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Pictured here are the grand champions and the reserve champions in the various livestock categories at the Austin County Fair held in October. more
Five teams from Sealy FFA advanced to the area level after placing in the top three at the Bluebonnet District Leadership Development Event on Saturday. Both the senior and junior chapter conducting … more
A $20,000 grant from the Lower Colorado River Authority and City of Bellville will help the Austin County Museum Association preserve and enhance the historic former jail, now a museum that provides … more
The coronavirus pandemic may have forced the cancelation of many events in 2020 but it is not slowing down activities for the holidays. The Sealy News is once again hosting the Angel Tree where … more
Select your favorite holiday image – and color it in your own unique style. Your entry could be published in the Sealy News in December!   Rules for entry Open to children aged … more
Last Wednesday afternoon at Sealy High School, Lady Tiger senior outside hitter Brylie Nedd was joined by family, teammates and coaches in signing her National Letter of Intent to play volleyball at Blinn Junior College next year. more
Giving during the holiday season can mean more than gifts. It’s the time of year when giving back to your community can make an even bigger impact – especially this year when so many need … more
How do you feed an entire city delicious grilled meat in the middle of a pandemic? Just ask the folks from Cowboys4Heroes and Prasek’s Family Smokehouse, who partnered to provide hamburgers, … more
With the first sightings of iconic, endangered whooping cranes along the Texas coast, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) is reminding Texans to be on the lookout for these impressive … more
Continuing a tradition started two years ago, the Sealy High School Student Council, National Honor Society, and Interact Club will once again host the local observance of Wreaths Across … more
The coronavirus pandemic may have forced the cancelation of many events in 2020 but it is not slowing down activities for the holidays. The Sealy News is once again hosting the Angel Tree where … more
From helpless to helpful, Curtis Brown is a man on a mission to help fellow veterans who are struggling with all kinds of physical, mental, emotional, and addictive problems. They’re … more
All Hallows Eve is one of the most popular of the themed weekends at the Texas Renaissance Festival each fall. Last Saturday proved to be quite spook-tacular. The festival runs weekends through the … more
Members of the Sealy High School Interact Club recently collected cans for recycling from the bin at The Sealy News and made $40.75. Pictured are Aaron Deleon, Lasle Jaras, Brittany Alvarez, … more
The Sealy Fire Department recently made a Fire Prevention Week visit to the children at Small World Day Care. more
Over the course of his career, Cory Solomon has qualified for the National Finals Rodeo six times and has proven the rodeo talent available in Waller County. Each fall, he returns home to be part … more
While most people will relate 2020 with COVID-19, Kelly Harrell will remember it for an entirely different disease. more
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center is committed to safely providing patient care and cancer screenings throughout the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. In light of emerging … more
Terry Arnold thought it was a bug bite. The irritated spot on her breast, however, was something far worse. It was inflammatory breast cancer (IBC) and by the time she was diagnosed she was … more
It’s beginning to look though as if Sam Houston, William Barret Travis or Stephen F. Austin himself were about to make the rounds in the streets of San Felipe as a replica block of the colonial … more
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