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The Sealy City Council last week adopted its budget for the fiscal year that began Oct. 1. There was little discussion and no public feedback. Finance Director Steven Kutra said he provided a … more
Planning health-conscious New Year’s resolutions typically includes cutting back on unhealthy foods during meals from breakfast to dinner. However, it’s also important to cut out sugary, … more
The inaugural Soundoff to Sealybration event drew a huge crowd, including some talented musicians vying for a $1,000 cash prize and a chance to perform at Sealybration in July. The competition, … more
Summer months mean rising temperatures and thriving conditions for a deadly amoeba in Texas waterways.  more
In this the 45th season of the Texas Renaissance Festival, the Queen is quietly marking her 20th season in the magical kingdom in the town of Todd Mission. more
Christmas came early for nearly 100 residents of the Silver Lake and The Oaks retirement communities as they were treated to a party with food and gifts at Tony’s Family Restaurant on Dec. … more
An arrest is not proof of guilt. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty. more
Austin police shot a 20-year-old black man with a "less-lethal" weapon Sunday, and he is in critical condition in an Austin hospital, police Chief Brian Manley said. His family identified him as Justin Howell, a Texas State University student. more
Austin County 4-H held its annual Awards Banquet at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Frydek to honor the outstanding performance of their 4-H members for the 2017-2018 year on Aug. 18. There … more
If a commonly used metaphor compares obvious things to “like ducks take to water,” this ought to be a successful waterfowl season in Texas. The state has abundant water for ducks this year in … more
More than a month has passed since U.S. President Donald Trump called for a government shutdown, but the effects appear to be limited for Sealy residents. The banks and post office are operating … more
Three outstanding Austin County students each received $1,000 scholarships from the Austin County Livestock Association. more
The Austin County Grand Jury returned indictments against 11 people in the Feb. 26 session. more
Organizers and protesters say the use of force by police during protests in Texas cities highlights the underlying discord between law enforcement and residents that underpinned the protests in the first place. more
Members of the Garden Club of Sealy recently treated the residents of Colonial Belle Nursing Home in Sealy to a Melon Social, an annual club event. They enjoyed watermelon, cantaloupe and honeydew as … more
Industry, Texas For Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2018 Receipts – 899 compared to 967 last week Trend – 2-4 to higher on good active market Choice Steer Calves 150-300 lbs. – … more
The Sealy Economic Development Corp. introduced new members and heard from local business owner of Studio Blend Gallery and Coffee Shop, Annette Smith. Pictured from left are Dee Anne Lerma, Robert … more
Twenty-one Blinn College District vocational nursing graduates were welcomed to the profession during the Brenham Campus program’s 58th pinning ceremony Thursday, June 13. 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
The Beef Cattle Management Seminar will be held March 20 at Four County Auction Center in Industry. The program will offer three CEU credits to anyone with an applicators license. more
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