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Dupont named Sealy teacher of the month

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First Presbyterian donates to Lazy River residents

Pastor Ken Richter and members of First Presbyterian Church of Sealy met recently to deliver monetary donations and bags of groceries to residents of Lazy River subdivision, which was affected by … more

Austin County Fair competitions coming up

The Austin County Fair is now accepting entries for the Little Miss & Mister Contest, the Junior Miss & Mister Contest and the Junior Fair Queen Contest. Below are the rules and regulations. Please … more

W.E. Hill Center donation

The City of Sealy received two donations from nonprofit organizations in appreciation for the use of the W.E. Hill Community Center for meetings. Pictured are Mayor Mark Stolarski, Bennie Stolarski … more

Austin County, Houston Area 100 clubs merge

President Bubba Buttera, Executive Director Rick Hartley and local President Steve Lackey. more

Sealy FFA brings home fifth place in state competition

Troy Oliver, an agricultural teacher at Sealy High School, introduced the Sealy Independent School District board of trustees to a team of seven high schoolers — Layne Blevins, Regina Fontana, … more

Blinn College launches new surgical technology program

At 11 a.m. Tuesday, Blinn College announced its intent to launch a one-year surgical technology program, based at its Health Science Center in Bryan, that will help to meet workforce demand in the … more

Austin County Constable receives "Click It or Ticket" grant

Precinct 3 Austin County Constable Ronnie Griffin was one of the 15 law enforcement officers that was chosen by random drawing in Texas to receive the “Click It or Ticket Incentive Grant.” Austin … more

Texas Premier Shooting Arms

On Aug. 9, Texas Premier Shooting Arms celebrated their one-year anniversary as well as their acceptance into the Sealy Chamber of Commerce during a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Texas Premier is a family … more

The Backyard Gardener- Composting

Let’s talk about taking out the trash! Some of you that know me may be saying “Oh no, where is he going with this one” but this week I want to talk to you about trash. We all have it, some of … more

School board cancels trustee elections; Authorize employment contracts

David Anderson, regional manager for South Texas for SSC Service Solutions, addresses the Sealy ISD school board during March 23 discussion on renewal of the company’s contract for custodial … more

Sealy Little League prepares for season

On Feb. 14, Greater Sealy Little League held its board meeting at Maribelli’s Restaurant with 12 of the 16 members present. The treasurer reported that several more scholarships had been funded. … more

Police Report

The Sealy Police Department released a report of its activity for the period of Dec. 10-17. Inclusion in the report does not implicate guilt of any crime. Officers dispatched to 1400 block of … more

Slight climate shifts can affect optimum water use in plant communities

COLLEGE STATION – A new discovery is providing scientists a better understanding of how rainfall is shared beneficially by the plant community and the human population, in “It’s going to be … more

Senate bill means major cuts for school districts

The Texas Legislature voted recently to “significantly” cut the state’s operation funds to public school districts and shift the burden onto local property taxes.   Sealy ISD Superintendent … more

Is Black History Month still relevant?

This month the nation celebrates Black History Month, which, half-expected, began just a little more than a week removed from the country’s first African-American president exiting office. It took … more

Refinancing does not always translate to savings, county auditor says

The Austin County Commissioners Court has been considering refinancing two of its bonds into one in an attempt to save the county money in the long haul. One is a certificate of obligation bond dated … more

Memorial Hermann Katy expands to new heights

Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital celebrated a major milestone recently with the official opening of its new 230,000-square-foot, six-story patient tower. With added capacity to multiple services, … more

Last chance to vote in city council election

Sealy residents have a full slate to choose from as they head to the polls Saturday to decide whether their next elected official will be a former city council member, an ex-Marine police officer, an … more

Pantry helps the hungry

The Austin County Republican Party welcomed Jane Gipson from the Sealy Christian Food Pantry during its May 30 meeting at Tony’s Family Restaurant. The Pantry distributes food every Wednesday … more
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