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The adventure started when one of my dearest friends, Jan Knabe, contacted me on Feb. 25 and asked if I would be interested in feeding the film crew that would be on his property for three or four … more
On Feb. 13, 2017, the Extension Education Association of Austin County sponsored a soup, sandwich, and dessert meal in honor of the Austin County Commissioners Court and many of its community … more
Emily Alice Pulos Preibisch might be 100 years old, but she’s still got her quick wit and sense of humor. When complimented on her sparkly sequined blouse at her 100th birthday party on Sunday, … more
A map of Scranton Park where the City of Sealy has a portion of its playground and restroom facilities resting on Union Pacific Railroad property. more
Do you still need wrapping paper for your Christmas gifts? Don't buy the same old boring wrapping paper from the store. Come and get our custom designed wrapping paper from our coloring contest … more
During warm-weather months, fitness enthusiasts often take their exercise routines to the great outdoors. The spike in summer temperatures can make those tough workouts even more challenging.Even … more
A major change in the revision of “Texas Food Establishment Rules (TFER)” now requires all food employees to complete an accredited food handlers training program within 60 days of employment, … more
The Lord did not bless me with children of my own, but I am real quick to steal them from my friends. I play favorites. There is, in fact, such a thing as an ugly baby, people. And by the way, … more
The Austin County Fair Association is currently accepting scholarship applications. All applications listed below may be found on the Austin County Fair website; www.austincountyfair.com or in the … more
The Texas Municipal League suspects new state-imposed cap on property tax could affect local economies, transportation and infrastructure. Many road projects are taking place in and around Austin … more
The Heritage Society of Washington County will open its three historic homes for tours Sunday, April 9, 2018, from 1-4 p.m., hosted by Heritage Belles in period dress. On tour is the Giddings … more
There’s a lot of talk about fake news and a lot of criticism about how journalists are covering the current U.S. president. There’s debate over global warming and sexual harassment and foreign … more
Pictured from left to right: JoAnn Obenhaus, Renee Kofman,Ed Eargle, Garry Kroeger, Faye Beery, Harold Pieratt, Danette Tollette and Nita Tieman. more
The following is a question-and-answer exchange with best-selling author Michael Finkel, whose books “True Story: Murder, Memoir, Mea Culpa” and “The Stranger in the Woods: The Extraordinary … more
Ever since I can remember, food has been my answer to just about everything. Celebrating a victory? Out to dinner! Drowning in the sorrows of a terrible horrible no good very bad day? Ice cream - … more
The start of each school year brings new routines for families to adjust to, which can leave little to no time to think about dinner. With the right ingredients, however, it’s still possible to … more
AUSTIN –Following a dramatic increase in the reported number of cases of teacher misconduct in Texas, Senator Paul Bettencourt (R-Houston) today filed Senate Bill 7 to strengthen and enhance … more
The Sealy News’ own Susan Walker was among the judges who selected Dontay Holmes as Bellville High School’s 2018 Mr. Debonair on Saturday. ‘Not only were my fellow judges Johnetta Labba, left, … more
The First United Methodist Church received the 2016 Community Partner Award from Woodmen Chapter 105 of Sealy. The award is presented yearly to an organization that the Woodmen believe gives back … more
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