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Assistance available for farmers, ranchers

Farmers, ranchers, families and small businesses affected by recent flooding, high winds and hail in Texas can now receive assistance from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).The USDA Farm … more

Pet of the week

My name is Sam, and I am the comeback kid. When I was hit by a car, I broke my leg and was left by my owners at the vet. The shelter stepped in and fixed me up. They couldn’t resist helping a cutie … more

Salt Grass Trail Ride kicks off rodeo season

The Salt Grass Trail Ride begins in Cat Spring, Texas, on Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017, and culminates in the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ Parade downtown, Saturday, Feb. 27, 2016. Reese … more

Faith Academy visits Christmas tree farm

It's that time of year again ... time to make things ready for the holidays. So, the Pre-K students from Faith Academy visited Martin Tree Farms recently.  They enjoyed a both a train and a hayride … more

Watch out for scammers who are using the Dallas shootings

Texans are known for opening their hearts and their wallets to others in times of need. Attorney General Ken Paxton today encouraged any cit­izens who want to donate to the victims of the Dallas … more

Local women’s association donates $17k to benefit breast care center patients

The Willow Fork Ladies Tennis Association recently donated $17,000 to Houston Methodist Breast Care Center at West. The money raised through its annual breast cancer awareness fundraiser Pretty in … more

Texas AG fights for religious freedom

AUSTIN – Leading a coalition of 14 states, Attorney General Ken Paxton today filed in the U.S. Supreme Court an amicus brief in support of the petition for a writ of certiorari in United States v. … more

Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital says goodbye to retiring therapy dog “Gracie”

KATY (July 28, 2016) – Employees, physicians, and volunteers from Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital came together yesterday for a special farewell ceremony to wish the hospital’s first therapy dog, … more

Jim Pursley Buys into Cliff Jones

Pursley more

Rep. Schubert tours Texas–Mexico border

State Rep. Leighton Schubert recently traveled to the McAllen area to tour the Texas-Mexico border and was briefed by Texas Department of Public Safety officials. During the 2015 legislative … more

Blinn students visit state Capitol as part of Texas Community College Day

More than 30 Blinn students spoke with state lawmakers regarding the value of community colleges. More than 30 Blinn College students spoke with state legislators Tuesday as part of Texas … more

Wallis Lions Club makes toy donation

The Wallis Police Department is holding their annual Kids, Cops, and Christmas event. The Wallis Lions Club made a generous donation to the police department. Any donations are appreciated and can be … more

Fantasy of Lights contest

Miss Fantasy — Victoria Sosa won a $1,000 scholarship sponsored by Sealy Community Foundation; 1st runner up and Miss Congeniality — Kelsye Craft won a $500 scholarship sponsored by Lifebridge … more

Memorial Hermann Earns top recognition by U.S. News & World Report

TIRR Memorial Hermann Again Ranks as No. 2 in the Country For the second consecutive year, TIRR Memorial Hermann has ranked as the No. 2 rehabilitation hospital in the United States, according to … more

Selfie Elf

Sprinkles the Selfie Elf made his last appearance of the season at Citizens State Bank when he was found by (from the left) Callie Whatley, Hailey Svboda and Lauryn Necker. more

Inspiring young readers

Sealy ISD Superintendent Sheryl Moore reads to Donna Day’s fourth-grade class at Selman Intermediate School. more

Ryan Ford celebrates with ribbon cutting

Sealy Chamber of Commerce members join Ryan Ford dealership employees and management to celebrate the opening of their new building and membership into the chamber during a Jan. 24 ribbon cutting … more

Rep. Craddick proposes smartphone law

Rep. Tom Craddick more

Blinn sets legislative priorities in advance of the 85th Texas Legislative Session

Blinn seeks increased funding for community colleges to strengthen workforce training programs, keep student costs low In advance of the 85th Texas Legislative Session, Blinn College will ask … more

Selfie Elf

Sprinkles the Selfie Elf made his last appearance of the season at Citizens State Bank when he was found by (from the left) Callie Whatley, Hailey Svboda and Lauryn Necker. more
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