 pm: City Council Workshop in Sugarland, Texas. What was the purpose of the meeting? According to the City Website: “The City Council will hold a Special Meeting and Workshop in a Retreat setting on Monday, July...read more
Churchill Fulshear would have been 208 years old had he been somehow fortunate enough to live to attend his birthday party on Sunday, July 10, 2016. However, even without Churchill there personally, what organizers Forever Fulshear and Thrive Church called “The...read more
It’s another historical moment-in-time for the Fulshear-Simonton community. Thankfully, this time, it’s not a flood or a fire, but the formation of the Fulshear-Simonton Heritage Society. Both Fulshear and Simonton have partnered together in the past with the Fulshear-Simonton Volunteer Fire Department, the Bob Lutts Fulshear-Simonton Library, and of course the Fulshear-Simonton Lions Club!
Frances Smart and Jo Douglass, two long-time residents and best friends have been collecting historical items for many years. It has long been their dream to open a museum so others may begin to understand and appreciate the unique history of Fulshear-Simonton.