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The Tiger Stage Company of Sealy High School will present Michael McKeever’s “Suite Surrender” in October. more
After about an hour’s worth of discussion, the Sealy ISD Board of Trustees decided to take a step back and examine the scope of the agriculture barn and culinary kitchen projects after all the bid proposals came back over budget. more
Two paramedics from the Austin County EMS spent a grueling 60 hours helping people in East Texas after Tropical Storm Imelda dumped upward of 48 inches of rain two weeks ago. more
A 29-year-old Sealy man remains in critical condition at a Houston hospital after he was stabbed multiple times during an altercation Saturday night. more
Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy Sandeep Dhaliwal was shot and killed during a traffic stop on Sept. 27. more
The Space Shuttle Program brought reusable spacecraft into reality. more
Millheim Hall is hosting its 2nd Annual National Night Out on Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2019, at 6 p.m. at 4460 FM 949, Sealy, TX. more
An arrest is not proof of guilt. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty. more
“Honoring the Past, Treasuring the Present, Shaping the Future” was the theme of the 92nd Texas Extension Education Association State Conference in San Marcos on Sept. 10-11. more
The Sealy Christian Pantry Annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon was held Sept. 18, at the Fellowship Hall of Sealy First Baptist Church. more
On Saturday, Sept. 28, San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site is holding the second Villa de Austin planning session. more
Gov. Greg Abbott on Sept. 19 declared a state of disaster in counties impacted by Tropical Storm Imelda, which first hit the upper Texas Gulf Coast on Sept. 15. more
Wednesday, Oct. 9, will be School Pride and Seniors Day at the Austin County Fair. more
Several months ago while visiting the Sealy Cemetery in an effort to verify the family history of some long-term Sealy families, the Sealy Area Historical Society discovered that a number of markers are covered with moss, lichen and droppings from nearby trees. more
Shannon Brinkley, author of the book, “Scrappy Bits Appliqué,” presented a program on her method of making collage quilts at the August meeting of Bluebonnet Area Quilt Guild. more
Rodeo can be a fickle business, but it’s driven by passion. more
The Sealy City Council was to meet Wednesday, Sept. 25, to formally adopt an $8.1 million budget and set the tax rate at $.39807 per $100 property valuation, which is about a penny higher than last year. more
Upset that the final version of the county’s compensation order had changed just days before they were set to approve the document that sets the salaries for all county employees, Pct. 3 Commissioner Randy Reichardt commandeered Monday’s meeting of the Austin County Commissioner’s Court and went through every salary line by line. more
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