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The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is currently taking applications for the 2020 Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP). more
Property taxes on small acreages can now be lowered by keeping bees on the property. more
With only one race in Austin County for the primary elections on March 3, the Austin County Republican Party hosted a candidate’s forum Feb. 11 at the Hill Center in Sealy. more
The deadline to file for the May 2 city and school board elections closed on Friday with most incumbents running unopposed. more
The Sealy ISD is in violation of a code variance it received three years ago from the City of Sealy to allow for a gravel parking lot at T.J. Mills Stadium until the district can pave it over with asphalt or concrete. more
Get ready for a Dazzling Night of Stars Friday evening as the Sealy Chamber of Commerce holds its annual banquet. more
People engage the past in many ways, and Texans are a proud bunch when it comes to appreciating rich and compelling history. more
Court Our Lady of Faith No. 2607 at St. Mary’s in Frydek recently had a Fun Night by having an art painting party at the Studio Blend Gallery in Sealy. more
The Blinn College-Schulenburg Campus is hosting two star parties, including a Valentine’s night outing, at its Schaefer Observatory. more
The Blinn College District invites current and prospective students to apply for approximately $270,000 in endowed scholarships available for the 2020-21 academic year. more
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When the Texas Longhorns and Rice Owls meet at Reckling Park on Feb. 14 in Houston to open their 2020 baseball regular seasons there will be a pair of former Sealy Tiger teammates who will once again share the diamond, just while wearing different-colored uniforms. more
An arrest is not proof of guilt. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty. more
Last weekend, Sealy High School art students of all levels competed in the Regional Visual Art Scholastic Event in College Station and two artists punched their tickets to the state competition on April 24 and 25 at San Marcos High School. more
The long-awaited construction of an emergency medical service station in Sealy and the renovation of the sheriff’s office and county jail took a significant step forward Monday morning. more
A year after CHI St. Joseph Health System ended its contract with Bellville Hospital, the hospital has rebounded and is moving forward without the aid of a corporate giant to support it. more
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