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Pet(s) of the Week

If you said the word “throwaway”, we’d bet something as cute as we are wouldn’t be the first thing you’d think of! We are Candi and Mandi, two precious little girls who were dumped and left … more

SHS CTE students network with industry leaders

Staphany Lozano, Kennedy Rhoades and Shawna McDaniel, Sealy High School CTE students, recently attended the Women In Industry Conference in League City in an attempt to foster future business … more

Tigers partner with Panthers

Sealy Independent School District will soon begin a relationship with nearby Prairie View A&M University that affords students with scholarship opportunities and automatic enrollment. Sealy High … more

Troupes, entertainment coming to Sealy

Combine a love of teaching and theatre, and the will to start a new business, and one will find a Texas Theatre Company that is looking to spread that love of theatre to new customers in … more

Meat from animals critical for good health, development

COLLEGE STATION – A 14 percent decline in U.S. consumer meat consumption over the past decade has caused alarm with one Texas A&M AgriLife scientist who warns the effects could be dire for overall … more

Attorney General E-mail Scams

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today warned Texans of suspicious e-mails con­taining malicious soft­ware seemingly coming from the Office of the Attorney General (OAG). The e-mail claims to come … more

State drops any claims of ownership to Alamo library items

The Texas General Land Office recently dropped attempts to claim ownership of 38,000 items in the Alamo library collection, a battle the GLO has been waging with the Daughters of the Republic of … more

New smartphone app helps identify Texas officials

AUSTIN — Blakemore Public Affairs has launched the Texas Elected Officials Flash Card App to help users build knowledge of state elected officials and improve memory with each photo. The free app … more

Seeds of Empire

Dr. Andrew Torget is a great friend of the San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site, and served on the Historian Roundtable in 2015 that analyzed recent site scholarship by Michael Moore. Dr. Torget … more

FCA US, Ryan Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram raise $3000 for Brazos High

On Aug. 5, Ryan Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram and the Brazos High School Booster Club co-hosted a “Booster Club Fundraiser Presented by the brands of FCA” and raised $3,000 for the Brazos High School … more

Baby book dropout

I have a confession to make – I’m a baby book dropout. While I whole-heartedly LOVE journaling, and all things paper, when it came time to grab the baby book and write down all the … more

Homecoming queen candidates

Pictured from left are Sealy High School homecoming queen candidates Kendall Krenek, Brittany Luttrall and Ryanne Loredo, and queen Macey Samonte. Not pictured is queen candidate Sarah Kulhanek. more

Sealy ISD desires winning on, off the field

School officials are hoping changes in the athletic program will change the culture inside and outside of classrooms, and keep the stands packed in the upcoming football season. more

An angel's visit

Christian selects an ornament off The Sealy News Angel Tree. Each Christmas, The Sealy News helps bring holiday cheer to Sealy’s local seniors at Silver Lake and The Oaks who are living on fixed … more

Cash welcome; We don’t take plastic

Help the environment as well as the seniors of our community by donating paper products into the (rather) large blue container that sits in the parking lot of The Sealy News. Collections generate … more

Easter eggs without the hunt

Jackie Ochoa, first grader at Selman elementary, passes out colored Easter eggs at Tony’s restaurant on Easter Sunday to more than 300 guests. Pictured with Jackie is Dalis Dickerson, son of Eric … more

Agriculture damages from wildfire estimated at $21 million

Lost grazing on burned out grass, replacement fences and damaged stock facilities all add up in the economic losses. more

Interact to challenge students, improve lives

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Federal Court stops enforcement of Obama public schools bathroom directive

AUSTIN – Late Monday, U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor’s issued a nationwide injunction prohibiting the Obama administration from enforcing its bathroom directives against public schools … more
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