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Sealy students attend manufacturing conference

Sealy ISD Career and Technical Education Department Head Brittany Hall, and CTE teacher Melissa Simms accompanied several Sealy High School CTE students Oct. 6 to the Gulf Coast Advanced … more

DPS involved in fatal accident

Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Troopers are investigating a fatal collision on State Highway 36 at Overcreek Way in Sealy. The preliminary information indicates at approximately 10:20 a.m. … more

Attempted break-in at Little B's Grocery

The Sealy Police Department has released the following statement regarding a break-in attempt at Little B’s Grocery:  “On Oct.11, 2017 at approximately 4:47 am the Sealy Police Department … more

National Night Out deemed a success

Families enjoyed an activity-filled Saturday night at Abe & Irene Levine Park on Oct. 7 as the Sealy Police Department hosted its annual National Night Out. The event has been a work in … more

County proceeds with jail remodel

Acknowledging that the process will be slow and expensive, Austin County commissioners moved forward Monday with plans to remediate mold in the jail. The panel voted to authorize Burns … more

See You at the Pole

Students, faculty and families attended this year’s See You at the Pole Sept. 27 at Faith Academy. This year’s theme was “Fixing Our Eyes on Jesus.” Students are encouraged to gather at a … more

Austin County Extension Education members attend conference

Eight Extension Education members of Austin County participated in the State TEEA Conference last month in Waco.Those representing Austin County were Jessie Kokemor, Doris Glenewinkel, Annette Balke, … more

All is Fair: Austin County prepares for 90th anniversary

BELLVILLE – Whether you’re into two-stepping to the tunes of a country legend, watching your favorite fair queen take home the crown or enjoying a championship-caliber rodeo, the Austin County … more

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Marine Meeting All U.S. Marines and guests are invited to a monthly meeting at 6 p.m. Oct. 14 at the American Legion Hall in Sealy. Bluebonnet Area Quilt Guild The Bluebonnet Area Quilt … more

Master gardeners attract birds to their backyards

The Bluebonnet Master Gardeners Association’s September meeting was held at the American Legion Hall in Sealy. President Pete Berckenhoff introduced Paul Fagala, owner of a Wild Birds Unlimited … more

American Legion event planned Monday

In keeping with their mission of support of and service for our veterans, Sealy American Legion Post No. 442 and their Auxiliary Unit are inviting our community to join them on Monday, Oct. 16, at 7 … more

Fun at Faith Academy

Laughter could be heard through the halls of the Early Education Building last week as the circus came to the Faith Academy campus. Students were treated to a clown skit and a bicycle-riding bear … more

Austin County hazard mitigation plan kick-off meeting set for Oct. 18

The Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC), in partnership with Austin County, City of Bellville, City of Brazos Country, Town of San Felipe, City of Sealy, and City of Wallis, is hosting the first … more

Singer from ‘The Voice’ visits Sealy Walmart

Fans of the NBC show “The Voice” remember 2015 contestant Barrett Baber, who charmed fans as a member of Team Blake Shelton and placed third, behind Jordan Smith and Emily Ann Roberts. The … more

Weathering the storm

t’s been said that in times of tragedy, we find out who our real friends are. And on rare occasions, we find unlikely friends, who, until that tragedy struck, were strangers. The devastation … more

Sealy approves budget subject to amendments

The Sealy City Council approved a budget and property tax rate following a lengthy meeting last week, determining to axe city funding for the Main Street program at the end of the year but declining … more

County hires architect to deal with moldy jail

Austin County commissioners agreed last week to hire Burns Architecture LLC to facilitate necessary repairs to the county jail and sheriff’s office, which have been plagued with mold. Architect … more

Sealy High’s ‘Noises Off’ production overcomes obstacles

“Production issues” is a phrase that those who follow the entertainment industry are more than familiar with. They can range from the smaller issues like an actor getting sick and delaying … more

Feeder roads project to go forward

The Sealy City Council authorized Interim City Manager Warren Escovy last week to move forward with a much-debated Interstate 10 feeder road project. Escovy said there are options on how to pay … more

Prasek’s Hillje Smokehouse brings unique menu to Sealy

On Oct. 1, 1974, Mike and Betty Jo Prasek purchased Hillje Grocery, which was a typical small-town market that included meats, a saloon and a feed store. In the 40 years since opening Prasek’s … more
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