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Industry, Texas For Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2018 Receipts – 745 compared to 918 last week Trend – Steady Choice Steer Calves 150-300 lbs. – $165-190 300-400 lbs. - … more
Summer Reading Program, sock drive for soldiers, disaster recovery plan for businesses and Texas German Society meets. more
Get ready for more good times as Sealybration returns for another fun-filled weekend July 12-14. more
Twice a year, AL&M Building Supplies in Sealy offers a $500 shopping spree giveaway to customers. They presented the winners with their purchases on Friday, Dec. 20. more
The Sealy Police Department has issued the following statement regarding their response to calls during the coronavirus pandemic: As always, the Sealy PD will continue to offer the highest level … more
Housing advocates say they are still concerned about cases of harassment and the longterm housing safety of vulnerable Texans. more
The Sealy City Council reviewed the audit of the city’s annual financial report, discussed drainage along Allens Creek with residents and discussed the efficacy of the city’s parks and planning boards at its June 2 meeting. more
EEA (Extension Education Association) of Austin County, which is a direct part of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, had the opportunity to host an educational program which focused on how to … more
Ashia Leche French was arrested for evading arrest or detention with vehicle. Bond set at $7,000. Alan Jerome Klotz was arrested for assault causing bodily injury/family violence. Bond set at … more
Whether you’re new to hosting or simply looking for ideas to make Easter entertaining easier than ever, there are plenty of ways to save time and stress in the kitchen. Go with what you know. … more
Town Park Center has renewed an old lawsuit against the City of Sealy because the statute of limitations was running out on agreements related to the property along Interstate 10 and the developer wants to keep the city at the negotiating table. more
The Sealy City Council stepped into unfamiliar territory at its June 18 meeting, learning about a proposed housing development that would be built as a Public Improvement District (PID) as well as entering into preliminary discussions about creating a zoning ordinance for the city. more
Get your oldest, most worn out, stinkiest and nastiest sneaker ready for the Texas Odor-Eaters Rotten Sneaker Contest on Saturday, Oct. 5, at noon at the Austin County Fairgrounds. more
During the month of December, Austin County hosted the District 11 TEEA Fall Officer’s Training. more
Researchers at the Texas A&M University System soon could be developing a Texas A&M-branded oyster that consumers will be able to order on the half-shell at their favorite seafood restaurant. more
At an emergency meeting of the Sealy City Council Friday afternoon at W. E. Hill Community Center, a motion was passed unanimously to extend the city's declaration disaster indefinitely. The … more
As of Monday, Austin County Judge Tim Lapham announced there were still only 12 total cases of COVID-19, with seven of those being recovered. more
The 12th annual summer festival, Sealybration hosted by the Sealy Community Foundation, was confirmed to be held on July 10, 11 and 12 at B&PW Park, the nonprofit organization announced on June 3. Tracy Lawrence will headline the music lineup Saturday night, SCF President Melanie Willingham said. more
The Blinn College District continued to build momentum toward the Fall semester with 4,286 students registering for the Summer II session. This year’s Summer II total was a slight increase over … more
Industry, Texas For Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018 Receipts – 929 compared to 851 two weeks ago Trend – Steady to a little lower Choice Steer Calves 150-300 lbs. – $180-220 300-400 … more
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