Fort Bend Star

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The Fort Bend Star is a weekly newspaper[1] headquartered in Stafford, Texas in Greater Houston.[2]

It was founded in 1978 by Beverly "Bev" Carter (1941 in Ballinger, Texas - July 6, 2013). Her newspaper included a column written by her, "Bev's Burner." Mike Glenn of the Houston Chronicle wrote that it "mixed homey personal anecdotes with sometimes biting political observations."[3] She often criticized politicians including Governor of Texas Rick Perry and Congressman Tom Delay.[3]

Carter died of cancer on Saturday July 6, 2013. As of that year, her son, Michael Fredrickson, publishes the newspaper.[3]

The current editor of The Star is Michael Sudhalter. Contributing writers include Subhrata Barot (News/Features) and Adrian Martin (Sports)

References[edit]

  1. ^ George, Cindy. "Fort Bend newspaper loses $1 million libel lawsuit." Houston Chronicle. May 6, 2011. Retrieved on April 7, 2014.
  2. ^ "Contact Us." Fort Bend Star. Retrieved on April 7, 2014. "The offices of fortbendstar.com are located at 4655 Techniplex Dr, Suite 300, Stafford, TX 77477 (the same location as the physical newspaper)."
  3. ^ a b c Glenn, Mike. "Fort Bend publisher dies of cancer at 72." Houston Chronicle. July 8, 2013. Retrieved on April 7, 2014.

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