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Teacher of the Month: Jane Hoskins

Sealy High School Student Council would like to recognize Ms. Jane Hoskins as the March Teacher of the Month.  Hoskins has been in education for 23 years, 8 of those at Sealy High School where she … more

San Felipe UMC celebrates 77th Easter Sunrise Service

San Felipe United Methodist Church will be holding its 77th Easter Sunrise Service on April 16, 2017 at 7 a.m. The service will take place at the Stephen F. Austin Historical Park in front of the … more

Shorthorn Association welcomes new members

Tiffany Craft has become a member of the Texas Shorthorn Association. The Texas Shorthorn Association has been promoting the red, white or roan colored English breed of beef cattle since the early … more

Houston Cook Off

Sealy News publisher Karen Lopez’s husband Eddie participated in the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Cook Off in Houston on March 3 and 4. Eddie secured 13th in his brisket out of more than 100 … more

Spring Fest begins April 8

Old school automobiles roll down Main Street toward Liedertafel at the 2016 Spring Picnic hosted by the Sealy Historical Society. more

Youth takes part in Austin County Roundup

The 2017 Austin County Roundup was held on Tuesday, March 7, 2017, in Bellville, Texas at O’Bryant Intermediate School. Ninety-two 4-Hers and family supporters came out to cheer on the youth … more

Austin County 4-H participates in archery competition

Recently, four Austin County 4-hers (Emma Adams, Cody Michalik, Parker Dees and Wegner Voekel) participated in an archery tournament in Madisonville, Texas, under the leadership and guidance of Dean … more

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Time to push back hard against North Korea

Most of time, North Korea is a minor international irritant: a regime that throws public temper tantrums and makes outlandish claims and accusations. However, in recent weeks the world was reminded … more

Brand new grandson

Sealy News publisher Karen Lopez and husband Eddie celebrated the birth of their third grandson, Weston, on March 8. Weston weighed in at 6 pounds and 3 ounces and 19.5 inches long. Parents, Amy and … more

Agriculture damages from wildfire estimated at $21 million

AMARILLO – Early estimates of agricultural losses due to the recent wildfires are $21 million, but that could change as producers make final reports of their actual damages in the coming weeks, … more

LGBTQ community demands equality at state capitol

AUSTIN — A diverse coalition of LGBTQ equality, civil rights and religious freedom groups gathered with grassroots advocates at the Capitol Monday to demand state lawmakers focus their efforts on … more

Agriculture damages from wildfire estimated at $21 million

Lost grazing on burned out grass, replacement fences and damaged stock facilities all add up in the economic losses. more

Four incumbent Bluebonnet directors re-elected to board

Bastrop – Four Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative directors up for election this year were unopposed in their respective races and, in accordance with the co-op’s bylaws, were elected by general … more

Cotton pathologist pursues a mystery

Cotton seedlings are inoculated by scratching an “x” on the underside of a leaf with a toothpick. more

Schubert on school funding proposal

AUSTIN– State Representative Leighton Schubert (R-Caldwell) issued the following statement on the $1.6 billion school funding plan announced by State Representative Dan Huberty, who chairs the … more

Austin County Go Texan team takes runner-up

Austin County Go Texan team Clint Will, Brent Jackson and Tray Moses take the Runner-up GO TEXAN Best Bar-B-Que award at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo World’s Championship Bar-B-Que Contest … more

Rising fuel prices could mean higher costs for producers, consumers

COLLEGE STATION – Rising fuel prices could mean higher costs for producers and eventually consumers, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service economist. Dr. Mark Welch, College Station, said … more

Mother speaks out to save lives after losing college-age daughter to drunk driver

During Spring Break, ‘Plan While You Can’ campaign aims to reduce crashes, save lives AUSTIN – Janakae Sargent was a good friend. So much so, that as a 20-year-old student at Texas Tech, … more

WoodmenLife celebrates President's Day

WoodmenLife Chapter 105 members commemorate Presidents' Day by handling out small U.S. flags and presidential rulers to those in attendance at Senior Playtime at the Hill Center. Sales rep. Patricia … more
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