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County revisits septic regulations

The Austin County Commissioners Court wants to elicit the public’s opinion on the matter of aerobic septic systems and their continued use in the county on future suburban … more

Youth wins Horse Club scholarship

Every year the Waller County 4-H Horse Club looks to award one of its members a college scholarship. The scholarship committee evaluates each applicant based on academic achievement, leadership, … more

Culinary students chop the competition

Last year, Ka’la Statum and Vanessa Mendoza doled out special creations at the Sodexo Culinary Showdown, where they helped the culinary team from Sealy High school placed second in the event. more

Sealy resident killed Feb. 14

Just before 2 p.m. on Feb. 14, the Sealy Police Department responded to a reported shooting in the 1200 block of N. Meyer St. Once officers arrived on the scene, they found a deceased male … more

Shulkin for Secretary of Veterans Affairs

Dr. David J. Shulkin more

H-GAC launches Regional Building Inventory interactive app

Interested in learning more about the region’s construction patterns and trends over the past 30 years? The Houston-Galveston Area Council’s new interactive web application, the Regional Building … more

Fantasy of Lights contest

Little Miss — Kasey Picard; 1st runner up — Blake Hirsch; 2nd runner up — Annabelle Holub; Miss Photogenic — Karyss Divin. more

City seeking tourism funding

Sealy Mayor Mark Stolarski addresses the tourism commission at their first-ever monthly meeting on Aug. 25. more

Edward Sunderman

Edward Sunderman’s pressed wood art. more

Pet of the Week

Lovely Lena is my name, and I am super tired of this Stormy Weather!! Only readers of a certain age will get the joke, but I hope all readers of all ages get my message when I say, “ I really want … more

Rain fails to dampen cruising enthusiasm

The second annual Sealy Main Street Cruise In turned out to be a success without the help of the weather. Fred Rusk Zydeco and the Hi-Steppers kept the crowd on their feet with their spicy Creole … more

Company forges ahead despite lots of opposition: SouthWaste tries to be transparent with the public

SouthWaste Disposal, LLC, from Houston has run the gamut of Austin County lately to gain public confidence in its proposed operation of a municipal solid waste (MSW) facility between the Town of San … more

Panel calls for new school, major upgrades: District faces $43 million in needs

Committee members meet with Sealy ISD board members following a presentation at a special meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 3. Sealy ISD Long Range Facilities Planning Committee poses for photo following a … more

Open Carry: Handgun law same as conceal carry law

On Jan. 1, handguns across Texas will come out of hiding as the state’s new open carry law overrides the concealed carry law. “Don’t be alarmed and overreact when you see someone open carry … more

Lerma responds to candidacy criticism

With less than a month to go before a new Sealy City Council member is elected, the local rumor mill is abuzz. Four candidates are vying for the Place 2 seat vacated when Janice Whitehead took the … more

Selman Intermediate Honor Roll

4th Grade All A's Hayden Abel, Isabella Burns, Lizbeth Chavez, Jessica Deberry, Angel Espino, Albert Flores, Zachary Hiatt, Haven Hmielewski, Amorin Hofford, Olivia Johnson, Logan Jurecka, Lani … more

Bellville student joins Marines

David Moriarty, 18 of New Ulm, is our guest speaker at the Austin County GOP monthly meeting at 7 p.m. this Thursday, Feb. 2, at Tony’s Family Restaurant in Sealy. David has enlisted in the Marine … more

Yard of the Month

The Garden Club of Sealy has selected the home of John Preston, located at 625 2nd St., as the December 2016 Yard of the Month. more

TEEA recognizes members' service

Pictured from left to right: Jessie Kokemor, Judy Schulz, Lois Schubert, Bonnie Schulz, Sharon Woods, and Cheryl Muras and Michelle Allen. more

Sealy student signs foal scholarship

Danyale Jalowy, a graduating senior at Sealy High School, signed an agreement Thursday to join the horse judging team for Houston Community College’s Agricultural Sciences Program. Jalowy will … more
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