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One student shot, another dead at Alpine High School in West Texas

Alpine Independent School District went on lockdown as police responded late this morning to a confirmed active shooter situation taking place at Alpine High School, where one student was shot and … more

One student shot, another dead at Alpine High School in West Texas

Students are evacuated this morning after an active shooter situation claimed one life and injured another. more

Judge rules in Town Park Center’s favor, city appeals

On Tuesday, in the 155th Judicial Court, Judge Jeff Steinhauser removed the City of Sealy from any financial responsibility to deliver commercial property on time to Town Park Center’s anchor … more

County approves hire to assist with record-keeping

In a 3-1 vote Monday, Austin County commissioners approved a 30-hour-per-week administrative assistant position that will assist with record keeping. Commissioner Bobby Rinn opposed the hire, … more

Small Town Christmas Festival

San Felipe residents came out last Saturday to enjoy the 3rd annual Small Town Christmas Festival last Saturday. Festivities included a parade in the morning, chili cook off, raffles and vendors from … more

City plans to reimburse more YMCA funds

The city of Sealy’s drama with the YMCA – a saga that has gone on for more than five years – continued this week. At press time Tuesday afternoon, the Sealy City Council was poised to refund … more

Singers entertain evacuees at Knights of Columbus Hall

Deacon Ben Munguia and wife Maria, joined by Rene Serrata, entertained evacuees at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Sealy on Monday. Donations have been pouring in, and while there were about 70 … more

Tropical Storm Harvey Closings and Information

Restaurant information, 6:52 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 26 Restaurant and grocery store hours: Walmart does not have any plans to close.  Bill's closes at 7 p.m. and will reopen at 7 … more

Tigers take it to the wire

Coming off a dominant 42-17 win against crosstown rival Bellville, the Sealy Tigers football team was looking to push its win streak to three on the road against the undefeated Needville Blue … more

Sealy football picked to finish fifth in district by Texas Football Magazine

The Sealy Tiger football season opener against Wharton on the road on Sept. 1 is fast approaching. Recently, the Dave Campbell's Texas Football Magazine hit newsstands and the Tigers are not … more

Stephen F. Austin State Park closed for foreseeable future

As you may be aware, the San Felipe area close to the Brazos River was severely impacted by the recent flooding events. Stephen F. Austin State Park incurred major damage to the park's grounds and … more

Sealy superintendent addresses ‘reckless’ student behavior

Sealy ISD Superintendent Sheryl Moore released the following statement in response to activities that occurred Sept. 15, the morning of the Sealy High School Homecoming game. “Sealy ISD in no … more

Storms close roads, kill power

Storms blew into Austin County late Thursday, soaking already saturated ground until it could absorb no more.  The rain flooded a number of streets around the County, hampering Memorial Day travel … more

Crane volunteers cook and donate for evacuees, National Guard

As the National Guard unloads donations brought in by volunteers who drove from Crane, Texas, it’s easy to call those volunteers heroes that are helping in time of crisis. However, Sheila Pahl … more

Sealy ISD partners with local businesses

Sealy ISD has begun its partnership with almost a dozen businesses throughout the city to help bring their students real-world experience they otherwise would not otherwise experience. Every … more

Council unveils TxDOT Interstate 10 expansion plans

Last night, after a period of executive session, Sealy City Council displayed the Texas Department of Transportation’s recently completed vast plans for the city’s southeastern section of … more

Sealy News printing error

There was some slight confusion in the page order of this week’s The Sealy News print edition. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. A limited second copy of the edition will be … more

Playoff bound

In a season that has been full of up-and-downs for the Sealy Tigers, the regular season ended on the best possible note for a team: earning a spot in the playoffs. After blowing a 16-point lead … more

Thank you, veterans

As a massive American flag blew in the wind, the sounds of youth singing “God Bless the USA” filled the air and people of all ages greeted each other with hugs and handshakes, the residents of … more

Mill Creek

Sealy Volunteer Fire Department and Texas Taskforce 1 rescue teams recover a driver from his truck off FM431 and Mill Road on Tuesday afternoon. Officials continue to warn residents to be wary of low … more
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