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Art, expression, community engagement

Ever since she can remember, Brooke Trahan thinks there was always a part of her that knew she would be a teacher. Trahan, 26, has taught art at Sealy High School for the past three years. Trahan … more

An angel's visit

Christian selects an ornament off The Sealy News Angel Tree. Each Christmas, The Sealy News helps bring holiday cheer to Sealy’s local seniors at Silver Lake and The Oaks who are living on fixed … more

Food pantry donates Thanksgiving meals

The Immaculate Concepcion Church has been collecting macaroni and cheese as a part of Thanksgiving donations for those who are needy in the community. more

FM 3013 accident

A black passenger vehicle traveling eastbound on FM 3013 near the Colorado County line on Monday morning collided with an 18-wheeler and was lodged underneath the trailer. It took Austin County first … more

Sealy Police Department searches for robbery suspect

A recent string of burglaries has spread across Sealy where perpetrator(s) have broken into residences and slipped out with an arrangement of stolen goods, mainly power tools. “All of these are … more

Cash welcome; We don’t take plastic

Help the environment as well as the seniors of our community by donating paper products into the (rather) large blue container that sits in the parking lot of The Sealy News. Collections generate … more

Easter eggs without the hunt

Jackie Ochoa, first grader at Selman elementary, passes out colored Easter eggs at Tony’s restaurant on Easter Sunday to more than 300 guests. Pictured with Jackie is Dalis Dickerson, son of Eric … more

County opposed to waste facility

Tim Cox, vice president of operations for SouthWaste Disposal, addresses the Austin County Commissioners Court on his company’s proposed solid waste compost facility in the county. more

A&M scientists see benefit of ecotourism

Two Texas A&M University scientists highlighted the conservation benefits of ecotourism worldwide and said a recent research review citing the dangers of ecotourism to wildlife is premature and … more

Blinn board approves negotiations for new Brenham campus housing

The Blinn College Board of Trustees has authorized college administrators to negotiate with a private company regarding the development of new student housing on the Blinn-Brenham campus. During a … more

Yoga pants vs. pants pants – the mom debate

The other day I was walking through the mall with my 3-year-old daughter when she stopped dead in her tracks and said, “Mommy! What is THAT?!?” I looked around thinking maybe she had a random … more

Agriculture damages from wildfire estimated at $21 million

Lost grazing on burned out grass, replacement fences and damaged stock facilities all add up in the economic losses. more

Interact to challenge students, improve lives

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Sealy Fire Department urges residents to purchase Knox Box

Sealy Volunteer Fire Department Captain Randy Otswald demonstrates how easy it is to install the Knox Box onto doors. more

Federal Court stops enforcement of Obama public schools bathroom directive

AUSTIN – Late Monday, U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor’s issued a nationwide injunction prohibiting the Obama administration from enforcing its bathroom directives against public schools … more

Girls state, boys state participants honored

Three girls, Rylee Novicke, Reagan Lamp and Katherine Ford, represented Sealy High School at the 2016 Bluebonnet Girls State held at Texas Lutheran University in Seguin June 12 - 18. Trey Ribardo … more

Austin County Fair names scholarship winners

Hanna Krueger – Bellville High School – Daughter of Charlie and Anna Krueger  more

Garden Club delivers $1,000 scholarship to Sealy senior

Madison Lee, center, was named recipient of the Elton “Pete” Kelley Memorial Scholarship awarded by the Garden Club of Sealy. Also pictured is the scholarship selection committee and the … more

CASA for Kids seeks volunteers

CASA for Kids of South Central Texas recruits, trains and supports volunteers to represent the best interests of children who have been removed by the Department of Family and Protective Services … more
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