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As of 4 p.m., Tropical Storm Beta remains nearly stationary in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico. A slow northwestern motion of the storm remains expected through tomorrow as the system approaches … more
An arrest is not proof of guilt. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty.   Austin County Sheriff’s Office Aug. 1 Erasmo Pinon Garcia of Sealy was arrested for … more
The Blinn College Foundation has recently received endowed scholarships from charitable organizations. Somerville Chapter No. 245 Order of the Eastern Star continues to support higher education … more
Even during a pandemic, it’s best to not mess with Texas.  Texas Department of Transportation officials noticed more personal protective equipment – face masks, wipes and gloves … more
Karissa Nickeson is sworn in as a new patrol officer for the Sealy Police Department by Sealy City Manager Lloyd Merrell (right) Monday morning at City Hall. Behind Nickeson is Sealy Police Chief Jay … more
When Jonathan Bueno lost his job due to the coronavirus pandemic, he took advantage of his suddenly free time to engage in a passion and create a new occupation. Bueno, 25, a graduate of Sealy … more
Gov. Greg Abbott announced Thursday that most of Texas will be able to loosen some coronavirus restrictions, including letting many businesses increase their capacity to 75%, as soon as … more
On Sept. 10, AL&M Building Supplies donated T-shirts to members of the Sealy Fire Department in remembrance of 9/11. Pictured are Jonathan Tollett, Joshua Bermea, Kevin Kramr, Debbie Hamner of AL&M, … more
Two Sealy fall favorite events have fallen to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Seal News has canceled Bras for a Cause and Boo Bash. “In the interest of public safety amid the COVID-19 crisis and … more
After holding two public hearings in six days on the proposed tax rate for 2020-2021, the Austin County Commissioners Court is poised to pass a slight increase due in large part to an increase in … more
The number of active COVID-19 cases in Austin County has plummeted but at the same time, the number of deaths has spiked.The state reports Austin County with nine deaths due to the virus, up three … more
Miss Marshmellow is offering her dance classes for free. Marsha Merrell (a.k.a. Miss Marshmellow) is offering her tuition-free dance classes at First Baptist Church, 707 8th St., until the Hill … more
Family reunion canceled The 49th Celestine and Antonin Kulhanek Family Reunion has been canceled for this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information, email Karen Kulhanek at … more
The Texas Department of State Health Services said it will now rely on a calculation that takes into account the date on which a coronavirus test was administered, rather than when it was reported. more
With just over 15,000 fans in a stadium that holds more than 100,000, the University of Texas kicked off the football season after requiring mandatory COVID-19 tests for students who attended the game. more
The Blinn College District has postponed its annual Performing Arts Series at the O’Donnell Center until the spring 2021 semester, the Division of Visual/Performing Arts and Kinesiology has … more
Trees are almost as old as dirt in the construction industry, but they’re new to Texas in the form of the state’s first mass timber office building.The Texas project generating the buzz … more
A national Democratic super PAC is pumping over $6 million into the fight for the Texas House majority. The group, Forward Majority, plans to spend $6.2 million across 18 races that will likely … more
Standing in front of a blue curtain adorned with the seal of the Republican Party of Texas, Allen West offered up what he deemed an “instructional video” for Harris County Clerk Chris … more
A bipartisan group of 88 state lawmakers said in a letter that a statewide broadband plan is well overdue. more
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