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Escovy praises Sealy’s preparedness and response to Harvey

Interim City Manager Warren Escovy spoke to the Rotary Club of Sealy on Tuesday about the job he and the other local officials had done in the weeks leading up to and after Hurricane Harvey struck … more

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VFD celebration New Ulm Volunteer Fire Department is holding its 67th annual celebration Sunday, Sept. 17, at New Ulm Fireman’s Park. Serving of barbecue beef, mutton and pork begins at 11 a.m. … more

Hollas-Krenek

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hollas of LaGrange, , and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ray Krenek of Sealy, are pleased to announce the engagement of their children, Brandy Renee Hollas to Kyle Anthony Krenek. Brandy is a … more

Private water well owners should test well after a flood

COLLEGE STATION — Private water well owners whose wells flooded from the recent rains should assume that their well water is contaminated until tested, according to Dr. Diane Boellstorff, Texas A&M … more

Flooding, stormwater management meeting set for Sept. 12 in Houston

HOUSTON — A one-day meeting on stormwater management will be held Sept. 12 at the Trini Mendenhall Community Center, 1414 Wirt Road, Houston. The meeting, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., is being … more

Time will tell what Harvey did to Texas coastal landscapes

ANGLETON — Unlike people and animals, plants can’t evacuate when threatening weather approaches, and long tenures in flood waters can take a toll. But as water recedes and people recover their … more

Harrison has the fun for Bellville

When John Harrison first started as a showman in the 1990s, he was just looking to make a living in the rodeo industry.Now two decades later, he is one of the preeminent entertainers in the … more

Arrest made in 26-year-old Sealy murder case

The prime suspect in a 1991 Sealy homicide case has been captured in Mexico, Sealy Police Sgt. James Long confirmed Tuesday. Blas Tierrablanca, now in his early 60s, has been charged with the … more

Sealy native serving aboard U.S. Navy ship forged from World Trade Center steel

As the nation prepares to observe the 16th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, a 2005 Chireno High School graduate and Sealy native is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard a ship … more

Website offers critical mosquito, disease information after Hurricane Harvey

DALLAS — Visitors to the Mosquito Safari website at http://mosquitosafari.tamu.edu will find comprehensive information on common mosquitoes, the diseases they carry and instructions for … more

Storm aftermath puts damper on early teal season opener

AUSTIN – The 16-day early teal hunting season opened statewide Saturday with guarded optimism tempered by the reality that many waterfowlers along the Texas coast are focusing on storm … more

Throw the ultimate tailgate

Football season is back, and that means it's time to stock up on all the tailgating essentials. Nailing the food lineup is key because few things can ruin a good game like getting "hangry" before … more

Sealy elects council member

Sealy native Chris Noack, a software developer for Houston-based Quanta Services, garnered more than 50 percent of the vote during a special election Saturday night for the Place 2 city council … more

Candidates make final push before Saturday election

Four candidates are facing off in a Sealy City Council election Saturday, but the tempo took a nosedive when Hurricane Harvey came to town. The election – to replace Janice Whitehead, who … more

Here comes the sun

The messages have been a little mixed over the past few days. Some say the storm response has been great. Some say Sealy and Austin County were well-prepared. Some say they got lucky this time but … more

Texans should watch for fraud, scams in wake of Hurricane Harvey

COLLEGE STATION – Texans affected by Hurricane Harvey should be aware of unscrupulous people who may try to take advantage of them through fraud, scams and identity theft and other criminal … more

LifeBridge among disaster relief centers giving aid

Walking through the doors of LifeBridge church, it is completely empty in the front but in the garage to the side, no one is standing still. Members of the Sealy Christian Pantry and the church are … more

Dronka recognized by Rotary district

Sealy resident Paul Dronka was presented the District Governor’s Citation for exemplary service to the Rotary Club of Sealy during a recent meeting. Pictured are Rotary District 5890 Governor Bill … more

Union Pacific Railroad donates $250,000 for Harvey relief

Union Pacific pledged $250,000 to support Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. The funds will be provided from a variety of company donations, demonstrating the railroad’s commitment to Houston and … more

AARP Foundation establishes relief fund for older victims of Hurricane Harvey

WASHINGTON, DC—AARP Foundation President Lisa Marsh Ryerson announced that AARP Foundation has created a relief fund to help the victims – especially those age 50 and older –as relentless rains … more
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