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The Texas Department of Transportation said its contractor working on demolition of the existing westbound Brazos River bridge will close the turnaround on the west side Thursday night from 7 p.m. to … more
Head Start enrolling Early Head Start is now enrolling children ages 3-5 years for the coming year. Located at 1436 Eagle Lake Road in Sealy, Head start is for low income families, children with … more
Across Texas, families with loved ones in state supported living centers are desperate for in-person visits after months have ticked by with coronavirus restrictions in place. more
Schools, desperate to keep their doors open but worried about health risks to their students, are being put in the uncomfortable position of having to govern young adult behavior that is mostly happening off university property. more
Public health experts say colleges need to dramatically ramp up testing in order to catch “silent spread” fueled by students who are infected but don’t have symptoms. more
The game had been scheduled for Sept. 11. more
Physicians Premier ER charged Dr. Zachary Sussman's insurance $10,984 for his COVID-19 antibody test even though Sussman worked for the chain and knows the testing materials only cost about $8. Even more surprising: The insurer paid in full. more
Austin County Commissioners Court will hold a public hearing on the proposed 2020-2021 budget at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 8, in the upstairs courtroom at the Austin County Courthouse in … more
On Aug. 24, members of Austin County State Bank presented the Austin County Sheriff’s Office with peach cobbler recognizing National Peach Pie Day, showing their support of first responders in the … more
An arrest is not proof of guilt. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty.   Austin County Sheriff’s Office July 17 Justin Lee Trevino of Orchard was arrested for … more
The Blinn College District is offering free, online adult education and literacy courses for students learning English as a Second Language (ESL) or preparing to take their General Education … more
Jody Tyson wants recipients of the new Frank Tyson Engineering Endowed Scholarship at Blinn College to know about the scholarship’s namesake and his story of overcoming poverty to attend … more
As thousands fled southeast Texas ahead of Hurricane Laura, Texas A&M promoted an Ike Dike  as a critical way to protect the region from devastating damage.Texas escaped a direct hit from … more
Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital has been designated as a Level 3 Trauma Center by the Texas Department of State Health Services after consistently demonstrating its ability to provide advanced trauma … more
Trinity Lutheran Preschool has had to face the realities of the COVID-19 economy and has closed its doors for the 2020-2021 school year. Factored into this decision are the loss of tuition during … more
At The Texas Tribune Festival, Clay Jenkins and Lina Hidalgo, both Democrats, said local officials and health experts stepped into a leadership vacuum left by state and federal leaders. more
The Austin County Fair recently announced that the Calf Scramble will continue in 2020-2021. Although the fair will not be able to have the traditional scramble at the rodeo on Saturday night, … more
Two members of America’s Frontline Doctors appeared at a meeting at Faith Academy in Bellville Saturday, touting a controversial cure for COVID-19 and telling the audience of about 120 people … more
The Sealy Independent School District Board of Trustees voted to approve a $.0036 decrease in the tax rate at last Wednesday’s regular meeting in the Sealy ISD administration … more
Another death and 40 new active cases of COVID-19 were reported last week in Austin County by the Texas Department of State Health Services. The sixth death from the virus was reported on Aug. … more
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