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After school board officials agreed to not meet in December due to the holidays, the board room in the Sealy ISD Administration building was home once again to a school board meeting with plenty to catch up on. more
After years of slow growth, Sealy’s housing market is suddenly taking off. more
When Austin County Emergency Medical Service Director Walter Morrow was hired last May, he was given a $100,000 annual salary, which was $20,000 more than what the commissioners had budgeted the position for in April. more
The orders represent some of the most stringent measures local officials in Texas have taken so far to address the colossal public health crisis. more
While many county leaders were grateful that Texas deployed coronavirus testing resources in their communities, others complained of a chaotic planning process and test results delayed for weeks. more
Sealy will now start assessing impact fees on new development, essentially requiring developers to pay for water and wastewater hook-ups. The unanimous decision was made Dec. 12 following a … more
The Sealy Police Department is holding its annual Kid Fish event from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, May 18, at B&PW Park in Sealy. more
Each year, Independence Day explodes with festive fireworks, tasty backyard-barbecues, and American pride. more
I must have been a good boy this year, although I don’t list my wife as a reference. more
Nonprofits and government agencies are providing resources like free meals, Wi-Fi hotspots and low-interest loans for Texans affected by COVID-19. They’re also looking for people to help by volunteering or making donations. more
What was it that made current Sealy ISD Superintendent Sheryl Moore decide she was ready to retire from education after 35 years, creating what she calls “the best job available in the state of Texas”? more
Moving local elections because of the pandemic might seem unremarkable. But it gives voters a rare chance to instantly grade elected officials' handling of a pandemic and a bad economy, as well as their response to cases of police brutality. more
The Sealy Garden Club has selected the home of Jeanette and Charlie Svoboda, located at 621 Westview Terrace Circle in Sealy, as the December 2018 Yard of the Month. more
Receipts – 680 compared to 933 last week more
On Thursday, June 20, 20 local law enforcement officers participated in an educational outreach effort entitled “Operation Safe Kids/Drug and Alcohol Trends.” more
It is OK everyone, breathe – it is here again; the beginning of a New Year and countless resolutions to lose weight. more
Monday's biggest developments: Jeff David County commissioner says tourists should stay home, Trump administration postpones "remain in Mexico" hearings and hospital trade group asks local governments to impost shelter-in-place order. more
The pre-school classes from Faith Academy have been learning all about sharing and giving. In that spirit, they decided to share with some friends in the community. They baked cookies and delivered … more
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