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TEEA recognizes members' service

TEEA (Texas Extension Education Association) of Austin County has officially installed and recognize several of its outstanding leaders in 2016 for their many accomplishments and dedication to the … more

Community Bible study

“Red Sea to the Jordan River” You are invited to join us on an exciting adventure in God’s Word studying the books of Exodus, Leviticus and Numbers. You might be surprised by how practical … more

Vesely Cemetery Historical Marker

Patricia Kennedy, Gail Spencer, Josephine (Vesely) Bear, Howard Bear, and Parker Spencer stand in front of the historical marker. more

St. Paul’s presents series on Station of the Cross

On Feb. 17, Maxine Cates, St. Paul's office manager, portrayed Caiaphas' maid servant, and the Rev. Scott Stallings, St. Paul's visitations pastor, portrayed Caiaphas for the second presentation of … more

Pet of the Week

Democrat? Republican? Independent? No matter what your politics are, you’re bound to fall in love with a great guy like me. My name is Ernie, and I am a super handsome Staffordshire terrier mix … more

Bellville Christian Food Pantry receives donation

On a busy workday in December the volunteers at the Bellville Christian Food Pantry took a moment off from packing bags for clients to pick up for Christmas. Regular volunteers were there as well … more

Breakfast with Santa

Residents of Sealy enjoyed a good pancake breakfast with Santa on Dec. 3. The event was hosted by the Sealy Lions Club. more

Texans helping Texans the Red Cross Way

How Texan are you? If you want to show your Texas bravado, join the American Red Cross and show the world how big things are really done in Texas!    The American Red Cross of Southeast & Deep … more

Austin County Fair Queen's pageant

Applications for the Austin County Fair Queen pageant are now being accepted!  A candidate must be at least 15 years of age by the beginning of the current school year, be single, be a resident of … more

Pet of the Week

Bad hair day? Yeah, me too!! I’m a year old Poodle/Terrier mix named Annie Oakley. What I lack in hair fashion, I make up in personality! At a whoppin’ 12 lbs., I’m adventurous, playful, … more

SHS choir competes at district

On Saturday, Sept. 30, 16 choir members from Sealy High School went to compete at the District level of the Texas All-State choir auditions. Out of the 16 that competed, 15 of them will advance on … more

Back To School: Sealy youth prepare to head to the classroom

The first day of classes for Sealy ISD is just around the corner on Aug. 24, and residents already have begun back-to-school shopping. A back-to-school fair is set for 9 a.m. to noon Friday, Aug. … more

Bicycle dangers, safety guidelines

With bicycle races set as ongoing events along the side of Hwy. 2187, bicycle safety and laws are important for residents and visitors to the Sealy area. “Bicyclists have the same rights and … more

Highest Honors to FFA Members

The Lone Star FFA Degree recognizes FFA members who have demonstrated leadership and shown commitment through their involvement in FFA activities. Allison Schram receives congratulations for … more

All Aboard: Galveston Railroad Museum presents Galveston Railroad Days

Show your support for America's First Responders — come out and wave a flag as the Texas Chief passes through Sealy on Sunday, Oct. 2 at Main/Front streets — 11:25 a.m. northbound to Brenham and … more

Texas Premier Shooting Arms

On Aug. 9, Texas Premier Shooting Arms celebrated their one-year anniversary as well as their acceptance into the Sealy Chamber of Commerce during a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Texas Premier is a family … more

National Anthem

Sonia Ruiz of the Sealy Junior High Choir sings the national anthem at the Greater Sealy Little League Opening Day ceremony.  more

Difference Makers run, rally bring focus on human sex trafficking

They call it Difference Makers for a good reason. Christian City Fellowship is hosting its annual Difference Makers run and rally the weekend of Feb. 5-6. Last year’s conference and inaugural … more

Texas Comptroller tours Texas ports

AUSTIN — Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar this month kicks off a six-city tour of some of the state’s ports of entry, which account for more than $600 billion in trade annually and serve a variety … more

Sealy High School Rotary Interact Club

Sealy High School Rotary Interact Club students pose with Sealy News office representative Mark Ragsdale after collecting their month’s worth of cans from behind the office. Money received for … more
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