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Sealy Police Officer Eric Bryant is back on the job with his K-9 partner just days after a man was convicted for making an attempt on his life six years ago. The decision to return to active duty … more
The Garden Club of Sealy has selected the home of Sheila Koy, located at 618 Main Street in Sealy as the November 2018 Yard of the month. more
The Sealy City Council last week unanimously agreed to move forward with a rainage project on Westview Terrace, which involves removing trees in the neighborhood. Assistant City Manager Warren … more
From left, second-graders Kinsley Koy, Lauren Burton, Serenity Davis, Khyra Cervantes and Anzia Heslep-Colon talk about their Thanksgiving blessings. For more on what our local kiddos are thankful … more
Students at Faith Academy of Bellville recognized Veterans Day with a special chapel ceremony. The Bellville Veterans of Foreign Wars presented the colors, and pre-kindergarten students led the … more
BROWNWOOD — 4-H members in grades 7-12 and adult leaders can hone their leadership skills at the Teen Leadership Retreat from Jan. 4-6 at the Texas 4-H Conference Center near Brownwood, the program … more
SAN FELIPE — Living history programs, authors/speakers, a new museum facility and great weather combined to make for a fun day of history and remembrance. More than 400 attendees came out to help … more
Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) has named Robert Fait of Sealy a Melvin Jones Fellow in recognition of his commitment to serving the world community. Named for the founder of Lions Clubs … more
When shots were fired at Sealy Police Officer Eric Bryant through the windshield of his patrol car, he had shards of glass in his eyes and didn’t know if he’d been hit by a bullet. It wasn’t … more
There was a lot of “oorah,” Semper Fi, hugs, laughter and cake. The annual Marine Corps birthday party – held Saturday at The Shepherd’s Way Church in Sealy – celebrated more than 200 … more
Unity Day, the signature event of National Bullying Prevention Month, has been recognized in the United States since 2011. To participate in Unity Day, which was held on Oct. 24 at Sealy High School, … more
Austin County voters narrowly approved a $17 million bond issue to build a new justice center and emergency services facility in Bellville. Election results were issued late Tuesday night, … more
Austin County voters broke records during the mid-term elections that ended up deciding the Texas governor, state representatives, U.S. representatives, Court of Appeals justices and more on Tuesday. … more
Within minutes of a county-wide tornado watch being issued and a downpour complete with thunder and lightning, the sky cleared, the sun came out and Mother Nature made way for a successful Boo Bash … more
Jurors were named Monday to decide the fate of Travis O'Neal Bluntson, a 37-year-old man accused of trying to murder Sealy Police Department Officer Eric Bryant in 2012. Bluntson appeared in … more
After 11 years, there will be a new nameplate on the Chief Financial Officer’s office in Sealy ISD. At the latest school board meeting, it was approved that after Jim Obermeier finishes his term … more
If a commonly used metaphor compares obvious things to “like ducks take to water,” this ought to be a successful waterfowl season in Texas. The state has abundant water for ducks this year in … more
"Rachel’s Challenge is a presentation/program that exists to equip and inspire individuals to replace acts of violence, bullying, and negativity with acts of respect, kindness, and compassion. … more
The Bluebonnet Master Gardener Association (BMGA) is grateful for the cool, wet fall. Members in all four counties - Austin, Colorado, Fayette and Washington - are very busy! The Association took … more
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