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The Texans have had about a week of training camp, but coach Bill O’Brien has made one thing especially clear. more
The Sealy Pregnancy Resource Center is holding a fundraising lunch from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Oct. 20 at the drive-thru behind the Knights of Columbus Hall, 1390 Highway 90 West. more
County commissioners last week approved an outdoor burn ban and discussed the sheriff’s department budget. The burn ban is effective until further notice from commissioners. According to the … more
“Sarcophagus” takes place in Moscow in 1986 and is a firsthand account of what happened in the research hospital where the victims of the Chernobyl explosion were sent. more
Receipts – 660 compared to 703 last week more
Members of the Sealy High School Interact Club participated in Sealy’s Keep Texas Beautiful Fall Sweep clean-up day on Nov. 2. more
With the coronavirus’s sweeping arm shutting down all athletic competitions, it was exceptionally devastating to former Sealy High School and Sam Houston State jumper Tristyn Allen, who said she trained the hardest she ever had leading up to this outdoor season for the Northern Illinois Huskies and coach Connie Teaberry as a graduate transfer. more
Zach Hood, a rising senior at Bellville High School, was involved in a fatal accident Sunday night, his family announced. He was 18 years old. more
Representatives from the Katy Prairie Conservancy and Bass Pro Shops gathered together to celebrate a new partnership to restore and enhance the Katy Prairie Conservancy’s protected lands. more
On Nov. 22, free diabetes screenings will be held at the Bellville Medical Center from 7-11 a.m. The event is sponsored by the Bellville Lions Club, Bellville Medical Center and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service of Austin County. more
The Town of San Felipe canceled its May 2 election because there are only three candidates for the three open seats on the town council. more
The 93rd Austin County Fair and Rodeo is set for Oct. 2 to 11 in Bellville, starting with the barbecue contest and ending with Whiskey Meyers on the main stage. more
A mid-level, low-pressure system clearly noted in radar data from Houston and Corpus Christi continues to spin over the NW Gulf of Mexico about 150 miles south of Palacios. more
A hot, nutritious meal is served Monday through Friday at HOA – Meals on Wheels at 915 Frydek Road for Austin County citizens 60 and over. Games and companionship are the extras in an air-conditioned building. more
Two incumbent San Felipe alderpersons whose applications for re-election were rejected by City Secretary/Election Official Sue Foley claim her treatment of them demonstrates a pattern of discrimination against them. more
Since becoming the first person to have a confirmed test of COVID-19 in Austin County, Sealy’s Amy Jett has become one of the biggest supporters of others going through the process and recently donated plasma to aid three infected people. more
Brazos High School was among the schools in the University Interscholastic League returning to limited, socially distanced strength and conditioning and sport-specific activities last Monday. more
“My heart rejoices with everything God has done, not just for me but for everyone,” Scott Heitshusen said in a recent sermon at LifeBridge Community Church in Sealy. In just a few short … more
With 2019 well underway, let me start by saying the state of the city is both resilient and strong. In 2017, we experienced two highly impacting weather episodes, through both the microburst and … more
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