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Thank you for coverage of Chamber banquet

To the editor: I want to thank you so much for covering, in photos, so beautifully, our annual Chamber banquet and the open house event held to celebrate The Bellville Perk Coffee House. The bold … more

Hope for the best, prepare for the worst

I’m not exactly proud of this but I’ve become a little numb to the school shootings and mail bombs. My boyfriend won’t let me open an Amazon package unattended, and that actually makes me … more

Bombing suspect ends own life as officers approach him

AUSTIN — The primary suspect in a string of terrorist-style bombings died in his pickup truck on March 21. Mark Anthony Conditt, 23, of Pflugerville, detonated explosive devices in his truck on … more

New YMCA building in the works

Dear citizens, The Sealy YMCA Board of Directors would like to give everyone a short update on where we are and where we are headed. We have had tremendous support from donors from all parts of … more

San Felipe needs to clean up city

To the editor, I attended the monthly meeting of San Felipe city government this month to voice my complaints. Needless to say, they are not happy. I have no secrets about this city management and … more

A simple approach to bullying

To the editor, My grandson was bullied, but I sat him down and taught him a nursery rhyme, “Stick and stones may break my bones, but words will never harm me.” The next time that young man … more

Six years and four stitches later

Earlier this month, I went on the Azalea Trail in central Houston. It was a beautiful way to spend a few hours - soaking up the first springtime rays of sun, taking in the gorgeous flowers, and … more

Concert review

Y’all, this dude can saaaang. Before Friday night, I would not have described myself as a huge Chris Stapleton fan. In fact, I probably only know of him because there is a certain 13-year-old … more

Woods, Waters and Wildlife

Indeed it is turkey time. Hunters have been practicing turkey calls for weeks! The South Zone for Rio Grande turkey hunting opened March 17 and closes April 29. The North Zone opens March 31, … more

Another great magazine

To Karen Lopez and the staff of Rockin’ the Rail, Great magazine and really enjoyed the articles. Looking forward to the next publication. Best wishes, Rowena and Randy Lieb more

Thank you for support of Night of Knights

Dear Sealy News, Please accept our sincere gratitude for your support during Faith Academy Bellville’s 20th annual Night of Knights fundraiser. Your participation in this once-a-year event … more

Appellate court’s ruling on immigration law draws reactions

AUSTIN — Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on March 13 praised a ruling by a panel of the 5th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals upholding a new state law that bans sanctuary … more

Marry, marry, quite contrary

I got engaged on Christmas Day and since that time I’ve purchased exactly one bridal magazine and made it through the first 15 pages of it (all ads). I took my nieces to look at bridesmaid dresses … more

‘Bright’ doesn’t shine

Last week I reviewed “Black Panther,” a film that explored complex issues regarding race in a way that was both deeply explored and entertaining and provided the benchmark for storytelling on the … more

Not the coolest house on the block

I like to think that I’ve evolved since childhood, and, in many ways, I have. As a nearly 35 year-old-woman, I can drive, grocery shop, manage the kids and am generally a productive member of … more

Get to know your local public officials

We’ve got city council elections coming up in May, and there is no need for a school board election because it seems the public must be pretty happy with the job that incumbents Creed Roberts and … more

Black Panther raises the bar for Marvel

Marvel and its connective cinematic universe has been the dominant force at the box office for the past decade stemming from its initial film “Iron Man” in 2008. Since then it has pushed out … more

More Texans than usual cast ballots in primary elections

AUSTIN — In early voting, Texans participated in greater numbers in the state Democratic primary than the Republican primary, but on Election Day, March 6, the Republican turnout exceeded the … more

Book Review

“The Stranger in the Woods” is one of the most unusual true stories I’ve ever read, and it is so well crafted that it leaves the reader feeling sympathetic toward the criminal protagonist. … more

Lineup announced for 2018 Sealybration

Last year was my first year in Sealy, and I had the privilege of attending the phenomenon that is Sealybration. Put on by the Sealy Community Foundation, the event includes vendors, live music, a … more
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