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The city of Missouri City, despite its name, is located in southeastern Texas. In 1890, two real estate investors, R.M. Cash and L.E. Luckle purchased land along the Buffalot Bayou, Brazos and Colorado Railway. They advertised the land as a "land of genial sunshine and eternal summer" in St. Louis, Missouri. When W.R. McElroy purchased land three years later, he promoted the land in the same way by naming his property Missouri City. The first actual settlers were Texans from Arlington, Dallas and Fort Worth.

Population: 52913
Local Newspapers: Forward Times Houston Business Journal Houston Chronicle
Local Sports Teams: Houston Rockets Houston Texans Houston Astros
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Zip Codes associated with missouri city, texas: 77071 77459 77489
Towns/Cities near missouri city, texas : Sugar Land Stafford Fresno

Missouri City News
Missouri City taking scholarship applications

As part of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's CDBG Program, the scholarship program provides reimbursement for qualified expenses to current Missouri City residents who are classified as low- to moderate-income and are enrolled in community college, university or vocational programs. "This program awards funding to high school students who are graduating in 2018 and entering post-secondary institutions and/or full time undergraduate enrollees in post-secondary institutions," Community Development Coordinator LaToya Ricketts said.

WCMC awards scholarships, charitable donation

The Woman's Club of Missouri City awarded four Missouri City graduating seniors with a $1,000 WCMC Legacy Scholarship during its May 2 meeting at First Methodist Church of Missouri City. Receiving the scholarships, from left, are: Julieann Cherukara ; Shane Guico , Sherin Sabu , who received the Jo Butterfield Scholarship and Chiamaka Nwosu .

Missouri City must take better care of basic needs

I read with interest, Allen Owen, the Missouri City Mayor's State of the City address. While I understand that he is a political officer and his goal is re-election, wouldn't it have been more productive to point out some of the deficiencies that the City so clearly demonstrates daily to all of us residents and point out how he thinks he might improve those issues? It makes no sense to paint a rosy picture of the City which is composed of equal parts of fantasy and conjecture when the reality is that the City has a long way to go to satisfy even the most basic of resident needs.

Rep. Reynolds reports on odor reduction efforts at landfill

State Rep. Ron Reynolds, D-Missouri City, recently sent a letter to constituents updating them on progress he has been making on odor problems from the Blue Ridge Landfill. "I have been actively working with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality to address the foul offensive odors caused by the Blue Ridge Landfill," he said.

Free Comic Book Day

Andy and Doann Phan, along with their children Sky and Zoe, check out free comic books Saturday at Bedrock City Comics in Missouri City. The Sugar Land family was participating in the national Free Comic Book Day, held the first Saturday of May each year.

TX: Vote on Houston Transit Projects Likely in 2019

May 07--Voters will have to wait a few more months to decide Houston's transit future, as Metro officials said Monday they are taking a more deliberative approach to developing a long-term plan for bus and rail service. As a result, Patman said she has no intention of placing any bond referendums in front of voters in Harris County and Missouri City in November, a delay from earlier plans for the MetroNEXT process.

Former Missouri City cop on death row denied federal appeal

Robert Fratta is a death row inmate who was convicted in the murder-for-hire slaying of his wife. Death row is on the Polunsky Unit in Livingston, Texas.

Groups rally for school board districts

Supporters of single-member districts in the Fort Bend Independent School District held their kickoff party Sunday to collect 15,000 signatures of registered voters to bring matters to a vote. "Every step of the way it's about education, information, and awareness," said community organizer Vanesia Johnson, founder of Citizens Advocating for Social Equality and a member of Rise Up for Real Representation.

Mayor touts success in Show MO City

Missouri City Mayor Allen Owen showed off the Show Me City Thursday by delivering his annual State of the City address inside the city's newly renovated community center at City Hall. The annual address, done in conjunction with the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce, featured highlights of the last year in Missouri City and a peek ahead at things to come.

Cities, MUDs, LIDs holding elections Saturday

Here in eastern Fort Bend County, Sugar Land, Stafford, and Meadows Place all have contested races for their respective city councils this Saturday. Missouri City holds its elections in the fall, but does have a Municipal Utility District question on the ballot.

Cosplay and Star Wars-Inspired Art Dominate Houston's May the 4th Festival

Sometimes good things come out of bad puns. "May the Force be with you" segued to "May the fourth be with you" - dating back possibly to 1979 when Margaret Thatcher became prime minster.

Missouri City man one of two made a Knight of Texas at San Jacinto

This weekend I had the privilege of seeing a great honor bestowed upon two of my friends in the Texas Army. Carl Hill Jr. of Missouri City and David Martin of Montgomery County were knighted in a ceremony Saturday at the San Jacinto Monument, making them Knights of Texas.

Fish Fry and Shrimp Boil

Missouri City Mayor Allen Owen and his wife, Jane, who are dedicated supporters of the Oyster Creek Rotary Club's fundraisers, enjoyed Saturday's fish fry and shrimp boil at the Community Center on Texas Parkway. Proceeds from this fundraiser benefit scholarship programs, the Arc of Fort Bend, Project SMILE and many nonprofit organizations.

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