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Katy Prairie Conservancy hosting photo programs

This month the Katy Prairie Conservancy (KPC) presents Unplugged Adventure: Realm of the Eagle and Wild West Tour: Photographing Sparrows on the Prairie. Adults and children alike are invited to … more

TxDOT urges drivers to have a game plan

The Texas Department of Transportation’s statewide “Plan While You Can” campaign is reminding football fans to make a sober ride part of their game-watching plans for the upcoming playoffs and … more

AgriLife beef program coming to Brenham

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and the Texas Beef Council have teamed up to present a special Beef 706 program, a three-part series of hands-on sessions focusing on beef quality management … more

Sealy News has new deadlines

The deadline to submit items for publication and classified advertisements in The Sealy News will move from Mondays at noon to Fridays at 3 p.m. effective Jan. 29. The change is necessary to … more

Pet of the Week

It's me, Emilee. This chilly weather just makes me smile. I’m a happy little hound/dachshund mix about 3 years old and 30 pounds. Super loving, energetic, and playful would describe me to a tee. On … more

Republicans square off at first candidates forum

Pct. 1 Commissioner Reese Turner presents a general fund graph at an Austin County Republican Party candidate forum Jan. 7 to demonstrate county service breakdowns, of which the sheriff’s office … more

Jez reflects on 33 years serving Austin County

In 1982, Betty Jez just returned to Austin County after running a family resort in New Braunfels for a little more than a year. In the need of employment that May, she began working for the Austin … more

Texas Poets Podcast searching for more sponsors, listeners

The Texas Poets Podcast is a monthly online show that features Texas poets discussing the poetry of other Texas poets. It is fashioned after the New Yorker Poetry Podcast and the Poetry Off the … more

Bird's eye viewers

Students at Selman Intermediate School (above) watch as a drone comes in for a landing during a demonstration Monday at the school. (Left) Lone Star College professor Michael Konvicka shows students … more

Republicans square off at first candidates forum

Alan Kaminski of Sealy, running for Pct. 1 Commissioner against incumbent Reese Turner and Mark Lamp of Bellville, introduces himself to the audience at an Austin County Republican Party candidate … more

Anderson Paint & Body at pinnacle of industry

Anderson Paint & Body, which is owned by David Anderson and Nikki Klump and is a family-owned and operated business with nine employees. “All but two of the employees are family, but we count … more

Judging judges through four key principles: Justice Ken Wise tells Rotarians what to look for when electing judges

Justice Ken Wise addresses Sealy Rotarians. more

Bird's eye viewers

Students at Selman Intermediate School (above) watch as a drone comes in for a landing during a demonstration Monday at the school. more

Take these steps to keep your health, money resolutions

Whether it’s resolving to exercise, lose weight or save money, taking certain specific steps will give that New Year’s resolution a better chance of succeeding, said Nancy Granovsky, Texas A&M … more

Hwy. 36 to be widened this spring

The good news for commuters between Sealy and Wallis is that widening of Highway 36 is slated to begin this spring. The bad news is that construction is expected to last nearly two years. It was … more

Pet of the Week

It's me, Emilee. This chilly weather just makes me smile. I’m a happy little hound/dachshund mix about 3 years old and 30 pounds. Super loving, energetic, and playful would describe me to a tee. On … more

Republicans square off at first candidates forum

Republican Party county chair hopeful Marc Young addresses a crowd full of county Republicans at an Austin County Republican Party candidate forum on Thursday, Jan. 7. more

News Bits

Pancake supper at Sealy Legion Sealy American Legion Post 442 will host an all-you-can-eat pancake supper from 5-8 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 15. The meal is $10 and children 6 and under eat … more

Leadership Advisory Board to host annual meeting

The Leadership Advisory Board of Austin County is charged with the purpose of promoting Extension work in the community and strengthening the programmatic efforts of the Agents in Austin … more

Blinn’s winter minimester hits new enrollment benchmark

The term “holiday break” is becoming a misnomer for Blinn College students. A record 1,565 students capitalized on the opportunity to earn college credit over the holidays by enrolling in … more
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