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Funding to Develop Advanced Biofuels and Plant-Based Products

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is seeking applications for funding to help support the development of advanced biofuels, renewable … more

The Backyard Gardener- Composting

Let’s talk about taking out the trash! Some of you that know me may be saying “Oh no, where is he going with this one” but this week I want to talk to you about trash. We all have it, some of … 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

Texas Attorney General Responds to Fifth Circuit Ruling on Voter ID

Attorney General Ken Paxton released the following state­ment on today’s ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit on the Voter ID law: “It is imperative that the State … more

Confusion concerning Sealy Playtime

On March 2, 2011, Sealy Playtime Recreation gathered for the first time with an attendance of 31 seniors who would come, eat a meal and enjoy each other’s company. The program has continued to … more

Gamma Omega Chapter Holds Planning Meeting

The Gamma Omega Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International held their summer planning meeting June 29, 2016 in the Fellowship Hall of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Phillipsburg, Texas with … more

Houston gets $1.5 million to battle Zika

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will award $1.5 million to Houston to fight the Zika virus. The award is Houston’s share of about $60 million CDC is awarding to states, cities, … more

Texas adds over 170,000 new jobs

Texas has added an estimated 171,100 seasonally adjusted jobs over the past year with the addition of 7,200 nonfarm jobs in June. The state has added jobs in 14 of the last 15 months. Texas’ … more

Vesely Cemetery Historical Marker

On Wednesday, July 6th, the Vesely Cemetery Historical Marker was dedicated at the cemetery location on Buller Rd. In attendance were Josephine (Vesely) Bear, granddaughter of the cemetery founder, … more

Civil War reenactors prompt historical education

Welcome to the 11th Texas Dismounted Calvary, one of the fiercest and heavily engaged Texas military units during the American Civil War. In all, the 11th took part in more than 150 battles and … more

Vesely Cemetery Historical Marker

On Wednesday, July 6th, the Vesely Cemetery Historical Marker was dedicated at the cemetery location on Buller Rd. In attendance were Josephine (Vesely) Bear, granddaughter of the cemetery … more

Confusion concerning Sealy Playtime

About 30 people packed The Oaks Retirement Community’s commons on Friday to discuss rumors about Sealy Playtime Recreation being shut down. more

Bellville Bank in Top 200

First National Bank of Bellville made the list of the top twenty most secure banks for the second straight year according to the Top 200 Healthiest Banks in America. Depositaccounts.com website … more

Houston gets $1.5 million to battle Zika

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will award $1.5 million to Houston to fight the Zika virus. The award is Houston’s share of about $60 million CDC is awarding to states, cities, … more

Lee Sommerfeldt ’18 Awarded Two Scholarships

Lee Sommerfeldt, from Sealy, Texas, a junior at Washington and Lee University, has received a Bridging Scholarship for Study Abroad in Japan and a Morgan Stanley Scholarship. He will be studying at … more

Frontage road plans tied to residential anxieties

Sealy City Manager Larry Kuciemba received permission from city council to accept a deeded right-of-way from Town Park Center, LLC, the land developer on a future shopping strip, for the purpose of … more

Frontage road plans tied to residential anxieties

Construction work to add a slow-down lane at Exit 720 began at Hwy 36 and the Interstate 10 overpass about two months ago. The lane addition is part of the broader Interstate 10 Frontage Road … more

Civil War reenactors prompt historical education

The 11th Texas Dismounted Cavalry visited Tony’s Family Restaurant on July 7 for a historical introduction to the Austin County Republican Party on some of the lesser known facts of the American … more

The Backyard Gardener- Oak Tree issues

It’s been another hot week here in Austin County and I continue to receive calls from community members with oak tree problems. I have been visiting with our Staff Forester, Daniel Lewis, and here … more
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