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The Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) will be providing free COVID-19 testing options for staff, participants, and patrons this season at the Texas Renaissance Festival. “We … more
The Austin County Fair Association will hold the Queen’s Pageant on Saturday, Oct. 3, at 5:30 p.m. in the Austin County Exposition and Convention Center. Fourteen Austin County young ladies will … more
The 36th Annual Commemorative Airforce (CAF) Wings Over Houston Airshow will take to the air on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 9-11, and will offer fans a drive-in viewing … more
Twice a year, AL&M Building Supplies in Sealy offers a $500 shopping spree giveaway to customers. They recently presented the winners with their purchases. Pictured is winner Jeff Tevino, right, with … more
Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center recently presented a $500 Commit for Life scholarship to student essay winner Brendon Beckendorff at the Sealy High School. Beckendorff plans to study petroleum … more
The American Legion Post 442 and American Legion Auxiliary recently thanked the John R. Selman and Maggie B. Selman Charitable Trust and the Abe and Irene Levine Trust for their donations. With their … more
Rylan Reichardt of Sealy recently participated in an extensive, hands-on educational camp on ranching and land stewardship at the Warren Ranch in West Central Texas. Ranch Brigade, a summer camp … more
Heather Macarella, granddaughter of Karen and the late Tommy Godwin of Cat Spring, shot her first buck on July 21 at a private ranch in Carta Valley near Del Rio. She is pictured with her son Aiden. … more
The Roaring Sound from Tiger Town began practices earlier this week when new band director Oscar Cano, fourth from left, led his first run-through in the Sealy High School parking lot Monday morning. more
Rough-hewn log cabins began taking shape last week next to the museum at Stephen F. Austin State Historic Site in San Felipe. more
The Bellville community came together on July 24 to give the late Zach Hood one more Friday night under the lights of the Pasture of Pain, where he excelled in both football and soccer in his three years as a Brahma. more
In a matter of four weeks, Jon Stork went from having a song from his first full-length album top the Texas Regional Radio Report, to performing at Rodeo Houston to stopping in the Sealy Walmart parking lot announcing the rest of the rodeo, where he was supposed to appear again, was canceled due to COVID-19. more
Over the last 13 years, Mandijo Wood has compiled seven all-around saddles as a barrel racer but she said the most recent one from the Austin County Youth Rodeo Association earlier this month was a little sweeter in her final year of competing in her local rodeo. more
A special needs children’s graduation party was held July 15 at the Irene LeBlanc swimming pool at Jacqueline A. Cryan Memorial Park. In addition to enjoying a swim, the youngsters were treated to cake and other treats. more
The Sealy Historical Park is now privy to a new exhibit. A reproduction two-holer outhouse was recently donated to the Sealy Area Historical Society and has been temporarily placed next to the old … more
After saying goodbye to Fr. Eric Pitre upon his retirement at the end of June, the members of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Sealy have welcomed his replacement, Jonathan Moré, who hails from West Houston. more
“The two best decisions I’ve made in my life are entering seminary and moving to Sealy,” Fr. Eric Pitre said, just three days after retiring from Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. Born … more
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues and the likelihood of wearing facial coverings becomes prolonged, more and more people are wearing custom masks. The Sealy News asked people on Facebook to … more
A hospital says goodbye, a restaurant welcomes diners back and others reflect on the pandemic’s lessons. In the finale of our weekly series, Texans from across the state share stories about how they’re navigating life during the COVID-19 pandemic. more
“He's definitely that that dynamic-type athlete so it really hurt us, especially being at a small school, when you lose that one or a few athletes you have like that,” Brazos head football coach/athletic director Ryan Roecker said of graduated senior Jaylin Vela in a phone interview Monday afternoon. more
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