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Get your oldest, most worn out, stinkiest and nastiest sneaker ready for the Texas Odor-Eaters Rotten Sneaker Contest on Saturday, Oct. 5, at noon at the Austin County Fairgrounds. more
Hennessey Performance Engineering (HPE) is growing. more
With summer vacations coming to a close and preparations for back-to-school underway, it is important to safeguard your family’s health by having their immunizations up-to-date. more
Two weeks ago, the Sealy FFA Officer Team represented Sealy’s chapter at the Texas FFA State Convention held in Fort Worth. more
Austin County families took advantage of getting an A-plus jump on health at this year’s “Back to School Health Fair” which was sponsored by the Department of State Health Services and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service of Austin County. more
On July 18, three Austin County 4-Hers assisted County Extension Agent Michelle Wright with teaching and leading a food and nutrition educational program with several local youths at the Knox Memorial Library in Wallis. more
The Austin County Civic Chorale will enter its 35th season at the end of August. more
In the 125-year history of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band, there has been only one combined band commander hailing from Sealy. more
Austin County schools start going back August 15 so be sure your student is stocked up properly for their respective schools. more
Residents living on Grubbs Road north of Sealy are tired of the condition of the beat-up, patched-up, pothole-prone stretch of road. more
The passage of House Bill 3 by the Texas Legislature this year paved way for school finance reform and the impacts are being felt in the Sealy Independent School District. more
The Sealy ISD Board of Trustees adopted its annual goals for the 2019-20 school year at last Wednesday’s meeting. more
In a friendship forged in copper, representatives from Sealy and Austin County formally welcomed a contingent of officials from China-based Hailiang Copper Texas during a ceremony Tuesday afternoon at Liedertafel Hall. more
Three Sealy youth athletes traveled to J.B. Wells Arena in Gonzales to take on the Texas Youth Rodeo Association state finals last week, with one cowboy scoring high marks in team roping. more
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Preparing to go back to school is an adjustment for everyone in the family. more
The Katy Prairie Conservancy’s Native Plants Program received a $5,000 grant from Wells Fargo this month. more
According to a report by Texas Commission on Environmental Quality on-site sewage facilities, also known as septic systems, are the system of choice for approximately 20% of the new homes built in Texas. more
Owning agricultural land in Texas is certainly a privilege, and, as with any great privilege, comes great responsibility. more
The Blinn College District will celebrate an enrollment milestone with scholarships that will cover fall 2019 tuition and fees for one lucky student. more
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