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Sealy senior discus thrower Luke Thielemann finally eclipsed the record length that has been burned into his memory at the Gobbler Relays in Cuero on March 14. more
Ricky Seals-Jones can now add Texas A&M alum to his title since completing his bachelor’s degree four years after he left school a semester shy of graduating to enter the NFL Draft. more
At the juncture of another barrier in his long, winding football road, Cody Brown has seen his first XFL season cut short. more
In this time of isolation and student-athletes working out at home, it must be easier to have a copy of yourself ready, willing and able to get off the couch and go do something, right? more
CAT SPRING — Saddle up your horse and come out to 7IL Ranch in Cat Spring, Oct. 20, 2018, for the Saddle Up for SIRE benefit trail ride, silent auction and barbecue lunch. The 26th annual event … more
Alyssa Marie Page, bride-elect of Blake Mason Odneal, has chosen Dec. 8 as the day to begin their new lives together. Alyssa is the daughter of Marie Page and Carroll Roden and John Page III. She is … more
Pre-Kindergarten Skylar Parson My pet dog is trying to get in her doghouse. Her name is Zoe and I like taking her on walks. When we were on our walk it started raining and my Dad said, … 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
w/art Photos by Shelby Klotz/Sealy News Daniel DeWeese Ryan Brown Mason Marek Chris Wallace Four musical acts performed Jan. 30 at the second Soundoff to Sealybration competition, … more
February is American Heart Month, and even if you don’t make it to a Zumba class or “fit-cation,” there’s always an opportunity to recharge and reset your fitness routine and diet regimen. … more
Plenty can be learned from an introductory meeting with Sealy ISD’s new superintendent but one thing that sticks out above the rest is growth. Bryan Hallmark said that progress isn’t only in terms of students’ understanding of curriculum but also for the adults teaching them. more
The Girls Who Love to Run presented a whopping $14,600 donation to the Sealy and Selman Elementary School Parent Teacher Associations Feb. 4. more
When Chase and Susan Graves found out their first child would be born with Down Syndrome, they were not only OK with it; they thought it was a privilege that God chose them to be his … more
The Bellville community came together on July 24 to give the late Zach Hood one more Friday night under the lights of the Pasture of Pain, where he excelled in both football and soccer in his three years as a Brahma. more
For millions of school-age children in the United States, each day begins – and ends – with a bus ride. While the school bus is the safest way to travel to and from school, according to the … more
Most great holiday gatherings start with great food and end with quality time spent with loved ones. This holiday season, rely on simple recipes that let you spend less time in the kitchen and more … more
Born in Alaska and raised in Colorado, Daniel Schlereth was immersed in the world of professional football. more
A group of local mothers and members of MOMS First generously provided the Austin County Sheriff’s Office a sandwich lunch Jan. 25 as a thank you for service to the communities of Austin … more
From left, second-graders Kinsley Koy, Lauren Burton, Serenity Davis, Khyra Cervantes and Anzia Heslep-Colon talk about their Thanksgiving blessings. For more on what our local kiddos are thankful … more
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