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Tigers partner with Panthers

Sealy Independent School District will soon begin a relationship with nearby Prairie View A&M University that affords students with scholarship opportunities and automatic enrollment. Sealy High … more

Sealy ISD desires winning on, off the field

School officials are hoping changes in the athletic program will change the culture inside and outside of classrooms, and keep the stands packed in the upcoming football season. more

City to lease railroad property

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

Austin County Fair scholarships now available

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

Blinn students visit state Capitol as part of Texas Community College Day

More than 30 Blinn students spoke with state lawmakers regarding the value of community colleges. More than 30 Blinn College students spoke with state legislators Tuesday as part of Texas … more

Ryan Ford celebrates with ribbon cutting

Sealy Chamber of Commerce members join Ryan Ford dealership employees and management to celebrate the opening of their new building and membership into the chamber during a Jan. 24 ribbon cutting … more

Senator Kolkhorst introduces legislative package to protect private property rights

AUSTIN - Senator Lois W. Kolkhorst (R-Brenham) has introduced a new legislative package to give landowners new tools and safeguards to protect their land from eminent domain abuse. "All of our … more

City to lease railroad property

During the Jan. 31 Sealy City Council meeting, council approved a resolution authorizing the city manager to execute an agreement between the city and Union Pacific Railroad. A portion of land at … more

Ryan Ford celebrates with ribbon cutting

Sealy Chamber of Commerce members join Ryan Ford dealership employees and management to celebrate the opening of their new building and membership into the chamber during a Jan. 24 ribbon cutting … more

One month to apply for SBA disaster loans

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — District Director Tim Jeffcoat of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Houston District Office, today reminded Texas small businesses of the March 11, 2017, … more

Blinn sees slight enrollment dip for Spring 2017 semester

Despite overall decline, registration increases for Blinn’s Brenham, Schulenburg, dual credit, and online courses. Blinn College enrolled 17,744 students for the Spring 2017 semester, down 0.5 … more

Wildfire dangers increase with high winds

Conditions are right for wildfires across much of the state. more

Pastor Karen Wilhelm joins St. John Lutheran in Wallis

Pastor Karen Wilhelm more

Wildfire dangers increase with high winds

AMARILLO – High winds and drying grass and brush should prompt homeowners and landowners alike to take time to prepare before wildfires spark across the state, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension … more

Faith Academy competes in ACSI Spelling Bee

Junior high participants (left to right): Madison Graham (Hempstead), Eric Carlin (New Ulm), and Meadow Singleton (Bellville). more

Blinn cheer, dance, band students participate in SB LI Halftime Show

Blinn supplied more student performers for the show than any other area college. Students from Blinn College’s cheer, dance, and band programs performed alongside Lady Gaga during the Super Bowl … more

Sam Houston State University announces Fall 2016 Dean's List

HUNTSVILLE, Texas — The students listed on the Dean's List of Academic Honors at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas, are undergraduates who have achieved a grade point average of at … more

Area students selected as Texas All-State musicians

William Mock and Blake Weber, Sealy High School Choir members, were chosen as Texas All-State Choir representatives and will perform Saturday at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San … more

Decision-making process of viruses may lead to new treatments

The lambda phage prefers to destroy E. coli bacteria, which makes it a prime target for researchers. Dr. Lanying Zeng, left, and her graduate student Jimmy Trinh developed a four-color fluorescence … more
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