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Mask order may return as COVID cases rise Due to rising numbers of COVID-19 cases in Austin County and across the state, the mask order that County Judge Tim Lapham rescinded four weeks ago may need to be put back into effect. Giving his …
Virus cases, deaths rising There has been a sharp uptick in the number of COVID-19 cases in Austin County in the last week, especially in the schools. Brazos ISD closed Brazos Elementary School for a week due to the number …
Brazos Elementary closed due to COVID Brazos Elementary School has been closed through Friday, Nov. 20, due to COVID-19. “Due to the number of elementary students and staff who have either tested positive for COVID-19 or were …


David Gomez made his name known on the field in his senior year, earning District 13 first-team kicker honors on the gridiron and was named District 25's co-MVP goalkeeper for the Tiger soccer team that made it to the third round.

News Bits for Dec. 3, 2020 Fantasy of Lights The Sealy Community Foundation is holding the annual Fantasy of Lights on Dec. 4-6 with the popular parade on Dec. 5 at 6 p.m. The theme will be A 2020 Christmas. This year …
News Bits for Nov. 26, 2020 Holiday Hold’em Want to maintain or lose weight this holiday season? A community wellness program, Holiday Hold’em will begin soon. The free online challenge is designed to encourage …
News Bits for Nov. 19, 2020 It Happened in San Felipe Judge Ken Wise, the personality and researcher behind the Wise About Texas podcast, will join San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site in highlighting some of the …
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