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I think I’ve said the phrase, “I’m officially an adult now,” after completing some task at least a hundred times since moving out on my own. more
Years ago, Sealy Texas had a sign on Interstate 10, that told of four state championships, which brought great pride to its citizens. After years of wear and tear, the sign fell apart and was never replaced. This apathy really irritated my husband, T.J. Mills, and he always talked of getting a new sign. more
Getting through life seems to get in the way of experiencing life sometimes, and that is not ok. Too often I find myself “doing” and not necessarily “experiencing.” I know that it’s a … more
WOW! Two great events occurred in Sealy this weekend. I have so many people to thank for their help and generosity, it’s hard to know where to begin. more
I am renewing The Sealy News as I have done for the past 74 years. I am Clifford T. Masarik. We, Capt. Carl Nastoupil were the first reservist to be called back into service during the outbreak of the Korean Conflict. more
Do we have a right to healthcare? Do we even think of the same thing when we talk about healthcare? more
AUSTIN — Although border-crossing issues are largely federal matters, the Lone Star State has been a center of news reports about authorities separating children from their parents at detention … more
A hearty thank you for the generous support you gave for the first annual MUD BUGS event. more
Texas lawmakers have yet to cast final votes on the marquee issues of the 86th regular session of the Legislature: the state budget, school finance reform, and property tax relief. more
To the editor: Thank you very much for sponsoring the award for Best Fruit at the Flower Show at the 2018 Austin County Fair. I am the proud winner of the award and I will display it with pride … more
Being the rookie on my first deer lease, I was rightfully treated as such by the veterans. more
It’s time for the Allens Creek Reservoir to finally be built. I cheered when the Texas Legislature passed, and the governor signed, House Bill 2846 which requires Houston to sell its lion’s … more
It was recently announced that schools in the Southeastern Conference can now determine whether or not they sell alcohol inside football stadiums this fall. more
While the rest of the country anticipates the Super Bowl on Feb. 3, my personal Super Bowl is the Academy Awards, and I, for one, am pretty excited about the list of nominees. Nominated for best … more
The Texas House of Representatives on April 3 approved much-anticipated legislation written to revise the state's public school finance system. The vote was 148-1, and the bill now moves to the Senate for consideration. more
With nominees for this year’s Academy Awards being announced last week, we will be reviewing some of the nominated films as a countdown to the actual awards which will be held March 8. The … more
Last week I discussed the topic of subject-verb agreement. Many of you wrote in and asked about sports teams, particularly sports teams whose names don’t end in “s”: are they … more
I SO wanted this book, “The Couple Next Door,” written by Shari Lapena, to be a good one. I saw it on the “new paperbacks” table at Barnes & Noble a couple of months ago and made a note to … more
Texas newspapers are facing the threat of higher postal rates and slower service unless a postal reform measure known as HR 756 passes Congress. For the sake of newspapers and everyone who uses the … more
Most of the time, when my husband and I get the chance for a night on the town, you can find us cozied up over a bag of popcorn (OK, maybe a bucket … don’t judge!) in the middle row at the … more
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