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The Sealy High School marching band earned the highest score possible at last Tuesday’s UIL Regional marching contest at Waller High School. It was the first time since 2004 the band earned … more
Austin County Judge Tim Lapham had a lot to talk about in a short period of time Thursday during his annual State of the County address to the Sealy Chamber of Commerce. At the luncheon held at … more
The Sealy City Council was introduced to another proposed housing development during last Tuesday’s meeting held at the Hill Center. Developers of the proposed Cane Belt Estates presented … more
Due to rising numbers of COVID-19 cases in Austin County and across the state, the mask order that County Judge Tim Lapham rescinded four weeks ago may need to be put back into effect. Giving his … more
Bill Hobson cooked up a plan with Sealy ISD officials and after simmering for four years it was finally ready to serve students on Wednesday afternoon. The Tiger Café, a new state of the … more
Very reluctantly and knowing the potential consequences, members of the Sealy ISD Board of Trustees voted to cut the optional local homestead tax exemption from 20% to 10% in order to prevent having … more
Christmas came early for the students of Sealy ISD as a $2.8 million donation was made to the Sealy Scholarship Endowment Fund. “We didn’t know we were getting anything at all,” … more
Pictured here are the grand champions and the reserve champions in the various livestock categories at the Austin County Fair held in October. more
The Sealy City Council gave its OK for a very scaled back Fantasy of Lights celebration to take place the first weekend in December. The council held a special meeting Wednesday at 5 p.m. to … more
Holiday Hold’em Want to maintain or lose weight this holiday season? A community wellness program, Holiday Hold’em will begin soon. The free online challenge is designed to encourage … more
The surge in COVID-19 appears to have claimed another victim. This time the city is considering canceling part or all of Fantasy of Lights. A special meeting was called for Wednesday at 5 p.m. at … more
The lights are on a Constellation Field! Sugar Land Holiday Lights opened Nov. 20 and runs through Jan. 3. Sugar Land Holiday Lights features over 3.5 million lights throughout Constellation … more
Five teams from Sealy FFA advanced to the area level after placing in the top three at the Bluebonnet District Leadership Development Event on Saturday. Both the senior and junior chapter conducting … more
November has been set as the time for all Austin County landowners to participate in the soil testing campaign for this year’s hay meadows and pastureland. The Beef and Forage Committee of … more
The City of Sealy Health Inspector has inspected the following establishments for food preparation, kitchen cleanliness, and sanitary conditions: Oct. 26 – River Hills Seafood and Steak, … more
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) today announced that House Bill (HB) 1399 assisted in the closure of more than 250 unsolved criminal investigations during its first year of … more
With health and safety a top priority for millions of Texans, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) reminds motorists of one of the simplest and easiest precautions everyone can take to … more
A $20,000 grant from the Lower Colorado River Authority and City of Bellville will help the Austin County Museum Association preserve and enhance the historic former jail, now a museum that provides … more
Texas topped 1 million COVID-19 cases as some counties reimposed restrictions that had been loosened after this summer’s spike. Particularly hard-hit El Paso extended its temporary shutdown … more
The Sealy Community Foundation kicks off the holiday season with Sealy’s 34th Annual Fantasy of Lights festival Dec. 4-6. The weekend’s theme is displaying all that happened in 2020. … more
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