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Yoga pants vs. pants pants – the mom debate

The other day I was walking through the mall with my 3-year-old daughter when she stopped dead in her tracks and said, “Mommy! What is THAT?!?” I looked around thinking maybe she had a random … more

AgriLife Extension to offer Grass Grazing and Animal Management School in Pampa

PAMPA – The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will offer an 11-month Grass Grazing and Animal Management School beginning Feb. 5 in Pampa. The school will meet from 1-5 p.m. the first Monday … more

Agriculture damages from wildfire estimated at $21 million

Lost grazing on burned out grass, replacement fences and damaged stock facilities all add up in the economic losses. more

Interact to challenge students, improve lives

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Sealy Fire Department urges residents to purchase Knox Box

Sealy Volunteer Fire Department Captain Randy Otswald demonstrates how easy it is to install the Knox Box onto doors. more

Federal Court stops enforcement of Obama public schools bathroom directive

AUSTIN – Late Monday, U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor’s issued a nationwide injunction prohibiting the Obama administration from enforcing its bathroom directives against public schools … more

Girls state, boys state participants honored

Three girls, Rylee Novicke, Reagan Lamp and Katherine Ford, represented Sealy High School at the 2016 Bluebonnet Girls State held at Texas Lutheran University in Seguin June 12 - 18. Trey Ribardo … more

Austin County Fair names scholarship winners

Hanna Krueger – Bellville High School – Daughter of Charlie and Anna Krueger  more

Garden Club delivers $1,000 scholarship to Sealy senior

Madison Lee, center, was named recipient of the Elton “Pete” Kelley Memorial Scholarship awarded by the Garden Club of Sealy. Also pictured is the scholarship selection committee and the … more

Agricultural trade, farm policy focus of 2017 Texas Plant Protection Conference

BRYAN – The importance of agricultural trade and current and future farm policy will be discussed at the 2017 Texas Plant Protection Association Conference Dec. 5-6 at the Brazos Center, 3232 … more

Sealy ISD financial rating drops due to floods, construction

Sealy ISD chief financial officer Jim Obermeier presented the 2016 Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas (FIRST) in front of the school board during their meeting on Dec. 20. The school district … more

Q&A with Sundance Head

Sundance Head, a Porter native and winner of the NBC singing competition The Voice, returns to his ol’ stomping ground on June 24 to headline the Austin County Summer Music Fest in Bellville. We … more

SHS students earn free college credit

This story was made possible by McCarthy Drafting, LLC with their support for Newspaper In Education. NIE is an educational partnership between the newspaper industry and participating school … more

Who will be your Valentine this year?

"Ellie Scott" more

Former tax assessor faces theft charges

Former Austin County Tax Assessor-Collector and Election Official Marcus Peña showcases a new polling pad for the county purposed for the 2016 March primaries during a commissioners court meeting in … more

Board approves resolution to refinance bonds

Darrick Eugene, a bond counselor with Powell & Leon, LLP, awaits Joe Mike Young’s signature on necessary documents to move forward with refinancing Sealy ISDs current bonds. more

Proposed mergers by biotechnology firms could result in cotton seed price surge

A study conducted by the Agricultural and Food Policy Center at Texas A&M University found that proposed mergers by the world’s leading biotechnology firms would result in steep price increases … more

Gowns to guide angels home

Gowns are made from various patterns cut out from pre-existing wedding dresses. more


Jay Shepard with the Sealy Fire Department looks down a serpentine grouping of downed electrical wires leading to the culprit responsible for their clipping: A tractor-trailer a bit too tall for the … more

Texas agricultural losses from Hurricane Harvey estimated at more than $200 million

COLLEGE STATION – Hurricane Harvey, which decimated parts of South Central Texas and the upper Gulf Coast, caused more than $200 million in crop and livestock losses, according to Texas A&M … more
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