As Texans across the state continue to deal with the damage from the mid-February winter storm, so does the political fallout in Austin. So far, seven of the 16 board members of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas have resigned.
Once the ice that recently blanketed Texas began to thaw, investigations began into who is at fault for the failure of the power grid that serves much of the state. Meanwhile, Texans hope those probes include some measures to prevent future failures in addition to the fingerpointing.
During February’s regular meeting last Wednesday at the Administration Building, the Sealy ISD Board of Trustees approved the calendar for the 2021-2022 school year and hired a professional engineer for the parking lot paving project at the junior high school.
Knight Outdoor Products of Sealy, a three-time Silver Dealer Award for General Shelters of Texas and owner of an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, provides portable buildings, carports and cabins to the community.
Blinn College District students facing hardships due to COVID-19 may be eligible for financial assistance made possible through Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations (CRRSA) Act funds.
Winter Storm Uri ushered in beautiful winter vistas, but it also caused a host of problems, plunging much of the state into darkness. Some residents were merely inconvenienced by these power outages while others confronted gravely serious dilemmas.