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Rising fuel prices could mean higher costs for producers, consumers

COLLEGE STATION – Rising fuel prices could mean higher costs for producers and eventually consumers, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service economist. Dr. Mark Welch, College Station, said … more

Mother speaks out to save lives after losing college-age daughter to drunk driver

During Spring Break, ‘Plan While You Can’ campaign aims to reduce crashes, save lives AUSTIN – Janakae Sargent was a good friend. So much so, that as a 20-year-old student at Texas Tech, … more

WoodmenLife celebrates President's Day

WoodmenLife Chapter 105 members commemorate Presidents' Day by handling out small U.S. flags and presidential rulers to those in attendance at Senior Playtime at the Hill Center. Sales rep. Patricia … more

WoodmenLife presents Fraternal Spirit Award

Olivia Ham was honored with the youth Fraternal Spirit Award by Sealy WoodmenLife Chapter 105 at their meeting on Monday, March 6.  She earned this award by participating in epilepsy awareness … more

Friends of San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site host Citizens’ Rally to support new museum

The San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site museum broke ground during an October 2016 ceremony and it’s set to debut in 2018. more

Blinn-Sealy students volunteer at local food pantry

Student Government Association volunteers to help an average of 100 families each week Students from the Blinn College–Sealy Student Government Association (SGA) are giving back by volunteering … more

Texas.gov helps parents prepare for kindergarten roundup

Parents can order certified birth certificates online for 2017/18 school year AUSTIN, Texas – With kindergarten roundup approaching for school districts across Texas, parents of children … more

Texas universities deserve valedictorians

Schubert files legislation after small school valedictorians denied admission to state-funded universities AUSTIN– State Representative Leighton Schubert (R-Caldwell) has filed House Bill 3904 … more

Schubert on school funding proposal

State Rep. Leighton Schubert more

DPS urges driver safety during Spring Break

AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding Texans that Spring Break represents a break from school and work – but not safety. In expectation of increased highway … more

Friends of San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site host Citizens’ Rally to support new museum

The Friends of the San Felipe de Austin SHS are excited to invite area residents and history lovers to attend a project update meeting on the new museum facility being constructed in San Felipe by … more

Cotton pathologist pursues a mystery

LUBBOCK – Dr. Terry Wheeler and her colleagues are embroiled in a mystery. Wheeler, a Texas A&M AgriLife Research plant pathologist at Lubbock, and her cohorts Dr. Jason Woodward, Texas A&M … more

Austin County Go Texan team takes runner-up

Austin County Go Texan team Clint Will, Brent Jackson and Tray Moses take the Runner-up GO TEXAN Best Bar-B-Que award at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo World’s Championship Bar-B-Que Contest … more

Bluebonnet Chapter meeting

“Our trip to Germany will be the program at the next meeting of the Bluebonnet Chapter of the Texas German Society,” said Chapter president Herbert Schumann. It will be presented by Karl … more

Master gardeners receive service awards

Pictured from left to right: JoAnn Obenhaus, Renee Kofman,Ed Eargle, Garry Kroeger, Faye Beery, Harold Pieratt, Danette Tollette and Nita Tieman. more

SHS students earn free college credit

Students at Sealy High School can earn free college credit through the welding program offered at the school. more

Victim found dead of apparent suicide

Sealy Police and Austin County EMS responded to the Rooms For Rent Motel at 207 N. Meyer St. in Sealy just before 8 p.m. March 2 and found a 22-year-old male dead from a gunshot wound in an apparent … more

Master gardeners receive service awards

Garry Kroeger of Bellville and Harold Pieratt of La Grange are BMGA’s Master Gardeners of 2016. more

USDA announces funding to improve rural electric infrastructure

TEMPLE, Texas – Rural Development Acting Deputy Under Secretary Roger Glendenning announced that USDA is making loans to electric cooperatives that will help continue to deliver safe, reliable and … more

Women’s rights are human rights

Senator Lois Kolkhorst more
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