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Sometimes all of the right things can be done, but the chips still don’t fall in the right place. more
Wal-Mart and The Sealy News purchased a new bicycle for Manuel Resendez, a resident of Silver Lake Retirement Community who was hit by a car Feb. 5 while riding his bike around the neighborhood. … more
When the opportunity arose to not only vacation in Hawaii, but also play a bowl game that would increase his exposure to college coaches, Sealy Tiger defensive lineman Eric Burns Jr. couldn’t pass it up. more
With their final steps as Sealy High School students coming en route to receiving their diplomas, the newest batch of Tiger alumni put on a show at Friday night’s graduation ceremony at T.J. Mills Stadium and left the field lighting up the sky. more
Marti Brown says she’s always wanted to work with animals, and it looks like her dream has come true. The young woman showcased her new Hair of the Dog Pet Parlor & Boutique on Main Street … more
A dance class for special needs students meets on Wednesdays at Sealy Junior High from 4 to 5 p.m. The class is taught by Marsha Merrell, who has been teaching dance for more than 25 years and says … more
This week Mrs. Machala's pre-school class at Faith Academy learned the Bible story about the men who carried their paralyzed friend to Jesus to be healed. They then acted out the story, each taking a … more
After decorated careers on the football field at both Sealy High School and the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Kris Brown is strapping up once again in a new league among many players who have cracked NFL rosters. more
The Gamma Omega Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International met in the Fellowship Hall of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Phillipsburg Nov. 3 with 54 members present. Eunice Sitton read the … more
The Garden Club of Sealy has selected the home of Sheila Koy, located at 618 Main Street in Sealy as the November 2018 Yard of the month. more
Although he was never that far away from the game, getting back into the daily grind of a baseball has been nothing but a delight for Robbie Ross Jr. more
The Roaring Sound from Tiger Town began practices earlier this week when new band director Oscar Cano, fourth from left, led his first run-through in the Sealy High School parking lot Monday morning. more
SAN FELIPE, Texas— The Friends of the San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site will host their annual meeting on Monday, Sept. 24, at 6:30 p.m. The meeting is open to the public and those … more
On Sept. 15, the Austin County Unit of the American Cancer Society held its annual “round-up” at the American Legion in Sealy. Approximately 200 guests from all parts of Austin County enjoyed an … more
A decision in a 2017 Booster Club meeting may have just set the table to create only the second All-American track athlete in the history of Sam Houston State University. more
Hectic daytime schedules can often lead to even busier evenings, which makes putting dinner on the table in less than an hour a valuable time-saver for home chefs. Balancing a busy lifestyle with … more
Last year’s Little Miss contestants stole the show at Fantasy of Lights. Pictured from left are second runner-up Avery Jackson, Little Miss Fantasy and first runner-up Josephine Biberstein and Miss … more
When temperatures drop, the risk for illness, such as colds and the flu, rises. Each year, millions of Americans suffer from symptoms ranging from coughing, sneezing and congestion to aches, fevers … more
The Garden Club of Sealy has selected the home of Don and Janice Marsh, located at 305 Hardeman in Sealy, as the March 2019 Yard of the Month. more
The sounds of saws buzzing, nails pushing through wood and drills putting the final touches on corn hole boards filled the air last Thursday morning at the 18-plus special education program behind Sealy Junior High School. more
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