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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

Price rises on YMCA, tentative build schedule released

Sealy City Council continues to hash out funding needs for the prospective Mark A. Chapman Indoor Recreational facility, and projected costs could increase once again to $4.6 million if city … more

TWDB approves financial assistance for rural water projects

The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) approved financial assistance totaling $3.7 million for rural water projects on Monday.$234,219 to the Greater Texoma Utility Authority (Grayson County) on … more

AgriLife Research breeding to improve quality

Popped sorghum can already be found in some markets. more

Sealy ER to celebrate first year of service

  Sealy Emergency Room, which actually slid open its automatic doors March 1 of last year, will celebrate one year of emergency medical service to the community from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. April 1 at the … more

Sealy man arrested for promoting child porn

  Sealy police assisted the Texas Attorney General’s Office March 16 in arresting a 49-year-old Sealy man for charges involving child pornography, charges stemming from information provided by … more

Activities aim to open youth’s eyes to hunger, poverty and humanitarian action

Texas 4-H has announced a new international program, Global Leadership Opportunities Beyond Education, or GLOBE, a comprehensive two-tiered citizenship and leadership program for 4-H members in … more

Rep. Schubert participates in higher education committee

State Rep. Leighton Schubert recently participated in an interim hearing of the House Committee on Higher Education. The committee discussed an interim charge to review the state’s community … more

Are you taking your grass for granted?

Almost everybody that has pastures take their grass for granted, and it has been that way for many years. Few of the early day cattleman had enough time to look closely at their grass and think … more

Fighting for fire as land management tool

Increased legal liabilities may be limiting prescribed fire use for brush control, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Research study. more

Sheriff Report

The Austin County Sheriff’s Office released a report of arrests and bookings for the period of Feb. 12-Feb 18. Inclusion in the report does not implicate guilt of any crime.Jose Plutarco Pineda was … more

County courses prepare citizens for emergencies, disasters

Austin County has announced a 2016 CERT class scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m. April 18 at the Austin County Courthouse in Bellville.The training received will give an overview and better … more

Sealy Wal-Mart named region’s top Supercenter for 2015

Sealy Wal-Mart manager Mike Halpin oversees busy associates at the store. Wal- Mart coporate recently named the Sealy location as the “Best Supercenter” for Region 6, which encompasses 83 stores … more

H-E-B stores to recall house-brand tuna

H-E-B issued a voluntary recall Friday of the grocery chain’s Hill Country Fare 5 oz. Chunk Light Tuna in Oil. According to a press release from the company, the recall stems from possible … more

Target audiences are city, municipality mosquito abatement personnel

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will conduct 10 Vector Management Workshops across the state from March 8 until June 3, coordinators said.“The workshops are specifically designed to train … more

News Bits

Garden Club of Sealy meeting The Monthly Meeting of the Garden Club of Sealy will be held on Thursday, March 24, at 6:30 p.m. at the Hill Center in Sealy. Tommy Johnson will give a presentation on … more

AgriLife Research breeding to improve quality

Orville Redenbacher might not have envisioned grain sorghum in his air poppers, but the niche snack is finding its way onto U.S. grocery shelves, and a Texas A&M AgriLife Research program is … more

Texas State Genealogical Society donates $5,000 to save Texas history

The Texas General Land Office (GLO) recently announced the donation of $5,000 from the Texas State Genealogical Society to the Save Texas History Program. The funds will be used for the continued … more

Pet of the Week

If you believe that big things come in small packages, you will want to meet me for sure! My name is Isabella, and I am a mere 10 lbs. of feisty Miniature Dachshund-ness! I am an older girl at 10 … more

Sealy ER to celebrate first year of service

Sealy ER staff pictured from left to right are Joshua Lopez, Sajeel Parviz, Jesus Villanueva, Dr. Kannappan Krishnaswamy, Monica Dees, Sandra Atherton, Loren Richards and Richard Saucedo. more
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