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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

Volunteer Opportunities

CASA volunteers sought Every child has a chance … it's YOU! CASA for Kids recruits, trains and supports volunteers to represent the best interests of children who have been removed from their … more

Sealy ISD breaks ground on new elementary school

The Sealy Elementary School groundbreaking ceremony was planned for May 24, just one day after a microburst storm ripped through the city, bringing 100 mph winds in its wake. But the … more

Selman Elementary celebrates music

March is Music in Our Schools Month is Sealy ISD’s annual celebration, which engages music educators, students, and communities from around the country in promoting the benefits of high-quality … more

Council revisits charter revisions

During the Jan. 24 Sealy City Council meeting, council discussed an ordinance that would order a general election to be held on May 6. The ordinance lists the purpose of this election as the … more

New smartphone app helps identify Texas officials

AUSTIN — Blakemore Public Affairs has launched the Texas Elected Officials Flash Card App to help users build knowledge of state elected officials and improve memory with each photo. The free app … more

Seeds of Empire

Dr. Andrew Torget is a great friend of the San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site, and served on the Historian Roundtable in 2015 that analyzed recent site scholarship by Michael Moore. Dr. Torget … more

City Council to look into changing city charter

Sealy City Council approved Sealy City Manager Larry Kuciemba’s 2016-17 contract at an Oct. 11 meeting. The council took no action regarding the changing of the city charter as it pertains to the … more

FCA US, Ryan Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram raise $3000 for Brazos High

On Aug. 5, Ryan Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram and the Brazos High School Booster Club co-hosted a “Booster Club Fundraiser Presented by the brands of FCA” and raised $3,000 for the Brazos High School … more


A man is walking down Main Street but abruptly stops at a cor­ner on Hwy 36 and turns around in circles while holding up his cell phone. He must be lost and the first instinct is to redirect … more

Chamber lets the good times roll at dinner dance

Sworn in as new Sealy Chamber officers are, from the left, Betsy Zapalac, Jon Snell, Patricia Knapp Wayne Schomburg, Brian Lapham, Nancy James, Rick Martinez, Dee Brabham, Kathy Holloman and Lisa … more

Meals on Wheels in need of building donations

Helping One Another-Meals on Wheels, currently located at 510 2nd St. in Sealy, is relocating its headquarters to 915 Frydek Road, where a new building is under development. A new building gives the … more
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