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Police Blotter

The following call log was released by the Sealy Police Department for the time period of May 10, 2018 through May 17, 2018. Inclusion in the call log is not an implication of guilt. Officers … more

Austin County Jail passes inspection

Austin County Sheriff Jack Brandes presented information last week showing that the local jail is in compliance with state standards. The facility has been plagued with mold, prompting county … more

Boy Scouts take flight

A group of 22 Boy Scouts with Charlie Ribardo’s Troop No. 548 earned their aviation badges Saturday as they spent the day at Gloster Airport in the Brazos Country area of Austin County. Airport … more

Taking home with you

As the Future Farmers of America awards banquet for the 2017-2018 school year began to wind down last week, one of the final speeches was delivered by the group’s seniors. They recalled … more

Art awards presented

Friends of Attwater Prairie Chicken Refuge announced the following winners of the Student Festival Art Contest 2018. Awards were presented at Sealy Junior High on May 7. The contest was open to … more

Austin County prepares for hurricane season

AUSTIN – With the hurricane season less than one month away, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) urges all Texans to learn how to protect themselves and their families from hurricanes and … more

Going the distance

Standing in the front hall of Sealy High School, a school employee and two seniors struggle to find an anecdote that exemplifies who Sealy senior Tyrek McNeese is as an athlete, student and person. … more

NewsBits

Powder Puff Game Sealy High School senior girls will take on the juniors at the Powder Puff Football Game to be held at T.J. Mills Stadium on Wednesday, May 16. Game time is 7 p.m. Pre-sale … more

Woods, Waters and Wildlife

You might say my wife, Vicky, and I are easily entertained. Most May evenings at about dusk, we can be found sitting quietly on the back deck, staring across the narrow back yard at a tallow tree … more

Yard of the Month

The Garden Club of Sealy has selected the home of Miguel Sanchez, located at 1104 Frydek, No. 1, in Sealy as the May 2018 Yard of the Month. more

New company to manage city pool

The Sealy City Council is moving forward with a new company – Katy-based Aquatico Pool Management – to oversee the swimming pool in Cryan Park. The decision was made last week following a … more

Welcome aboard

Officer Terry Hall was sworn into the Sealy Police Department on May 9 by Mayor Janice Whitehead. more

Life lessons

Sealy High School Career and Technical Education (CTE) Business and Digital Media Students would like to say thank you to Visual Promotions. More than 75 students were invited to tour Sealy's Visual … more

SHS student council members attend state conference

Twelve members of the Sealy High School Student Council traveled to Arlington April 14-16 to attend the Texas Association of Student Councils Annual State Conference. There they joined nearly 5,000 … more

Sealy art students go for the gold

Sealy High School Art Club sponsor Brooke Trahan announced last week that students Khokdker Salim (10th grade) and Priscilla Barboza (12th grade) competed at the State Visual Arts Scholastics Event … more

Paralysis becomes a blessing in disguise

I came to know Christ at a young age and surrendered my life to Him as a young teenager. When I was a teenager God began stirring in me a real heart for children, especially those who were … more

Sealy City Council incumbents win

Sealy City Council members Jennifer Sullivan and Larry Koy will return for another three-year term, along with Chris Noack who ran unopposed. Noack garnered 373 votes, while Sullivan ousted … more

‘We are not walking away from the community’

The Irene La Blanc swimming pool in Cryan Park will open for the summer, beginning Saturday, May 26, from noon to 8 p.m. Applications, for counter help are currently being accepted by the city of … more

Riding for a cause

About 9,000 cyclists plus more than 3,000 volunteers rode through Austin County for the 34th Annual BP MS 150 Bike Ride. The two-day, 150-mile journey started in Houston and ended in Austin. The BP … more
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