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An arrest is not proof of guilt. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty. more
Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush announced that the 2020 Treasures of the Texas Coast Children’s Art Contest is now open for entries. more
Officials say they're investigating whoever is behind the misinformation campaign, which they say only creates anxiety and fear. more
With traditional graduations likely off the table for the Class of 2020, one group of local parents has spearheaded efforts to honor all of the seniors in Austin County with a specialized gift from a community member who signs up to “adopt” a senior. more
FRED, another name for the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service’s “Families Reading Every Day” project will be featured this summer at all WIC Clinics in Austin County and the Gordon Memorial Library in Sealy. more
Editor’s Note: This is the third in a series of stories about legendary Brenham baseball pitcher Jon Peters and his memoir, “When Life Grabs You by the Baseballs: Finding Happiness in … more
The Blinn College Alumni and Friends Association seeks nominations for its 2019 Hall of Honor class. more
Through the Arbor Day Foundation’s Community Tree Recovery Campaign — a partnership between the Arbor Day Foundation, International Paper and FedEx — Bluebonnet Master Gardeners Association … more
Learn how to produce your own honey and help save the bees by attending the 12th Annual Central Texas Beekeepers School on Saturday, March 2, at Brenham High School in Brenham. more
Texans can apply online to see if they qualify for a long-term, low-interest loan from the U.S. Small Business Administration. more
U.S. News and World Report released its Best High School national school performance rankings and considered various factors to rank each school within its state as well as in the country. more
The Rev. Eddie Hilliard has only been leading the congregation at First United Methodist Church of Sealy for about a month, but he says it already feels like home. The pastor, originally from … more
Longtime Sealy employee Kim Meloneck is retiring, and officials say her last day with the city is Sept. 7. As director of Sealy’s Economic Development Corp., Meloneck is credited with bringing … more
Sealy city officials still appear hopeful that Austin County will purchase land near the police station and fire department, but discussions about drainage and detention are ongoing. The city … more
The Austin County Commissioners received an update on three major construction projects Monday morning indicating that a lot of ground could be broken in the next few months. more
Marsha Bailey Merrell, a dance instructor at The Dance Warehouse of Sealy, recently earned her certification through Rhythm Works’ Integrative Dance program. more
Friday's biggest developments: Texas delays May primary runoff elections, more than 200 have tested positive, and more than 5,000 tests have been administered in Texas and advocacy groups call for release of migrants in detention. more
A Texas Supreme Court ruling gutted their case, so plaintiffs have asked that their state lawsuit be dismissed. But litigation over expanding absentee voting during the pandemic continues in federal court. more
Unity Day, the signature event of National Bullying Prevention Month, has been recognized in the United States since 2011. To participate in Unity Day, which was held on Oct. 24 at Sealy High School, … more
Austin County Commissioner Doug King, 49, died suddenly Monday, Dec. 17, during an accident on Gebhart Road while repairing a piece of equipment with crew members. County Judge Tim Lapham issued … more
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