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When shots were fired at Sealy Police Officer Eric Bryant through the windshield of his patrol car, he had shards of glass in his eyes and didn’t know if he’d been hit by a bullet. It wasn’t … more
Unity Day, the signature event of National Bullying Prevention Month, has been recognized in the United States since 2011. To participate in Unity Day, which was held on Oct. 24 at Sealy High School, … more
Austin County voters broke records during the mid-term elections that ended up deciding the Texas governor, state representatives, U.S. representatives, Court of Appeals justices and more on Tuesday. … more
Within minutes of a county-wide tornado watch being issued and a downpour complete with thunder and lightning, the sky cleared, the sun came out and Mother Nature made way for a successful Boo Bash … more
Jurors were named Monday to decide the fate of Travis O'Neal Bluntson, a 37-year-old man accused of trying to murder Sealy Police Department Officer Eric Bryant in 2012. Bluntson appeared in … more
"Rachel’s Challenge is a presentation/program that exists to equip and inspire individuals to replace acts of violence, bullying, and negativity with acts of respect, kindness, and compassion. … more
Texans are no strangers to celebrating special occasions and when you reflect on someone as great as Stephen F. Austin (aka the Father of Texas) celebrating a birthday, you can be guaranteed that … more
Voters began heading to the polls Monday for early voting in elections that will decide the Texas governor, state representatives, U.S. representatives, Court of Appeals justices and more. Voters … more
After seven terms in office representing Austin County in Washington, D.C., Republican U.S. Rep. Mike McCaul made a stop on the campaign trail last week at a Sealy Chamber of Commerce luncheon. … more
The Sealy City Council last week decided to remove a brick structure that sits at the intersection of Main Street and the west side of Highway 36. The matter was placed on the agenda by … more
After a nationwide search, the YMCA of Greater Houston has appointed Stephen Ives as its new President and Chief Executive Officer. Ives comes to the YMCA of Greater Houston from the YMCA of … more
Faith Academy High School celebrated the 13th induction of members to its chapter of the National Honor Society on Sept. 24. The service-based scholastic club was honored to host Keith Hite as … more
The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo awarded $2,685,669 million in additional premiums to 1,962 junior market exhibitors, which is in addition to the $4 million in guaranteed premiums that have … more
John Cruz was welcomed to the Sealy Police Department last week with a swearing-in ceremony at City Hall. Officer Cruz graduated from Wharton County College Police Academy in 2014. He spent two years … more
Sealy Police Department K9 Officer Eric Bryant is once again heading up the effort to bring families together and unite the community at National Night Out. This year’s event is set for 5 p.m. … more
Austin County commissioners voted last week to train personnel to comprise a “central counting station” to make elections run more efficiently. The next county election is set for Nov. 6. … more
HOUSTON – The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Houston Division is launching #ThinkBeforeYouPost, a public awareness campaign to educate the public about the consequences of making hoax … more
On Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018, at 8 a.m., the Austin County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a possible marijuana grow field located in Cat Spring, Texas. Officers searched the area and … more
Residents spoke out once again in opposition to Austin County’s proposed tax rate at a second public hearing on the matter held Sept. 10. A week later, on Sept. 17, after an hour-long, often … more
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