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Growth summit set for March 23

The Central Texas I-10 Community Alliance Growth Summit will be held at historic Liedertafel Hall, 116 Lux Road, Sealy, on Friday, March 23, from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Discussion topics will … more

Crews make progress on fuel station

Progress continues at the Murphy USA near the Sealy Walmart. The new building will be a 1,200-square-foot full-service convenience store with eight pumps including diesel and E85. Officials … more

China’s largest fertilizer manufacturer visits Texas A&M agriculture researchers

COLLEGE STATION – China’s largest fertilizer company’s senior management and top distributors recently met with Texas A&M researchers in their first stop of a week-long tour to learn about U.S. … more

Sheriff's Report

The Austin County Sheriff’s Office released a report of arrests and bookings for March 2-March 8, 2018. Inclusion in the report does not implicate guilt. Terri Marie Resendez was arrested for … more

Yard of the Month

The Garden Club of Sealy has selected the home of Tammy and Rick Bauman, located at 302 Sunset in Sealy, as the March 2018 Yard of the Month. more


Beef Cattle Management Seminar The Beef and Forage Committee of Austin County is sponsoring a Beef Cattle Management Seminar on March 23, at Four County Auction Center in Industry. Registration … more

Silver Bells

Residents at Silver Lake and The Oaks retirement communities were treated to the sounds of the Brookwood Handbell Choir on March 14. The choir was founded by Silver Lake resident Joyce Henderson and … more

Landowner educational series offered

The Multi-County New Landowner Education program is a series of eight informational meetings, seminars, and field days designed to make new landowners in Austin, Colorado, Fayette and Washington … more

An easy, excellent Easter

Amazing food is the centerpiece of most holiday gatherings. This Easter, impress guests with your culinary talent by making simple dishes simply amazing. With a little special attention, even the … more

Livestock Report

Industry, Texas For Tuesday, March 13, 2018 Receipts – 1,061 compared to 592 last week Trend – Mostly steady Choice Steer Calves 150-300 lbs. – $200-270 300-400 lbs. - … more

Earth Day clean-up event

Brenham native serves aboard Navy warship in Norfolk

NORFOLK, Va. - A Brenham, Texas, native and Brenham High School graduate is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard the guided-missile destroyer USS Mason. Seaman Colby Colvin is an operations specialist … more

Dining Duets

Lydia Huebner (left) and Andie Eckerman competed in the Dining Duets competition March 11 at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. The girls competed against 49 other teams: participants ages ranged … 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

Sports briefs

Faith Academy track Junior Brianna Gallaher won first place in the 3,200 at the Kinkaid Relays in Houston on March 8. The meet had approximately 16 schools attending and Gallaher raced against … more

Lady Knights win first district game

On March 5, the Faith Academy Lady Knights traveled to League City to take on Bay Area Christian (4A) in a non-district game. Faith opened the game with three straight singles from Regan Woodley, … more

Boys' soccer beats Bellville

For the third time this season, the Sealy boys’ soccer team found themselves going to penalty kicks to decide the result of their last road match of the 2018 regular season against rival Bellville. … more

Lady Tigers prep for playoffs

After coming back from a 1-0 deficit to beat Royal, the Sealy Lady Tigers’ soccer team went on the road to play another rival, Bellville, to finish the regular season. The team couldn’t repeat … more

Police Blotter

The following call log was released by the Sealy Police Department for the time period of March 1, 2018 through March 8, 2018. Inclusion in the call log is not an implication of guilt. Officers … 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
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