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Embracing a healthier lifestyle

It’s time for a change. Ever get stuck in a rut? Ever get stuck in a really bad rut? Ever get stuck in a really bad rut of eating fast food 70 percent of the time and having dessert every single … more

Grandparents Day at Faith Academy

Faith Academy students and faculty gathered Sept. 11 to celebrate grandparents at their annual Grandparents Day Chapel. The guest speaker was John Cates, member and adult Sunday School teacher from … more

Homecoming queen candidates

Pictured from left are Sealy High School homecoming queen candidates Kendall Krenek, Brittany Luttrall and Ryanne Loredo, and queen Macey Samonte. Not pictured is queen candidate Sarah Kulhanek. more

Sealy senior finds family in the band

It is an hour before the Sealy Tigers football team takes the field in their homecoming match against the Columbus Cardinals. The high school’s band is getting ready at the junior high next to … more

Duchesses named

Sealy High School Homecoming Court duchesses include sophomore Maddie Goad, junior Hannah Pekar and freshman Rebecca Kins. more

2017 Sealy High School Homecoming Court

The Sealy High School 2017 Homecoming Court includes king candidates Matthias Litzmann, Jared Kainer, Brennan Brandes, Justin Eckhardt, Tyrek McNeese and Chris Wright, along with queen candidates … more

Hollas-Krenek

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hollas of LaGrange, , and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ray Krenek of Sealy, are pleased to announce the engagement of their children, Brandy Renee Hollas to Kyle Anthony Krenek. Brandy is a … more

Sealy native serving aboard U.S. Navy ship forged from World Trade Center steel

As the nation prepares to observe the 16th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, a 2005 Chireno High School graduate and Sealy native is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard a ship … more

Throw the ultimate tailgate

Football season is back, and that means it's time to stock up on all the tailgating essentials. Nailing the food lineup is key because few things can ruin a good game like getting "hangry" before … more

Here comes the sun

The messages have been a little mixed over the past few days. Some say the storm response has been great. Some say Sealy and Austin County were well-prepared. Some say they got lucky this time but … more

LifeBridge among disaster relief centers giving aid

Walking through the doors of LifeBridge church, it is completely empty in the front but in the garage to the side, no one is standing still. Members of the Sealy Christian Pantry and the church are … more

Union Pacific Railroad donates $250,000 for Harvey relief

Union Pacific pledged $250,000 to support Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. The funds will be provided from a variety of company donations, demonstrating the railroad’s commitment to Houston and … more

Harvey hits home

As the sun began to fade late Friday afternoon, Austin County residents cleared the Walmart shelves, stocking up on bottled water, non-perishable items, bread and batteries. No one knew what was … more

#backtoschool: Kids ready to hit the books

Sealy ISD students head back to the classroom in just one week, and many local households are now fully stocked with lunch boxes, graphing calculators, binders and No. 2 pencils. Superintendent … more

Back To School: Sealy youth prepare to head to the classroom

The first day of classes for Sealy ISD is just around the corner on Aug. 24, and residents already have begun back-to-school shopping. A back-to-school fair is set for 9 a.m. to noon Friday, Aug. … more

Sealy News donates to Meals on Wheels

Ginger Henry, center, administrative assistant with Meals on Wheels-Helping One Another Inc. of Austin County, accepts a check for $135.05 from April Towery, managing editor of The Sealy News, and … more

Bollinger graduates from boot camp

Pvt. Kurt E. Bollinger, 19, of Sealy, graduated from the U.S. Marine Corps Boot Camp at Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego on July 14.  Pvt. Bollinger successfully completed 13 weeks of … more

Sealy Historical Society plans for upcoming events

The Sealy Area Historical Society just wrapped up its annual Spring Fest and spaghetti drive-through dinner but is busier than ever as organizers plan the 2017 ghost tour. The event, set for Oct. … more

Benefit planned for injured Army sergeant

Sealy High School graduate Cody Leger had a lot going for him. The handsome young man, whose family has lived in the area for more than 25 years, enlisted in the U.S. Army in 2008 and was a member … more

Fun in the sun: Crowds flock to Sealybration

Temperatures stayed just shy of triple digits on Saturday, but that didn’t stop residents from packing up their lawn chairs and water bottles to head for the ninth annual Sealybration event at B&PW … more
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