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Somebody asked me how I could live in Texas during a summer with 32 days of 100-degree weather. I answered, “By looking forward to fall.” And now it’s fall. The weather guys say autumn … more
Selena Yvonne Arndt of Bellville, Texas, daughter of Brian and Yvonne Arndt of Houston, Texas, and Baron Wayne Hanzel of Bellville, Texas, son of Kenneth and Joyce Hanzel of Moulton, Texas are … more
When the school year got started about a month ago, I came up with a short set of five goals for myself to help kick the year off right, and I thought it might be fun to check in and see how … more
The school year should be filled with playing, learning and growing, but for many children who face hunger, even basic staples like milk are missing. According to experts, one out of two kids ages 9 … more
Congratulations to U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Austin A. Leedy on his promotion. more
I sat next to a stranger at a sportsmen’s club luncheon last week. I asked my tablemate if he was a hunter. He readily admitted he was, but then qualified it. “I’m not a deer hunter,” he … more
Last week I shared about the little puppy we began fostering, Maggie. At the time, we didn’t know whether or not we would simply be her foster family ... or her forever family. Well, a lot can … more
Sealy ISD is in the inaugural year of a two-way dual language immersion program. Mrs. Rosa's Kindergarten class in on its way to becoming bilingual, biliterate and bicultural. more
Janis Mueller and Sandra Schwenke presented a program on finishing quilts at the Bluebonnet Area Quilt Guild’s August meeting. The Bluebonnet Area Quilt Guild of Bellville members were treated … more
Tom Knapp, president of WoodmanLife Chapter 105 and Alton and Lynn Ehler, WoodmanLife Chapter 105 members, presented a U.S. flag and a Texas flag to be flown at the new Sealy Elementary School. … more
The leaders of the Bellville CBS class invite guests to attend Visitors Day at Bellville United Methodist Church on Sept. 13 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Anyone interested in learning more about CBS is … more
Fall is notorious for comfort foods like pumpkin spice lattes and game day nachos. Combine these tempting seasonal staples with darker, shorter days and it can be hard to maintain an active mindset. … more
Those who know me, even if only a little, know two things about me: One, I have three young children who I adore, and two, I love my dogs. Many moons ago, before my husband and I had actual human … more
Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller was reportedly found dead at his home Friday after an apparent overdose. more
Extension Education Association of Austin County, a direct part of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, sponsored a cultural arts opportunity for its members and friends to paint the summer heat … more
Tom and Billie Jean Nichols of Sealy recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. They were married on Sunday, Aug. 17, at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Bellville. Tom retired from … more
With more than 34 million mourning doves in Texas, 10 million white-winged doves, and perhaps another three million unregulated Eurasian collared doves, there are plenty of doves here this week to … 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
Most parents know the first few weeks of school season and new daily routines can be hectic. From stocking up on school supplies to finishing up homework, there’s few unused minutes in the … more
Aretha Franklin, known as the Queen of Soul, died Thursday, Aug. 16, at the age of 76. A family statement noted that her official cause of death was advanced pancreatic cancer. The singer won … more
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