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2015-2016 Sealy High School Honor Roll

SEMESTER 29th GradeALL A’sAlan Anderson, Danielle Bersche, Krystal Cash, Nicholas Castro, Joseph Cevallos, Kendall Dornak, Rachel Faldyn, Faith Haugen, Hunter Havel, Meghan Hein, Jennifer Ihlo, … more

Annual summer retreat was held in Bellville

We held our annual summer retreat the week of July 18th at St. John Lutheran Church in Bellville. A total of 28 attended, some everyday and some one - three days. The facility was wonderful and we … more

Sealy Choir students advance to state

Ten Sealy Choir students recently advanced to state level competition and will compete in May during Memorial Day weekend among 10,000 high school musicians. Pictured from left to right: Leah Mlcak, … more

State remembers Father of Texas

Texas residents will honor Stephen F. Austin Nov. 3 as Father of Texas Day is celebrated throughout the state. Numerous places are named after him such as the capital of Texas and Austin … more

Dupont named Sealy teacher of the month

Matt Dupont more

W.E. Hill Center donation

The City of Sealy received two donations from nonprofit organizations in appreciation for the use of the W.E. Hill Community Center for meetings. Pictured are Mayor Mark Stolarski, Bennie Stolarski … more

Austin County, Houston Area 100 clubs merge

President Bubba Buttera, Executive Director Rick Hartley and local President Steve Lackey. more

Blinn College launches new surgical technology program

At 11 a.m. Tuesday, Blinn College announced its intent to launch a one-year surgical technology program, based at its Health Science Center in Bryan, that will help to meet workforce demand in the … 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

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

Sealy Little League prepares for season

On Feb. 14, Greater Sealy Little League held its board meeting at Maribelli’s Restaurant with 12 of the 16 members present. The treasurer reported that several more scholarships had been funded. … more

Golf tournament raises money for Faith Academy

The first place team from left to right: Honeycutt Air Conditioning: Spencer Honeycutt, Steve Honeycutt, Phillip Krampitz and Chris Krupala. more

Teachers association donates 590 books

The Austin County Retired Teachers Association (ACRTA) donated 590 books at the end of this school year through its Children’s Book Project. This is a service activity carried out by local units of … more

Economic impact of horses studied

Texas horse owners are invited to participate in a study of the Texas equine industry. “The purpose of this study is to gather information about respondents’ horses and facilities, … more

QuickBooks course at Blinn

The Blinn College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) will host basic and advanced QuickBooks courses in January to teach small business owners to get the most from their accounting … more

Victim found dead of apparent suicide

Sealy Police and Austin County EMS responded to the Rooms For Rent Motel at 207 N. Meyer St. in Sealy just before 8 p.m. March 2 and found a 22-year-old male dead from a gunshot wound in an apparent … more

Josh West

"a new tooth" more

TxDOT urges drivers to plan for a sober ride leading up to Labor Day holiday

‘Plan While You Can’ Campaign aims to reduce crashes, save lives during holiday weekend AUSTIN — As celebrations are finalized to mark the last days of summer, the Texas Department of … more

AL&M Building Supply hands out bi-annual awards

Carol Fallin, along with her husband Clarence, receive a $500 shopping giveaway from AL&M Building Supply as part of the company’s bi-annual award. more

H-GAC launches Regional Building Inventory interactive app

Interested in learning more about the region’s construction patterns and trends over the past 30 years? The Houston-Galveston Area Council’s new interactive web application, the Regional Building … more
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