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Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agents and specialists across the state have received numerous inquiries about industrial hemp. more
Recently, Courtney and Kelly Litvak of Katy joined U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas) and Ivanka Trump, advisor to the President, to discuss the prevalence of human trafficking in local communities and how to improve the way the country combats the crime and takes care of survivors. more
An Austin County jury convicted Irby Allison, 64, of felony driving while intoxicated in Judge Jeff Steinhauser’s 155th Judicial District Court on Nov. 8. more
Catalytic converter stolen and theft of property. more
An arrest is not proof of guilt. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty. more
The election filing period opened Nov. 9 in Austin County and so far Sheriff Jack Brandes, Precinct 4 Commissioner Chip Reed, Precinct 4 Constable James Clark, Precinct 2 Constable Dave Schulz, and Tax Assessor/Collector Kim Rinn have all field for re-election. more
The countdown is on to the 33rd annual Fantasy of Lights. more
After spending nearly 30 minutes in a public hearing followed by a discussion about possibly changing herbicide application regulations. more
Sealy is starting to grow rapidly, and the growing pains were evident at the Nov. 19 city council meeting. more
Although it has still not been confirmed, Sealy ISD issued a warning statement to parents that a possible case of bacterial meningitis was discovered in a student. more
The November meeting of the Sealy Independent School District Board of Trustees last Wednesday night started with the district’s chief financial officer, Lisa Svoboda, presenting a report from the School Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas, or FIRST. more
Although the original inhabitants of San Felipe were born before photography was invented, photographs of 75 of them now adorn the walls of the temporary exhibit hall at the San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site and Museum. more
The Sealy Community Foundation kicks off the holiday season with Sealy’s 33rd Annual Fantasy of Lights festival Dec. 6-7. more
A delegation of Sealy officials recently returned from a 12-day economic development trip to China and reported that it far exceeded their expectations. more
It’s one moment in time. more
Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush announced the Texas General Land Office (GLO) approved nearly $17 million in Hurricane Harvey funds for Austin, Grimes, Liberty and Wharton counties, as well as Texas City and the city of Victoria to conduct buyout programs for homes located in a floodplain or repetitive flood areas. more
Even those who have registered for federal assistance because they suffered damage from Hurricane Harvey can register for assistance if affected by Tropical Storm Imelda. more
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