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Extension Education Association (EEA) of Austin County, which is a direct part of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, took an educational tour of San Antonio. more
Protect windows with permanent storm shutters or invest in one-half inch marine plywood that is pre-cut to fit your doors and windows. more
In addition to hurricanes, a wide variety of emergencies may cause an evacuation. more
A year after Hurricane Harvey’s floodwaters covered an area the size of New Jersey, the number of federal flood insurance policies increased 29 percent in the counties that suffered Harvey’s wrath. more
These storm names were last used in 2013, which was a quiet hurricane season, with no major hurricanes. more
As the region continues to recover from Hurricane Harvey and recent floods, early and thorough hurricane preparation is more important than ever.  more
For many, June is the start of summer vacations and kids heading off to camp. more
It’s springtime on the prairie, and like most species, Attwater’s prairie chickens are working hard to produce the next generation. more
New members recently joined the Sealy Economic Development Commission Board of Directors. more
The Mill Creek Watershed Partnership will host the Lone Star Healthy Streams Workshop June 21 at the Washington County Fairgrounds Sales Facility, 1305 E. Blue Bell Road in Brenham. more
Eagle Lake Rice Field Day, KC fried chicken dinner, Sealy KC June Music Fest and Throwing the Skeletons out of the Closet. more
Jesse Thompson, an economist with the Federal Reserve Bank based in Dallas, gave an economic outlook to members and guests of the Sealy Chamber of Commerce during the Network Luncheon held May 29 at Backdrop Events Venue. more
Pictured Monday morning in front of Austin County’s new ambulance are, from the left, Judge Tim Lapham, Commissioner Mark Lamp, EMTs Sacha Masson and Bryce Armstrong, EMS Director Walter Morrow, and commissioners Bobby Rinn and Chip Reed. They are holding flags in honor of Flag Day last Friday. more
The Austin County Soil & Water Conservation District held its 2019 Banquet of Champions on Tuesday, June 4, 2019, at the Cat Spring Agricultural Society Hall. more
Approximately one in five crashes in Texas involves distracted driving, which continues to be a problem in the state, even after a state law banned texting and driving in 2017. more
The 86th Legislature ended on May 27 and while Gov. Greg Abbott is still signing legislation, State Sen. Lois W. Kolkhorst (R-Brenham) is touting legislation that positively impacts Senate District 18. more
Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital’s bariatric surgical center has been accredited as a Low Acuity Center under the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program (MBSAQIP). more
Since one-third of the name of this column is Wildlife, it’s my duty from time to report on unusual critter cavortings. more
U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Cristian E. Ramirez graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio. more
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