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PUPS World Spay Day effort huge success

Prevent Unwanted Pets is pleased to announce that the zero cost spay/neuter surgery offered during the month of February in honor of World Spay Day has served many pets in local communities. PUPS … more

Steinhausers donate forklift to fire department

The Steinhausers donated a forklift to the Sealy Volunteer Fire Department on Friday, March 4. Sealy Fire Chief Eric Zapalac plans to use the forklift around the station for tasks such as bay … more

Pet Talk: Parrots as Pets

Parrots are unique, complex, and entertaining birds. They are smart, can learn tricks, and provide excellent companionship for some people. Parrots have become increasingly popular as pets in the … 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

Rep. Schubert tours Texas–Mexico border

State Rep. Leighton Schubert recently traveled to the McAllen area to tour the Texas-Mexico border and was briefed by Texas Department of Public Safety officials. During the 2015 legislative … more

Blinn EMS Program to showcase emergency response career opportunities

Blinn College’s Emergency Medical Services Program will introduce prospective students to a world of exciting career opportunities during three upcoming information sessions.Blinn will host … more

Get organized to avoid tax scams

With tax season here, individuals should take time to organize information for their return, plus be alert to income tax-related scams, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert.“The IRS … more

Economic impact of horses studied

Texas horse owners are invited to participate in a study of the Texas equine industry. more

Pet of the Week

“A picture is worth a thousand words”!!! So just take a look at these two! They should tell you immediately that I am playful, petite, pretty, and precious!! My name is Lady, and I am a Red … more

TxDot urges: Plan for a sober ride

‘Plan While You Can’ campaign aims to reduce crashes, save lives during Spring Break During Spring Break 2015, there were 459 crashes in Texas involving young drivers (17-34 years of … more

Conference provides management advice, weather outlook

Too much rain or too little can affect drylot dairies that offer shade for the cows but also open corral areas. more

Child care training offered April 16 in Lubbock

Professional child care training will be offered April 16 during “Inclusive Child Care for Preschool and School-Aged Children,” a collaborative effort among the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension … more

Blinn College Alumni & Friends host 2016 Clay Shootout

The Blinn College Alumni & Friends and the Buccaneer Alumni Lettermen associations will host the 2016 Blinn College Clay Shootout on Friday, April 1, to raise money for academic scholarships and … more

Conference provides management advice, weather outlook

Water is a continuous concern for dairy producers, whether used for cows or crops, and management information was shared with those attending the recent High Plains Dairy Conference in … more

Texas Comptroller: Launch Government Transparency program

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced today the launch of the Comptroller’s Transparency Stars program, which commends local governments that achieve specific transparency goals. The agency will … more

‘David’s Law’ would punish cyberbullies

Texas A&M University economics student Chris Molak is pushing for state legislative action against cyberbullying in the wake of his brother’s suicide, which the family attributes to relentless … more

TxDOT targets congestion problems in major cities

On average, Texas drivers in five of the state’s largest metropolitan areas each are losing about 52 hours and $1,200 annually due to traffic congestion. Upon approval by the Texas … more

St. Paul’s presents series on Station of the Cross

Maxine Cates, St. Paul's office manager, portrayed Caiaphas' maid servant, and the Rev. Scott Stallings, St. Paul's visitations pastor, portrayed Caiaphas for the second presentation of the series … more

Sealy High School honor roll

2015-2016 Sealy High School honor roll Semester 1 9th Grade All A’s Alan Anderson, Brett Ballard, Danielle Bersche, Raul Calzadillas, Krystal Cash, Joseph Cevallos, Diari Dabney, … more

St. Paul’s presents series on Station of the Cross

On Feb. 17, Maxine Cates, St. Paul's office manager, portrayed Caiaphas' maid servant, and the Rev. Scott Stallings, St. Paul's visitations pastor, portrayed Caiaphas for the second presentation of … more
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