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Wallis Christmas Parade

The annual Wallis Christmas parade cruised through downtown on Dec. 17. The parade proceeded to the Wallis American Legion Hall, where Santa handed out treats to everyone. This year’s parade … more

Council agrees to utility project for Town Park Center

In an effort to move forward with the Town Park Center project, Sealy’s City Council approved a measure for the city to proceed with the utility easement for the project but not without discussing … more

Sheriff Report

The Austin County Sheriff’s Office released a report of arrests and bookings for the period of June 3-June 16. Inclusion in the report does not implicate guilt of any crime.Ciera Mona Cloud was … more

Pet(s) of the Week

If you said the word “throwaway”, we’d bet something as cute as we are wouldn’t be the first thing you’d think of! We are Candi and Mandi, two precious little girls who were dumped and left … more

Police department promotes officers

Jay Reeves is sworn in by Mayor Mark Stolarski to fill the newly created position of assistant chief for the Sealy Police Department after his promotion from captain at a ceremony Feb. 9 at City … more

AgriLife beef program coming to Brenham

A Beef 706 program, the first of three, will be held Jan. 19 in Brenham. more

Memorial Hermann Katy recognized for stroke care

Strokes afflict a new patient every 40 seconds and lead to one death every four minutes.  The American Heart Association and American Stroke Association recently recognized Memorial Hermann Katy … more

Sealy elects council member

Sealy native Chris Noack, a software developer for Houston-based Quanta Services, garnered more than 50 percent of the vote during a special election Saturday night for the Place 2 city council … more

‘The Voice’ winner to headline Summer Music Fest

A lot of people were surprised when Montgomery County native Sundance Head was handed the trophy after winning the NBC Emmy-winning singing competition The Voice in December 2016. One of those … more

SHS CTE students network with industry leaders

Staphany Lozano, Kennedy Rhoades and Shawna McDaniel, Sealy High School CTE students, recently attended the Women In Industry Conference in League City in an attempt to foster future business … more

Tigers partner with Panthers

Sealy Independent School District will soon begin a relationship with nearby Prairie View A&M University that affords students with scholarship opportunities and automatic enrollment. Sealy High … more

Troupes, entertainment coming to Sealy

Combine a love of teaching and theatre, and the will to start a new business, and one will find a Texas Theatre Company that is looking to spread that love of theatre to new customers in … more

Meat from animals critical for good health, development

COLLEGE STATION – A 14 percent decline in U.S. consumer meat consumption over the past decade has caused alarm with one Texas A&M AgriLife scientist who warns the effects could be dire for overall … more

News Bits

Rotary Club of Sealy The Rotary Club of Sealy meets every Tuesday at noon at Maribelli’s Italian Restaurant, its new location. On Oct. 25, Cari Hensley from TxDOT will be the guest speaker. … more

Attorney General E-mail Scams

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today warned Texans of suspicious e-mails con­taining malicious soft­ware seemingly coming from the Office of the Attorney General (OAG). The e-mail claims to come … more

Sealy farmer's market opens for second time

The Sealy Farmers’ Market celebrated its second event Saturday, June 11. A number of customers were taking in the event, purchasing a number of things including baked goods, jewelry, meats, jellies … more

State drops any claims of ownership to Alamo library items

The Texas General Land Office recently dropped attempts to claim ownership of 38,000 items in the Alamo library collection, a battle the GLO has been waging with the Daughters of the Republic of … more

Friends of San Felipe de Austin site is calling on volunteers

On Texas Independence Day, March 2, the San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site will host a history fair for area fourth grade students. This year marks the 180th anniversary of Texas … more

Blinn graduate defies odds in pursuit of education

With only “hey” and “goodbye” in her English repertoire, Katerin Meza set out for America at age 16 to chase an enduring dream. Dizzy with nervousness and excitement, Meza left her beloved … more

Solar power farm coming to Austin County

(Correction: In the Dec. 31 article, “Solar power farm coming to Austin County,” CenterPoint Energy was improperly cited as a partner with Harvest Moon to construct a solar power farm. The power … more
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