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Oakbend’s Wharton Hospital opening deemed a success

Richmond – OakBend Medical Center opened the door of its hospital in Wharton on June 14. . Within the first 24 hours of opening, the emergency room saw 21 patients, beginning shortly after the … more

Experts remind Texans to protect children from vehicular heat death

COLLEGE STATION — With summer temperatures climbing to triple digits, now is a good time to remind Texans of the dangers of children getting heat stroke while left unattended in vehicles, said a … more

Group ‘joins hands’ for veterans

Due to an inclement weather forecast, the Join Hands project at the Sealy Cemetery was rescheduled for May 19. Small U.S. flags were placed on the graves of veterans at the Sealy Cemetery, Immaculate … more

Scholarship awarded to Sealy grad

Molly Dittert, a senior at Sealy High School, received a $500 scholarship at the Texas German Society Convention held May 5. Dittert plans to attend Texas A&M University in the fall. Pictured with … more

Partnership teaches executives to protect their companies from cyberattack

The Blinn College District and the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) Cyber Readiness Center are offering a four-hour course designed to help business executives understand the vital role … more

H-GAC seeks feedback on Hurricane Harvey funding draft method of distribution

The Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) is seeking input on the draft method of distribution of $241 million in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Disaster Recovery funding to counties and … more

USDA to help veterans seeking agriculture loans, careers

DALLAS – U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced last month a partnership between the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Texas A&M’s AgriLife Extension Service to help … more

USDA reopens application period for producers recovering from cattle loss, disasters

WASHINGTON, May 31, 2018 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will begin accepting disaster assistance program applications on June 4 from agricultural producers who suffered livestock, … more

Stewardship workshop for Texas landowners and contractors June 15 in Lampasas

LAMPASAS – A brush management and land stewardship training workshop will be held June 15 in Lampasas in an effort to enhance environmental sustainability, contractor profitability and landowner … more

Sheriff's Report

The Austin County Sheriff’s Office released a report of arrests and bookings for May 18-May 24, 2018. Inclusion in the report does not implicate guilt. Darrell Jay Baldwin was arrested for … more

Police Blotter

The following call log was released by the Sealy Police Department for the time period of May 24, 2018 through May 31, 2018. Inclusion in the call log is not an implication of guilt. Officers … more

TxDOT to highlight upcoming construction opportunities

YOAKUM — The Texas Department of Transportation is sponsoring PAVED, an event highlighting upcoming subcontracting opportunities for highway construction and maintenance projects in the Yoakum … more

Partnership teaches executives to protect their companies from cyberattack

The Blinn College District and the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) Cyber Readiness Center are offering a four-hour course designed to help business executives understand the vital role … more

Human trafficking

Editor’s Note: This is the first in a four-part series on human trafficking, an overview of what it is. Future stories will include interviews with law enforcement, clergy and parents and … more

Master Gardeners improving Levine Park

Sealy citizens may notice some more color has been added to Levine Family Park in the past few months. The park is being replanted with new shrubbery and flowers by The Bluebonnet Master Gardener … more

County commits to repairing dangerous bridges

Austin County commissioners approved a resolution May 29 to replace a bridge on Neuman Road and provide matching funds on a Texas Department of Transportation project to repair the Mill Creek Road … more

AgriLife Extension offers hurricane preparedness, recovery information

COLLEGE STATION – With June 1 marking the start of hurricane season, the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is reminding Texans the agency provides a wealth of disaster and emergency preparedness … more

Up and vanished: a brother’s search

Editor’s note: Dave Mastell is a friend of mine from Texas A&M University. His brother has been missing for several years, but missing person cases of adults are difficult to pursue because … more

Livestock Report

Industry, Texas For Tuesday, May 29, 2018 Receipts – 577 compared to 869 last week Trend – Steady on good active market Choice Steer Calves 150-300 lbs. – $160-200 300-400 … more

Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo awards nearly $1.6 million to area Go Texan scholars

Matthias Litzmann of Sealy was awarded a scholarship from the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™, presented during the Area Go Texan Scholarship Banquet, Thursday, May 17, at the NRG Center in … more
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